Showing posts with label Sarah Palin. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sarah Palin. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 07, 2008

'turn the page' and ignore the economy - That's what you do when you're out of touch, out of ideas, and running out of time

That the McCain campaign now wants to 'turn the page and ignore the economic mess that he has helped create over the last 8 years is both comical and repulsive. His main intention is to confuse the American Voter who has been working so hard to make ends meet just to be shortchanged by the McCain/Bush era....Read More


Friday, October 03, 2008

Raise the bar, expose vice presidential incompetence

If Thursday's US vice presidential debate is anyway to measure Joe Biden and Sarah Palins's competence, then it clearly missed the mark.

The standards were at an all time low given that all they had to do was to avoid making serious blunders. It was acting par excellence. We know Joe Biden as a barrel of gaffes, but on Thursday all he had to do was keep the lid tightly sealed lest he starts spinning another one of his many "tales" that portray him as a loose cannon.

On the other hand, Sarah Palin's job was easy - keep to the script prepared by the McCain team but throw in one or two "Joe six packs" while portraying the image of a hockey mom. She succeeded in being gaffe free but was short on substance. (READ THE TRANSCRIPT HERE)


Tuesday, September 30, 2008

McCain cannot say country first and have an embarrassingly naive, gibberish and nonsensical Palin up there as vice president

Her recent interview performance have portrayed Sarah Palin as dangerously ignorant and unprepared for the job of vice president, let alone president. Given that John McCain's old age might play serious tricks , thus making Palin the next US. president,...the so called "axis of evil" would very much appreciate a Palin Presidency which would make the US. a "soft target" for terror sponsoring nations. She doesn't seem strong enough. Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmedinejad would be particularly proud of a weakly naive US. presidency....READ MORE


Friday, September 26, 2008

We’re trying to rescue the economy, not the McCain campaign

CBS News anchor Katie Couric sat down for an exclusive interview with vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin Wednesday, she focused on the economy - but also addressed reports that the lobbying firm of Sen. John McCain's campaign manager received payments from the controversial mortgage giant Freddie Mac until last month. Couric asked for her reaction to that........READ MORE


Friday, September 12, 2008

Sarah Palin evades interview questions and admits ignorance on "the Bush Doctrine"

In an exclusive ABC news Interview conducted by "World News" anchor Charlie Gibson, Sarah Palin didn't seem to understand important issues especially those relating to national security.

ABC's Charlie Gibson was very specific When he asked the republican Vice Presidential nominee to elaborate on the claims made by John McCain that she had sufficient credentials to handle national security because she "commanded the Alaskan National Guard".

She evaded that question and instead yelled what appeared to be a crammed statement crafted by the McCain team.

".....I worked as chairman of the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission....."

An answer to which Charlie reminded her that national security is a whole lot more than energy. She paused for a while looking very perplexed then said " is a foundation of national security"

A rookie she seemed but had perfect recall ability. She said word for word what the McCain team had written down for her to cram in anticipation for the interview.

Her ignorance on crucial international and local issues was exposed throughout the interview....CLICK HERE TO READ THE INTERVIEW


Thursday, September 11, 2008

At 72 , A McCain win will make Sarah Palin President within 2 years.

The average life expectancy rate of an average American male (including John McCain) currently stands 73.6 years, while that for women stands at 79.4 years.

It is a known fact that John McCain is hanging on to dear life. His age is hovering dangerously close to the 73.6 years life expectancy average. We also know that old age marks the end of the human life cycle and brings with it both blessings and curses.

Apart from wrinkles and change of hair color, McCain displays symptoms of......READ MORE


Monday, September 08, 2008

"The man we need is John McCain" says George W. Bush

America does not need change that Barack Obama promises, it needs to clear its unfinished business and fix its economy. Only the George W. Bush, John McCain and Sarah Palin ticket can deliver such results. After all, George W. Bush has been tried and tested for the last 8 years and the results are out there.........READ MORE



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