August 31, 2008
Palin Can Put The Experience Issue To Rest
Governor Sarah Palin has a unique opportunity to use and modify the old Ronald Reagan answer that put an abrupt halt to the issue concerning his age when running for a second term against Walter Mondale in 84.
Governor Palin, Do you believe the lack of experience is an important issue for voters to consider this November?
"Absolutely. I realize the voters want some assurance that those in charge have some history when it comes to creating and implementing budgets, tax revenue, spending, and appointments to both judicial and cabinet positions. If either Senator O'Bama or Senator Biden would call me, I would be glad to give them a few tips on what it is like to run a government."
Posted by MyTwoCentsWorth at August 31, 2008
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1. Awesome! And my research last night showed that Obama has 11 years in public service, but Palin has more, at 14. And most of that 14 was executive-level experience. Obama has no executive-level experience in government. And no accomplishments as an elected official. And before he got into government he chose to spend his timely working closely with ACORN, a corrupt group heavily associated with vote fraud.
2. Just precisely so.
@1: Obama has no executive-level experience in government.
Quite inconvenient that McCain doesn't either, eh?
@3:Quite inconvenient that McCain doesn't either, eh?
True, but he does have foreign policy experience unlike Obama as proven with his stand on the surge and his position on Georgia. I laughed so hard when Obama, after discussing with his 300 foreign policy advisors, said that the Georgian stituation should be referred to the UN Security Council for it to be settled. Too bad Obama and his 300 advisors forgot or did not knwo that Russai has a veto on all actions taken by the security council, so it would be hard to pass anything there. Once again Obama proves not only his lack of experieince, but his lack of understanding on how government works.