I Would Not Hire Sarah Palin To Run My Local Taco Bell: Sarah Palin Katie Couric Interview

Wow. Americans, be very, very afraid. You think this banking crisis is bad. Please, please do not let Sarah Palin become vice president. A heartbeat away from the presidency. She speaks in the worst generalities, in a way that makes it clear that she does not even understand the generalities she is trying to speak of, let alone any salient details. Is this a person we want representing our nation on the world stage? I’ve met so many people in many different walks of life who can understand and convey basic and complex ideas so much more effectively than Sarah Palin.

It is clear that her Alaska executive experience has been an easy deal with no real effort or thought involved other than illegally persecuting people who don’t agree with her thinking and claiming that it’s God’s will to build an Alaskan natural gas pipeline. Her executive experience did not prepare her for the world stage, it did not challenge her, it did not teach her any critical thinking and public speaking skills. Joe Biden vs. Sarah Palin…it’s unthinkable comparison in terms of experience and capabilities.

After witnessing her horrible interviewing skills, the Republican party has been denying media access to her and wouldn’t Iet her go on the post-debate news analysis segments on news shows.   She didn’t know what the Bush Doctrine is.  She claims to have useful foreign experience with Russia because of proximity:

COURIC: You’ve cited Alaska’s proximity to Russia as part of your foreign policy experience. What did you mean by that?

PALIN: That Alaska has a very narrow maritime border between a foreign country, Russia, and on our other side, the land– boundary that we have with– Canada. It– it’s funny that a comment like that was– kind of made to– cari– I don’t know, you know? Reporters–

I wouldn’t hire Sarah Palin to run my local Taco Bell.


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