Like a Good Neighbor

Warning, this is not (intended) parody.

Fox News’ Steve Doocey’s endorsement of Sarah Palin’s foreign policy bona fides stems from the fact that she’s the governor of Alaska, which, you know, is right next to Russia.  Seriously, the last five hours or so has been like watching a train wreck in slo-mo.

On the other hand it makes sense.  If Palin gets full credit for being neighbors with Russia, that might explain why the right believes John McCain has all these foreign policy credentials; they have very… very… low standards.

Alright, that’s enough.  I have to call it a day or I’m going to get addicted.  Personally, I don’t think McCain could have picked a better vice presidential candidate–for us.

3 Responses to “Like a Good Neighbor”

  1. tas says:

    I just had a Wizbang blogger tell me that Palin has more diplomacy experience than Senator Biden. Not kidding.

    Empirical evidence eludes these fucking people.


    That’s why we have to win. Not because of the economy, or because of foreign policy, or any of that.

    It’s because if we don’t win, the Republicans will eventually legislate that the world is FLAT!

  3. R. McWain says:

    I am more and more disappointed and disillusioned in a country that does not respect its’ heroes. Does anyone care that McCain was in a POW camp for 61/2 years, much of it in solitary confinement? Even if you don’t concede that he would have gained patience, endurance, and strength of character through such an experience, it would seem to me shameful to smear or dis him.

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