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Dick Cheney not sold on Sarah Palin presidency

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(Read caption) Former Vice President Dick Cheney (right) didn't indicate if he thought former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin was qualified to be President of the United States. Cheney was appearing on ABC's This Week.

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Is Sarah Palin qualified to be president? Former Vice President Dick Cheney answered that question with an artful dodge this morning when he appeared on ABC's This Week (see video below).

"I haven't made a decision yet on whom I'm going to support for president next time around," he said to host Jonathan Karl. "Whoever it is is going to have to prove themselves capable of being President of the United States."

"And those tests will come during the course of the campaigns obviously," he continued. "I think all of the prospective candidates out there have a lot of work to do if in fact they are going to persuade a majority of Americans that they are ready to take on the world's toughest job."

You didn't think you'd get a yes or no on that question, did you? Come on.

Everyone's talking about Sarah

That makes two vice presidents who discussed Palin this week. Vice President Biden played the dodge ball game as well when asked about the former Alaskan governor.

He told Larry King that she had a "great personality." Once he tried to go beyond that, he started stammering.

Palin's old running mate John McCain discussed her too. Although he didn't mince words.

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He growled at reporters when asked about Palin's Tea Party speech and her use of crib notes which were written on her palm. To him it was no different that President Obama's use of a teleprompter. Check out the video here.

Even Joe the Plumber's talking about Sarah. But he doesn't like her anymore. We told you about that yesterday.

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