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Sunday, November 9, 2008

Sarah Palin

I'm very disappointed in John McCain.

Maybe I'm naive in the ways of politics, and maybe my memory is bad, but I don't remember there being so many "anonymous" comments blaming the vice presidential nominee for the loss of the presidential election. I don't know how correct these comments are, but only a sore loser would blame someone else for his loss.

This is where I find fault with John McCain. If these comments are wrong, he should insist that the anonymous source come forward and apologize to Sarah Palin. If these comments are correct, Sen. McCain should step up and admit that he made a mistake in his choice of a vice presidential nominee.

I know Sarah Palin does not need a defender, but someone should take responsibility for these comments.

1 comment:

ms/sss said...

I think that if Sara Palin wanted John McCain's help, she would say so. Those anonymous comments are silly and superficial and meaningless. Keep in mind that the jabs are directed at a former mayor and a governor, by people who hide behind anonymity.
I guess Sara feels, "Why add fuel to their pitiful fire?"
I don't know. I am beginning to find it hard to trust anymore.
ms/sss