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The McCain/Palin campaign is officially falling apart

October 26, 2008

According to several McCain advisers that spoke with CNN this week, there is growing tension within the Mccain/Palin campaign. Palin has been accused of ruining the campaign and having self-interests and personal motives. One McCain adviser even went as far as to say “She is a diva. She takes no advice from anyone … Also, she is playing for her own future and sees herself as the next leader of the party. Remember: Divas trust only unto themselves, as they see themselves as the beginning and end of all wisdom.” Another adviser said, “Her lack of fundamental understanding of some key issues was dramatic,” and went on to say that it was the hardest to get her up to speed and prep her than any other candidate.

An associate of Palin defended her by stating that she is “not good at process questions.” Such strong remarks coming from within the McCain camp makes it very clear that his campaign is suffering. From McCain losing the three presidential debates to Senator Barack Obama to the scandal of racist supporters shouting out hateful remarks at his and Palin’s rallies, Senator McCain’s campaign is taking a head first dive to failure. Obama is ahead of him in numerous professional polls and even Joe the Plumber seems to be tired of hearing about himself in the media.

To make matters worst, the other story from the McCain/Palin campaign to break this week is about how Palin spent $150,000 for a new wardrobe while on the campaign trail. All of these things together are very hurtful for the McCain campaign and has actually lead some voters to switch their vote to the democratic candidate. It just goes to show you, that the only change that McCain and Palin propose is a beautiful woman in the VP seat instead of Dick Cheney, and her expensive outfits from day to day. McCain and Palin are your same ol’ traditional Republicans, greedy, selfish, and ONLY looking out for themselves and their cronies.

See the source article from CNN here

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