[freedomtowernight_edited.jpg] 26th Parallel: It's McCain/Palin

Friday, August 29, 2008

It's McCain/Palin

I'm taking a break from my work and self-imposed blog break to comment briefly on John McCain selection of Sarah Palin for VP.

I really like the pick. Honestly I don't know a ton about Gov. Palin, but what I do know sounds really good to me. This essentially takes the "change" mantle away from Obama/Biden, or least now they have to share it with the GOP. I'll go as far as saying that a McCain/Palin ticket is arguably more about true change than Obama/Biden.

Women voters whom either supported Hillary and are on the fence now, or already were leaning for McCain? You can bet Palin will draw them in even more, which could spell big problemas for the O/B team. It doesn't hurt the conservative base, either.

Until next time...whenever that'll be. Thanks for sticking around!


Blogger Fantomas said...

El gancho de Palin no hay mujer que lo siga. O sea que las mujeres ahora tienen que votar obligatoriamente por Republicanos porque hay una mujer vice

No me jodan, yo pensaba que esta contienda no era acerca de la raza, gender

Ahora entiendo el trick the mr Magoo Cain

8 years is enough Roberto wake up and smell the cuban coffe bro

1:50 AM, August 30, 2008  
Blogger Robert said...


If you want to be fooled by "change" and support Obama, go right ahead, it's a free country...even if you do live in PR and can't vote for the POTUS.

9:08 AM, August 30, 2008  
Blogger Fantomas said...

even if you do live in PR and can't vote for the POTUS.

Recuerda que PR es parte de los Estados Unidos por si no lo sabias. Si me da la gana voto, lo unico que tengo que hacer es mudarme unos dias antes y me registro en Broward

El Presidente de los Estados Unidos es el presidente de todos los que vivimos en esta bella isla y sus decisiones nos afectan o benefician

Cambio en Cuba y en EEU it is the only way Robert forget Palin, esa sera otra Geraldine Ferraro, olvidada in two seconds after nov4

10:25 AM, August 30, 2008  
Blogger Adam said...

I think it is silly to say that picking Palin would somehow take the "change" mantle from Obama. The "change" that Obama refers to is not the skin color of the President, but the end to the (many think) misguided policies of President Bush, and a beginning to restore America's role as moral leader of the free world.

McCain's policies or rhetoric certainly don't suggest that this would happen under his administration, and neither do Palin's, although they are using the word "change" a lot since they noticed that people seem to hunger for it.

2:06 PM, September 11, 2008  
Blogger bigmitch said...

I am so disappointed that you actually think that women are so dumb and they can be fooled so easily. They are not! People that voted for Hillary were Hillary fans not necessarily just because she was a woman but more for the amount of work that she as done for this country. Hilary herself would cringe at the thought to be compared to that Palin woman.

As the father of two girls I would not want that Palin woman with more power to destroy the hard work that other women have done. I don't want her making any decisions that would affect my daughters!

I'll leave you with this note: Are you aware that as Mayor of Wasilla Alaska, Palin began to charge the rape victims for the rape kit that is used at hospitals and police stations? The rape kits run as high as $1,200.00!


12:09 AM, October 29, 2008  

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