That's the title, exclamation point included, of a YouTubed interview with Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin that is making the rounds. Why? At two minutes and 40 seconds, a postcard-sized Israeli flag is visible near the window of her office, which the Republican Jewish Coalition says shows the vice presidential nominee's "commitment to the Jewish community."
The group also commends her "strong working relationship'' with the Jewish residents of Alaska. All 12 of them.
(Actually, there are 4,500-5,000 Jews in the state, according to the Alaska Jewish Historical Museum.)
On the other side of the political spectrum, the National Jewish Democratic Council is using Palin in a fundraising appeal, citing her "zero foreign policy experience."