Who’s McCain’s VP!? WHO!? TELL ME NOW!

I don’t understand it. Everyone, calm down. Take a breath. He’ll tell you within a day.

Geez, it’s like my 4-year old and her birthday presents. “What is it? What is it? Can I hold it? Can I shake it? Can I just have a little peek?”

Look, any female is going to be a great choice. Let’s face it, the disgruntled gender identity crowd over in the DNC were pretty steamed that Joe Biden got the VP nod, and Hillary was pretty much steamrolled. If McCain picks a Palin, or a Whitman, or a Dole, he’ll be doing well for acquiescing to the need of those for a woman in the White House.

Personally, I’d love to see Duncan Hunter as VP. He’s been a favorite of mine all election, but just didn’t have the recognition. But he’s got conservative cred in spades. But he has no executive experience, which is something Palin has. She’s a conservative, she’s got (a little) executive experience, and she’s got two X chromosomes. It’s a crafty pick, although it’s a little Quayle for me.

He could do worse than Palin. But I’m not going to be staring at my phone, waiting for some political messiah to deliver a text message of his Vice-Messiah. I’ll work, get my classes in order, and check Drudge to see who it is at the end of the day. I’ve got to much to do to waste my day fawning over the person selected to attend state funerals.


2 Responses to “Who’s McCain’s VP!? WHO!? TELL ME NOW!”

  1. 1 Justin
    August 30, 2008 at 2:56 pm

    The Palin pick is a winner. I am a stonch conservative, but I have not been too warm with McCain; that is until this pick. The Palin name has be passed around for months and I have not heard too much negativity about her. In my research I am very pleased. Considering that the conservative base of the republican party has been nothing short of disatisfied about the presumptive nomination of Mccain, it is a smart, if not essential, pick for Mccain. Just the day before the pick I had heard about other “pro baby killing” candidates that were being considered; I have to say, if any of these were picked, that would have been the end for Mccain. There are too many like myself that would have sat out of this election. With Palin, a revitalization of the conservative base has happened. I don’t care what the polls say, it is my belief that Mccain will win this election. The liberals are all ready in attack mode trying everything to devalue this team, and it wont work due to the fact that there are a majority, even the silent majority, that will now support Mccain. This silent majority elected Reagan for two terms, George W. Bush for two terms and will elect John Mccain for at least one term.

    This is important, Obama will do much to destroy our liberties, freedoms and do a lot to make the population more dependant on the government, he will be very weak on international policy, he has no true deep stance on anything. He is a socialist, even Marksist, liberal. I would go as far to say that he is anti-american, as far as what the founders belived in. If he manages to win, I have little hope for the country with the change that he will bring.

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