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By Sid Dinerstein
October 3, 2008
“The best man for the job is a woman.” So wrote Ann Coulter a month ago and so proved Sarah Palin last night. The question isn’t whether Sarah Palin is ready to be Vice President. The question is whether John McCain is ready to be President. Sarah Palin speaks to and for America . John McCain has gotten stuck back in Washington .
After the disappointing (to say the least) first Presidential debate, Sarah Palin has given John McCain a new lease on life. The question is: Will John McCain fight next week the way he didn’t last week? Will John McCain tell America how Bill Clinton turned our Mortgage Banking industry into a giant Affirmative Action program? Will he talk about $126,000 paid by Fannie Mae to Barack Obama as “protection money” in the form of campaign contributions? Will John McCain suggest that Biden’s son give up his job as a Capitol Hill lobbyist? Will John McCain point his finger at the three Fannie Mae destroyers, Franklin Raines, Tim Howard and Jim Johnson? And will he then tell everyone that they are Obama campaign advisors and possible cabinet appointees?
As Joe Biden talked about the next Trillion-Dollar-Future-Bailout, Socialized Medicine, Sarah Palin told him up front: “Never again!” There isn’t enough lipstick in the world for that pig of a program. As Biden smirked, Palin spoke from the heart. As Biden lied about Obama’s tax plans, Palin threw it back in his face.
Sarah Palin is bright, assertive, gutsy and fearless.
If John McCain can prove he deserves her, he will be President. If not, America will weep.
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