July 30, 2008

And she's a Mitt groupie

Kathryn Jean Lopez has a great article on National Review Online about Gov. Sarah Palin. Let's just say I like the way it started out:

John McCain could save lives with his vice-presidential pick.

“I’m looking at him right now, and I see perfection. Yeah, he has an extra chromosome. I keep thinking, in our world, what is normal and what is perfect?”

That’s Alaska’s Republican governor, Sarah Palin, talking about her infant son, Trig, born with Down Syndrome. When Todd and Sarah Palin learned last December that their baby would have Down Syndrome, they not only saved a life but made a decision that would touch the lives of families living with similar gifts across the country.
This is a good plug, but I've almost come to the conclusion that having her as vice president would be a lost cause.  It might help McCain get elected, but I would rather her run on her own merits in 2012, regardless of who wins in November. 

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