Sunday, September 28, 2008

30 Republican Women More Qualified to Be Vice President Than Sarah Palin

The 2008 campaign could be truly historic, Not because Barack Obama is the first African American to be nominated for president.

But because Sarah Palin, the first female Republican nominee for vice president, is so clearly unqualified for the job that, in an unprecedented move, she could well be asked to step down and be replaced.

Here, for your perusal, are thirty women more qualified than she is for the job. Click on their names to read about them.

Senators:

Lisa Murkowski, Alaska


Olympia Snowe, Maine


Susan Collins, Maine

Elizabeth Dole. North Carolina


Kay Bailey Hutchison, Texas


Governors:

Olene Walker, Utah


Linda Lingle, Hawaii

M. Jodi Rell, Connecticut


Members of the House:

Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Florida


Deborah Pryce, Ohio


Barbara Cubin, Wyoming


Sue Myrick North Carolina


Jo Ann Emerson, Missouri


Kay Granger, Texas

Mary Bono, California

Heather Wilson , New Mexico

Judith Borg Biggert , Illinois


Shelley Moore Capito, West Virginia

Marsha Blackburn, Tennessee


Ginny Brown-Waite, Florida


Candice Miller, Michigan


Marilyn Musgrave, Colorado


Thelma Drake, Virginia


Virginia Foxx, North Carolina

Cathy McMorris Rodgers, West Virginia

Jean Schmidt, Ohio

Cabinet:

Condoleezza Rice, Secretary of State


Margaret Spellings, Secretary of Education


Mary Peters, Secretary of Transportation


Susan Schwab, US Special Trade Representative

2 comments:

ksquester said...

Just interested; who came up with this list?   Anne

screaminremo303 said...

Interesting list.

I wonder where Abe Lincoln fell among his peers? I mean, what business did a back-woods Hick with Marfan's Syndrome have running for President, and who did he think he was, freeing all those slaves and leading our country through our most difficult times? Didn't he realize he was in over his head?

What a loser he was. I wish you were around back then so we could have gotten our priorities straight.