They've got to lock her in a room until the vice presidential debates and cram her on foreign policy factoids.
She'll show up at the V.P. debates with some talking points and a few crowd-pleasing zingers. It will be very well scripted.
If there's a question she won't know the answer to, she'll just play it like, "Well, I'm not a Washington insider, but little ole' me is just the average person who has a lot of common sense and I think we can find the answers to these issues together..." Blah blah blah.
From Los Angeles Times:
Three of the four now-official candidates on the major-party presidential tickets are scheduled to sit down for questions: Democrat Barack Obama on ABC's "This Week," his running mate, Joe Biden, on NBC's "Meet the Press" and Republican John McCain on CBS' "Face the Nation."
Absent from this list, of course, is the GOP's star of the moment, the not-so-long-ago obscure governor of Alaska who is McCain's running mate, Sarah Palin.
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