September 27, 2008

Following Couric interview [video], Republicans come out against Palin.

Here’s an article in which Republicans are beginning to lose confidence in Palin. Though they still like her personally, they’re beginning to fear that, politically, she’s just plain out of her depth.

Here’s an excerpt from The New York Times article re the Couric interview with Palin:

“Her first interview, with the ABC News anchor Charles Gibson, was too hard. The second, with Sean Hannity on the Fox News Channel, was too soft. The third, however, did not turn out to be just right for Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska.


CBS News, via Associated PressSarah Palin and Katie Couric at the United Nations. Ms. Couric asked Ms. Palin about a statement she had made about Russia.

On the “CBS Evening News” on Thursday, Katie Couric asked Ms. Palin, Senator John McCain’s running mate, what she meant when she cited Alaska’s proximity to Russia as foreign affairs experience. Ms. Palin could have anticipated the question — the topic of their interview, pegged to her visit to the United Nations, was foreign affairs. Yet Ms. Palin’s answer was surprisingly wobbly…” Read the rest of the article.

And here’s the video:

Complete interview:

The Morning Show after:


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