There's a one in four chance that John McCain, if elected, wouldn't live long enough to fill out a second term, leaving Sarah Palin as president. Yet, Palin bizarrely suggests that it's McCain's junior, Joe Biden, who might be too old for the job. Still, I'd worry more about McCain, who today emphasized the importance of "ensuring that America is secure, and not dependent on oil from people like Hugo Chavez or other parts of the Middle East which is, we know, could be destabilized under certain sets of circumstances."
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