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Here’s A Game I’d Like To Play (from CNN)

September 18th, 2008 | by admin |

GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan (CNN) – Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin took questions with her running mate Wednesday night, offering at one point to play “stump the candidate” with a mostly friendly Michigan crowd.

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Asked for “specific skills” she could cite to rebut critics who question her grasp of international affairs, she replied, “I am prepared.”

“I have that confidence. I have that readiness,” Palin said. “And if you want specifics with specific policies or countries, you can go ahead and ask me. You can play ’stump the candidate’ if you want to. But we are ready to serve

I’ll take What is the Bush Doctrine for 1000 Alex.

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  1. 4 Responses to “Here’s A Game I’d Like To Play (from CNN)”

  2. By Steve O on Sep 18, 2008 | Reply

    NATO? Can she explain the NATO alliance?

  3. By Dusty on Sep 18, 2008 | Reply

    Good one SteveO!

    Can she also explain the Financial Modernization Act of 1999 and how it ties into the horseshit going down now? ;)

  4. By Liberal Jarhead on Sep 18, 2008 | Reply

    If “I am prepared” is the specific skill set required for managing international affairs, the only qualification to be a president, VP, or diplomat (wow, there’s a word I’m not hearing used about McCain or Palin - diplomat!) would apparently be membership in the Boy Scouts of America. Oh, wait, Palin couldn’t have been a Boy Scout, could she?

    Specific skills… right. Surprised she didn’t say “the ability to see a Russian island from an Alaskan island.”

    And at this point, it’s McCain’s cue to chime in with, “You might not have heard, but I was a POW in a foreign country!”

  5. By Chris Radulich on Sep 18, 2008 | Reply

    Palin’s version of taking on the oil companies was to raise their taxes. Isn’t that something republicans are suppose to be against?

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