Nothing to fear…

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…but the Republican VP choice.

Sen. McCain pulled the rug and floor out from under O’drama with his choice of a outside the beltway candidate Gov. Sarah Palin.  Thus underscoring the differences between being a maverick and the nominee of change.

The nominee of change opted to attempt to booster his lack of experience in foreign policy by bringing the very type of individual he pretends to be against, in order, or in hope, of deflecting such charges by a compromise.  The left and the MSM will overlook this as a sign of a forward thinking person, opposed to the flip-flopper that he is.

Truth be told, Obama, is no more a candidate of change than any other politician is.  With less than 2 years in office, he has spent most of that time running for President.

(I once again want to remind everyone that I would call for any Politician running for a higher office to be called upon to resign his present office in order to run.  I work for the DoD and I have to quit if I wish to even run for any office, even at State level.  This does not include re-election, but for a higher office, be that from Governor to President or Senator to President or VP.)

On the other hand McCain, the old guy with white hair, picks a young, vibrant, unknown outsider as his VP.  AND OH NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! she’s a woman.  Is she the best available Republican?  Maybe not, but I think that given that 99% of Odrama’s support with blacks is simply because he is half-black, there is little wrong with giving American’s a choice between race and gender, if you are stupid enough to vote on such foolishness.

And please don’t label me a racist, because the Democrats proved what I say, race trumps gender.  That’s why even though Clinton won the popular vote during their primary she is degraded to stumping for the black guy who has no record.  (Remembering of course that Hillary is only where she is because she is married to wild Bill.  Otherwise she would have faded after Watergate and even then no one knew who she was.)

What happened to the Democrats who cried and complained about the popular vote that Gore was supposed to have won, who cried that Bush was selected not elected, why did they kicked Hillary to the curb?  I already gave you that answer.

As it looks, even as much as I disagree with McCain on many things, the real agent of change seems to be the old guy with white hair, the guy who brings in the fireball, that no one has heard of, the guy who really seems to want to put Country first.

Keep in mind a couple of things as you make up your mind for the next President.  As much President Bush is taking blame for the economy as it is, people tend to forget that the economy managed to grow even after 9-11.

Things have gone well up until the last few month’s, and even then it isn’t as horrible as the media wants to present it.  Notice that gas prices didn’t really jump large until the Dems took charge, but it’s Bush’s failing? Funny how Odrama thinks it’s so, since he was never around to sit in and find out.

But just wait until this next week.  The Odrama camp, by tradition, will lay low, as McCain did this week until their show boat was over, unless change is ignoring the basics.  But you can bet that undercover work is already under way.

The Dems are really scared because Odrama can’t beat the margin of error even in their campagin week, and have been all but knocked off the news of the weekend by McCains pick of Gov. Palin.

They placed their bet that McCain would make a “safe choice”, like Odrama did, but miscalculated and “misunderestimated” the Marverick.  It is still going to be tight, but I’m betting that McCain will get a bigger bounce from this and the Convention than Odrama did.

Which means the “ONE”, after the debates, might very well become the none.

chas

“Rebellion to Tyranny is Obedience to God”

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One Response to “Nothing to fear…”

  1. Stacey Derbinshire Says:

    You know, I have to tell you, I really enjoy this blog and the insight from everyone who participates. I find it to be refreshing and very informative. I wish there were more blogs like it. Anyway, I felt it was about time I posted, Ive spent most of my time here just lurking and reading, but today for some reason I just felt compelled to say this.

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