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Why Palin Was a Bad Pick September 18, 2008

Posted by trouble97018 in McCain, News, Obama, Politics, Repiglicans.
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CQPolitics/Political Insider

The National Journal polled five states that voted for President Bush four years ago — Colorado, Florida, New Mexico, Ohio and Virginia — and found that less than 40% of voters in those states (except for New Mexico) believe that Sen. Barack Obama is more prepared to be president than Sen. John McCain.

For months, McCain’s biggest advantage over Obama has been his perceived readiness to be president. When he picked Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin — a person just two years removed from being mayor of a town with fewer people than the Fenway Park bleachers — he gave up that issue. Source Article

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