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Friday, August 29, 2008
That "Bridge to Nowhere"

Senator Obama voted for it.

Governor Palin killed it.

"When it came to that Bridge to Nowhere, I said 'thanks, but no thanks.' If we need a bridge, we'll build it ourselves."

A brilliant choice for VP, I going to assume. I mean, the biggest state with the least population, and a woman most have never heard of, who's the govenor of freakin Alaska? What could go wrong?
I hope that there is a hidden agenda on this one, because to me it seems like the New England Patriots joining teams with the Detroit Lions, or the la Salle Academy Rams.
Doesn't seem good, I'm watching FOX to try to get brainwashed, but it is not working.
The hurricane will really help if it happens
She's kind of cute though, in a weird, Alaska cute king of way. Wonder if she fishes and hunts?
this choice insults all of america. total political gimmick. two wars, failing economy etc..

he should of picked one of the sixconservativeguys. your probably just as qualified.
It astonishes me that the left can speak critically about Governor Palin's lack of experience or accomplishments, when the fella on the top of their ticket has considerably less of both.

From '92 to '96 when Palin served on the City Council of Wasilla, Obama was teaching part time at the University of Chicago Law School and working in private practice - part time.

In '96 when Obama was elected to the Illinois State Senate, Palin was elected Mayor of Wasilla, AK. - yes, a town of less than 10,000 people - and? What was the size of the town, city or state that O'Bama has managed again? While siting o the back bench of the State Senate, Obama's single largest accomplishment was pushing legislation that would provide tax credits and subsidies to private developers of affordable housing. And wouldn't you know it, Tony Rezko received over $87 million in government funds to renovate and maintain affordable housing units, many of them in Obama’s district. Many of these units were later cited for lacking heat, having leaking roofs and being infested by rodents. Palin ran her small but growing city buy cutting taxes and reducing town expenditures, and was reelected in 1999.

In 2003, Palin, the two-term mayor was appointed to the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission. When she uncovered corruption in the organization, and was unable to get Governor Murkowski to take action, she resigned in protest and filed charges again the offenders, taking on entrenched corruption in Alaskan politics, This fight led to prosecution of the corrupt officials and launched her campaign against Gov. Murkowski in the primary, and then go on to become Alaska’s first female governor in 2006.

In 2004, Obama was elected to the US Senate (and he gave that speech). A n umber of the developers who had received government funding as a result of legislation sponsored by Obama served on his campaign finance committee. Many of the buildings they had purchased with government funding were seized for code violations, or foreclosed, and the low-income residents were forced to find housing elsewhere. Meanwhile, Governor Palin worked with the legislature to provide Alaskans a $1200 rebate from state revenues, and successfully arranged for the development of the Transcanada Pipeline to transport natural gas from Alaska to the lower 48 states. She managed to pass a landmark ethics reform bill, actually used her veto and cut budgetary spending in virtually every government agency. She also cut taxes - again - eliminated the "Bridge to Nowhere" and governed he state with an 80+% approval rating. Senator O'Bama campaigned for the White house.

And let's not forget, he's actually running for President...

Does the left really want experience and accomplishments to be the deciding factor?
you forget to mention that over 18 million people voted for obama to run for president in one of the most broad and qualified pool of democratic contestants in decades as opposed to a crazy old person picking him as some sort of political gimmick. You also forgot to mention that for the past 6 months and even in your post you mention that obama is too inexperienced to be president. why then would you pick palin? just to point out how weak obama is? isn't that contrary to country first? you guys really are out of your minds. no wonder the country is in the sorry shape it is.
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