Sunday, November 2, 2008

Palin's foreign policy experience revealed

Sarah Palin, who believes that proximity causes experience -- she can see Russia from her house and therefore has foreign policy experience -- was interviewed the legal guru, Greta Van Susteren.

Here's part of that interview on FOXNews:

Van Susteren: When you talk to Senator McCain, is it mostly about strategy or are you talking big picture right now?

Palin: Both. Both. But not so much strategy about the campaign at all because we both are so confident that we are on the right path, and in these final days of the campaign, we're acknowledging that people are understanding the stark contrast between the two tickets. And that's good.

This is the place we need to be right here, still as a bit of an underdog in these last few days, but realizing that Americans are really starting to hear what our opponents are talking about when they talk about spreading the wealth, taking more from our small businesses and from our families and then redistributing other people's hard-earned money according to a politician's priorities, that that is -- that is not good for this uniquely American, pro-entrepreneurial system that we have that has allowed our country to be the greatest country on earth.

We realize that more and more Americans are starting to see the light there and understand the contrast. And we talk a lot about, OK, we're confident that we're going to win on Tuesday, so from there, the first 100 days, how are we going to kick in the plan that will get this economy back on the right track and really shore up the strategies that we need over in Iraq and Iran to win these wars?

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Obviously, Sarah Palin has a hard time stringing words together so they make sense. She also lives in a world unconnected to reality. Obama's lead has stretched into the double-digits and other than Rick Davis, no one gives the McCain/Palin ticket a chance. So, I guess in one sense she is right: "Americans are starting to see the light there" and that's why they're voting for Obama/Biden!

It's interesting, too, that this historically- and truth- challenged poser believes it is our "uniquely American, pro-entrepreneurial system" that has made our country "the greatest country on earth." Other countries are not "pro-entrepreneurial?" And is that what makes our country great? I always thought it was because we were the "land of the free, and the home of the brave," because we based our common life on the Constitution which guarantees freedom of speech, freedom of religion, the right to privacy, etc.

Maybe Ms. Palin should take a couple of courses in American history?

But the worst of it is this: "we are going to kick in the plan that will get the economy back on the right track and really shore up the strategies that we need over in Iraq and Iran [my emphasis] to win these wars."

IRAN? What the hell is she talking about? Does she know the difference between Iraq and Iran? Does the McCain/Palin ticket plan to start a war against Iran in the first 100 days of their
fanasty administration?

Nothing like having a vice presidential running mate that, not only has no foreign policy experience, but flaunts her stupidity before the whole world, hey John?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I really cannot keep reading this. It frightens me to know she is taken seriously by people that really think she can handle all our problems with no knowledge of the subject matter. It is not a houshold problem. It is the most powerful nation on earth in rough times. That rquires knowledge. this is not a game. Our kids and their kids will have to live with whatever we do next. We had better be right.
Bob Poris

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