"I think [Palin] has pretty thoroughly and probably irretrievably proven that she is not up to the job of being president of the United States. If she doesn’t perform well, then people see it. And this is a moment of real high anxiety, a little bit like 9/11, when people look to Washington for comfort and leadership and want to know that people in charge know what they are doing," - David Frum.

I'm unsure, at this point, if she could pass a citizenship test.

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