Here we have John McCain under fire for failing to fully vet his recent VP pick. Sarah Palin came on stage bragging about her "maverick-ness" in challenging the status quo. As it turns out, she supported the "bridge to nowhere" before she opposed it. Sarah Palin came on stage touting her fundamentalist Christian values. But that was before the blogosphere investigated, and eventually Sarah had to admit that her 16-17 yr old daughter, unwed, was pregnant.
Don't count on the speakers at the disrupted (thanks to hurricane Gustav) convention to bring up either of these points. And you can bet they will steer clear of the fact that VP nominee Sarah Palin had to hire lawyers in the probe about her abuse of power when firing Walt Monegan. There are at least 3 more examples of Palin's vindictiveness and abuse to back it up.
But instead, the Republican National Convention will once again try to tie in 9/11 as a reason to vote Republican. As many of us already know, the elevation of 9/11 to its sacrosanct position is pure theatre. And even if 9/11 was not the egregious hoax that it was, Ms. Palin and Mr. McCain had precious little to do with the events of that day.
Maybe we should just call the Republicans the 9/11 party -- the people who perpetrated it, who promoted it, who let it happen, and who benefited from it immensely.