Wednesday, September 3, 2008

What Does The Sarah Palin VP Selection Say About John McCain's Judgement?.......It Says He Doesn't Have Any Judgement At All!

John McCain's insistence that his VP pick Sarah Palin was carefully vetted by his campaign borders on the pathological in terms of the dishonesty of that statement. There is clearly a lot McCain didn't know about his VP selection and it is clear there is an awful lot his people didn't bother to investigate.

Considering the haste in the timing of his selection and the scant evidence he based his VP choice on, the American people should be frightened that if elected, how many positions this man with no judgment will be given the opportunity to fill.

If John McCain is willing to pick someone like Sarah Palin for the second highest position in the United States, how many Palins, Gonazles, Browns, and Goodlings, can the American people expect to be appointed to his cabinet, government offices, the military, and the Supreme Court?

I'm not willing or interested to find out, are you?

1 comments:

Faith September 3, 2008 at 3:40 PM  

I give you the words of Tucker Bounds McCain mouthpiece.

"Jim Johnson's resignation raises serious questions about Barack Obama's judgment.

Selecting the vice presidential nominee is the most important decision a presidential candidate can make

and one even Barack Obama has said will 'signal how I want to operate my presidency.' By entrusting this process to a man who has now been forced to step down because of questionable loans,

the American people have reason to question the judgment of a candidate

who has shown he will only make the right call when under pressure from the news media.

America can't afford a president who flip-flops on key questions in the course of 24 hours. That's not change we can believe in."

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