Sarah Palin finally takes a question at a town hall

Sarah Palin took her first question from a hand-picked town hall audience member. She was asked to name specific skills to mitigate the charges of a lack of foreign policy experience.

Needless to say, she didn’t answer the question.

Here are the bullets of what she did say.

She said she’s ‘a Washington Outsider.’

She said she thinks she’s prepared.

She and McCain will be ready if elected


Then Palin pulled that annoying Bush habit of using the same word in successive sentences.

“We’ll be ready. I’ll be ready. I have that confidence. I have that readiness.”


“And if you want specifics with specific policy or countries go ahead and you can ask me.” The person hand-picked to ask the question DID ask for specifics!

Palin wants to play ‘Stump the candidate’.

OK – what’s the Bush Doctrine?


2 responses to “Sarah Palin finally takes a question at a town hall

  1. Palin saying….She said she thinks she’s prepared.


    That made me roar with laughter! Personally, I “can think” I’m a rocket scientist…but it doesn’t make it so! It reminded me of something I heard long ago… “You can put rocks in an oven, but it doesn’t make them biscuits”!

    Your posts are always so good!



  2. Thanks, Michelle.

    Great sayings. Sometimes I think I’ll wake up and find out that McCain really selected Romney.