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Obama Ad Hits on Palin Pick, Economy

This ad, titled "His Choice" was released today:


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Comments (4)

Ryan:

That's brilliant. It's an insult to the American voter to pick some boneheaded hot chick to be second in line to be president of the United States. That's some straight up high school student body president election crap.

Lee Ward[TypeKey Profile Page]:

You betcha! *wink

David Cumbia:

If Gov Palin & Senator Obama where work-a-day everyday folks, it would take about one minute for the average HR Manager to review their respective resumes. Add a couple of seconds and Obama's would be in the round file.

Lee Ward[TypeKey Profile Page]:

Yeah - Sarah took what - 8 years to get her Bachelor's degree - and 6 different colleges, and Obama was at the top of his class at Harvard.

Assuming they were applying to the same McDonald's Restaurant you work at, David, you're probably right.

But once they sat Sarah down for the in-person interview they want Sarah as the Fry Shift Assistant Manager. They'd like the fact that she wouldn't waste her time at work reading newspapers, or thinking for that matter.


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