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Katie Couric Sarah Palin Interview Transcript

Here’s a transcript of Katie Couric’s interview with Sarah Palin, from September 24 and September 25, 2008

Katie Couric: Governor Palin, could you explain specifically how Alaska’s proximity to Russia gives you experience in international affairs?

Governor Sarah Palin: When you even consider national security issues with Russia as Putin rears his head and comes into the airspace of the United States of America, Where do they go? It’s Alaska, it’s right over the border, it is from Alaska that we send those out to make sure that an eye is being kept on this powerful nation, Russia, because they are right there, they are next to our state which is Alaska, the state closest to Russia, a country that is very big and large with large and big apparatus of the military, so as governor of Alaska I have the experience of keeping an eye out there for Putin’s head rear, which I do, and I’m ready to call out the national guard, which I have the power to do as governor, if Putin flies over to attack us, so why would someone make fun of, I mean, well, ya, it’s like so like, ya, the media- you know how they are, and I know who the good guys are and the bad guys are, so what I like to do Katie is I like to root for the good guys and support them and try not to root for the bad guys that could fly over into Alaska and if they do I have the experience to stop them which I can get ya more information on for ya soon Katie and I did put that jet on Ebay Katie and I told congress thanks but no thanks with that bridge to nowhere I supported, because really, when you even consider national security issues with Russia as Putin rears his head and comes into the airspace of the United States of America, Where do they go? It’s Alaska, it’s right over the border, it is from Alaska that we send those out to make sure that an eye is being kept on this powerful nation, Russia, because they are right there, they are next to our state which is Alaska, the state closest to Russia, a country that is very big and large with large and big apparatus of the military, so as governor of Alaska I have the experience of keeping an eye out there for Putin’s head rear, which I do, and I’m ready to call out the national guard, which I have the power to do as governor, if Putin flies over to attack us, so why would someone make fun of, I mean, well, ya, it’s like so like, ya, the media- you know how they are, and I know who the good guys are and the bad guys are, so what I like to do Katie is I like to root for the good guys and support them and try not to root for the bad guys that could fly over into Alaska and if they do I have the experience to stop them which I can get ya more information on for ya soon Katie, ok? And I put that jet on ebay and told congress thanks but no thanks about that bridge to nowhere. Katie? Are you awake?

Katie Couric: Hmm? So that must be what Charlie Gibson meant about a “blizzard of words”… I don’t even remember what question you were answering. Well, um, thank you for joining us today.

Sarah Palin: Yah, sure Katie, you betcha now okay bye bye.

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