I think the "experience" question is going to be the most difficult question to answer during Sarah Palin interviews. Sooner or later the "executive experience" answer will get old.
Sunday, September 07, 2008
Palin's leadership: Opinion adn.com
The Anchorage Daily News has an op-ed piece up about Governor Palin.
It's definitely no puff piece, but there are some key points they mention that the media and the left aren't aware of.
Palin is the only major political figure in the past 20 years who regularly comes to Daily News editorial board meetings by herself, with no flunkies or handlers.
Palin dislikes the give-and-take that usually helps smooth the way for political decisions. She states her case and expects legislators to base their actions on the merits of the issue.
One of Gov. Palin's great strengths as a reformer also has a downside. She has a fervent sense of what's right and what's wrong and has little concern for political consequences. This fearless sense of righteousness has generally served her well -- as when she went after Alaska's arrogant and corrupt Republican political establishment.
One big surprise about Palin's term as governor: She has been thoroughly bipartisan. Her most reliable supporters on her big three accomplishments have been Democrats. The partisan side that Palin showed in her acceptance speech Thursday is something Alaskans haven't seen in her time as governor.
Posted by TurbineGuy at 7:47 PM
It is so annoying to see all these Republican talking heads do such a crappy job of articulating Governor Palin's true views on issues.
Posted by TurbineGuy at 12:24 PM
I was watching a Charlie Rose interview with Governors Palin and Napolitano, and get this... Governor Napolitano is the one that brings up the significance of being a Commander of the National Guard. She says "It's a big responsibility."
Posted by TurbineGuy at 3:28 AM