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Monday, September 15, 2008

Is Sarah Palin ready to be President??

Give me a break. No. Give me a drink instead. Am I only the person dreaming??
Several websites, including poised the question is Sarah Palin ready to be President?
Is this a fair question??

Anybody running for President or Vice-President of the U.S.A. should be prepared to be asked numerous questions concerning their character, integrity, intellect, and morality.

If a man or woman cannot efficiently and skillfully manage the affairs of his/her own family, then how can one expect him/her to manage the social, political, economic, and business affairs of an entire nation??

Naive Barack Obama claims that discussions of family issues are private and off-limits. So if incest is being committed is that off-limits also?? What about a teenage daughter getting pregnant because her parents did not raise her with proper morality or character?? These are legitimate issues to be asked for any presidential candidate.

The national media, specifically, the San Jose Mercury, suggested that there are a number of character issues involving Mrs. Palin, not to mention her strayful, super-charged, teenage daughter.

For example, the media reported that "Gov. Sarah Palin lives by the maxim that all politics is local, not to mention personal."

When there was a vacancy at the top of the state Division of Agriculture, she appointed a high school classmate, Franci Havemeister, to the $95,000-a-year directorship. A former real estate agent, Havemeister cited her childhood love of cows as one of her qualifications for running the roughly $2 million agency. Good enough, said Palin. Your'e hired!!

Budget reports indicate that Havemeister was one of at least five high school classmates Palin hired, often at salaries far exceeding their private sector wages.

When Palin had to cut the 2007 state budget, she avoided the legion of frustrated legislators and mayors. Instead, she huddled with her budget director and her husband, Todd, an oil field worker who is not a state employee, and vetoed millions of dollars of legislative projects.

And in May, a Wasilla blogger, Sherry Whitstine, who chronicles the governor's career with an astringent eye, answered her phone and an assistant to the governor was on the line, she said.

"You should be ashamed!" Ivy Frye, the assistant, told her. "Stop blogging. Stop blogging right now."

Is Sarah Palin ready to be leader and commander-in-chief of the U.S. military?? If you want war with Russia, then vote for Palin. There is no doubt that Putin would make her his little puppy. Just look how he fooled W. jr.

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