It isn’t important when the Dems nominate Barack Obama for the Presidential Election.
Then it is important when McCain picks Palin as his running mate.
Then it isn’t again, when the Democrats vote Obama into the newly minted “Office of the President-Elect” (I added a hyphen; I could not help it).
Then it isn’t again, when Caroline Kennedy is considered as a replacement for Senator Clinton in the Senate. Or maybe it is. The Dems remain ambivalent.
As usual these days, Geraldine Ferraro is the voice of reason. I’m starting to like her again, and not in that ignorant lefty way I did when I was in college. Ferraro has a backbone of steel, and she’s smart—in the good way.
Via Hot Air.
(X-posted at Little Miss Attila.)