Is Palin a Risky Pick?

August 31, 2008 | NeW Staff

While much of the conservative movement cheers McCain for his recent VP
pick in Sarah Palin, critics accuse McCain of making a poor choice.
With only two years of serving as Alaska’s Governor, Palin has been
criticized for not having enough experience. But check out this article
by Lisa Schiffren of City Journal and her take on why she believes Palin to be just the right nominee for the Vice Presidency:

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