Wednesday, October 22, 2008

What a vote of confidence

When George Bush refused to appear alone before the 9/11 Commission, his critics assumed it was because he needed Dick Cheney to guide him through his testimony. In an interview with Don Imus this morning, McCain said that Palin "did fine" in interviews with Charlie Gibson and Katie Couric, yet she needed McCain with her in first interview since the Couric interview. I can't be the only person to have a feeling of deja vu. Of course, we always knew that Cheney would be there if Bush needed a steady hand in tough times. Obviously, if Palin ever needs McCain's steadying influence,* McCain won't be there.

Though Ben smith chose to focus on Imus' racial gripe, it's worth the time to listen to the interview. McCain seems to think that things are going well in the struggle against terrorism.

*That's a scary thought.

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