Unlike many bloggers, I have no problem with Palin's lack of experience. In a two-party system of kleptocrats and plutocrats, experience doesn't count for much. On the other hand, Palin's positions--and the fact that she could very well end up president--are scary.
She strongly supports abstinence-only sex education in schools (an odd position, since both she and her daughter got pregnant when young and unwed). She opposes abortion even in cases of rape, and as recently as 2006, supported teaching "creationism" in schools. Unlike the current president and virtually all scientists, she doesn't believe that global warming is caused by humans. And unlike those on the left and the Libertarians, she staunchly opposes the legalization of marijuana (once legal in Alaska).
Palin has linked the war to the quest for new energy supplies (some refreshing candor!), saying, "We are a nation at war and in many [ways] the reasons for war are fights over energy sources, which is nonsensical when you consider that domestically we have the supplies ready to go." The latter part of the statement is patently false and shows a complete unawareness of the fact that the U.S. has only a miniscule portion of the world's untapped oil supplies. If we elect her and McCain, it will prove once and for all that America does not discriminate against the IQ-challenged.