Here she is, on the spot, not responding to Katie Couric:
"I'll try to find you some [examples], and I'll bring them to you."
And that, the night before we hear that the McCain campaign is trying to rearrange the debates so that Palin would not be up next Friday.
ADDED: Some people think my comment is too terse or too vague. Sorry, but I thought Palin's response Couric was painfully awkward. (I really don't care about Couric's problems.) Palin had a substantial knowledge gap, and she didn't know how to hide it. It felt too much like the possibly forgivable "In what respect, Charlie?" And when combined with the news that the campaign seemed to be finagling to move the VP debate to a later time, it made her look they way her opponents have been trying to paint her: unprepared and weak. It's really not good enough.