Sunday, September 07, 2008

The glaring truth democrats MUST face: If Obama was white, with same accomplishments, the dims would have nothing to do with him!

In "Palin is a mockery," Sept. 4, Terry Holland states that the selection of Sarah Palin as a vice-presidential candidate is a mockery. I heartily disagree.

When I look upon the current political landscape, I would have to conclude that the Democratic Party's nomination of Barack Obama is the true mockery. It pains me to say that, since my initial inclination after the Iowa primary was to vote for Obama. As the process has unfolded, I have been made keenly aware of Obama's radical leanings, his lack of accomplishment and his socialist agenda.

In addition, it is clear that Obama is glaringly short on executive experience. Oddly enough, Palin is the only one of the four presidential and vice-presidential candidates with any relevant executive experience. She has run a city, and she has run a state. She makes more decisions in a week than a congressman makes in a year. If I were king for a day, I would elect Palin as president of the United States. She is highly qualified, and she is not afraid to rise up and fight for her constituents. You go, girl!