Thursday, October 30, 2008
Extended David Broder:
"[McCain's] vice presidential choice, his best opportunity to put his stamp on the future, was made, typically, more on instinct than careful appraisal. McCain saw Sarah Palin as reinforcing his own reformist credentials. The convention embraced her, not as a reformer but as the embodiment of beliefs precious to the religious right. And the mass of voters questioned her credentials for national leadership." But I won't.
see videos: Bogus Flyer tells Dems to vote day after the election and Clear Cut Media Bias: MSM Continually Deceive Voters