Palin Contradicts McCain's Pakistan Policy

When she wasn't getting coached by Charles Gibson, or refusing to answer his questions, Sarah Palin directly contradicted her own candidate by saying she would do whatever it takes to stop terrorists in Pakistan:

We must do whatever it takes, and we must not blink, Charlie. in making the tough decisions of where we go, and even who we target.

Her running-mate, John McCain, said the exact opposite this summer, preferring not to irk the Pakistani Government by going after Osama Bin Laden:

I'm not going to go there. And here's why, because Pakistan is a sovereign nation.

A closer look shows that Palin is actually perfectly in-sync with Barack Obama, who said last year:

They are plotting to strike again... If we have actionable intelligence about high-value terrorist targets and President Musharraf won't act, we will.

So when she's not threatening war with Russia, or forgetting the Bush Doctrine, she's contradicting her own candidate and agreeing with the opposition? Seriously this is just sad.