In Which Sarah Palin Is Exposed

I’m now convinced Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is the 2008 incarnation of Dan “Potatoe” Quayle, and it’s become more apparent with each passing day why the McCain campaign has been trying hard to limit Gov. Palin’s media exposure:

So let me get this straight….Since McCain campaign manager Rick Davis “recused” himself from any dealings with Freddie Mac, that makes it okay that the company he owns – and is still a member of the board of directors – was still collecting fees from Freddie Mac as recently as last month?

Oh, and here’s part two of Gov. Palin’s interview with Katie Couric. Interestingly enough, Gov. Palin’s now saying she’s got foreign policy experience simply because her state shares a land border with Canada and a maritime border with Russia:

Now I’ll be honest – I’ve always viewed Sen. McCain’s choice of Gov. Palin as a “boom or bust” kind of pick, and based on the few interviews she’s done, I think it’s safe to say she’s a bust.

H/T to Dan Cody and John Michlig.


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2 thoughts on “In Which Sarah Palin Is Exposed

  1. Do you think Joe Biden was a boom or bust pick?

    I guess in order for you to have a legitimate blog you need to analyze how all of the chips fall, otherwise you’re just a bashing Republican blog, which may make you and a few others feel good, but doesn’t do much for actual thought and debate.

    Just some honest feedback.

  2. I don’t think Job Biden was a “boom or bust” pick simply because he was more of a known quantity when he was picked to be Obama’s running mate than Sarah Palin was when McCain picked her.

    Did Joe Biden have the potential to be a stinker of a pick? Absolutely, but I think he’s shown himself to be more than up for the challenge as Obama’s running mate.

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