With the 2008 presidential campaign field winnowed to the three left standing, two Democrats and one Republican, the issue of experience, or lack thereof, has become a measuring stick for two of them at the predictable expense of the third. One touts her 35 years of experience as readying her to assume the role of commander-in-chief “from Day One,” while the other counts his years of military and political accomplishments as his inherent legacy to the top of the stair. Both decry the third as woefully unseasoned.
Experience lacking in '08 presidential candidates
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