Ok, I just made up the proclamation. The more I read about McCain's pick the more alarmed I am becoming.
First of all, what executive of any sex has their spouse sitting in on work-related meetings?
Is that really appropriate? Worse, I would think, it would undermine the executive's credibility, particularly a woman.
So what on earth was Governor Palin thinking? What expertise does he bring to the table?
When the citizens of Alaska wanted to see e-mails surrounding Troopergate, Palin claimed "executive privilege." Even though her husband was copied on the e-mails.
Boy doesn't this smack of Dick Cheney?
Yesterday it was funny. Today, not so much.
h/t Andrew Halcro