Aug 31 2008

The Presidential Experience Bar Differs For Liberal Men and Women In General

Lot’s of folks are talking about how Palin is not experienced enough to be VP. Every argument I have seen does nothing but set a lower standard for Liberal men than GOP woman (the proverbial glass ceiling).

So, does anyone want to claim a one term senator with no executive experience and no foreign policy experience should be one heart beat away from the Presidency? No, I am not talking Obama (his inexperience will be shining in the top slot), I am talking about the Air Blown wiz kid from NC, who had less elected and executive experience than either Obama or Palin (who tops all three).

Clearly, Democrats have lowered the bar for their men and raised it for women in general (right Hillary?).

6 responses so far

6 Responses to “The Presidential Experience Bar Differs For Liberal Men and Women In General”

  1. Toes192 says:

    I hate to pick on Slow Joe but I heard him get battalion mixed up with brigade TWICE. The first time I allow him latitude for just mixing up words when one gives so many speeches… But after twice, I am wondering if he REALLY does NOT know the difference… They are quite different…

    So, Joe, are YOU ready to be one heartbeat away from the Presidency when after 35? years in national office you do not know the difference between a battalion and a brigade? Or is there just a slow learning curve?

  2. MerlinOS2 says:

    Of course if Obama had decided to choose Tim Kaine to be his VP the whole story would be different now wouldn’t it.

  3. gwood says:

    Sarah Palin inexperienced? I have you know she is the sitting governor of our 57th state.

  4. kathie says:

    Liberals make up the rules of decency, so they can change them. It all depends…….

  5. kathie says:

    From “American Thinker”, we all need to read this and be prepared to defend Palin.

    The Coming Trials of Sarah Palin
    J. Robert Smith
    Democrats and the left generally can no more accept a Sarah Palin vice presidency than they could Clarence Thomas as a Supreme Court justice.

  6. WWS says:

    I’m starting to think this is going to be like the pro-Mondale Wellstone Death Rally of 2002. If you recall, the Mondale-Coleman race was very tight until the Democrats turned Wellstone’s funeral into one of the most disgusting political displays in memory, complete with death threats to any republican who showed up. Coleman beat Mondale easily several days later.

    As someone said at the time, pity Paul Wellstone, a good man who was laid to rest with Mondale 2002 bumper stickers all over his coffin.

    Anyway, dems are starting to make the same mistake with Palin. Their reaction is so disgusting and over the top that it (the reaction) has a good chance of turning into a bigger campaign issue than anything else.