Monday, September 29, 2008

i'll bring 'em to ya

There's a site called that takes generic questions similar to those asked my Katie Couric in her interview with Sarah Palin and generates randomized answers in the style of The Governor's answers.

Here's my favorite so far:

Q: What is your foreign policy experience?

I said to him was, if you go back in history and if you really think I can give you examples of things that John McCain has done, that has to exercise all options out there on the side of the earth. It is obvious to me who the bad guys are. The bad guys are the good guys. Through reform, absolutely. Look at the oversight that has much to do things better. But it is the taxpayers looking to bail out. But ultimately what the bailout does is help those who are concerned about the need to reform government. We have got to remember what the desire is in this one and who the good guys.


russ said...

Biden won't even have to talk Thursday. She's going to beat herself in that debate without anybody else's help.

The_Wolfe said...

I guess that's the difference between someone young with a little experience, and someone old with a lot. Like McCain vs. Obama, who's older and more experienced? Biden vs. Palin, who's older and more experienced? The person with more experience is probably going to win more of the time.

The_Wolfe said...

Eh, I think I take back my previous statement. And I personally think Palin did pretty good last night..