When I see the words liar and plagiarist, my first thoughts go to Rand Paul,
a confirmed liar and plagiarist who gets a pass from lamestream media .
Chemists Have Solutions .
I am glad you collected your US governor trading cards so you knew who Palin was... good for you... but no one else did. Thinking the Sarah Palin was prominent in her own right in July 2008 suggests you very much do indeed need the links
Obama "earned" his way on to the ticket by being a US Senator and campaigning for the job. If you recall, he went through months of months of primaries to earn his name recognition. No one just reached out and "tapped" him into national prominence with a single phone call, as they did for Palin.
Oh, yeah... I almost forgot this link:
"....Senator John McCain astonished the political world on Friday by naming Sarah Palin, a little-known governor of Alaska and self-described “hockey mom” with almost no foreign policy experience, as his running mate on the Republican presidential ticket...."
I particularly like the use of the word "astonished"
Sarah, bless her heart, was quick to capitalize on the move, recognizing it for what it was:
“Hillary left 18 million cracks in the highest, hardest glass ceiling in America, but it turns out the women of America aren’t finished yet, and we can shatter that glass ceiling once and for all,” Ms. Palin said to huge applause.
Last edited by upsideguy; 09-15-14 at 04:54 PM.
"No one else" knew who Palin was? Interesting. And factually incorrect.
Senator McCain's pick astonished me because I thought he was going to tap Rob Portman or Tim Pawlenty or another governor, not because he picked Palin. Maybe I'm more astute than other people. I pay attention to this country's governors and read the papers, and yes, her name was in the papers prior to her getting tapped. Cute on the "trading cards" comment, but wrong. It's called paying attention.