In what respect, Charlie?

Isn’t it her job to know these things?

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8 thoughts on “In what respect, Charlie?

  1. Will says:

    Charlie – quit staring down her blouse and listen to the answer. “we must do whatever it takes” Sounds like a YES to me chuck!

  2. DJ says:

    How cynical and reckless is the McCain campaign, to put this incurious airhead in the VP slot behind a 72 year old man?

    Apparently she has no interest in foreign policy issues. Those questions are so basic. This is like someone who claims to be a golf expert asking you who Tiger Woods is. She’s completely ignorant at best.

    Frankly, if that was the best she could do after a couple of weeks of cramming, I think it’s more likely that she’s not just ignorant, but an actual idiot.

  3. Will says:

    So it’s widely accepted that there is no hard and fast definition for the bush doctrine today? And Mrs Palin would be expected to ask exactly what doctrine he was referring to and which foreign policy to apply it to?

  4. Will says:

    My point is, the definition of the “Bush Doctrine” is not clear cut. There are 100s of articles debating what the Bush Doctrine is right now, doesn’t that kind of make the point that it’s up in the air and not a 100% agreed upon term?

    But let’s assume that Gibson and Palin sat down with the same idea of what the Bush Doctrine is, what is wrong with Palin asking “in regards to what charlie?”

    The question was too open ended. I think she was looking for a specific answer and he was expecting a theoretical answer on the doctrine.

    I didn’t consider this a “gaffe” at all. It was semantics.

    What turned me off in that interview was her smugness. Looked like she hated every minute she had to sit across from gibson…..

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