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  1. Well rough ride or not she is not hard to look at Like Billery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boyzoi View Post
    strategically brilliant
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    Quote Originally Posted by RDW View Post
    I personally like McCain's pick for VP, but after getting off the phone with a buddy who lives in Wasilla AK where she was mayor, we may be in for a rough ride.

    What did he mean by that? How much more of a rough ride can it be when you consider the alternative... Nobama experience and same dried up Washingtonliberal Democrat politics Joe Biden.
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    My thoughts

    I like Palin, more than I like McCain, but I still won't vote for him. It's too bad she's not the presidential candidate. Maybe eight years from now (if McCain is still alive that is) she'll be the nominee. I would definitely vote for her then.

    As for the idea that McCain picked her to pick up the women's vote that seemingly has abandoned Obama, I don't think so. I seriously doubt that the Hillary voters who seem bitter about her not getting the nomination are angry enough to vote for someone who will appoint judges who'll overturn Roe v. Wade. I similarly doubt that these same voters are excited about Palin being McCain's VP pick; she is pro life, pro gun, and pro everything that Hillary's voters are against.

    By the way, I totally did not see this one coming. McCain can now kiss his chances of winning Michigan goodbye (because having Romney on the ticket could have helped him carry it). As it now stands, both VP picks are from states that are safe for each party (not that a VP has ever helped a presidential candidate carry a state, though).

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    (not that a VP has ever helped a presidential candidate carry a state, though).
    Are you kidding me? There's no way Bush would have carried WY twice without Cheney!

  7. #26
    As I have said before I am no big McCane fan. If I thought it were possable to elect a third party candidate I would most assuredly vote for them, but sticking with reality I will be casting my vote not so much for McCane but against Obama.
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  8. With little time in polly ticks she may not have a closet full of bad stuff.If obama is the answer then the question must have been Are you ready for SOCIALISM.
    Last edited by kwo51; 08-31-2008 at 02:47 PM.

  9. #28
    I watched a little of the convention last week. What a bunch of fruit cakes. McCane's pick for V.P was a breath of fresh air after all those nuts.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

  10. #29

    Post Watch what you say now, it may haunt you later

    Not too long ago in Mass politics, one candidate was dogging another candidate about a certain issue, later that first candidate running partner was found out to have the same issues that his/her running partner was dogging the other candidate about, it came back to haunt him/her, causing him/her to lose.

    At almost the start of this presidential election, the Republicans has been dogging Obama, about being not qualified, not enough years in his position.
    Now McCain picks someone with little experience, now the Repubs can't answer when dogged about what little experience Palin has.

    Living in a Demo state this is the talk of McCains pic.



    I'm still voting Repub. tho.

  11. #30
    Palin was a pick that will neither help nor hurt in my opinion. I don't think she will get many women voters like they are hoping to do. She might get a few of the women that care nothing about issues and will only be voting for a woman because she is a woman but it won't matter. She stands for some good stuff though. Obviously she stands for the same old MCbush stuff since he picked her.I hate to see a nice lady of integrity get hooked up with the crook mccain and bush and cheney. God help her. I think John only met her one time before he met her at the vp announcment. thats strange. In the end Obama will be the victor.

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