Friday, October 3, 2008

Analysis: Palin eases the hurt in McCain-land

Republican vice presidential candidate Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin winks as she speaks during her vice presidential debate against Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo., Thursday, Oct. 2, 2008. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

On a day when he abandoned the fight with rival
Barack Obama in one battleground state and national polls showed him trailing overall, running mate Sarah Palin put on a debate performance that soothed the pain.

This article, as most of the Zionist controlled main-stream media, makes it sound like Governor Palin held her own against Senator Biden. But, the fact is, she didn't.

It was very clear from the outset that Palin was in way, way over her head. Her handlers had lower the bar for her so low, that all she had to do was show up and not fall down as she walked on stage, to "hold her own."
Palin had no idea what she was talking about most of the time - she clearly lacks the depth of knowledge necessary to analyize the complex issues presidents and vice-presidents will have to wrestle with.

Palin responded to well considered national and international policy positions and facts presented by Senator Biden by winking and....well, by saying things that, frankly, didn't make sense.
The only thing Palin made crystal clear last night was that she loved Israel. That she made absolutely clear. And, as a bonafided Christian Zionist, she is being rewarded by the Zionist controlled main-steam media. If the good Governor was not such a rabid Christian Zionist and Isreal Firster, the media would call her what she is, a pretty face who can memorize and deliver her lines on cue...

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