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Sunday, October 26, 2008

Anchorage Daily News Endorses Obama

I found this on the Daily Dish.  It's not really a surprise given how closely that paper has been reporting Palin's abuses of power as Governor.  Here is a sample of the endorsement...

Gov. Palin's nomination clearly alters the landscape for Alaskans as we survey this race for the presidency -- but it does not overwhelm all other judgment. The election, after all is said and done, is not about Sarah Palin, and our sober view is that her running mate, Sen. John McCain, is the wrong choice for president at this critical time for our nation.

Sen. Barack Obama, the Democratic nominee, brings far more promise to the office. In a time of grave economic crisis, he displays thoughtful analysis, enlists wise counsel and operates with a cool, steady hand. The same cannot be said of Sen. McCain.

2 comments:

USwest said...

Again, I say, they have thrown the election.

The Palin Wardrobe-gate is a sign of a dead campaign. She has actually said that she does not own the clothes, and will send them to charity after the campaign and go back to her Alaska consignment shop, which sounds like she is going back home. As any woman knows, you have to frequent a consignment shop (notice is isn't a "thrift Store") to get much worth wearing. New things come in all the time. So it isn't like you can catalogue shop online from the campaign trail or the White House.

She's going "maverick" for 2012. She's preparing her newer image. We won't have seen the back end of her after November. Her plan all along was to say yes, get on the national stage, and then try to go from there.

Another little detail: her husband can't get a security clearence, required for the White House. He's a member of an anti-American group. Interesting.

Raised By Republicans said...

Imagine a VP's huband who is banned from state dinners because he's a member of a successionist group. That would be hilarious if it weren't so tragic.