John McCain says Sarah Palin can beat Barack Obama in presidential election race?
[May 29, 2011 -- Editorial]
Oh dear. In a total ass clown maneuver, ex presidential hopeful John McCain blew all credibility with independent voters who used to like him when he announced to the press that his poor choice for VP candidate and reality television star Sarah Palin can beat current president Barack Obama in the 2012 elections. What, dear John, are you thinking? Do not encourage the Pitt Bull with lipstick to bring her misery upon the country by encouraging her to run for president. Do you really hate Mitt Romney that much that you would tank his presidential campaign and divide the Republican party further by having the moose shooting, gun-toting, mom of Dancing With The Stars joke competitor Bristol Palin to make a legitimate bid for public office? Hadn’t America heard enough when they were given the sad celebrity news punchline that Donald Trump (host of Celebrity Apprentice) could beat him?
The Huffington post reported John McCain’s new political position blunder with the funniest picture of John McCain simply looking like an idiot. While they strove to spin the article in a neutral light, there is just no way for educated people to take Sarah Palin seriously. The only way that woman would get elected would be not on a political bent — but simply to rub white table salt in Obama’s very black heart over the continued but weakened war efforts, high gas prices, a continued failing housing market, and ridiculously high unemployment. Oh — and remember when recently deceased politician Geraldine Ferraro was fired from the Hillary Clinton campaign for saying that race would be a factor in getting Barack Obama elected — when his camp forced Hillary Clinton to fire her? Then made the very real fact his is the country’s first African American president the number one reason why he should both be elected and stay in office despite his lack of credentials? How much do you want to bet that Sarah Palin will start rocking the gender boat angle and claiming it is time to have a WOMAN in office — and attacking Barack Obama as being a man who has kept the male status quo of political games and non-progress in Washingtonian social circles?
[OOPS! They forgot about Nancy Pelosi having all the power and getting voted out of her Queen throne for essentially being too pushy. Would the same fate befall Sarah Palin if she were to be elected to a national level political office?]
Regarding McCain’s opinion on the Sarah Palin “issue” developing in the press, Huff Post writes:
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) suggested on Sunday morning that former Alaska governor Sarah Palin could defeat President Barack Obama should she run as the Republican presidential nominee in 2012.
“Of course she can,” said the Arizona senator of Palin’s chances in the hypothetical match-up on “Fox News Sunday.” He added, however, that he doesn’t know whether his 2008 running mate will ultimately decide to make a run for the White House.
The remarks from McCain come the same day that Palin is kicking off a bus tour of the eastern United States. The move, along with news of a documentary premiering next month on the rise of the big name Republican and her tenure as governor have stirred speculation that Palin could jump into the GOP primary race.
In discussing a potential Palin 2012 campaign, McCain said, “I’ve never seen anyone as mercilessly and relentlessly attacked as I have seen Sarah Palin in the last couple of years.” According to The Hill, he added, “But she also inspires great passion, particularly among the Republican faithful.”
Please, God — don’t let America lose all her credibility and momentum to remain a global superpower despite our bad credit debt by voting in the drama queen Sarah Palin. While Barack Obama might not be the most qualified man for the job of president, there has to be a better candidate out there waiting in the wings to defeat him — or at the every least to take over once he gets his lawfully allowed two terms of president in on his resume.
Tina Fey is a perfect example of why Sarah Palin should never be elected to political office again. Let Sarah Palin have a talk show or a new reality series again. Let her keep writing books and feeding her own ego by going out on book tours and bonding with the common people. But please — elect TINA FEY before you do her. Why? Because whether the cameras are rolling or not, actress Tina Fey is smarter than Sarah Palin and infinitely more personable. And bottom line, we need a president who is intelligent, not a racist or a gay hater, who is a women’s rights advocate, and who care about more than fame whoring for a pay check.
Shame on you, John McCain, for creating and now feeding this monster.
You had the registered independent vote [and this writers respect] until you brought Sarah Palin into the mix.
Had race not been a factor in the past election, Hillary Clinton would have made an excellent president, viewed with the political clout of Margaret Thatcher — not Kate Gosselin.