Monday, September 22, 2008

Palin vs. Obama: Wisdom

Victor Davis Hanson "gets it" on the Palin vs. Obama question:
"The point is this: I think it is much harder for a mother of three or four in an out-of-the-way Alaskan town to get elected to city council and the mayorship, then take on the entire Republican establishment and get elected governor than it is for a Barack Obama to emerge from Chicago politics into the Illinois state house and later Senate. The qualities that allowed a Palin to succeed without the power spouse, the identity politics, the Ivy-League cachet, the fawning New York editors and DC insider-press will ensure she does not implode on the campaign trail--and won't in office either."

Read the entire editorial.


William R. Barker said...

You were right when you wrote this and you're still right now.


EdMcGon said...

I can't take credit for it. Victor Davis Hanson got it right. ;)