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Saturday, August 30, 2008

Palin: the Anti-Obama

Obama conformed to the dysfunction of his political culture. He considers attempted mass-murderers Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn "mainstream." He considered Rev. Wright his spiritual mentor, apparently not even noticing his racism or anti-American views. He considered favors from Tony Rezko a normal thing.

Martin Luther King, Jr., refused to share a stage with those advocating violence. That's courage. Obama seemed to lack it.

Palin rose up against the dysfunction of her political culture. That's good judgment.

Does Palin's lack of experience undercut McCain's argument about Obama's? To some extent, yes. But McCain's still on the ticket. And, experience-wise, how does her being one heartbeat away from the Presidency justify voting Obama zero heartbeats away?


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