AP pans Palin’s interview today with Charlie Gibson




A rather blistering report from the Associated Press on how well Sarah Palin did today with Charlie Gibson. I’m gonna guess that we’re going to see far less of Palin, and far more “you’re all sexists!” ads, in the future after the McCain campaign reads this review. Sarah Palin has only just begun to serve as the most important human shield in all of American history. Here’s the intro to AP’s story:

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.

It gets worse from there.


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