The Texas Bohemian

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Check Out Palin Watch!

Over there, on the right. Check it out. There’s just so many juicy bits about the Republican Bimbo you really should check out.

From the top article it seems I’m not the only one who freaks at the idea of Palin getting the top job:

6. Even Ed Koch, who supported President Bush, thinks Palin is “scary.”

Former Mayor of New York Ed Koch is a bit of a controversial figure with a long political history. But the last race he got involved with was in 2004 and he endorsed George W. Bush. Koch not only endorsed Bush, but campaigned for him in six states including Florida; so, not exactly a passive endorsement. But now Koch is making it clear that he’s endorsing Obama, and he’s making his reason for switching sides clear: it’s Palin. Ed Koch told Politico’s Ben Smith what he thought of the new VP nominee, “She’s scary.” In his endorsement of Obama, Koch put the sentiment in writing, saying:

If the vice president were ever called on to lead the country, there is no question in my mind that the experience and demonstrated judgment of Joe Biden is superior to that of Sarah Palin. Sarah Palin is a plucky, exciting candidate, but when her record is examined, she fails miserably with respect to her views on the domestic issues that are so important to the people of the U.S., and to me. Frankly, it would scare me if she were to succeed John McCain in the presidency.

8 more stories, Alternet

There’s much more in the article. It’s the top link under Palin Watch.

Enjoy!

September 10, 2008 - Posted by | Politics. | , , , , ,

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