The issue that is raised most often is her relative lack of experience and the fact that she would be "a heartbeat away from the presidency" if Senator John McCain were elected. But Barack Obama has even less experience-- none in an executive capacity-- and his would itself be the heartbeat of the presidency if he were elected."Engulfed in fog" is right. Two weeks from the election, and there are countless unanswered questions about 0bama, questions the MSM (surprise!) has no interest in pursuing. (They're too busy trying to find Joe the Plumber's date to the prom back in the '80s, to see if he got fresh with her.)
Sarah Palin's record is on the record, while whole years of Barack Obama's life are engulfed in fog, and he has had to explain away one after another of the astounding and vile people he has not merely "associated" with but has had political alliances with, and to whom he has directed the taxpayers' money and other money.
To say words I never thought I'd hear coming out of my mouth: Hillary! Clinton was right. (I hear my dear wife saying, "Who are you, and what did you do with my husband?") Hillary! observed that Obama brings that he gave a nice speech in 2002, and that's about it. McCain brings deeds and achievements and experience.
The same could be said of Palin: deeds, achievements, experience.
PS on Joe and the MSM — want to listen to a guy who gets it, and gives it at about 90mph, making me sound like a sleepy, uninterested chit-chatter? Fasten your seat belt and check this.