Who's Not Experienced Enough

@gewcew23 (8011)
United States
August 31, 2008 10:02pm CST
Only a hypocrite would question Sarah Palin's experience as a basis for her readiness to be Vice-President, especially as compared to Barack Obama's experience as a basis for his readiness to be President. Never has such a scurrilous set of accusations been less founded. Those who argue them, such as the Obama campaign, because they know the truth to be irrefutable end up rendering themselves silly. The truth is that Sarah Palin is more qualified to be President than Biden or Obama. But let's examine the facts for what they tell us. What kind of Chief Executive experience does Barack Obama have? Well at lest Sarah Palin has Chief Executive experience has a mayor and a Governor. That's more Chief Executive experience than Obama, Hillary, and Biden combined. So who really has the experience to be President, McCain/Palin or Obama/Biden?
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@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
1 Sep 08
I would say that McCain/Palin have the most experience and the means of bringing America back to what it should be. If Obama/Biden get in the country is heading for ruin. He is a conceited egomaniac whose loyalties are suspect. But with Palin, McCain who was a prisoner of war in Vietnam has the know it all to get the job done.
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• United States
1 Sep 08
You stated Obama's best qualities as if they are a negative. He has every right to be proud of his elite mind, personality, charisma, and even dancing skills. Obama will bring peace to the world through our newly formed Marxist state in America! That is why I honor him by going door to door and proclaiming the name of the man who will save America! There is nothing you can do to stop us, so you better just embrace the Omerican Dream and Vote Obama 2008!
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• United States
1 Sep 08
"If Obama/Biden get in the country is heading for ruin." As opposed to the Golden Age we're in now? Get real.
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@Taskr36 (13925)
• United States
1 Sep 08
Our economy may not be doing to well right now Clarus, but tell me, were you using high speed internet 8 years ago? Are you now? Were you able to walk into a coffee shop 8 years ago and access high speed internet? How about Dunkin Doughnuts? The library? I don't understand why the financial state of the economy is the only thing you want to look at when this nation as a whole has made a lot of progress over the last 8 years. Of course, Bush is only to blame for the bad things that have happened in this country.
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@missybal (4492)
• United States
1 Sep 08
I'd have to agree with you. I don't think McCain could have made a better choice. Let the attacks keep coming, because this woman is going to show everyone what she's made of these next two months. Any attack on experience is just going to have people question Obama more. After all she's running for VP and Obama's running for President. Match Palin against Biden and you can talk in terms of years of experience but then once again you are only drawing attention to Obama's own lack of experience. Democrats need to find another angle.
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• United States
1 Sep 08
yeah i really do not believe that mccain could have done better, i was in shock when i heard who he had picked, but after thinking about it, i think he made an excellent decision. people talk about palin's lack of experience, well she's going for vp, which in my mind is completely different than running for the president. in obama's case, i believe he is screwed and am very happy indeed.
• United States
1 Sep 08
Obama will win and help to bring in our Marxist Regime. Oprah will be the Secretary of State. You cannot stop us, you will see! Vote Obama 2008!
@missybal (4492)
• United States
1 Sep 08
You tell me what has Obama and Biden done that has really made a positive impact in the lives of real American's in accordance to daily lives. This is where Pulin has the experience, she's accomplished so much. She has not had the luxury of voting 'present'. It's her experience and success with fighting corruption in her own party that speaks larger than words. It's her experience and success in taking money back from oil companies and giving it to the people that speak larger than words. It's her going through with a pregnancy even knowing the child will have some disadvantages that speaks larger than words. Something many members in government position do not have. Pulin shows she follows through with her beliefs! thinkfuture-are you really serious in your posts...because if you are I find this very disturbing especially with your support of Obama and makes me question the mind set of Obama fans. No offense to anyone intended but I wonder if this person could be someone trying to make Obama and his supporters look bad, based on other discussion postings by the same member.