Vetting Sarah Palin

I had planned to leave Sarah Palin alone until she at least made a speech or something, but… holy cow. I’ve got nothing to say about the story itself other than “all my best to Bristol and Levi.”

I had been dismissing most of the lousy-vetting stories—it doesn’t surprise me that McCain’s campaign wouldn’t talk to Palin’s political enemies; “what does a vice president do all day?” is really a pretty reasonable question; and so on—but, OK, I give. No matter how this turns out—and I for one am going to stop even trying to guess what might happen next—McCain and his people didn’t do their jobs.

Meanwhile, McCain continues to prove that he’s as unprincipled as he is incompetent, now by hiring Tucker Eskew, who smeared him in SC in 2000.

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2 Responses to “Vetting Sarah Palin”

  1. michelle2005 Says:

    Excellent post. I hope you don’t mind but I emailed it to one of my travel team colleagues that is yet in India.

    I did a post a few minutes ago titled …An Interesting “Vetting” Comparison. It’s a true experience.


  2. lovmyUSA Says:

    Just had to stop and thank you for the laugh to start my day…you need to get your facts straight. McCain already knew about the pregnancy…Plain told him and also about her husband having a DWI in 1986 when she was being interviewed by Mac and his staff…no curve balls…Compare her famly’s response with what Obama had said a few month’s ago:

    As for calling McCain unprincipled and incompetent–that was my second laff, can we say William Ayers, or Rev.(and I use that title loosely) Wright?

    She is still hands down a better person to have a “heartbeat from the presidency then Obama:
    Reporter: MR. McCain, how do you respond to charges that Palin has no experience?
    McCain: If Obama had as much experience as Ms. Palin, he’d be ready for the VP slot, too.

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