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Comment Left Elsewhere Of The Day

by @ 5:29 pm on September 3, 2008. Filed under 2008 Election, John McCain, Politics, Sarah Palin

Why Sarah Palin should be irrelevent in deciding who to vote for in November:

It seems to me that it really doesn’t matter what Sarah Palin believes.

She isn’t running for President.

Heck, she isn’t even running for Senator, Congressperson, or any other position where she actually would have responsibilities and could actually accomplish something.

She’s running for Vice-President of the United States. Her sole duties in that office would consist of breaking ties in the Senate, inquiring as to the health of the President, and attending funerals of foreign leaders deemed too secondary for a Presidential visit.

Even if she was the greatest thing since sliced bread, nobody has given me a reason why I should vote for John McCain just because she’s on the ticket.

In other words, it’s Wednesday, Sarah Palin is the Veep nominee, and, from the perspective of someone who’s actually paid attention to his record over the past decade, John McCain still sucks.

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2 Responses to “Comment Left Elsewhere Of The Day”

  1. cargosquid says:

    As I posted on UCV, long ago….

    Because McCain is OLD……

  2. If that’s the case, then Palin is manifestly unqualified for the position of VPOTUS.

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