Presidential Debate 1 Analysis… Palin… Paling

October 2, 2008 bsmith101
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 Obama…   1.  Strong factual base

                   2.  Statistical facts to backup topics

                  3.  Presented actual future plans

                  4.  Clearly cited his goals as President

                 5.  Talk firmly about terrorist and Bin Linden

                 6.   Clearly defined past judgments which had been the right call

McCain…   1.  Never looked Presidential

                   2.  Joked and kidded around a bit too much

                  3.  Failed to fully layout or explain any explicit plans or goals he had as President

                 4.  Kept reminiscing too much and kept conjuring up Reagan’s name far too often

                5.  Failed to looked firm or tough…and refused to ever look Obama dead in the face or eye

               6.  Never explained anything fully or used facts or figures to back up much of what he said



Perhaps she once was an almost Miss Something or other…and maybe she will probably end up being an almost VP of the USA…but one thing is really certain Palin is paling.  And some might even say that she is down right ailing.

Out of the articulate, polished and informed women in the Republican Party what did McCain pick?

Republican women should really be outraged and angry.  Another beauty queen over smarts…this really should have enraged feminist everywhere.

First of all the woman has five (5) kids…who’s home with her infant baby and seeing after her other children?  At some point children need their mother.  And at the ages her children are…these are those years.  It is one thing to have grown children but entirely another when you are the mother of an infant child trying to convince folks how you can help to run the United States of America with a baby hanging off your shoulder.  The job is just too demanding and any employer would say ‘no.’  Because they realize that young children take up a lot of time…they get sick, there is school stuff…like conferences with teachers, going to pick up or see about children if there is a problem at school…trying to make sure you invest some quality time into your children…trying to balance work and family…etc.   And if you are any kind of mother…you are going to chose family…your children.

So, for Sarah Palin to say when John McCain asked her to become his running mate as the Vice President of this country and she says-

“I didn’t blink…I didn’t have to think twice about it.”

You have to wonder what kind of a mother is she?

I understand about working moms and women of the 20th and 21st century…but I don’t know one who would not have stopped and stepped back to consider what such a huge responsibility as being the Vice President of the United States of America would mean in terms of her family life and as being a mother to her children…or how it would impact her schedule and family.  And since Palin is a mother of 5 it is not likely she is not accustom to at some point in her life having to step back and to consider such a thing as-

“How am I going to work this out?”

“How can I rearrange my schedule?”

“Who can I get to baby-sit?”

“Are my family responsibilities right now too great for me to take on that now?”

“Do I have the time?”

A woman with a 7 month old infant, a very young daughter of 3 or 4, and 3 other children…she could not have been thinking about this country at all when she said that she didn’t blink when she was asked by  McCain to become his running mate…and neither was John McCain.

It will be interesting to see just how Palin performs tonight during the debates.  But all I can think about is all this time since getting on the ticket with McCain…she has been taking away from her family.  Now she is locked up in seclusion  at McCain’s estate trying to gear herself up for the debate…far from the cry’s of her baby’s and his midnight feedings.

If you want to see just how committed Palin will be to her duties as ‘would be VP’…all you really have to do is look at  how committed she has been to her family…as a mother and wife.  As a supposed woman of God…then she would know that it is God first and family second…and everything else falls into place after that.

A person who is committed is committed in all things.

If she can’t even be a mother to her own children…how in the world is she going to Vice President of the United States?

Definitely hope you are registered…this upcoming Presidential Election is so important.
Well, enjoy your day.


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Entry Filed under: Barack Obama,Change,Family Values,John McCain,Joseph Biden,Obama,Parenting,politics,Republicans,Sarah Palin,Voting,Women in Politics

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. politixican  |  October 2, 2008 at 1:31 pm

    Obama is a demagogue filled with empty rhetoric. Biden was a weak selection – if Obama had any courage, he would have picked Clinton. Palin has an excellent chance tonight to rip the gaffe-meister Biden to shreds. Watch to see if Gwen Ifill acknowledges that she has a dog in the race – her pro-Obama book sales hinge on his election. See my site.

  • 2. bsmith  |  October 2, 2008 at 4:39 pm

    Neither Obama or Biden are weak canidates. In fact of the camps in the race for the White House, Obama and Biden are the strongest two contenders who present a real prespective and platform of which you cannot truly say about McCain or his running mate. Sarah Palin was a weak choice on the part of John McCain…like most beauty queens she definitely lacks something between the ears. But perhaps I should take that back. The average beauty queen can at least tell you which teen quarterly she reads…whereas Palin… Well, she couldn’t even call off ‘People Magazine.’ Maybe she just plain does not read at all.

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