Which Republican VP Is The Democrats’ Worst Nightmare?

The lie:

I hope it’s Mitt because he scares the bejeesus out of the Dems.

JA on August 27, 2008 at 10:20 AM

It’s true — he does! And he does it with a smile on his face.

BigD on August 27, 2008 at 10:29 AM

The truth:

A Democrat’s Nightmare

Not only that, who do you think is the only VP choice who could help John McCain take a firm stand on illegal immigration? 

Answer: The only Presidential Candidate who committed to Sessions’ 15 Point Plan.

UPDATE: I must confess that I now think that Sarah Palin is the Democrats’ Worst Nightmare.  She is practically perfect in every way.  She diffuses each and every one of usual Democrat attack points:

“Republicans are the party of the rich” – Governor Sarah Palin comes from a working class background

“Pro-lifers are men trying to control my body” – Governor Sarah Palin has first hand experience with choosing life for her Down Syndrome baby.

“Republicans have a culture of corruption” – Governor Sarah Palin has a track record of exposing that corruption and holding the wrong doers to account

“Republicans are controlled by ‘Big Oil'” – Governor Sarah Palin took on “Big Oil” – and won.

There’s more.  much more. 

With the announcement of Sarah Palin, there is much weeping and gnashing of teeth in the world of Demoncrats.

Thank God that John McCain chose to listen to the growing roar from conservatives.

Patriotic Americans who happen to be Republicans, Independents, or Democrats (but not Demoncratic Socialist Communists) will come out in large numbers to vote joyfully for the ticket with Sarah Palin on it.

To quote the third Indiana Jones movie (the last crusade), John McCain has “chosen wisely”.

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9 Responses to Which Republican VP Is The Democrats’ Worst Nightmare?

  1. Thomas Shawn says:

    Gov Palin of Alaska … she will usher in a huge ground swell of “soccer mommies” who are the demographic that is up for grabs, the ones that will decide this election. Everyone else is accounted for. This choice capitalizes on the fury of the Hilary camp and Obama does not poll well among middle class white women.

    Sorry, white Protestant evangelicals are not up for grabs … this is like Obama picking Biden, a serious blunder.

    The neo-conservative Bible thumpers are just going to have to sit this one out as far as having one of their own in there. Hopefully neo-conservativism will die on the vine and we can get back to real conservativism, small government, state-based solutions, aka Reagan, Pat Buchanon.

    Ultimately its time to stop licking Israel’s ass and embracing the plastic-haired Evangelical social agenda, their superficial and parochial and illegitimate version of Christianity is getting old.

    If McCain picks Huckster-bee then I will vote for Bob Barr and the Libertarian/Constitution Party.

  2. Thomas,

    I am a Reagan Republican.
    You don’t even know what a Reagan Republican is.

  3. Thomas Shawn says:

    Reagan was no evangelical. His religiosity was sincere, humble and somewhat private, that was appeal to the Roman Catholics.

    He supported Israel but not out of the twisted eschatology of the rapture doomsday idiots out of the Southern sections of the USA.

    He was no neo-con, who are a concoction of ex-hippies and Israeli double agents e.g. William Crystal, Richard Perle and Paul Wolfowitz (Rahm Emmanuel and Joe Liberman serve that role in the Democrat party.)

    This explains Reagan’s resolve against the communists and his tempered use of the military. The neo-cons are the opposite, they always collaborate with the communists (seeing goodness into Putin’s soul and adding China to most favored nation status), and they are wild in their use of the military.

    I’m not sure of your views but if you love Reagan then you must hate the neo-cons, they are a pox on the conservative movement.

  4. Thomas,

    I am both a Reagan Republican and a “Neo” (as in The Matrix) Conservative. I have accepted the free gift of Jesus Christ’s blood (the red pill) and now I know the truth and knowing the truth as made me free.

    Christians serve the God of Israel:

    Jesus answered him, “The first of all the commandments is: ‘Hear, O Israel, the LORD our God, the LORD is one. And you shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind, and with all your strength.’ This is the first commandment. And the second, like it, is this: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.”

    Mark 12:29-31

  5. Thomas Shawn says:

    Yeah .. yeah..yeah but Christians need not serve those who reject Christ ..namely every practicing Jew. There’s a difference between loving and being subservient or harboring untoward loyalty.

    Now, I like the Jews, and I like Israel, but they do not accept Christ, the true Messiah, the new Covenant, the new Law. So lets not get confused.

    Loving your neighbor, especially when he rejects the Christ, does not including sending your sons to fight your neighbor’s battles. We need not enable the Jews in their persistent errors.

    Ok, I’m using neo-con in the Jorge Arbusto sense.

  6. Thomas Shawn says:

    I told you … Palin … Palin … Palin … she is perfect: prolife, 5 kids, 1 in the army, young, professional, more experience than Obama, she’s sweet but tough and sharp as a tack.

    Wait till America catches wind of her.

    She truly will make a great president in eight years.

    Game-Set-Match – McCain/Palin win in a landslide … 1980 style.

  7. Palin is an excellent choice. Kudos to you for calling it.

    The fact that McCain was still considering Lieberman just days ago tells me that Palin was not McCain’s “instinctive” choice, but rather that the voice of conservatives grew so strong that McCain understood he’d have a mutiny on his hands at the convention if he picked a pro-choice VP.

    McCain has finally cared about conservatives because he finally feels he needs them. He needed Palin, and everything she represents, in order to win in November. With Lieberman or Mitt Romney as his VP, McCain would likely have lost. With Palin as his VP, Republicans will win big in November.

    Don’t underestimate the power of the #dontgo movement, Huck’s army, James Dobson, and even Ron Paul in providing the critical mass to convince McCain that he had to pick a true conservative for his VP.

  8. Thomas Shawn says:

    Dobson has given Palin two thumbs up. This is huge.

    I had underestimated her evangelical street cred.

    From my crowd, I tell you, she will go over huge with devout Roman Catholics. This will play itself out in the key state of Pennslyvania.

    The faux, cultural Catholics will still go with Obama/Biden/Pelosi.

    I tell you, I’m a Mitt devotee but he would have been a massive mistake. Let him do US Treasury Secretary. I was as ansy about McCain as you were, but look already, we’re on board, wait till she works her magic. America will love her.

    Looking foward, McCain will build momentum, he has this sort of rope-a-dope style …. he was dead in the water last summer … that’s because he paces his self.

  9. Thomas Shawn,

    I had underestimated her evangelical street cred.

    Have you seen my new nickname for Sarah?

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