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An interesting nugget from her ABC interview is that she's been on the phone with Saakashvili, and that she committed her full support.

Saakashvili, whose country employs McCain foreign policy advisors as lobbyists.

Why, at the very outset of a much needed educational process, was she on the phone, MAKING PERSONAL COMMITMENTS, with this foreign power? Because she has had a chance to form her own opinion? Because it's right for the country for her to get morally locked into a position now? Or because it fit someone's neocon agenda to tie her down now?

An interesting nugget from her ABC interview is that she's been on the phone with Saakashvili, and that she committed her full support.

Saakashvili, whose country employs McCain foreign policy advisors as lobbyists.

Why, at the very outset of a much needed educational process, was she on the phone, MAKING PERSONAL COMMITMENTS, with this foreign power? Because she has had a chance to form her own opinion? Because it's right for the country for her to get morally locked into a position now? Or because it fit someone's neocon agenda to tie her down now?

Originally posted to oldandcranky on Thu Sep 11, 2008 at 07:44 PM PDT.

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