Palin should be very appealing to all those Hillary supporters that hold similar positions to herself.
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Probably more overlap between the three circles on the right than you’re depicting…
To paraphrase a Yahoo news report:
John McSame: “Clearly, Palin’s command of the state’s National Guard and experience as a mother of a soldier establish her for leadership in national policy and support of the troops”.
All governors have authority over their respective state’s National Guard. What is the relevance of this authority to policy issues?
Doesn’t motherhood with its reverence for life rather than death suggest getting the troops out of Vietraqistan? No, because her
anti-abortion views support the production of children to be used for future U.S. wars.
John McCain: King of the Non-Sequiturs – Faith, Family, and Values. Bbbbbbbbbbaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrfffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff.
Yeah it was a weird choice. He shoulda gone with Huckleberry or some southern fundee with big hair.
NO Evangelical Christians supported Hillary – those yawhoos left the party over Bill, back in the “good ol’ days”!;) The PUMAs and others who threaten to vote Mc$ame out of Spite are just RepubliCONs in cheap clothing – like Lieberman – FAUX News “Democrats”.. It’s pretty funny though: (When commenting on the Palin pick) Another Republican cited a line from â€œThis Is Spinal Tapâ€: â€œThere is a fine line between clever and stupid.â€
But he had to go with Palin because Cindy is getting on in years, and he needs a new trophy.
Yeah, like just one circle probably would have worked.
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