John McCain Picks Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin

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CNN is reporting that Sen. John McCain has picked Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as his running mate on GOP ticket for White House. So now we ask the question will Hillary supports flock to McCain now that he has a woman running on his ticket? But her experience comes into extreme question…is she experinced enough to step into John McCain place if anything should happen to the 72 year old Senator? Palin has a good track record so far but they will have to put the “ready to lead” argument to the deathpool since she hasn’t spent much time in office. She is pro-life, a feminist, and opposes same-sex marriage.

  • Ben
    September 5, 2008

    She is not a feminist as you call her. In fact, she is the opposite of a feminist. I supose it’s an opinion, but can you supoprt your claim?

  • Pete Jones
    September 6, 2008

    You’re right on. Couldn’t have said it better myself. -Pete

  • Debbie
    September 10, 2008

    McCain is old. That means we might have this woman as president. Wake up people! She is a radical. Tried to ban books from a library. She did not actually do it but then tried to fire the people working at the library. She is for shooting wolves that just got off the endangered species list. She is anti-evolution. She is a pro-life radical. How can she be when she is a woman. What if she was raped by her father at 12 would she have an abortion??? i dont know

  • Ron
    September 10, 2008

    Debbie is a nut case who is obviously repressing paternal rape

  • James DuPriest Cabell
    September 10, 2008

    This inexperienced, backwoods trash is going to run the country like a fudge shop when McCain kicks the bucket. Her public policy experience comes from running a town with 9,000 people in it … in ALASKA. She’s never been outside of the United States. She’s a “feminist,” but somehow doesn’t support a woman’s right to choose? She’s a feminist but doesn’t believe in the value of educating her sexually active daughter about birth control?

    She’s already failed as a mother. We don’t need her to fail as a leader of the free world.

  • Glen
    September 10, 2008

    Debbie, your are total moron. You have no clue about the real world as you live in a fantasyland. DUMBASS!!!

  • Don
    September 11, 2008

    There’s apparently alot you don’t know, Debbie.

  • Claudette
    September 11, 2008

    Sarah Palin is just the breath of fresh air the political arena has been craving. She’s smart; she’s tough; she’s qualified; and she won’t take guff from anyone nonsensical. She is intelligent and stands for the right values, opposing the ridiculous. Firmly grounded in old-fashioned morals, she is open-minded and modern enough to look at the picture without blinders and, thereby, act accordingly with wisdom and fairness. I have great confidence in Senator McCain’s choosing her as his running mate. I feel they compliment each other greatly and make a strong team. And I think she will be an excellent leader, whether in second place or in first, if so needed. What a blessing she is for the moral majority!

  • Soctran
    September 11, 2008

    Sarah Palin is not qualified to be President of the United States. It is a good thing she is running for Vice President, though, as that is a “do-nothing” position. You’d better hope that either Obama gets elected or that McCain does not die for many many years, because if you thought the last 8 years were bad, wait until you see the Palin White House!

  • William
    September 12, 2008

    Okay, we have people of limited ability posting outrageous fears. Come on, what does it matter about banning books?! No extreme moves will ever happen in a federal government. Look idiots, the Democrats and Republicans have had people in office that would love to make extreme moves, but the realize that there are “very” few people that would support them.
    Another stupid statement – experience. There have been men in office with a lot of experience and they did poorly. There have been people with limited experience and they did well. If McCain were to die while in office little would change. A President has individuals underneath that guide and direct. The experience issue is left for the ignorant and politicians prey upon it.
    Failed mother. Another failure in humanity speaking. What can I say about this. I guess if she were a male then there would be no failure. Talk about sexist, anti-feminist and downright backwards. Who let you on the computer?
    Most of the individuals posting are nothing more than limited, mental ability people that are unable to break away and do research on those running for office. Instead they stick with their beloved party because they are incapable of thinking for themselves.
    Maybe we should bring back testing for the ability to vote. Sadly, about one in every thousand would be eligible and they were more than likely be children.

  • Dustin
    September 12, 2008

    Debbie is one of those few American that have the big mouths with small numbers and access to media. There are a lot of people that disagree theses liberal radicals such as Obama, (and yes he is very much this but he has brainwashed many of the youth and bleeding liberals that he is a god). Most of the country have moral values and agree with many of the ideas that Palin stands for but just don’t have the media access or bff’s with anyone in a media studio. We now realize that we must get off the couch this time and show our power. . .November will tell the truth.

  • rhianna
    September 12, 2008

    I think whoever wrote this blurb needs to tag on the webster’s definition of a feminist, because this woman is NOT one.

  • Joe
    September 13, 2008

    Sara Palin is as qualified to be vice president as anyone else. The “new” Americans call themselves open minded. The only thing people seem notice about the candidates is, their age, their sex, their skin color and their spouse’s opinion. Really mature guidlines for selecting a president.
    You’ve got to ask yourselves, who do you want running this country when Russia, Iran, North Korea and China form an alliance? That is not an opinion. Unfortunately it looks like it’s coming to fruition. Experience is the number one consideration. I don’t want an intern performing surgery on me, or my country. God bless America.

  • Larry
    September 13, 2008

    It dosen’t take a genius to see that Sarah Palin is not qualified to be presedent. Governing Alaska is worlds away from the Vice President position she is running for.

    I am certain that there will be voting fraud AGAIN this election (talk to registered voters in Ohio and Florida), and she will be put into a position of power.

    Being an extremist Christian is what I am most worried about, because if it is extremists we’re fighting in the Middle East then we must be wary of the over-the-top religious figures in our own country.

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