Well, interviews are coming out of the woodwork. This is parts of an interview with People Magazine. My thoughts on the interview, is that Sarah Palin likes to use the word “yup”, instead of “yes”. My question, does the leader of Israel and Germany know what “yup” means, I suggest all the world leaders, study the language of “inexperience on the world stage”, before they ask to speak with Sarah. But, you know, in middle school I actually used the word “yup” a lot, so its not necessarily the worst thing in the world. I love this interview though. I also learned that Cindy McCain had a little something to do with this choice. Guess we know why Cindy McCain isn’t in politics. Also, McCain couldn’t give a convincing reason as to why Palin would have enough experience. Im not going to say much more about because the interview itself is telling, as to what the hell McCain was thinking.
Mr. Palin, what does Sen. McCain need to know about working with your wife?
TODD PALIN: She’s a hard worker and she’s not wired normal. (Laughter)
Sen. McCain, of all the candidates you considered, what drew you to her?
JOHN: Obviously, I found her to be very intelligent and very well-versed on the issues. But I think the important thing was that she’s a reformer. She’s taken on special interests since she ran for the PTA and the city council and mayor. The courage, I guess, is what most impressed me.
Mrs. McCain, how much did you weigh in on this process?
CINDY MCCAIN: I was part of it. I was very enthusiastic [about Palin].
Given her young age and relatively short resume, why is she any more ready to be president than Sen. Barack Obama?
JOHN: I don’t think it’s a short resume. She first ran for office back in 1992. I don’t know what Senator Obama was doing then, but the first time she ran was 1992. That’s 16 years. I think that’s a pretty, pretty event-filled and record-filled resume.
SARAH: And I haven’t had too many years other than that to fill up yet.
JOHN: There you go.
Do you feel ready to be a heartbeat away from the presidency?
SARAH: Absolutely. Yup, yup. Especially with a good team around us.
What you talkin’ bout Sarah?
Heres, an interesting video, courtesy of someone at TPM, This is how I suspect the debate will go,