So Sarah Palin bowed down to the great Hon McCain again, endorsing him for senate and putting a blessing on his belief systems. "Oh but wait," the Palinbots say "She doesn't really believe the same things as McCain, she's just paying him back for pulling her out of obscurity".
How quaint that you endorse the politics as usual backroom dealing that you say you so despise and the reason that you back the "rebel" Palin.
I'm sick of hearing Palin should support McCain because he picked her. How quickly those apologists forget that the McCain campaign workers tried to shred her, and any potential future in politics for her, after the campaign, putting all the blame on her for the loss.
How long is Palin supposed to back McCain? Is it just this one time? Answer me this apologists?
What's the rule? Is it 10 years or she will look like a freak?
Is it ... 20?
I'm no fan of Palin because Sarah Palin is pro-amnesty for illegal aliens (as is McCain), but her bowing down to this McCain because he picked her to boost his own chances at the presidency is lame and just as disturbing. He didn't pick her for her, he picked her for his own selfish gains and shot at being president.
Wake up already and stop endorsing the "politics as usual" message
"I'm sick of hearing Palin should support McCain because he picked her. How quickly those apologists forget that the McCain campaign workers tried to shred her, and any potential future in politics for her, after the campaign, putting all the blame on her for the loss."
While the McCain workers did treat her shamefully, McCain himself, from what I heard, didn't. When he picked her for VP, he introduced her to the national scene so she probably feels obligated to him regardless of his moron staffers. As for her being "pro amnesty for illegal aliens", bear in mind that she was McLame's VP candidate when she said that to univison. She basically had to toe the line with his policies, at least in public.I don't think it would be a wise or pratical decision to openly contradict him. In fact, if I'm not mistaken, she herself said the following:“we need to close the borders. They are called illegal aliens for a reason and if they are not going to follow the rules they should not be in our country.”
Having said that, I feel that she is indeed making a big mistake endorsing McLame. Still, Rush had something to say about that: http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/home/daily/site_021610/content/01125111.guest.html
Posted by: KLange on March 28, 2010 11:24 PM