At first, John McCain’s choice of Sarah Palin as vice-presidential candidate made great sense: someone young to balance his age; a beautiful woman to his distinguished man; someone who could deliver a “first” in American history. But then they started spending time together and that façade quickly vanished. Was anyone fooled into thinking that these two – who could barely stand to look at each other – could come together to run the country? Especially during these times? Body language tells us much more than empty words, and they spoke volumes about these running mates. Fortunately for all of us, the American public listened. I discuss this odd couple in my blog at the Huffington Post.
Posted October 30, 2008 | 10:36 AM (EST)
The romance is obviously over. If John McCain could have gotten away with not hugging Sarah Palin on stage at the rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania, he certainly would have done so. His body language spoke loud and clear as they fake hugged: “Let’s get this over with. You’re the worst… Read Post