Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Tutoring for Palin?

Is being Vice-President like cramming for an exam?

The McCain team has hastily assembled a team of former Bush White House aides to tutor the vice-presidential candidate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, on foreign-policy issues, to write her speeches and to begin preparing her for her all-important Oct. 2 debate against Sen. Joe Biden.

Read the Newsweek Story...


Anonymous said...

McCain and the Republicans are so power obsessed that they will put the nation in jeopardy by picking someone so obviously un-qualified.
They don't care what's best for America, just about winning "at all costs."

Anonymous said...

The speech was written before they even knew who would be delivering it.

"McCain campaign manager Rick Davis told a group of Post reporters and editors yesterday that his team was having to rework the vice presidential acceptance speech because the original draft, prepared before Gov. Sarah Palin was chosen, was too 'masculine.'"

Hard Right Rudder said...

Ha, as if a "Community Organizer" who became a US Senator for a 1 1/2before he began running for President is qualified.

Until now we've seen that Barry Hussein can read a teleprompter, but he can't speak without one without dozens of Ughs and Ummms and Ahhhs. Suddenly, we see that a woman can deliver a speech too. So you shallow Democrats suddenly have something to fear. No worries. Just keep up what yer doing. He he.