What Does The VP Do? —Sarah Palin

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“As for that VP talk all the time, I’ll tell you, I still can’t answer that question until somebody answers for me what is it exactly that the VP does every day? I’m used to being very productive and working real hard in an administration.”

— Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R), quoted just last month by Politico.

h/t Political Wire

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4 Responses to What Does The VP Do? —Sarah Palin

  1. Well, since “Big Dick” Cheney will be at the convention, perhaps he can start filling Sarah in.   Let’s see, although he has heart problems,  he will probably will advise Mrs. Palin that the chief qualification is to act heartless.  And, of course, her motto (as Marie Antoinett’s) should be, “Let them eat cake!”   Buzz

  2. Al says:

    You know, you dems are hilarious.  You’re all about “change”; you talk a big talk about being “anti-establishment” in Washington, and shaking things up.  Then along comes Palin, the only true outsider on either ticket,  and that “holier than thou” left-wing smirk of yours starts spreading across your democratic faces as you mock her for being exactly what you’ve said all along that Washington needs. Oh, and BTW — she’s got MORE executive experience than your #1 boy does.  You want to talk about someone not qualified to be “a heartbeat away” from the presidency? It’s Obama, baby. You guys really are pathetic. 

  3. Darrell Prows says:

    Al, you fool, Obama was the chief executive of a presidential campaign that gained 18,000,000 votes. The only way you can win a discussion with standard right wing talking points is to pick and choose your facts. Like for instance that Democrats are fixated on someone from outside of Washington. That’s you guys and has been ever since Reagan first fooled the country into buying that bill of goods.

  4. Al says:

    Darrell, I’m neither a Republican nor an American (thank God).  Don’t assume that everyone watching your politics is American.  What you fools do with your presidency affects the whole world.  I still stand by my statement on Obama.  He led a political campaign?  Woohoo!!!! Thousands have done that at every level of government.  Big deal.  Still doesn’t qualify a person to run a country.Governing a state, however, makes one a whole lot more qualified.  So keep your smirk to yourself.