Pakistan’s President Zardari Gushes over Sarah Palin

By Kate Linthicum

Courtesy and Thanks: The Los Angeles Times

September 25, 2008

Sarah Palin’s meeting in New York this morning with Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari — part of her crash course in foreign affairs — began innocuously enough.

“So nice to meet you,” she told him, according to the pool report filed by CNN, and he responded in kind.

Simple, civil salutations. But Zardari soon steered the conversation in a direction that would make Campbell Brown, the CNN anchor who Tuesday called John McCain’s campaign aides sexist, cringe and cry chauvinism. Here is the exchange:

ZARDARI: “You are even more gorgeous than you are on the (inaudible).”

PALIN: “You are so nice. Thank you.”

ZARDARI: “Now I know why the whole of America is crazy about you.”

[A Zardari handler tells the two to shake hands again for the cameras.]

PALIN: “I’m supposed to pose again.”

ZARDARI: “If he’s insisting, I might hug.”

At that point, the pool reporter was escorted from the room.

Courtesy and Thanks: The Los Angeles Times

http://www.bbc.co.uk/urdu/miscellaneous/story/2007/09/070904_ku_ajmal_kamal_sen.shtml

5 thoughts on “Pakistan’s President Zardari Gushes over Sarah Palin”

  1. how are you, long time not meet me but i prayer your long life and good health.
    kindly make progaram for (omra)
    thanks
    best regards
    abdul jabbar soomro (shikarpur)
    still work in (k.s.a jeddah)
    zamjabbar@yahoo.com

  2. Puttin his ex wife’s pic right on the top of the podium and talkin all the emotional crap. He made all the leaders of the world listen to his stupid (not ending) 25 minutes of praise to his wife while completely forgettin to fight for his country’s support.

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