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Conservatives Caught on Mic: The Race is Over

In the following video are the voices of Mike Murphy, a former McCain adviser, and Peggy Noonan, conservative columnist for the Wall Street Journal. You'll hear their real feelings about Sarah Palin - that she's "not going to work" and that "it's [the race] over."


Noonan: (After Murphy says Palin isn't the most qualified woman) "The most qualified? No...I think they went for this — excuse me — political bullshit about narratives...every time Republicans do that — because that's not where they live, and it's not what they're good at — they blow it."

Murphy: "You know what' really the worst part about it? The greatness of McCain is no cynicism," Murphy said. "And this is cynical."
Could this be a clue that perhaps Sarahcuda doesn't have the entire conservative base energized, and will instead split the ticket, cost McCain the election, and go down as one of the biggest campaign blunders in history?

If so, thank your lucky stars we at least have someone hot to watch him go down in flames with. Don't get me wrong, Lieberman seems like a nice guy, but this is a presidential election, not Grumpy Old Men 3.

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