John McCain’s campaign on Wednesday angrily called for an end to questions about its review of Sarah Palin’s background, deriding a “faux media scandal designed to destroy the first female Republican nominee” for vice president.
It is the job of the media, and the American public for that matter, to ask questions prior to selecting our new leadership. To publicly whine and cry about it indicates that McCain's people know that they did a crappy job looking at their selection for VP and that close examination of Palin and her past will not serve them well.
And this group want to run a nation, I would not let them run a lemonade stand.
If you don't want the pregnant unwed minor to be an issue in the race, it is probably not the best of ideas to fly the father out to the convention. The same logic applies to having them appear on stage etc.
Just a thought, since if you bring them into the playing field, they are fair game.
Election 2008, McCain, Palin