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RNC Chair: Actually, Palin Was a Great Veep Pick

BarbAug15 Wrote: Aug 04, 2012 10:20 AM
Palin was a great pick, McCain was the problem. The worst campaign I can ever recall and I have been around for 75 years. McCain was a huge disappointment. A total "nothing" of a candidate. If Palin had not been on the ticket there would have been no reason at all to even show up to vote.
mbuss Wrote: Aug 04, 2012 1:46 PM
Isn't that a fact.

A reality that stares us right on the face each time the Governor demonstrates how she can rally and excite the base which only a true constitutional and commonsense conservative can.

It is tragic that there are those who look the other way and deny it to protect their own interests. We must all pull together and demand a true leader who is prepared to take on sudden and relentless reform to take back the United States of America.

For far too long, united we are not. The two parties divide us. We have the current administration splitting this country into classes. There exists an Establishment who want to hold on to power and wealth. Their objective is to have the people rely on their handouts and entitlement...
Paperpushermj Wrote: Aug 04, 2012 12:08 PM
Your assessment is 100% correct.
I believe McCain just before the Convention lost the desire to Win so chose Histories path to be known as the Honorable Loser.
SageAdvice12 Wrote: Aug 04, 2012 10:39 AM
It would have been worse than Bob Dole in '96, had Palin not joined the ticket.