ST. PAUL, Minnesota (CNN) – Republican National Committee co-chair Jo
Ann Davidson mistakenly referred to the party's presumptive vice-presidential candidate, Sarah Palin, as "Sarah Pawlenty" at the Republican National Convention Tuesday.
Palin, the governor of Alaska, was a surprise choice to join Sen. John McCain on the Republican ticket. Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty had been considered one of the front-runners for the slot.
Badly-run convention . . . poorly-vetted VP nominee . . . record budget deficits . . . unwinnable wars . . . officials caught soliciting fellatio in rest rooms while proclaiming "family values" . . . the GOP is a bunch of clowns.
Gee guess McCain's plan to pimp Palin for votes didn't quiet went according to plan seein how Palin has problems of her own tsk tsk!
I'm saving a copy of this blog so I can have a good laugh during McCain's inauguration.
Not the first or the last time a Republican has made a mistake.
If McCain wins, this is what we will have to deal with for another 4 yrs, wake up Americ we can't afford it. 8 is enough! McCain=Bush
This just adds to the comedy of errors by the republicans, but they want to run this country....yeah right! For the republicans to be so hard on Obama, He continues to contact himself in a presidental manner. Mybe the RNC should call this what it really is a circus
Hee hee heeeeee. Wishful thinking!
Pawlenty was probably the first choice. What a difference a couple of days make. Sarah Who?
Go GEORGE MCCAIN and SARAH PAWLENTY!