Strategy ’08

Obama vs. the other guy, 2008

If This Doesn’t Make You Work Harder for Obama, Then…

Nothing will:

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September 12, 2008 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , ,

6 Comments »

  1. OK, I haven’t seen anyone else point this out, but didn’t Gibson lay a clear trap for Palin on the Pakistan issue? He didn’t actually spring it, but what he was trying to get her to do was endorse the Obama position, which she all but did. (In her defense, she probably had no idea what Gibson was talking about. “Paki-what?”)

    Comment by gdh1 | September 12, 2008 | Reply

  2. If she can’t defend herself against Charlie Gibson, what is she going to do against Putin? You know that half of the interview, she starts sounding like a beauty contestant talking about world peace. The bubble is going to burst sooner than later.

    God, please tell me most Americans see this and get scared. Do you guys think that Bill Clinton knew something when he made his prediction?!?

    Comment by Suzie Q (not the blogger) | September 12, 2008 | Reply

  3. I think my Pro-Obama vote will become an Anti-Palin vote!

    Comment by Suzie Q (not the blogger) | September 12, 2008 | Reply

  4. This is one of those moments where I see her as being totally out to lunch…and somehow tomorrow it gets spun as a brilliant success. It happens all the time.

    But whatever, this woman can be nowhere near the presidency.

    Comment by dansac | September 12, 2008 | Reply

  5. My favorite line was – “you can’t blink, you can’t blink.” You’re dealing with people’s lives. You’ve got to have some seconds thoughts.

    Comment by Suzie Q (not the blogger) | September 12, 2008 | Reply

  6. Wait, I zoned out. Are the Islamic extremists hell-bent on destroying America and our allies? I must have blinked and missed it. I’m glad she chose to remind us of that three times instead of answering the question.

    Looks like neither lipstick nor a two-week crash course in things that happen outside Alaska can make this woman look like she has any business in national politics.

    Comment by Dennis Pillion | September 12, 2008 | Reply


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