The McCain campaign has let it be known that his VP pick, Gov. Sarah Palin, will be incommunicado for the time being.
Perhaps this is a chance for the campaign to find out more about Palin straight from her instead of the media.
A well-caffeinated college intern with Google and a long-distance phone card could have uncovered more about Palin than the McCain campaign appears to have found before announcing her place on the ticket.
One of the most important role a President has is the appointment of key officials: cabinet officers, military commanders, federal judges.
How does their preparation for the VP position (the Presidential back-up if you will) reflect on McCain's competency when it comes to decision-making?