September 02, 2008

You Know...

...I've been watching the debates rage on conservative and liberals blogs, television news programs, and print op-ed pages for four days about their resumes, their values, and their suitability to be on a national ticket with so little experience, and now more than ever, I'm firmly convinced that Palin vs. Obama is shaping up to be one hell of a Vice Presidential debate.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at September 2, 2008 02:09 PM

lol, cute.

Posted by: ECM at September 2, 2008 03:18 PM

Oh, you a funny guy.

Posted by: vanderleun at September 2, 2008 03:56 PM

That's a good one, LOL

These people at the Daily Kos, the MSM, etc. have no shame...they are sick and repugnant!!!

Posted by: Carlos Echevarria at September 2, 2008 04:42 PM


My funny bone hurts.

A barracuda and a "mental midget"?

Posted by: Larry at September 2, 2008 08:22 PM

I think it is funny too--although the "odd" sense of "funny" interests me more.

Why is the Democratic candidate for the Office of President of the United States running against the (presumptive) Republican candidate for the Office of Vice President of the United States?

Some talk of Palin dropping out (I have no idea why she would do that but...) ... what if McCain dropped out instead?

Or what if the nominations actually get reversed?

Now there would be some fun speculations.

Posted by: Larry Sheldon (Different one) at September 2, 2008 09:28 PM

The question of why the presidential candidate for the Democrats is running against the vice-presidential candidate for the Republicans is easily answered. Palin is the more charismatic and inspiring candidate. That's why they are dedicated to bringing her down.

Posted by: Trish at September 2, 2008 09:37 PM

Oh, if only they could debate! I've noticed Palin does just fine without a teleprompter in front of her face. Er, em, uh, Barry would look like a moose in the highlights.

Posted by: Donna V. at September 3, 2008 06:18 AM

I've noticed that Obama seems to have left out this job from his resume ..

Recently [1995] he [Obama] was appointed president of the board of the Annenberg Challenge Grant, which will distribute some $50 million in grants to public-school reform efforts.

... I wonder why ... this would be an excellent comeback for Obama to all those complaints that he never had executive experience or handled a payroll.

Posted by: Neo at September 3, 2008 09:39 AM

Actually, a lot of lefties have been touting that as real executive experience, more than Palin's.
Go figure.

Posted by: Trish at September 3, 2008 12:15 PM