Friday, September 12, 2008

Palin says Obama regrets not choosing Hillary for VP slot

And, of course, she's absolutely right.


"Some of McCain's biggest gains in the most recent ABC News/Washington Post poll are among white women, a group to which Palin has notable appeal: Sixty-seven percent view her favorably, and 58 percent say her selection makes them more confident in McCain's decision-making.

Among those with children, Palin does better yet. And enthusiasm for McCain among his female supporters has soared.

White women have moved from 50-42 percent in Obama's favor before the conventions to 53-41 percent for McCain now, a 20-point shift that's one of the single biggest post-convention changes in voter preferences."

Governor Palin's remarks are pure brilliance. They undercut the Obama campaign once again, and pre-empt any idea Obama may have of getting rid of his albatross of a choice for VP, and convincing Hillary to join the ticket. The McCain/Palin campaign has once again demonstrated their superior battle plan.

Good work, folks.

The morbidity of the Obama campaign is a joy to watch, is it not?

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