Super-Obama's old and experienced sidekick is Joe Biden. Honestly the only time I ever see Joe Biden is when he is saying something mean about Sarah Palin. He seems like he's there to give the ticket some sort of merit and to be the attack dog. Actually, that's probably exactly why he is there. Really, I don't know anything else about him. That's all I have to say about that. ("Oh wow, does he really know Obama!? I'm so jealous!").
Did you know John McCain was a POW? I had never heard that before! (please detect my sarcasm). I'm not belittling that one, trust me. McMaverick McCain has served this country his whole life and so did his father and now his sons are too. I think that's great. In fact, in a time of war a man who has spent a great deal of time in uniform would probably be a healthy little qualification. ("But he isn't email-pals with any movie stars!") And a HUGE bonus: his wife is so cute and SUPER stylish. My greatest fears about McCain: a war that never finds an end and the fact that he's kind of old. They say a 2-term presidency ages you 20 years (have you seen Bush lately? He looks horrible). That would take McMaverick to the ripe old age of 92. Hmmmm.
The Republican runner-up (she was runner-up for Miss Alaska too, poor girl) is Gov. Sarah Palin. I'm not gonna lie; I heart Sarah Palin. She's my BFF. She's cute and down to earth and smart and successful. She's got a beautiful husband and beautiful kids and comes from a beautiful state. She's funny and personable, like the kind of woman you'd want to meet for lunch at Applebees. But I'm not so sure she is ready to be a heartbeat away from the BiG Chair. Especially when that heartbeat is 72 years old. If I could have my way, I'd take 8 years off of John McCain's life and add it to Sarah Palin's.
Actually, if I REALLY had my way, I'd be able to vote for a Romney-McCain ticket. That would be nice. Talk about beauty and brains.
Don't forget to vote. Election Day is November 4th.