Oh thank God! I thought we had lost that war!
Excerpt from the Seattle Times:
In an interview with CBS' Katie Couric that aired Thursday night, Palin said that "a surge in Afghanistan also will lead us to victory there as it has proven to have done in Iraq," adding that "we cannot afford to retreat, to withdraw in Iraq."
So there you have it. First, we accomplished the mission. If anybody had any doubts on whether that accomplishment was a success or a failure, we have Palin, here, to put to rest all those doubts.
Compared to her, Dubya is a Rhodes scholar. Seriously. She didn't even know that she did indeed meet with a foreign leader. She had met with Iceland president Olafur Ragnar Grimsson just this last October. But when Charlie Gibson asked her in the ABC interview on September 11, she said she had not met with any leader of a foreign nation. When asked about it, Palin's Alaska press secretary, Bill McAllister confirmed that Palin, as Alaska governor, had met with the president of Iceland, but he said that he thinks that Palin thought that Charlie was asking her about major events and leaders like Putin. (Oh, you meant ANY foreign leader, well why didn't you say so in the first place, Charlie?)
She also referred to McCain as her running mate in some of her speeches. No. The VP is the running mate, not the other way around. She also referred to the Republican ticket as Palin/McCain. Again, no. It's McCain/Palin, you Neo-Con dimwit.
She has no clue. How can she be the 2nd in line to be America's president?