Friday, September 12, 2008

Who is the Republican Presidential Nominee...

Who is the Republican nominee for President anyway? It is apparent that Sarah Palin has made ‘celebrity status’ with her nomination to the Republican Party ticket as their Vice-Presidential selection. That is all good, but she is not the one that will be leading this country in the unlikely event that the Republicans win the White House for a third time, or will she?

I think that it is perfectly within the rights of the media to investigate Sarah Palin; after all, she is an unknown and will be sitting in the co-pilot’s seat next in line to be the President should McCain win. The first order of business of the next President is to attempt to bring this nation back from the brink of the abyss. To say that we are in deep trouble economically is an understatement. We have lost credibility world-wide with the Bush Doctrine. Given the present state of our Armed Services, we probably are closer to being vulnerable to attack by another country now more than ever before. Our troops are battle tested, but fatigue has begun to set in within the ranks and with the equipment that they are using in a state of disrepair.

Banking institution after banking institution is failing causing intelligent individuals to wonder if we have not reached a situation similar to the one that preceded the crash of the Stock Market and Financial foundations that have been directly influenced by the Bush-McCain economics. The Bush Domestic Doctrine has been a totally failure and rivals his ‘Bush Doctrine’ for interfacing with the rest of the world for worst thought processes ever to be put forward by the President of the United States.

Who, in their right mind, would want to grant the Republican Party yet another opportunity to correct what is wrong with the country by applying the same thought processes for four more years. What is wrong with this picture is what most of America should be asking itself. The good people of Ohio, bless their hearts, are having a hard time trying to figure out whether they should vote against a Party that took their jobs and sent them overseas. I don’t believe that anybody is that insensitive as to what is an obvious truth – Ohioans, you have no jobs and the present administration has no answer as to how you will ever get jobs in the near future. If you, Ohioans, can’t think with your heads; think with your stomachs – no jobs, no food, no McCain is your mantra.

I urge the media to continue doing exactly what you are doing – bring light to a dark and scary situation – Sarah Palin, President of the United States as a result of the unthinkable happening to Senator McCain were he to become President of these United States. I beg of the Obama campaign to remain focused on what the true goal of this campaign is – educating the voters about the Democratic nominee’s solutions to the problems that confront the next President of these United States.

1 comment:

  1. You are sooooooooooo right! I challenge anyone to name 5 positive things the last 5 vice presidents have done that has had a lasting effect on this country! (No peeking on Google!) We are looking to elect someone to be president of this country, not a powder puff. Cute she is, a challenge to Putin, not. Anyone who has tried to ban books in a public library in this great nation is scary in my view. She doesn't like you, so she tries to get you fired? This seems like
    8th grade antics! A woman who makes decisions with her emotions instead of her brains makes for serious trouble for the rest of us. Wake up, America!