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This is the "change" they've been waiting for.

They straight up don't care that undecideds cannot stand Sarah Palin. They don't care that McCain picking Palin makes him look like an opportunistic, un-Maverick, Bushie nominee with no original ideas.

No, sir, they're waiting for us to tear her down and supposedly piss of Hillary supporters.

Well, I'll tell you what. There are so many things to attack Sarah Palin on that I don't know where to start. And her kid isn't one of them.

My mother was an ardent Hillary supporter. Loved everything about her. She admittedly swore off the campaign in March. But she was still not willing to go for Obama.

Well, guess what.

She thinks that Palin is a desperate last gasp - the last gasp of the Bush Administration in their quest to hold power - and she will, under no circumstances, vote for McCain.

Much more convincing... our friend Jeralyn at TalkLeft is on the warpath...

There is no need to peddle the nonsense that folks around here have been peddling. Maybe Palin's kid is the mother, maybe not. Frankly, who cares. Undecideds do not like Palin and will not like her. This has been a bad pick and it will only get worse from here.

Originally posted to Reagan Smash on Sun Aug 31, 2008 at 10:07 PM PDT.

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