Sleepless Yet, Joe?

As The Los Angeles Times Top of the Ticket blog puts it, THIS is what Joe Biden needs to be worried about: being filleted with a smile by Sarah Palin:

Fox News has released more excerpts from the second segment of her sit-down with Sean Hannity, which airs tonight (for an earlier excerpt, see here). Asked about her upcoming encounter with the 65-year-old, six-term senator from Delaware, she responds:

Sen. Biden has a tremendous amount of experience. I think he was first elected when I was like in second grade.

Ouch!

There’s more. I’d caution Joe Biden not to underestimate Palin.

I’ve heard several sound bites from Biden’s speeches lately – he’s making sure he announces his Roman Catholicism seven or eight times during any given speech. Making biblical references every few minutes. He’s going to be in for a bit of a shock if he tries that on Palin. I plan on watching that debate, that’s for sure.

This entry was posted in Politics, Religion. Bookmark the permalink.

4 Responses to Sleepless Yet, Joe?

  1. Ropelight says:

    I watched Hannity’s interview with Sarah Palin twice.

    She’s impressive. I was much too young to understand FDR’s appeal, but I saw JFK, Ronald Reagan, and Bill Clinton. Those 3 guys were hands down the best at their trade to date, but Super Sarah just might be the best there’s ever been. Time will tell, but for now all eyes are on Sarah and her transcendent political talents.

    Most Democrats can’t see it, either because they aren’t looking yet, or they refuse to acknowledge the reality that’s about to overwhelm their party. A superstar has come among us, Dems can deal with it or deny it, but they can’t stop it.

    Bill Clinton noticed, on TV today he warned not to underestimate Palin, he called her an instinctive politian. He’s right, Super Sarah is the hub around which all personalities and issues in this election revolve. She is the center of gravity, and woe be to those who would deny the obvious: The future belongs to Sarah Palin.

  2. Sylvia says:

    Gaius, I haven’t been keeping close track, but isn’t the Catholic Church not on the best terms with Biden? I know I read something a few weeks ago…

  3. Gaius says:

    No, he’s not on particularly good terms with the church, but they haven’t excommunicated him, either. His political positions are at odds with the church, as I understand it.

  4. Tom says:

    The Church isn’t happy with Biden over the issue of abortion. Biden politically supports it.

Comments are closed.