'Palin not prepared for presidency'

'Palin not prepared for presidency'

There are 88 comments on the www.presstv.ir story from Oct 31, 2008, titled 'Palin not prepared for presidency'. In it, www.presstv.ir reports that:

A top adviser of John McCain doubts vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin's readiness to handle the presidency should such a thing happen.

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“Hello... Akron!”

Since: Oct 07

Akron

#1 Oct 31, 2008
Interesting, seeing as McCain has been dropping Eagleburger's name. I wonder how he will respond?
hah

Dayton, OH

#3 Oct 31, 2008
Gee, where are the Palin cheerleaders on this one?
Righty Whiteman

Avon Lake, OH

#4 Oct 31, 2008
Go Sarah, Go! You go girl! Don't let them bastards get you down, you can handle it!
wow

United States

#5 Nov 1, 2008
Righty Whiteman wrote:
Go Sarah, Go! You go girl! Don't let them bastards get you down, you can handle it!
Bastards like Eagleburger, who was a McCain trump card - until now?

Even hardcore republicans have to admit she is a dummy if they have a shred of honesty left.
Clinton Voter 4 McCain

Los Angeles, CA

#6 Nov 1, 2008
How some have let MSNBC take over their minds is the real story. Palin is smart and a fast learner.

Share this youtube video with any Hillary Clinton voter that is still on the fence.

Since: Nov 08

Pensacola, FL

#7 Nov 1, 2008
Palin has already killed the McBush campaign just imagine what she could do for you!
elected to lead

Ravenna, OH

#8 Nov 1, 2008
DrunkPunk wrote:
Interesting, seeing as McCain has been dropping Eagleburger's name. I wonder how he will respond?
hey punk how ya been .haven't heard from ya lately WHAT UP????
mike

AOL

#9 Nov 1, 2008
Palin is not running for Presidency dumbass.But she'd be better than a two time presidential candidate loser

“How I suffered for my sanity”

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#10 Nov 1, 2008
hah wrote:
Gee, where are the Palin cheerleaders on this one?
You'd be surprised where Sarah's cheerleaders reside.
RU Kiddingme

AOL

#11 Nov 1, 2008
StarryNights wrote:
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You'd be surprised where Sarah's cheerleaders reside.
No. We wouldn't.
Voice of Reality

Madison, OH

#12 Nov 1, 2008
StarryNights wrote:
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You'd be surprised where Sarah's cheerleaders reside.
Ain't that the truth.

Some of these folks would do well to read about Truman. That guy was marginalized and shoved into the background during FDR's presidency. Few thought he could handle the job of being president if and when the time came.

They were very wrong.
ShellyS

Erie, PA

#14 Nov 1, 2008
Palin is a sham VP pick. She appeals to the base only....basically the one-issue and low information voters. If you adhere to the campaign of fear, racism and anti-intellectualism then you love Palin. Smart Republicans (Powell, Noonan, Will, Parker, Buckley, to name a few) have clearly stated she was a horrible choice for VP.

Republicans will be going down a series of tubes this election just like Ted Stevens.
Voice of Reality

Madison, OH

#15 Nov 1, 2008
OBAMA SAYS wrote:
america will pay for it's sins against islam
With somebody else's money.
RU Kiddingme

AOL

#16 Nov 1, 2008
ShellyS wrote:
Palin is a sham VP pick. She appeals to the base only....basically the one-issue and low information voters. If you adhere to the campaign of fear, racism and anti-intellectualism then you love Palin. Smart Republicans (Powell, Noonan, Will, Parker, Buckley, to name a few) have clearly stated she was a horrible choice for VP.
Republicans will be going down a series of tubes this election just like Ted Stevens.
Truth
Even Bill Buckley

Akron, OH

#17 Nov 1, 2008
ShellyS wrote:
If you adhere to the campaign of fear, racism and anti-intellectualism then you love Palin. Smart Republicans (Powell, Noonan, Will, Parker, Buckley, to name a few) have clearly stated she was a horrible choice for VP.
Yes, and Christopher Buckley said recently that his father, the consummate Republican intellect, and one who was known to regularly disagree with Christopher, would have sided with his son against the choice of Palin.
Independent

Newport, NY

#18 Nov 1, 2008
ShellyS wrote:
Palin is a sham VP pick. She appeals to the base only....basically the one-issue and low information voters. If you adhere to the campaign of fear, racism and anti-intellectualism then you love Palin. Smart Republicans (Powell, Noonan, Will, Parker, Buckley, to name a few) have clearly stated she was a horrible choice for VP.
Republicans will be going down a series of tubes this election just like Ted Stevens.
Truth.
Voice of Reality

Madison, OH

#19 Nov 1, 2008
ShellyS wrote:
Palin is a sham VP pick. She appeals to the base only....basically the one-issue and low information voters. If you adhere to the campaign of fear, racism and anti-intellectualism then you love Palin. Smart Republicans (Powell, Noonan, Will, Parker, Buckley, to name a few) have clearly stated she was a horrible choice for VP.
Republicans will be going down a series of tubes this election just like Ted Stevens.
"Anti-intellectualism ". I love that.

Spend some time reading the pro Obama comments on this board and then mention intellectualism? That's a joke, right?

I doubt very much that a fair portion of the Obama supporters commenting on this board could ever be accused of being intellectualists.

You might as well toss out the racism tactic while you're at it. That one didn't get much traction either.

Supporting Obama and opposing McCain doesn't make you an intellectual. It doesn't make you enlightened. It doesn't even make you a better American than anyone else.

Your post makes a number of assumptions regarding some generalized characteristics of McCain supporters. Frankly, I don't think you're competent to make those judgments.

But, then again, that is part of the game plan isn't it?

“How I suffered for my sanity”

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#21 Nov 1, 2008
Voice of Reality wrote:
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"Anti-intellectualism ". I love that.
Spend some time reading the pro Obama comments on this board and then mention intellectualism? That's a joke, right?
I doubt very much that a fair portion of the Obama supporters commenting on this board could ever be accused of being intellectualists.
You might as well toss out the racism tactic while you're at it. That one didn't get much traction either.
Supporting Obama and opposing McCain doesn't make you an intellectual. It doesn't make you enlightened. It doesn't even make you a better American than anyone else.
Your post makes a number of assumptions regarding some generalized characteristics of McCain supporters. Frankly, I don't think you're competent to make those judgments.
But, then again, that is part of the game plan isn't it?
I'm quite fine with NOT hating half of the fine people in the United States. It's the American way.
Che Reagan Christ

Medina, OH

#22 Nov 1, 2008
Voice of Reality wrote:
<quoted text>
"Anti-intellectualism ". I love that.
Spend some time reading the pro Obama comments on this board and then mention intellectualism? That's a joke, right?
I doubt very much that a fair portion of the Obama supporters commenting on this board could ever be accused of being intellectualists.
You might as well toss out the racism tactic while you're at it. That one didn't get much traction either.
Supporting Obama and opposing McCain doesn't make you an intellectual. It doesn't make you enlightened. It doesn't even make you a better American than anyone else.
Your post makes a number of assumptions regarding some generalized characteristics of McCain supporters. Frankly, I don't think you're competent to make those judgments.
But, then again, that is part of the game plan isn't it?
Boy. That is a helluvalot of words to say absolutely nothing.
Voice of Reality

Madison, OH

#23 Nov 1, 2008
StarryNights wrote:
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I'm quite fine with NOT hating half of the fine people in the United States. It's the American way.
I hear you and agree completely. It's a shame that an entire presidential campaign committee feels it essential to engender that in order to garner just enough support to elect their candidate.

That's what you've got to do I guess when you nominate a candidate with somewhat less than stellar credentials.

Actually, a lot less then stellar but why split hairs.

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