Actually, it's over when she finally and mercifully withdraws, and McCain puts a qualified adult on the ticket, one who could handle the presidency, one who might know where Kazakhstan is on a map at least.
Or it's over when McCain himself withdraws.
Don't get me wrong, she seems like a nice and lovely person. Just like the cashier at the grocery store seemed like a nice person today. Didn't make my cashier qualified to be the President of the United States though.
You gotta love a candidate telling the media how to do their jobs. Yup, that'll go over well.
Just like Bush, and the Iraq debacle, when McCain finds himself in a hole, he just keeps on digging. And digging. And digging. And digging... And damn, I sure hope she doesn't drop out. We love you Sarah! Stay in!!!
McCain campaign on Palin questions: 'This nonsense is over'
ST. PAUL, Minn. - John McCain took the spotlight Wednesday in this excited convention city where he will claim the Republican presidential nomination, arriving with hugs for running mate Sarah Palin and her pregnant daughter — and a handshake for the 17-year-old's husband-to-be.
Even before McCain's plane landed, his campaign struck back heatedly at the persistent questions about his surprise choice for vice president, who has been buffeted by political and personal revelations. McCain's campaign declared "this nonsense is over" and announced a new ad to tout Palin's credentials.
The new Republican ad sought to promote Palin and contrast her record with Obama's.
"She has a record of bipartisan reform," an announcer says, as newspaper headlines appear next to images of Palin or Obama. "He's the Senate's most liberal. She took on the oil producers. He gave big oil billions in subsidies and giveaways. She's earned a reputation as a reformer. His reputation? Empty words."
September 03, 2008
McCain campaign on Palin debacle: "This nonsense is over". HP to the McCain Campaign - "Go ***k yourselves, it's over when we say it's over, not you"
Posted by blogger at 9/03/2008