Friday, September 12, 2008

Sarah Palin evades interview questions and admits ignorance on "the Bush Doctrine"

In an exclusive ABC news Interview conducted by "World News" anchor Charlie Gibson, Sarah Palin didn't seem to understand important issues especially those relating to national security.

ABC's Charlie Gibson was very specific When he asked the republican Vice Presidential nominee to elaborate on the claims made by John McCain that she had sufficient credentials to handle national security because she "commanded the Alaskan National Guard".

She evaded that question and instead yelled what appeared to be a crammed statement crafted by the McCain team.

".....I worked as chairman of the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission....."

An answer to which Charlie reminded her that national security is a whole lot more than energy. She paused for a while looking very perplexed then said " is a foundation of national security"

A rookie she seemed but had perfect recall ability. She said word for word what the McCain team had written down for her to cram in anticipation for the interview.

Her ignorance on crucial international and local issues was exposed throughout the interview....CLICK HERE TO READ THE INTERVIEW

1 Comment:

Yobachi said...

Palin is a completely ill-prepared candidate, and her nomination is an insult to the American people


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