Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Palin Too Naive For Office?

Maybe the Left is right about Sarah Palin...

Maybe she actually is too naive and inexperienced for the office of Vice President of the United States...

I didn't think so until today, when I heard about this...

From The Politico...

Palin: Obama must ‘rein in’ ACORN

Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin suggested Tuesday that Barack Obama shares responsibility for recent reports of voter fraud conducted by the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now.

“Obama has a responsibility to rein in ACORN,” Palin said during an interview with conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh.

Palin said the group is responsible for the “unconscionable situation we are facing now with voter fraud” and attacked the Obama campaign for not addressing the problem after the McCain campaign sent a letter to the Democratic camp urging action against voter fraud in September.

If Sarah Palin actually believes that Barack Obama is going to lift a finger to restrain ACORN, or to counteract Voter Fraud, she is sadly mistaken.

That would not only go against decades of Democrat Party tradition, but would virtually assure Obama's humiliating defeat in November.

She may as well call for him to cut spending, or taxes, or call upon Americans to at least attempt to solve their own problems instead of trying to vote themselves money from one another's pockets.

Obama is not going to "reign in ACORN." He is going to give them a Billion Dollars once he is elected.

No matter how many dead people and cartoon characters vote for him because of them.

And if Sarah Palin believes that he will, then maybe she really is not ready for prime time.

Just like Obama.


Mark said...

Of course she doesn't expect him to cooperate.

But she knows the media listens to everything she says in hopes she will make a gaffe. If even one enterprising young reporter gets a report published about what she said, Obama may have to address the issue for once.

Anonymous said...

If Obama were a Republican he would be forced to answer. Nah. The media doesn't want to hear that. mom2

Toad734 said...

But it's ok to throw out black ballots in Florida and put faulty voting machines in black districts in Ohio.

What does Obama have to do with Acorn anyway? He represented them once? Who cares.

tugboatcapn said...

Toad, show me some proof that black ballotts were thrown out in Florida, or that any voting machines were faulty anywhere.

On second thought, don't.

Just go away.

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