Skip to comments.Command of foreign policy exposes Palin's critics
Posted on 09/14/2008 11:33:18 AM PDT by markomalley
SARAH Palin, John McCain's vice-presidential running mate, continues to drive the liberal establishment mad - both in the US and around the world (including Australia).
When McCain first chose Palin as his running mate, every liberal commentator called it a disaster.
She gave a brilliant speech atthe Republican convention and the McCain ticket suddenly shot ahead of Barack Obama, nationally and in key battleground states.
The liberal consensus replied that she didn't write the speech herself, as though Obama, McCain and Obama's running mate, Joe Biden, don't have speech writers.
Just wait till Palin has to do unscripted interviews, they said. Wait till one of our camp can grill her on foreign policy.
So now Palin has done a long, one-on-one interview with Charlie Gibson on the American ABC network.
With perfect nuance, Palin reflected McCain's foreign policy, speaking knowledgeably about Iran, Russia, Georgia, NATO and the Cold War, and with passion of her support for US troops.
Now the liberal press in the US, and their faithful imitators in Australia, are trying to make a scandal out of her sensible caution on the term "the Bush doctrine".
(Excerpt) Read more at theaustralian.news.com.au ...
"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." - Manuel II Palelologus
I respect and adore Gov Palin, and that is quite a contrast to Obama and his low life friends. Ayers and his wife have been on America’s most wanted, and Palin has nothing like Jeremiah Wright, in her background, who acts like the devil himself. May God be with Gov. Palin.
W doesn’t even know what the Bush Doctrine is.
Now the liberal press in the US, and their faithful imitators in Australia, are trying to make a scandal out of her sensible caution on the term "the Bush doctrine".As Charles Krauthammer noted on Brit Hume's show re: Gibson's gotcha gaffe on that...
Which Bush doctrine? There's been four of them since 2001.IMO Sarahcuda made Gibson look like a arrogant putz when she answered "In What Respect Charlie". He didn't even have an answer to his own question on 'the Bush doctrine'.