Is Sarah Palin Qualified To Be VP?

PBS is conducting a poll asking whether Sarah Palin is qualified to be the next vice president.

In a message to all WesDems, Chris Goy ’09 writes:

The right wing has organized a yes campaign–and the “yes” is at the moment winning. Take 30 seconds or less.

Cast your vote today!

26 thoughts on “Is Sarah Palin Qualified To Be VP?

  1. Anonymous

    To the idiot who mentioned questioning Obama’s legitimacy and trying to then complain about the “liberal media”.We ARE talking about Sarah Palin. Obama doesn’t possibly envision his candidacy as a means to move the world towards The End of Times. That should counter for SOMETHING…Random American Voter:I really like Sarah Palin! But all that Apocalypse jazz seems a bit much…but she is a hockey mom, and dumb as a rock, just like me! McCain/Palin 08!

  2. Anonymous

    To the idiot who mentioned questioning Obama’s legitimacy and trying to then complain about the “liberal media”.

    We ARE talking about Sarah Palin. Obama doesn’t possibly envision his candidacy as a means to move the world towards The End of Times. That should counter for SOMETHING…

    Random American Voter:I really like Sarah Palin! But all that Apocalypse jazz seems a bit much…but she is a hockey mom, and dumb as a rock, just like me! McCain/Palin 08!

  3. Anonymous

    Very few CAPTCHAs are easily broken, which is why they’re still widely used.It does disallow repeated voting. Did you not see this?”Your first and only allowed vote for this poll has been counted.”Regardless of whether anyone beaks it or not, an online poll is more than non-scientific. It is completely unreliable-6:44

  4. Anonymous

    Very few CAPTCHAs are easily broken, which is why they’re still widely used.

    It does disallow repeated voting. Did you not see this?

    “Your first and only allowed vote for this poll has been counted.”

    Regardless of whether anyone beaks it or not, an online poll is more than non-scientific. It is completely unreliable

    -6:44

  5. Sam

    6:44–well, the real problem is that it doesn’t check for IP address duplication, so you can sit there and keep voting over and over. Most CAPTCHA’s are pretty easily breakable anyway.

  6. Sam

    6:44–well, the real problem is that it doesn’t check for IP address duplication, so you can sit there and keep voting over and over. Most CAPTCHA’s are pretty easily breakable anyway.

  7. Anonymous

    WESLEYING HAS NEVER BEEN AN UNBIASED SOURCE. And it never will be. And that’s ok. And I like it. Get over it.

  8. Anonymous

    WESLEYING HAS NEVER BEEN AN UNBIASED SOURCE. And it never will be. And that’s ok. And I like it. Get over it.

  9. Anonymous

    No one is more biased than FOX and MSNBC. And you know what, the others should all just come out and say they are biased and for which side, too. That’s how it was with newspapers back when every city had 3 or 4 at least. It was also the best way to get news because you could read an article on the same subject in left wing paper, a right wing paper and a centrist paper and see ALL the arguments/slants then make up your mind about the truth. Unbiased journalism was always a joke anyway. As soon as a writer creates a sentence, the bias begins to show, subtly or overtly, in the word choices and structure of the piece. Why not just get it over with and go back to how it was (and how it is now one the WWW)?

  10. Anonymous

    No one is more biased than FOX and MSNBC. And you know what, the others should all just come out and say they are biased and for which side, too. That’s how it was with newspapers back when every city had 3 or 4 at least. It was also the best way to get news because you could read an article on the same subject in left wing paper, a right wing paper and a centrist paper and see ALL the arguments/slants then make up your mind about the truth. Unbiased journalism was always a joke anyway. As soon as a writer creates a sentence, the bias begins to show, subtly or overtly, in the word choices and structure of the piece. Why not just get it over with and go back to how it was (and how it is now one the WWW)?

  11. Anonymous

    So wait, they’re doing one on her being qualified to be VP (which W.C. Fields said was a political position equivalent to “a warm bucket of spit”) but not one to se if people think Obama is qualified to be president (or as his VP-appointee said, “the presidency is not a job that lends itself well to on the job training”)?And some people don’t think the media is biased?

  12. Anonymous

    So wait, they’re doing one on her being qualified to be VP (which W.C. Fields said was a political position equivalent to “a warm bucket of spit”) but not one to se if people think Obama is qualified to be president (or as his VP-appointee said, “the presidency is not a job that lends itself well to on the job training”)?

    And some people don’t think the media is biased?

  13. lobewan

    Of course they are statistically meaningless – and, to those who think only in those terms, they may seem a waste of time. However, a favorable-to-Palin outcome _will_ be touted in upcoming advertisements, and, for that reason, it’s useful to vote ‘No.’ Certainly, even with my schedule of incredibly-important tasks which only I can accomplish, even I could spare the 8 seconds or so it took to vote.

  14. lobewan

    Of course they are statistically meaningless – and, to those who think only in those terms, they may seem a waste of time.

    However, a favorable-to-Palin outcome _will_ be touted in upcoming advertisements, and, for that reason, it’s useful to vote ‘No.’

    Certainly, even with my schedule of incredibly-important tasks which only I can accomplish, even I could spare the 8 seconds or so it took to vote.

  15. Anonymous

    polls like this are totally insignificant statistically speaking. they mean nothing and are a waste of everyone’s time

  16. Anonymous

    polls like this are totally insignificant statistically speaking. they mean nothing and are a waste of everyone’s time

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