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Originally posted by jamie83.
To answer your question, Sen. McCain and Gov. Palin stand a helluva chance.
Originally posted by Andrew E. Wiggin
Palin appeals to the same people that already support McCain.
See I think she's great. She is like the authentic American quintessential white woman
ST. PAUL - A day after John McCain stunned the nation by announcing that he had selected Governor Sarah Palin of Alaska as his running mate, women across the nation were taking in the news, trying to absorb the idea that this little-known governor with a fascinating story and an almost impossibly short record could become the first female vice president.
But she worried about McCain's motivations. "I hope they didn't do it because they think women are stupid enough to vote for her just because she's a woman," she said.
Originally posted by wolfmanjack
I think the biggest thing here is that Palin is basically a UNKNOWN at this time. I don't know a damn thing about here other then first impressions (The current scandle)
Originally posted by Jbalon
LOL Jamie83, you called McCain a moderate republican. Hahaha, what? He's as far right as Palin. The only "change" they want is to repeal Roe v Wade.
Not true at all, and actually a real display of ignorance on your part. Did you ever hear of the McCain-Feingold bill? How about McCain-Kennedy? Obama and Biden are the true reformers here. McCaint doesn't stand a chance.