Big up Craig Hickman for finding Andrew Sullivan’s post today.

As we’ve been saying all week…

John McCain had six months to choose a vice president. That’s more time than any nominee in history. He decided that Sarah Palin was the best America had to offer. Will he use the same thought process to appoint his cabinet and federal judges? Is he ready to lead?

Spread this like fire. His judgment is lacking, and this makes him the most dangerous choice for president.

Andrew Sullivan has finally arrived at where most of us have been all along:

He winged this. That’s the critical, unavoidable, devastating point.

John McCain has demonstrated with this insane decision that he is unfit to be president of the United States.

This was an act of near-criminal negligence. If he can behave this recklessly and impulsively with this decision, the idea of allowing him to become president of the United States is only a smidgen less terrifying than thinking of Palin in that position.

Whatever few doubts I may once have still had about this election, they are resolved now.

Obama has to win. The alternative is unthinkable.

Originally posted as a comment by CraigHickman on Jack and Jill Politics using Disqus.

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