Romney picks Ryan for Veep and the MSM is all over his lack of experience.
For one thing, Ryan has no significant private-sector experience.
Besides summer jobs working at McDonald’s or at his family’s
construction company, or waiting tables as a young Washington staffer,
Ryan has none of the business-world experience Romney frequently touts
as essential for governing. In the run-up to his first campaign for
Congress, in 1998, that gap was enough of a concern for Ryan that he
briefly became a “marketing consultant” at the family business, an
obvious bit of résumé puffing.
He's got MORE private work experience that your Chicago Jeezus does- even now.
But Ryan’s Washington experience is also light, at least for a potential
President—which, after all, is the main job description of a
Vice-President. Ryan has worked as a think-tank staffer and Congressman,
but he’s never been in charge of a large organization, and he has
little experience with foreign policy.
Who else does this remind us of?
Given how Sarah Palin was
criticized for her lack of such experience, I’m surprised that Romney
would pick someone whose ability to immediately step into the top job is
open to question.
Well...YA! She isn't black and from Chicago- so the only way she could be more qualified was to have a questionable birth certificate.