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Cheney: Palin VP Pick Was “A Mistake”

DEmike Wrote: Jul 31, 2012 11:08 AM
Or perhaps they wanted to stop her from blowing the election but were too late. Since we all know the results, let’s compare theories. RINOs wanted Obama to win because they secretly oppose the GOP or hate America so they succeeded by telling Palin to “tone it down” despite the fact that she didn’t tone it down much. Or The GOP leadership, including the RINOs, wanted to win because that is why they were campaigning in the first place; but lost because Palin was costing them the middle ground which is necessary for victory. Hmmm…………you are probably right. The RINOs were in on the conspiracy to put a secret Marxist/Communist/Socialist/Moslem in office as to destroy America from the inside thus creating a homosexual/abortion world
algae Wrote: Jul 31, 2012 8:10 PM
McLame and TARP blew the election. In case you weren't around then DEmike.

Regardless of objective, that's how it played out. In the absence of fiscal conservatism there is always an absence of conservative voters. Always.

Palin was the only hope for a conservative voice in 2008 and did produce momentum until ol' doddering 'Lame ran back to DC to give away your tax dollars. What part of throwing away your work and earnings to fund government waste do you find so appealing?

Cheney's remorse is towards his own failure to reign in that waste under his watch and is little more than a distracting blame game. Remarkably similar to what the current failure in chief does now. Continuously. With malice.

Apparently, former Vice President Dick Cheney thinks it was “a mistake” for John McCain to have chosen former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate in 2008:

Former Vice President Dick Cheney said it was a mistake for Republican Sen. John McCain to pick Sarah Palin as his vice presidential nominee.

"The test to get on that small list has to be, 'Is this person capable of being president of the United States?," Cheney said on ABC's "This Week."

"I like Gov. Palin. I've met her. I know her. She - attractive candidate. But based on her background, she'd...