Sarah Palin's appearance today on Fox New Sunday underscores why she shouldn't run or be President, she is a well intentioned person but doesn't have the assets to be President. Ms. Palin's depth of knowledge on policy on issues concerning the nation is hugely inadequate, her decision making process is inferior as well as is her judgment! Some people like to call her brilliant at best she is only of ordinary intelligence which can be deduced by examining her often disjointed and "not very clear" responses and gaffes. These assessments of Ms. Palin can quite often become evident if one gets her off her recitation of Tea-party and Right Wing talking points! Let's examine the Chris Wallace interview. Ms. Palin said she wouldn't vote for any legislation raising the debt limit, things will be okay the federal government need only use the money coming into the Treasury to pay the nation's debt payments first and then prioritize spending; this years budget deficit is around $ 1.4 trillion over thirty-five percent of all federal spending the Federal Government can't just prioritize spending vital parts of the federal government won't be paid for and continued if this decision is followed. Ms. Palin in part blames the current dismal job and economic situation on quantitative easing by the Federal Reserve Board, she obviously has only a surface understanding of this issue; the purchase by the Fed of Treasury and Fannie Mae bonds over the last six months or so has yes freed up a lot of other private money that would have otherwise gone to buy these bonds but look at the positive developments from this it has kept interest rates low (housing, auto, etc.) and it has greatly helped big business borrow money relatively cheaply and in many cases borrow money at all (especially businesses that own real estate) most importantly returning many of these businesses to sound financial health - the criticism that this quantitative easing is responsible for sky high commodity prices is the biggest crock of rubbish it deserves to go down in history as such, shortage of supply relative to demand is the reason and authorities better get on the job about increasing supply or America will have a severe crisis on its hands; Sarah Palin is worried about QE3 well I'll tell you smart Americans are worried about Tea Party 3 - overall this movement has the judgment of dangerous idiots it needs to go away quickly and permanently! Sarah Palin said to Mr. Wallace the U.S. should get out of its military involvement in Libya because the Libya conflict is a civil war. This remark shows clearly she doesn't have the knowledge to be President. Libya is no more a civil war situation than the ouster of Mubarek in Egypt was a civil war situation. Libya is a populist uprising to oust a brutal dictator, Moammar Gadhafi, and end his police state; it is a chance for America and people of good will throughout the world to help a people to obtain their freedom and a people who live in a country that has a lot of natural resource wealth which could provide the means to create a good, prosperous, high quality standard of living country on a continent that being Africa that has largely known suffering, poverty, violence and failed states for centuries; these times with respect to Libya provide an historic opportunity to make a significant change for the course of human history for the better it would be off the charts shameful if America walks away from Libya. Sarah Palin told Mr. Wallace that she fully backs Congressman Paul Ryan's plan to turn Medicare into a senior citizens health insurance premium support program where seniors would be left on their own to find private health insurance to meet their needs, the government health insurance provider for seniors known as Medicare would no longer exist. Ms. Palin clearly does not have a sophisticated or in depth knowledge of this subject which a good candidate for President should have; health care provider charges keep going up for private health insurance carriers higher than the inflation rate so these carriers costs would be higher than the yearly increases in government premium support payments (and because these carriers would be passing on their increased costs seniors would have to pay more over time) and one can multiply this problem ten fold because medicare today tells health care provider how much they will get for providing a service doing away with Medicare and this cost control mechanism will send senior health insurance providers bills through the ceiling - if America thinks it has an uninsured problem today wait a few years after the Paul Ryan plan goes into effect when high numbers of seniors have joined the uninsured rolls and as is well known seniors because of their age have a high need for medical services - does anyone want to say America will be jumping from the pot into the fire!