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Compare Charlie Gibson’s Obama questions to his Palin questions

No bias or favoritism here. Nope, not one bit:

Obama interview:

How does it feel to break a glass ceiling?
How does it feel to “win”?
How does your family feel about your “winning” breaking a glass ceiling?
Who will be your VP?
Should you choose Hillary Clinton as VP?
Will you accept public finance?
What issues is your campaign about?
Will you visit Iraq?
Will you debate McCain at a town hall?
What did you think of your competitor’s [Clinton] speech?

Palin interview:

Do you have enough qualifications for the job you’re seeking? Specifically have you visited foreign countries and met foreign leaders?
Aren’t you conceited to be seeking this high level job?
Questions about foreign policy
-territorial integrity of Georgia
-allowing Georgia and Ukraine to be members of NATO
-NATO treaty
-Iranian nuclear threat
-what to do if Israel attacks Iran
-Al Qaeda motivations
-the Bush Doctrine
-attacking terrorists harbored by Pakistan
Is America fighting a holy war? [misquoted Palin]

4 Responses to “Compare Charlie Gibson’s Obama questions to his Palin questions”

  • Sep
    12
    2008

    Charlie Gibson is a liberal tool.

  • Sep
    13
    2008

    […] only when you compare his interview with Barack Obama, and especially his interview with a truly unqualified John Edwards in 2004, in which the toughest […]

  • Sep
    15
    2008

    […] Jon Ham compares the questions Palin got from Gibson to those Barack Obama got from him. I’m shocked, SHOCKED to find Gibson a card-carrying member of the ObamiNation. […]

  • Sep
    15
    2008

    The Morni…er, Afternoon Scramble – 9/15/2008…

    I’m back, tanned, not-quite-rested, and ready. Of course, if I were still in Phoenix instead of cool-and-just-now-drying-out Milwaukee, this wouldn’t be an afternoon version.

    There’s too much goodness for a one-parter today,……

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