She didn't say much in terms of policy, imo. She did unequivocally state her support for offshore drilling, I guess. I am now officially horrified by the Republican ticket. I was wary of McCain, but I could swallow the thought of him. Palin, however, freaks me the -fuck- out. I can sometimes get fiscal conservatism, but social conservatism gives me hives.
"I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to be. You can never be what you ought to be until I am what I ought to be. This is the interrelated structure of reality." -Martin Luther King, Jr.
Obama is even less experienced and yet he's taken seriously.
Palin has executive experience at least (which details many similar things - she managed a multi-billion dollar budget, oversaw her state's national guard, made important economic decisions for her state: things a senator [or 'community organizer'] can't say they've done). Obama, not the case. Obama's 4 years in the senate amount for nothing if he hasn't voted on anything. Only voting 'present' isn't going to get you elected president (unless you are black). We need a president that can make a decision.
Originally Posted by ByMySword
... if you don't know who Neil Peart is, then you're probably going to hell.