Palin says she is not discouraged about the polls because she is "putting this in God's hands, the right thing for America will be done at the end of the day on Nov. 4." Echoing the statement was one of her supporters that said she is "filled with the holy spirit."
Maybe the holy spirit could infuse her with some education?
Palin still has no idea what her prospective job entails.
In an interview with a local Colorado TV station, Palin said the vice president is "in charge of the United States Senate" and "can really get in there with the senators and make a lot of good policy changes."
The confusion on display in Palin's interview this week suggests that she may still be wondering, as she was in July just what the VP does, anyway.
Palin also apparently did little to study up after fumbling a question about her prospective duties during this month's debate with Democratic VP nominee Joe Biden.
Article I of the US Constitution establishes the framework for the House and Senate and establishes the vice president's limited position therein. There is essentially no flexibility or ambiguity regarding the VP's position, and the office is mentioned only twice. The Vice President of the United States shall be President of the Senate, but shall have no vote, unless they be equally divided.
Yea, I'd like to see her "really get in there" with Harry Reid and a Democratic Senate.
Chris Matthews asked McCain spokeswoman Nancy Pfotenhauer to define the duties of the Vice President, she didn't know. What a bunch of dolts!!
"Simply put," said Matthews as he asked McCain spokeswoman Nancy Pfotenhauer to define the duties of the Vice President, "either a person understands the role of the Vice President or they don't."
"I'm not a constitutional scholar," Pfotenhauer said