New Yorker On Palin’s Foreign Policy Experience

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Comedy, Foreign Policy, Palin, Russia

Yes, they went there.

But hey, you can’t say we didn’t warn Palin. I railed against that idiotic “Russia/Alaska” assertion from day one, but the McCain camp continued to push it. And so they have to deal with copious amounts of ridicule and scorn. Not just because the point itself was dumb, but also because Palin so badly fumbled the question to the point people are wondering if she’s even intelligent.

Oh well…

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One Response to “New Yorker On Palin’s Foreign Policy Experience”

  1. Cy Says:

    It’s actually a play off of a previous New Yorker cover, which showed a typical Manhattanite’s view of the world. Very cleverly done!,_1976-03-29,_Cover_(View_of_the_World_from_9th_Avenue.PNG

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