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September 25, 2008

What did Sarah Palin talk to Kissinger about?
Posted by Max Bergmann

Clearly not Iran. In her meeting/photo op with Henry Kissinger Iran was clearly must not have been discussed. Henry Kissinger, along with Colin Powell and James Baker, all support talks without preconditions with Iran. Palin went on to call Senator Obama "beyond naive." Strong words from someone who has absolutely no idea what she is talking about. McCain's decision to put her a heartbeat away may be one of the most reckless decisions ever made by a presidential candidate.


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It appears that Palin also has ignored Kissinger's advice that the United States should stay out of Russia's regional conflicts. Palin continued her Cold War rhetoric with the moronic statement to Couric about how Putin rears his head by flights over Alaska.

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