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September 23, 2008

Sarah Palin “World Affairs for Dummies”

Filed under: Politics — noirwomannews @ 6:00 pm
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Governor Sarah Palin and John Mc Cain now decide its time for her to take a crash course in world policy while the country is spinning out of financial control.


I have just about had it with the silliness of politics and how our so called leaders are underestimating the intellect of Americans.  Another failed attempt to make us all believe this woman has the knowledge to run the White House.


What’s most disturbing is that Palin is not qualified to hold office as Vice President or president, and women have worked hard to gain equal rights, yet supporting her goes beyond part lines and directly to qualifications. Saturday Night Live couldn’t have known they would receive such a gift for comedy skits in this election year.


There are many women politicians in our Country who have the experience and qualifications, yet Mc Cain picks Palin. This is not showing sound judgment as a candidate, but it does reflect good choice and insight as a politician.


McCain’s choice say’s to the people he wants to win by any means necessary, and that includes putting a woman who is not qualified on the ticket and putting the Country at risk. This is Country first? No it’s not Mc Cain, this is self first.


While the fighting between the two candidates continues Palin’s star is diminishing as people are becoming more familiar with her I am woman movement on the road to nowhere. This along with an inability to run the Country, and a need for a crash course in world affairs won’t help a derailed train. Mc Cain should have stayed on track and put Country first by selecting a running mate with qualifications, not a hot hockey mom without experience to bring to the campaign.


Friday the first debate will air, and the democrats agreed that there would be no challenge in questions between Governor Palin and Senator Joe Biden. This may be a good thing because Biden who is well versed on world affairs has an opportunity to impress the American people with his knowledge of policy.


Palin on the other hand can stand there and be cute and smile while delivering no substance which is what she seems to do best, all in the name of a movement for women. How disappointing it is that we have come along way baby, and this is the best we are able to provide in a female candidate.


It’s an insult when Palin’s lack of experience is compared to Presidential candidate Barack Obama; this woman took nearly six years to complete college, while Obama is a graduate of a Harvard an Ivy League school. It’s a further insult that Obama is tagged an elitist due to his educational accomplishments.


 Former President Bill Clinton a Yale Ivy League graduate was never labeled an elitist due to his intellectual accomplishments. When you look at the present financial disaster the country is facing, maybe there is something to say about a highly educated president, because according to history we were much better off financially in this country when Clinton was in office. CHANGE, going back to better days can’t be a bad thing!



  1. My lord, the worst thing you can say about the woman is that it took six years for her to finish college.

    That’s okay though, cause the irrational attacks against her from people will further increase the vote for McCain.

    Keep up the good work.

    Comment by suppose — September 23, 2008 @ 6:30 pm | Reply

  2. Suppose

    Actually I was kind. The bottom line is Palin is not the most qualified woman candidate slected to run for the office of Vice President regardless of party affiliation. If she is we are in trouble as a country.

    It’s kinda like saying a medical student almost completed his or her residency training. Would you trust this persons professional advice in regards to your health? I would not.


    Comment by noirwomannews — September 23, 2008 @ 7:50 pm | Reply

  3. Neither would I trust an organizer of God knows what, with less than four years in the Senate, not a sponsor of any important legislation, and friends of the Marxist-Leninist cabal and anti-Amercian terrorist William Ayres. The list could go on and on.

    Comment by suppose — September 24, 2008 @ 3:05 am | Reply

  4. The list of non truths could go on. I live in Chicago Senator Obama home City. Its funny, why didn’t you stop them from swearing him in as a United States Senator? You think he could serves as senator and be friends with terrorist as you say. Sounds like a false alarm simular to when we entered into war in this Country. Opps it was a mistake. Laughter, laughter and more laughter.
    You have got to do better with facts. Serving on a board with a man does not make you his friend. Being his neighbor does not make you a terrorist. Having dinner does not make you a terrorist, and none of these make you a friend.
    Maybe you do too much social networking…these people are not really your friends online…If thats the case I too am in trouble and guilty by association.
    As an organizer he empowered a group of senior citizens to (little old ladies on the south side of chicago) to make a difference in their community. These women live in Chicago as well. He was in his 20’s making a difference in a community when he could have been making money in corporate America.
    You are going on lies you hear, and not what you have as proof because it does not exist. I am going on what I know about the Senator from living in Chicago.
    You and I both know if there were any truth to your claims of terrorist affiliations Obama would not be running for President of the United States of America. This Country has superior intelligence.
    You don’t have to like him for whatever your reasons are, but be real honest with yourself as to why you don’t and own it instead of looking for false reasons to justify your stand with outragousness. This type of tactic only works with the uninformed, and those looking for you to tell them how to think. Its time for CHANGE.
    Here are some real issues to examine which will affect all Americans regardless of party, race, religion. These problems require attention when Americans are suffering due to
    unemployemnt at an all time high, food cost soaring, gas prices highest ever, forclosures in record numbers, inabiliity to pay for children to attend college. Most people are smart, and in case you missed it, according to experts we are in the worst economy since the great depression… about McCains friends. look at us now..happy campers.
    The Country is more affected by McCains friends (Bush/ Cheney) and the mess we are in, opposed to any imaginary relationships you can create with Obama and individuals he has come in contact with in normal passing relationships….

    Comment by noirwomannews — October 5, 2008 @ 5:46 am | Reply

  5. Barack Hussein Obama is an avowed Socialist, read his book.

    You obviously believe in a federal government that will take larger and larger taxes so as to redistribute wealth in this country and confiscate private property. This is the aim of all Socialists/Marxists, which exists in Obama’s political belief system. Believe me this will happen if he is elected. It seems you are prepared to support such a system that has never been successful anywhere in the world at any time.

    Comment by suppose — October 5, 2008 @ 3:04 pm | Reply

  6. My beliefs are, if you work hard you will benefit from those efforts. Although recently I question myself on this one. I also believe if you instill morals and social responsibility along with strong work ethics in your children the world will be a better place and each generation will be greater.
    I don’t believe in the government welfare to big business vs people. The recent act of congress was welfare in the amount of 700 billion to big business which will end up in the trillions. One form of welfare is no worst or better than the other. The tax issue, I have seen both plans, businesses work within the laws on this one. And eminent domain, most americans are losing houses these days from the fannie and freddie disaster, not the government:) Next!

    Comment by noirwomannews — October 5, 2008 @ 7:09 pm | Reply

  7. I wasn’t referring to eminent domain. My reference was to the fact you tax people’s property to such an excessive degree that the property is taken by the State.
    The power to tax is the power to destroy, including private property.

    Comment by suppose — October 7, 2008 @ 3:37 pm | Reply

  8. Correction noted… I guess we agree on the fact that the excessive (Key Word Excessive) degree of taxing is dangerous. We agree on somethings and not on others, but its fun! I checked out your page also:)

    Comment by noirwomannews — October 7, 2008 @ 4:53 pm | Reply

  9. Thanks for your civil reply. So many on this blog are name callers and spew vile profanities when they disagree with someone.

    Comment by suppose — October 9, 2008 @ 9:18 pm | Reply

  10. Actually I didn’t mean your blog specifically, but many of the political blogs on wordpress.

    Comment by suppose — October 9, 2008 @ 9:20 pm | Reply

  11. My objective with the blog is to present situations as I see them from a diverse perspective. However I am prepared to consider anothers point of view, as well my own.
    That’s the beauty of blogging, sharing my thoughts as well as learning from others viewpoints. Thank You for sharing your thoughts with me. please continue.

    Comment by noirwomannews — October 10, 2008 @ 12:01 am | Reply

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