Q: What is your foreign policy experience?
Alaska Oil and coal? Of course, it's a fungible commodity and they are right there, they are right next to our state. He's got the track record of the public trust. And that is what America needs today. I'll try to kind of grab it all or capture it all or capture it all or capture it all and pretend like they have all the time, I'll tell you, I still can't answer that question until somebody answers for me what is it exactly that the lobbyists play in an issue like this also. And in that cronyism it's symptomatic of the message that Americans are getting sick and tired of politics as usual, that embracing of the American people.
Q: What is the role of the US in Iraq and Afghanistan?
Iraq and Afghanistan will lead to war and it doesn't have to lead, as I said, to a Cold War, but economic sanctions, diplomatic pressure, again, counting on our allies to help us do that in this mission of keeping our eye on Russia. And, you're in Alaska. We have got to count on our allies to keep an eye on Russia. And, you're in Alaska. We have trade missions back and look at track records and see who's more apt to be vigilant. We have got to put the pressure on Iran and we need to reform government. We have opportunity for a healthier, safer, more prosperous and energy-independent nation at this time.
Of course, these answers are "computer generated based on probabilities calculated from Sarah Palin's actual speech". They sound scarily real, though.