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After our growing reputation in the world for gluttonous consumption, spectacular hypocrisy, superficial fame and fashion trends........WHY NOT SARAH PALIN? She and McCain actually reflect what America is today. B)

If you like monkey boy after all these years embarassing the nation with all hat and no cattle (but all the military fury the national debt can muster)..............you'll LOVE Sarah the Gimmick. Her level of substance and god god god embracings will warm even the most stellar American peabrain patriot. It's like Bush all over again............but with sex appeal! :rolleyes:

Here's glamour puss in her first direct interview which was embarassing! She was exposed for the Republican GIMMICK that she is..............SO WHAT?!!!! THIS IS AMERICA.........we LOVE PHONEYS......and we pray to god that the Jets cover the spread EVERY WEEK!!! ;)

VOTE FOR PALIN!! GOD COMMANDS IT!!! (and what's his name too.........bulgeface!)

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080912/ap_on_...lin_interview_7

Palin tries to defend qualifications in interview

FORT WAINWRIGHT, Alaska - John McCain running mate Sarah Palin sought Thursday to defend her qualifications but struggled with foreign policy, unable to describe President Bush's doctrine of pre-emptive strikes against threatening nations and acknowledging she's never met a foreign head of state.

The Republican vice presidential nominee told Charles Gibson of ABC News in her first televised interview since being named to the GOP ticket that "I'm ready" to be president if called upon. However, she sidestepped on whether she had the national security credentials needed to be commander in chief.

Palin, 44, has been Alaska's governor for less than two years and before that was a small-town mayor. She was McCain's surprise selection for the No. 2 slot on the ticket, raising questions about her readiness to serve in the White House, particularly during wartime.

McCain has defended her qualifications, citing her command of the Alaska National Guard and Alaska's proximity to Russia.

Asked whether those were sufficient credentials, Palin said: "It is about reform of government and it's about putting government back on the side of the people, and that has much to do with foreign policy and national security issues." She said she brings expertise in making the country energy independent as a former chairman of the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.

She acknowledged that national security encompasses more than energy but said: "I want you to not lose sight of the fact that energy is a foundation of national security."

Palin said other than a trip to visit soldiers in Kuwait and Germany last year — "a trip of a lifetime" that "changed my life" — her only other foreign travel was to Mexico and Canada. She also said she had never met a head of state and added: "If you go back in history and if you ask that question of many vice presidents, they may have the same answer that I just gave you."

Pressed about what insights into recent Russian actions she gained by living in Alaska, Palin answered: "They're our next door neighbors and you can actually see Russia from land here in Alaska, from an island in Alaska."

Foreign policy questions dominated the first of three interviews Palin was giving Gibson over two days.

In the interview Thursday, Palin:

_Appeared unsure of the Bush doctrine — essentially that the United States must help spread democracy to stop terrorism and that the nation will act pre-emptively to stop potential foes.

Asked whether she agreed with that, Palin said: "In what respect, Charlie?" Gibson pressed her for an interpretation of it. She said: "His world view." That prompted Gibson to say "no, the Bush doctrine, enunciated September 2002, before the Iraq war" and describe it to her.

"I believe that what President Bush has attempted to do is rid this world of Islamic extremism, terrorists who are hell bent on destroying our nation," Palin said, though added "there have been mistakes made."

Pressed repeatedly on whether the United States could attack terrorist hideouts in Pakistan without the country's permission, she said: "If there is legitimate and enough intelligence that tells us that a strike is imminent against American people, we have every right to defend our country. In fact, the president has the obligation, the duty to defend."

_Said nuclear weapons in Iran's hands are dangerous, and said "we've got to put the pressure on Iran." Asked three times what her position would be if Israel felt threatened enough to attack Iranian nuclear facilities, Palin repeatedly said the United States shouldn't "second guess" Israel's steps to secure itself.

_Called for Georgia and the Ukraine to be included in NATO, a treaty that requires the U.S. to defend them militarily. She also said Russia's attack into Georgia last month was "unprovoked." Asked to clarify that she'd support going to war over Georgia, she said: "Perhaps so."

"I mean, that is the agreement when you are a NATO ally, is if another country is attacked, you're going to be expected to be called upon and help," she said.

_Said she "didn't hesitate" when McCain asked her to be his running mate. "I answered him 'yes' because I have the confidence in that readiness and knowing that you can't blink, you have to be wired in a way of being so committed to the mission, the mission that we're on, reform of this country and victory in the war, you can't blink. So I didn't blink then even when asked to run as his running mate."

_Contradicted an assertion she made at her former church that "our national leaders are sending U.S. soldiers on a task that is from God." Asked whether she thought the United States was fighting a holy war, she said she meant to convey that she agreed with Abraham Lincoln's quote that "I would never presume to know God's will or to speak God's words."

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After our growing reputation in the world for gluttonous consumption, spectacular hypocrisy, superficial fame and fashion trends........WHY NOT SARAH PALIN? She and McCain actually reflect what America is today. B)

If you like monkey boy after all these years embarassing the nation with all hat and no cattle (but all the military fury the national debt can muster)..............you'll LOVE Sarah the Gimmick. Her level of substance and god god god embracings will warm even the most stellar American peabrain patriot. It's like Bush all over again............but with sex appeal! :rolleyes:

Here's glamour puss in her first direct interview which was embarassing! She was exposed for the Republican GIMMICK that she is..............SO WHAT?!!!! THIS IS AMERICA.........we LOVE PHONEYS......and we pray to god that the Jets cover the spread EVERY WEEK!!! ;)

VOTE FOR PALIN!! GOD COMMANDS IT!!! (and what's his name too.........bulgeface!)

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080912/ap_on_...lin_interview_7

Palin tries to defend qualifications in interview

FORT WAINWRIGHT, Alaska - John McCain running mate Sarah Palin sought Thursday to defend her qualifications but struggled with foreign policy, unable to describe President Bush's doctrine of pre-emptive strikes against threatening nations and acknowledging she's never met a foreign head of state.

The Republican vice presidential nominee told Charles Gibson of ABC News in her first televised interview since being named to the GOP ticket that "I'm ready" to be president if called upon. However, she sidestepped on whether she had the national security credentials needed to be commander in chief.

Palin, 44, has been Alaska's governor for less than two years and before that was a small-town mayor. She was McCain's surprise selection for the No. 2 slot on the ticket, raising questions about her readiness to serve in the White House, particularly during wartime.

McCain has defended her qualifications, citing her command of the Alaska National Guard and Alaska's proximity to Russia.

Asked whether those were sufficient credentials, Palin said: "It is about reform of government and it's about putting government back on the side of the people, and that has much to do with foreign policy and national security issues." She said she brings expertise in making the country energy independent as a former chairman of the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.

She acknowledged that national security encompasses more than energy but said: "I want you to not lose sight of the fact that energy is a foundation of national security."

Palin said other than a trip to visit soldiers in Kuwait and Germany last year — "a trip of a lifetime" that "changed my life" — her only other foreign travel was to Mexico and Canada. She also said she had never met a head of state and added: "If you go back in history and if you ask that question of many vice presidents, they may have the same answer that I just gave you."

Pressed about what insights into recent Russian actions she gained by living in Alaska, Palin answered: "They're our next door neighbors and you can actually see Russia from land here in Alaska, from an island in Alaska."

Foreign policy questions dominated the first of three interviews Palin was giving Gibson over two days.

In the interview Thursday, Palin:

_Appeared unsure of the Bush doctrine — essentially that the United States must help spread democracy to stop terrorism and that the nation will act pre-emptively to stop potential foes.

Asked whether she agreed with that, Palin said: "In what respect, Charlie?" Gibson pressed her for an interpretation of it. She said: "His world view." That prompted Gibson to say "no, the Bush doctrine, enunciated September 2002, before the Iraq war" and describe it to her.

"I believe that what President Bush has attempted to do is rid this world of Islamic extremism, terrorists who are hell bent on destroying our nation," Palin said, though added "there have been mistakes made."

Pressed repeatedly on whether the United States could attack terrorist hideouts in Pakistan without the country's permission, she said: "If there is legitimate and enough intelligence that tells us that a strike is imminent against American people, we have every right to defend our country. In fact, the president has the obligation, the duty to defend."

_Said nuclear weapons in Iran's hands are dangerous, and said "we've got to put the pressure on Iran." Asked three times what her position would be if Israel felt threatened enough to attack Iranian nuclear facilities, Palin repeatedly said the United States shouldn't "second guess" Israel's steps to secure itself.

_Called for Georgia and the Ukraine to be included in NATO, a treaty that requires the U.S. to defend them militarily. She also said Russia's attack into Georgia last month was "unprovoked." Asked to clarify that she'd support going to war over Georgia, she said: "Perhaps so."

"I mean, that is the agreement when you are a NATO ally, is if another country is attacked, you're going to be expected to be called upon and help," she said.

_Said she "didn't hesitate" when McCain asked her to be his running mate. "I answered him 'yes' because I have the confidence in that readiness and knowing that you can't blink, you have to be wired in a way of being so committed to the mission, the mission that we're on, reform of this country and victory in the war, you can't blink. So I didn't blink then even when asked to run as his running mate."

_Contradicted an assertion she made at her former church that "our national leaders are sending U.S. soldiers on a task that is from God." Asked whether she thought the United States was fighting a holy war, she said she meant to convey that she agreed with Abraham Lincoln's quote that "I would never presume to know God's will or to speak God's words."

How ironic that nut cases like Manscum pound away at Palin's alleged inexperience without ever acknowledging that Palin has more leadership experience and executive experience then Obama. Barick has never been an executive, never made any executive decisions, never been in charge of any organizations in government or out of government, has spent a total of 144 days working in congress (where he voted "present" countless times) and has a problem picking friends (Ayres, Wright, Resko, Flagler).

Obama's running mate has already stated that Obama is inexperienced and isn't qualified to be President, he also just stated that he himself isn't as qualified as Hillary. Yeah, sounds like a real "Dream Team" to me.

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After our growing reputation in the world for gluttonous consumption, spectacular hypocrisy, superficial fame and fashion trends........WHY NOT SARAH PALIN? She and McCain actually reflect what America is today. B)

If you like monkey boy after all these years embarassing the nation with all hat and no cattle (but all the military fury the national debt can muster)..............you'll LOVE Sarah the Gimmick. Her level of substance and god god god embracings will warm even the most stellar American peabrain patriot. It's like Bush all over again............but with sex appeal! :rolleyes:

Here's glamour puss in her first direct interview which was embarassing! She was exposed for the Republican GIMMICK that she is..............SO WHAT?!!!! THIS IS AMERICA.........we LOVE PHONEYS......and we pray to god that the Jets cover the spread EVERY WEEK!!! ;)

VOTE FOR PALIN!! GOD COMMANDS IT!!! (and what's his name too.........bulgeface!)

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080912/ap_on_...lin_interview_7

Palin tries to defend qualifications in interview

FORT WAINWRIGHT, Alaska - John McCain running mate Sarah Palin sought Thursday to defend her qualifications but struggled with foreign policy, unable to describe President Bush's doctrine of pre-emptive strikes against threatening nations and acknowledging she's never met a foreign head of state.

The Republican vice presidential nominee told Charles Gibson of ABC News in her first televised interview since being named to the GOP ticket that "I'm ready" to be president if called upon. However, she sidestepped on whether she had the national security credentials needed to be commander in chief.

Palin, 44, has been Alaska's governor for less than two years and before that was a small-town mayor. She was McCain's surprise selection for the No. 2 slot on the ticket, raising questions about her readiness to serve in the White House, particularly during wartime.

McCain has defended her qualifications, citing her command of the Alaska National Guard and Alaska's proximity to Russia.

Asked whether those were sufficient credentials, Palin said: "It is about reform of government and it's about putting government back on the side of the people, and that has much to do with foreign policy and national security issues." She said she brings expertise in making the country energy independent as a former chairman of the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.

She acknowledged that national security encompasses more than energy but said: "I want you to not lose sight of the fact that energy is a foundation of national security."

Palin said other than a trip to visit soldiers in Kuwait and Germany last year — "a trip of a lifetime" that "changed my life" — her only other foreign travel was to Mexico and Canada. She also said she had never met a head of state and added: "If you go back in history and if you ask that question of many vice presidents, they may have the same answer that I just gave you."

Pressed about what insights into recent Russian actions she gained by living in Alaska, Palin answered: "They're our next door neighbors and you can actually see Russia from land here in Alaska, from an island in Alaska."

Foreign policy questions dominated the first of three interviews Palin was giving Gibson over two days.

In the interview Thursday, Palin:

_Appeared unsure of the Bush doctrine — essentially that the United States must help spread democracy to stop terrorism and that the nation will act pre-emptively to stop potential foes.

Asked whether she agreed with that, Palin said: "In what respect, Charlie?" Gibson pressed her for an interpretation of it. She said: "His world view." That prompted Gibson to say "no, the Bush doctrine, enunciated September 2002, before the Iraq war" and describe it to her.

"I believe that what President Bush has attempted to do is rid this world of Islamic extremism, terrorists who are hell bent on destroying our nation," Palin said, though added "there have been mistakes made."

Pressed repeatedly on whether the United States could attack terrorist hideouts in Pakistan without the country's permission, she said: "If there is legitimate and enough intelligence that tells us that a strike is imminent against American people, we have every right to defend our country. In fact, the president has the obligation, the duty to defend."

_Said nuclear weapons in Iran's hands are dangerous, and said "we've got to put the pressure on Iran." Asked three times what her position would be if Israel felt threatened enough to attack Iranian nuclear facilities, Palin repeatedly said the United States shouldn't "second guess" Israel's steps to secure itself.

_Called for Georgia and the Ukraine to be included in NATO, a treaty that requires the U.S. to defend them militarily. She also said Russia's attack into Georgia last month was "unprovoked." Asked to clarify that she'd support going to war over Georgia, she said: "Perhaps so."

"I mean, that is the agreement when you are a NATO ally, is if another country is attacked, you're going to be expected to be called upon and help," she said.

_Said she "didn't hesitate" when McCain asked her to be his running mate. "I answered him 'yes' because I have the confidence in that readiness and knowing that you can't blink, you have to be wired in a way of being so committed to the mission, the mission that we're on, reform of this country and victory in the war, you can't blink. So I didn't blink then even when asked to run as his running mate."

_Contradicted an assertion she made at her former church that "our national leaders are sending U.S. soldiers on a task that is from God." Asked whether she thought the United States was fighting a holy war, she said she meant to convey that she agreed with Abraham Lincoln's quote that "I would never presume to know God's will or to speak God's words."

Yeah, what we need are more career politicians and lawyers running things in Washington.

You're a bonehead.

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Yeah, what we need are more career politicians and lawyers running things in Washington.

You're a bonehead.

So pick some dumb broad with a knocked up daughter who can't manage her own family.

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How ironic that nut cases like Manscum pound away at Palin's alleged inexperience without ever acknowledging that Palin has more leadership experience and executive experience then Obama. Barick has never been an executive, never made any executive decisions, never been in charge of any organizations in government or out of government, has spent a total of 144 days working in congress (where he voted "present" countless times) and has a problem picking friends (Ayres, Wright, Resko, Flagler).

Obama's running mate has already stated that Obama is inexperienced and isn't qualified to be President, he also just stated that he himself isn't as qualified as Hillary. Yeah, sounds like a real "Dream Team" to me.

But then McCain has no 'executive' experience either .. and he's the one on the ticket running for President.

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How ironic that nut cases like Manscum pound away at Palin's alleged inexperience without ever acknowledging that Palin has more leadership experience and executive experience then Obama. Barick has never been an executive, never made any executive decisions, never been in charge of any organizations in government or out of government, has spent a total of 144 days working in congress (where he voted "present" countless times) and has a problem picking friends (Ayres, Wright, Resko, Flagler).

Obama's running mate has already stated that Obama is inexperienced and isn't qualified to be President, he also just stated that he himself isn't as qualified as Hillary. Yeah, sounds like a real "Dream Team" to me.

She's not qualified. The Gibson interview proved it.

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Yeah, what we need are more career politicians and lawyers running things in Washington.

You're a bonehead.

And McCain's career after destroying perfectly good airplanes has been WHAT? BONEHEAD!

Or is Senator not considered 'politician' in your delusional world?

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