Palin, recharged after last week's debate against Democratic vice presidential nominee Joe Biden, is animating the party's conservative wing with harsh attacks against Obama. She's courting high-dollar donors for campaign cash. And she is looking to wrestle away women and independent voters from the Democrats.
"The heels are on, the gloves are off," she declares, a threat delivered with a smile.
Tough talk from a nitwit who's afraid of people asking her questions.
Rick Davis, campaign manager for Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., just told Fox News Channel's Chris Wallace that McCain running mate Gov. Sarah Palin won't subject herself to any tough questions from reporters "until the point in time when she'll be treated with respect and deference…"
"Sarah Palin will have the opportinity to speak to the American people," Davis said. "She will do interviews, but she'll do them on the terms and conditions" the campaign decides.
She's a regular ol' pit bull, all right!
Grrrrrrrr! Wink! Wink! Grrrrrr!
Unless that mean Katie Couric scares her with impossible to answer hard-ball questions like, "What newspapers or magazines do you read?"
It's no surprise McCain had to go all the way to Wasilla, Alaska to find someone this stupid.