McCain's shocker today in choosing Sarah Palin, Alaska's first female governor and the first female Republican on the presidential ballot, as his vice-president nominee shouldn't be that much of a shocker. Any kind of attention McCain can get, the better off he'll be with the grandiose following of Obama.
Yeah, it might get some feminists back on the side of getting more women in higher political offices (although I would consider most of them liberal-minded), but let's not forget the person who is really in charge when the elections are done and over; it'll be either Obama or McCain dictating what really happens with the direction of our country.
Forget VP. Let's get focused on what really matters.
RODNEY KING, 47
5 years ago