Tonight’s debate was interesting with both McCain and Obama taking turns smearing each other. Obama looked bad by trying to request time to make responses while McCain was more or less appealing to base emotions when responding to tough questions. I really enjoyed the Vice Presidential debates seen last week and on Saturday Night Live more than tonight’s Presidential debate.
The good news is a few people produced a Sarah Palin Interview Generator for those who missed her interviews with Katie Couric and the press.
The URL to the Interviews are at http://www.interviewpalin.com and here are a sample of some Palin responses:
Q: What is your foreign policy experience?
A: I just gave you. But, again, we’ve got to have all options out there on Wall Street. Well, it certainly does because our our next door neighbor. They’re our next door neighbor. They’re our next door neighbors and you can actually see Russia from land here in Alaska, from an island in Alaska. We have trade missions back and forth. We we do about it. No way, not Americans. We do not believe in American ideals. And they attacked us. And now we are a free-thinking society. As Putin rears his head and comes into the air space of the solution or not.
Q: How will you fix the economy?
A: Our economy and putting it back on the anniversary, in this nation at this time. People are getting tired of that closed door, good old boy network that has worked in Iraq and Afghanistan will lead to war and it doesn’t have to stand for that. I believe that what you are seeking, also? That strategy that has been lack, I believe, here at the oversight that has shown his foresight, his pragmatism, and his leadership abilities. And that is what has got to show the support, in this evil, in this nation, at this time. It is that my son has made a decision.
Q: What is the role of the US in Iraq and Afghanistan?
A: Afghanistan will lead to war and it doesn’t have to keep our eyes on Russia, under the leadership there. I was not a good guy who is saying that. Now, one who would seek to wipe them off the face of the fact that energy is a foundation of national security. It’s that important. It’s that important. It’s that important. It’s that significant. I have not and I think our presence in Iraq that John McCain has done, that has been allowed to be a comprehensive, long-term solution found for this problem that America is facing today. As I say, we are a free-thinking society.
Q: Why should the US elect Senator McCain?
A: John McCain has done, that has much to do with foreign policy and national security issues with Russia as Putin rears his head and comes into the air space of the people. It’s a nice thing about him, too, is he is not to allow the export bans to such a degree that it’s Americans that get stuck to holding the bag without the energy independence that I’ve been working on for these years as the bailout, as the bailout, as the maverick though. Taking shots from his own party, and certainly taking shots from his own party, and certainly taking shots from the other party.
About These Interviews
This site is a parody. The answers are computer generated based on probabilities calculated from Sarah Palin’s actual speech. We think it is hilarious.
The Markov chain generated answers are surprisingly close to her actual answers. Don’t believe me? See below.
Actual Palin Interview Response
COURIC:Why isn’t it better, Governor Palin, to spend $700 billion helping middle-class families struggling with health care, housing, gas and groceries? Allow them to spend more and put more money into the economy? Instead of helping these big financial institutions that played a role in creating this mess?
PALIN: That’s why I say, I like ever American I’m speaking with were ill about this position that we have been put in where it is the tax payers looking to bailout.
But ultimately, what the bailout does is help those who are concerned about the health care reform that is needed to help shore up the economy – Helping the – Oh, it’s got to be about job creation too. Shoring up our economy and putting it back on the right track. So health care reform and reducing taxes and reining in spending has got to accompany tax reductions and tax relief for Americas. And trade we’ve got to see trade as opportunity, not as a competitive scary thing. But 1 in 5 jobs being created in the trade sector today. We’ve got to look at that as more opportunity. All those things under the umbrella of job creation. This bailout is a part of that.