She's feisty, she's tough, she can stand up to the good ole boys—or so they claim.
For someone who claims to be a fighter and a stand-up gal, Palin isn't living up to the hype. If she were, she might hold a press conference or sit down for a Sunday morning political show.
But no. Palin's hiding from the press, mean people who might ask her hard and unfair questions about, say, foreign policy, or John McCain's call for comprehensive immigration reform.
Press reports today say that the new VP nominee will be taking two weeks off to, well, to study the issues so she'll know what she thinks about national and international issues.
Yet Oklahoma Republicans—most of whom knew little or nothing about Palin a few days ago—are embracing an inexperienced and untested Alaska pol who's record is full of flip-flops as the Second Coming of Ronald Reagan.