Sunday, September 14, 2008

I See London, I See France

ABC anchor Charles Gibson recently interviewed Republican Vice Presidential nominee, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. Gibson asked Palin to explain Sen. John McCain’s comment that Palin had expertise on Russia because she lives in Alaska.

“They're our next-door neighbors and you can actually see Russia from land here in Alaska -- from an island in Alaska," Palin said

This statement shows that Palin can at least locate Russia on a map unlike Ms South Carolina

But, evidently, Palin personally believes that US Americans such as some people out there in our nation who don’t have maps who have gone through our education system but are so disadvantaged that they may as well be in South Africa because they know so little about American policy that they believe that Palin’s being able to see the distant shores of a Bering Strait island give her great insight into Putin’s Russia because, such as, she sees, can see them, and so forth, in this manner.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am offended that you compare Palin to Miss Carolina - that's not fair to Miss Carolina! :-D

9:18 AM  

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