How many stamps does Sarah Palin have in her passport?

Sarah Palin's Passport. I think it tells a lot about a person and their ability to get along with different groups of people, cultures and diverse opinions on how many countries they have visited.

Asked By: kevdgolpe - 9/1/2008
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To all of you people who think that NOT owning a passport is not a big deal: think again. THINK about it... More
Answered By: April B - 9/3/2008
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Considering that she got it in 2007 for a trip where she went to Kuwait and German. So two.
Answered By: I buy my US Flag from China - 9/1/2008
Following your logic, repeated trips on Spring break to Cabo would qualify you on foreign policy. I think your thinking is in error. McCain in '08!
Answered By: Fossil - 9/1/2008
So does Obama's where he went to predominately Muslim countries that tells me alot about him.
Answered By: I wonder about that - 9/1/2008
In case you hadn´t noticed, Alaska is a very diverse state. Alaska is God´s country, why would you want to go anywhere else?
Answered By: Agent 99 - 9/1/2008
What does that say about them? The most famous man that ever lived and is still famous, loved and worshiped throughout the world today, after 2000 years, never traveled more than 200 miles from his own home.
Answered By: It's too damned hot! The Wiz - 9/1/2008
Pailn is only a strategy for McCain. It is supposed to win the women voters who are disgruntled about the Obama/Clinton battle. Pailin will have no real role, no real job in his cabinet. They already have a set agenda. Not even McCain has a lot to do.
Answered By: Bay Area CA Male - 9/1/2008
Havent asked her but at least she isnt country hopping at the taxpayers express so she can tell people that she has foreign experience like another candidate has been doingl
Answered By: ? - 9/1/2008
I am not really sure, but her job requires that she communicate with both Russia and Canada, along with other foreign countries, due to the oil in Alaska. Also, she is the commander of The National Guard in Alaska and has been with her troops in Kuwait. Her son will be deployed to Iraq soon, so she understands and... More
Answered By: Answers202 - 9/1/2008
Seems like a valid question to me. Foreign policy knowledge and/or experience should be a requirement for someone who wants to be the Vice President of the United States.
Answered By: randdeni - 9/1/2008
She doesn't carry a passport. She's never been out of the US. The trips to see the troops don't count because she travelled with the military.
Answered By: canucklehead1951 - 9/1/2008
her entire state has less than half the populace of the COUNTY I live in, i want to know how she can manage a large population and their needs, i could care less how many stamps she has in her passport.
Answered By: ? - 9/1/2008
I don't agree with you. I don't have a passport and I don't have a problem getting along with anyone. Shoot, the internet is your passport to the world if you want to have insight to the diversity of different peoples. It takes someone being able to empathize with people to understand where they are coming from.
Answered By: LisaP - 9/1/2008
Palin needs to take her family back to Alaska to take care of her mentally ill child an help her daughter to go through that emotional moment!What kind of mother is she? Regarding judgment! McCain was reckless. Endangering the country!
Answered By: foreign eyes - 9/1/2008
I traveled more than her.. Wow!
Answered By: Nick - 9/1/2008
she lived in alaska. how many people live there?
Answered By: jamie - 9/2/2008
Kuwait, Germany and Ireland. She doesn't sound interested in learning about other cultures, foreign affairs seems quite foreign to her.
Answered By: jazzabell00 - 9/2/2008
So you are saying that only members of foreign relation committees' are eligible for office? It is not a requirement for every governor/senator/congressman to frequently travel around the world. There is no rule that a VP candidate has to be a foreign policy expert. It is not a requirement for one person to be an... More
Answered By: TGB - 9/2/2008
To the idiot above who said this... More
Answered By: Yeah - 9/2/2008
Clearly recent history is not the OP's forte. As I recall this same argument was used against Clinton when he was running for office. Let's just say he made up for it along the way......
Answered By: Barry - 9/2/2008
Why are you trashing her? This is pathetic. there are even sites devoted to sarah palin dirt like is a disgusting example of what is wrong with liberals today.
Answered By: ES - 9/3/2008
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