My gosh, people, a Vice President of the United States of America is carrying ‘the briefcase’.
How much Armageddon are you praying for?
Where is Sarah going to show us foreign policy experience? Not to the Naval Academy. Not to Carlisle. Not even to the offices of the National Review.
She’s off to wave a banner in a protest against Iran!
Palin plans to visit UN and join protest of Iran
“As for foreign policy, you know, I think that I am prepared,” she said at a town-hall-style meeting with McCain. “And I know that on Jan. 20, if we are so blessed as to be sworn into office as your president and vice president, certainly we’ll be ready. I’ll be ready. I have that confidence. I have that readiness. And if you want specifics with specific policy, or countries, go ahead and you can ask me. You can even play stump the candidate, if you want to.
Sarah Palin, a believer and advocate of Israel, will speak at the rally. We will have signs for you to pick up on-site as a demonstration of support that will be seen by the leaders of the nations coming to the UN, and by the world as they watch on the news. Rarely do we have such a strategic opportunity to show the world that we believe in God’s word, and are willing to place our time and our money on the line to be present and counted on the side of Israel!
…as they watch on the news
…money on the line
…in God’s word
Her frontispiece says, “Governor Palin believes that the danger of a nuclear Iran is greater than party or politics,” said the spokeswoman, Tracey Schmitt. “She hopes that all parties can rally together in opposition to this grave threat.”
I can see it now.
Fifty major cities. Five hundred thousand in the streets. Signs waving. Chants. Angry pods of young men. Women weeping over the beaten. Sarah’s prayer march goes off without a hitch.
Where’s Jimmy Carter when you need him? He’s got some experience along these lines.