Is she looking in her crystal ball?
Peering through the Hubbell telescope?
Looking through her moose-hunting-at-midnight binoculars?
This one will come back to haunt her. Surely, she cannot believe that. Come on... Alaska is still in the United States, isn't it? Detached. Yes, I know. Remote. Distant. But so far out of touch?
Well, perhaps we should ask her to define "victory."
You know? We can have victory against gangs and vandalism right here in Woodstock. All we have to do is triple taxes and put a cop on everyone's front doorstep. And maybe one inside each house.
Or we could pass concealed carry in Illinois, issue FOID cards with no fee, distribute a working firearm to every law-abiding citizen 18 or older and provide a free training program on responsible and legal use. I'd give crime in Woodstock about 72 hours, and then anyone could walk anywhere (the Square included) at any time of night or day.
Hmmm, maybe that would work in Iraq.
But will the Taliban run out of suicide bombers? Probably not any time soon. We don't understand how wars of religion work.
So, Sarah. Define "victory" for us. Maybe victory for Iraqis is when the United States ends its invasion of Iraq and withdraws. Is that "victory" (for them)?
Hey, I liked some of what Sarah said. And some of it I didn't. She read very well what the speechwriters put in front of her. She could have a career in Hollywood, if she doesn't make it as VP.
Oh, about having Levi Johnston there? Bad move.
Think about this. Take McCain out of the picture (stroke, dementia, whatever). On her own, at this time, is she the person to be top dog in the White House?
Mush, you huskies. Carry them back to the Yukon!