“The selection of a vice presidential candidate is one of the most significant and telling decisions a presidential candidate can make.
John McCain’s selection of Sarah Palin raises serious questions about his judgment. Why, when the country is fighting two wars, facing an uncertain economy and an energy crisis, did Senator McCain make the choice that he did?
Why, with so many other qualified women and men in his party, did John McCain choose Sarah Palin? Sarah Palin is not the right choice. She shares John McCain’s commitment to overturning Roe v. Wade and continuing George Bush’s failed economic policies.
Or, to re-write it to make it true:
“The selection of a presidential candidate is the most significant and telling decision a party can make.
The Democratic party’s selection of Barack Obama raises serious questions about its judgment. Why, when the country is fighting two wars, facing an uncertain economy and an energy crisis, did the Democrats nominate Barack Obama?