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September 30, 2008

Zakaria Says Palin Must Step Aside for the Good of the Country

On CNN last night, Wolf Blitzer asked Zakaria about his article in the Washington Post the day before.  Zakaria says that the scary part about Palin is not that she doesn't know how to respond but that she doesn't understand the questions. 

My favorite of Zakaria's responses to Blitzer's questions had to do with Palin's touted experience as governor of Alaska.   He says that 85% of Alaska's revenues come from oil and that being governor of Alaska might prepare her for being President of Saudia Arabia but certainly doesn't prepare her for being President of the United States.

Check it out.  He continues to be blistering as he says what other national commenters shy away from.

P.S. Note to the pro-Palin commenters and the anti-pro-Palin commenters: I will continue to delete all comments that are demeaning to anyone or are patently untrue.

Posted by Lynn Allen on September 30, 2008 at 09:52 AM in Candidate Races, Media, National and International Politics | Permalink

Comments

I personally would dread having either McCain or Palin in the White House. Keating 5, Anyone.
Name any other SCOTUS decision besides Roe v Wade and she emits silence, Anyone. I would rather have a dog as president. Seriously though, We all lost out when Ron Paul quit.

Posted by: Mike Mixer | Sep 30, 2008 1:27:55 PM

True, I find it scary that someone with such little experience is so close to being in charge of this entire country. You can just imagine that this going to hell in a hand basket.

Posted by: SCB | Sep 30, 2008 2:05:42 PM

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