Sarah Palin: Basic Civics, Not Her Strong Suit

school-house-rock.jpgCriminy. The woman has been governor of Alaska for the last few years. 

She just finished a run at the Vice Presidency wherein, by admission of McCain campaign staffers, they tried to stuff her brain full of governmental knowledge in massive cram sessions for the Veep debate.

And THIS is what comes tra-la-ing out of Bailin’ Palin’s mouth on ABC?

But when I asked Palin if she ever decided to pursue national office again, as she did less than a year ago when she joined Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., in the race for the White House, wouldn’t she encounter the same political blood sport? Can such ugliness ever be avoided?

Palin said there is a difference between the White House and what she has experienced in Alaska. If she were in the White House the "department of law" would protect her from baseless ethical allegations.

"I think on a national level your department of law there in the White House would look at some of the things that we’ve been charged with and automatically throw them out," she said.

There is no "Department of Law" at the White House.

Why do I feel the need to express mail a copy of the full School House Rock cartoon DVDs to Palin with a lovely hand-penned card telling her to watch the whole thing and take notes?

"Department of Law." Robert Jackson is turning over in his grave right now.

Note to Sarah:  The Department of Justice are not the President’s own, personal attorneys, despite what Dick Cheney may have told you.  Read up on some basic civics before you hurt yourself.

 
95 Responses to "Sarah Palin: Basic Civics, Not Her Strong Suit"
Christy Hardin Smith | Tuesday July 7, 2009 07:57 am 1

The stupid. It burns.


Zombiebirdhouse | Tuesday July 7, 2009 08:04 am 2

School House Rock may be a bit advanced for Ms. Palin. Oh and let Sarah be Sarah! Also.


AZ Matt | Tuesday July 7, 2009 08:07 am 3
In response to Christy Hardin Smith @ 1

Moare than stupid but a great quote for when she tries running again!


Christy Hardin Smith | Tuesday July 7, 2009 08:12 am 4
In response to AZ Matt @ 3

You know, it’s possible she meant the White House Counsel’s office — but I have no fricking clue what she thinks they do if she thinks they spend all of their time running personal interference for presidential ethical violations. Because what that sounds like is she thinks she’d have permission to commit more of them — wrong-o.


MrWhy | Tuesday July 7, 2009 08:15 am 5

Has she been nicknamed Sarah Caldera yet?


AZ Matt | Tuesday July 7, 2009 08:17 am 6
In response to Christy Hardin Smith @ 4

I think she is refering to DOJ. Can you imagine how she would abuse the DOJ?!


Zombiebirdhouse | Tuesday July 7, 2009 08:22 am 7

There is a pattern as the recent revelations show that she thought that Steve Schmidt’s job during the campaign was to lie to protect her from her own history.


demi | Tuesday July 7, 2009 08:37 am 8

Oh, hey. I’m actually here in real time for a CHS thread.
Barracudas don’t have to actually know anything. They just go on instinct.
PS My sonny boy brought out his faux parchment copy of the Declaration of Independence on the 4th and was reading it aloud to me. He’d follow me around the house and say, “Listen to this part. Isn’t that cool?” I just love intelligent and curious people. *g*


Christy Hardin Smith | Tuesday July 7, 2009 08:46 am 9
In response to demi @ 8

I re-read the Declaration of Independence on the Fourth as well. Wish more folks did — it’s funny how so many of the things they fought for then still need public support now.


demi | Tuesday July 7, 2009 09:13 am 10
In response to Christy Hardin Smith @ 9

Oh, yes. We sure drag our feet about change.
And, it’s also interesting to note that children learn by their parents examples. That lucky Peanut is certainly in good hands. Don’t you feel kind of sorry for Sarah’s children? What are they learning?


Rayne | Tuesday July 7, 2009 09:41 am 11

Sweet jeebus. What a maroon. What a pity she’s replicated her genetic material.

When explaining Palin’s latest bit of stoopit to my teenager, she snarkily replied, “Didn’t we leave “departments of law” like this behind when we had a revolution?”


Mauimom | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:02 am 12

Calling her “bat-shit crazy” is an insult to bats everywhere.


earlofhuntingdon | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:03 am 13

Thank you. Giving advice to Ms. Palin is like Canute holding back the tide.

As for Ms. Palin, if a hunter alone in the political wilderness plings herself in the foot, does she make a sound?


JimWhite | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:04 am 14

I think we better watch what we say. When Sarah gets to the White House, she just might send the Department of Torture after us.

[I feel like I just returned from torture: two weeks in Jackson, MS in horse barns that weren’t air conditioned…]


ratfood | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:04 am 15

Just as George W. Bush made every one of his predecessors look smarter by comparison, Palin could do the same for him IF she becomes president. If that ever happens, I suggest we all close up shop and flee.


cbl2 | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:04 am 16

afternoon’ Christy and Firedogs -

Christy,
that pic was the first thing I saw – priceless and dead solid perfect


ThingsComeUndone | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:05 am 17

Question did Katie Couric ever get a straight answer from Sarah about what newspapers and magazines she read cause I’m pretty sure even Judy Miller’s editor would catch something like Dept of Law before it made press.


ratfood | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:06 am 18
In response to ThingsComeUndone @ 17

Has anyone ever gotten a straight answer from Sarah about anything?


bonkers | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:07 am 19
In response to Mauimom @ 12

and to shit.


KGENOCHS | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:08 am 20

Hold up there Tex.
While this isn’t really an excuse I think she was referring to Alaska’s Department of Law. That’s right the great state of Alaska does have a department of Law.
Here’s how the DOL describes itself:

The Department of Law is part of the executive branch of Alaska state government. The attorney general is the principal executive officer of the department, and is appointed by the governor of Alaska. The attorney general serves as the legal advisor for the governor and other state officers, prosecutes all violations of state criminal law, and enforces the consumer protection and unfair trade practices laws. The duties and powers of the attorney general are found in AS 44.23.020.

And while this is no excuse for not knowing there isn’t really a federal equivalent it does help to explain what at first blush seems an almost criminal lack of understanding.


hackworth1 | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:08 am 21

Palin is uneducated and not very bright. Her street smarts don’t do her any good where civics are concerned. That said, she saw Shrub and Cheney get away with murder, treason and wiretapping the entire country without warrants. She sees Obama and Holder covering their asses. She loves the Unitary Executive and she covets it.

She is dangerous and deranged. Someone else said it – Palin is Bush in a skirt.


BargainCountertenor | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:10 am 22
In response to ThingsComeUndone @ 17

Yes, she reads all of them. She said she did, is there any reason to doubt her words? She is Sarah-Barracuda Palin, after all.


ThingsComeUndone | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:10 am 23

Palin said there is a difference between the White House and what she has experienced in Alaska. If she were in the White House the “department of law” would protect her from baseless ethical allegations.

Baseless Ethical allegations really does Alaska let anyone even crazy people make complaints or is there evidence before Alaska investigates?


BargainCountertenor | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:11 am 24

Bat shit is useful stuff. Unlike bat-shit crazie.


nahant | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:11 am 25

Note to Sarah: The Department of Justice are not the President’s own, personal attorneys, despite what Dick Cheney may have told you. Read up on some basic civics before you hurt yourself.

All Repukes think the DOJ is their private Lawyer!! It is in their DNA!


Scarecrow | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:11 am 26

You’re being far to harsh on poor Sarah.

The basic idea that there should be a legal department in the WH is correct, it’s just called the WH Counsel’s Office.

And the notion that this office should examine legal issues that come before the WH and be willing to say “NO!” when something illegal is proposed, is a terrific idea. I just wish the White House would do this.


ThingsComeUndone | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:12 am 27
In response to ratfood @ 18

Not that we could understand I swear her and Bush without a script its like reading Mad Libs


GregB | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:13 am 28

In Sarah’s Bizarro World the law exists to protect the politicians from the people.

Cue Twilight Zone music.

-G


BargainCountertenor | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:13 am 29
In response to KGENOCHS @ 20

Wow. What a completely bat-shit crazy system. The same entity that would be charged with prosecuting unethical/illegal conduct is responsible for advising the Executive and its agencies?

Conflict of interest, much?


ThingsComeUndone | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:15 am 30
In response to BargainCountertenor @ 22

Sociopaths tell convincing lies they have no guilt.


ratfood | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:15 am 31
In response to ThingsComeUndone @ 27

Bush is slightly brighter than Palin and slightly more coherent. Granted that bar has been set so low an ant could crawl over it without scraping it’s belly…


Synoia | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:15 am 32

fixed

Read up on some basic civics before you hurt yourself us.


ghostof911 | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:15 am 33

Thanks for the Robert Johnson link, Christy. I’ll keep it handy to ward off bouts of depression.

When did we stop breeding people like him?


KGENOCHS | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:17 am 34
In response to BargainCountertenor @ 29

yeah, I must agree with you there. It seems completely counterintuitive.


Blub | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:17 am 35
In response to demi @ 10

please don’t tell me that she’s homeschooling ‘em.. ’cause that would be really really scary


ModerateRep | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:18 am 36

Agreed, Palin is definately a few sandwiches short of a picnic. Not to mention the alleged Wasilla Sports Complex scandal. She is a complete embarrassment and disgrace to the party, and we’ve seen when the going gets tough…she quits.


SouthernDragon | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:19 am 37
In response to Christy Hardin Smith @ 9

Oh, all that purfuit of happineff stuff?


ratfood | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:20 am 38
In response to ghostof911 @ 33

I think you mean Robert Jackson, although Robert Johnson is good too.


ThingsComeUndone | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:20 am 39
In response to GregB @ 28

Hubris Sarah, Bush they think they do God’s work and therefore nothing they do is ever wrong. Lawyers like Priests of old are suppose to sanction their crimes Rayne @11 her daughter had the right idea we had a revolution against a king because of that.


ratfood | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:21 am 40
In response to SouthernDragon @ 37

They had some good ideas but the founding fathers all suffered from a serious speech impediment.


RonD | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:22 am 41

If she were in the White House the “department of law” would protect her from baseless ethical allegations

And if that didn’t work, she could just send out the BATF. Sheesh.


demi | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:22 am 42
In response to ghostof911 @ 33

Actually, Robert Johnson is a blues singer. That works for bouts of depression also.


DrDave | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:22 am 43

I was going to write something but then I saw Christy’s comment. I can’t say it it four words or less :(


ratfood | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:23 am 44
In response to demi @ 42

Diet Pepsi, please.


SouthernDragon | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:23 am 45
In response to ratfood @ 38

They need to bring back those cop cars like the one shown early on. What’s a cop car good for if’n ya can’t stand on the running board while yer shootin’?


Blub | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:24 am 46
In response to AZ Matt @ 6

well.. the Justice Dept would certainly be asked to start up the Shannyn Moore Taskforce, the Levi Johnston Taskforce and the Walt Monegan Taskforce. Boy.. all those Federal agents would have to spend their time up in Alaska.


barbara | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:24 am 47

Bailin’ Palin. Sweet!!


demi | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:25 am 48
In response to Blub @ 35

Oh, yikes. Now that she doesn’t have a day job, maybe she will consider that home schooling thing. More scary stuff every day.
Wouldn’t you think her husband would wake up smart one morning and make some changes. If not for himself, for his kid(s).


ratfood | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:27 am 49
In response to SouthernDragon @ 45

Agreed. I think if Detroit would retool and start producing a lot of the old models people would buy them.

I’m just glad the cops haven’t put guns on things like this (yet).


demi | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:27 am 50
In response to ratfood @ 44

Here ya be. With lots of ice and a slice of lemon.


IntelVet | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:28 am 51

Why do I get the feeling that intellect is not a requirement to be an “R” president or vice?


ratfood | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:28 am 52
In response to demi @ 50

Thank ya, thank ya very much.:-)


SouthernDragon | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:30 am 53
In response to ratfood @ 49

Cool beans. Last model plane I had had wires connected to it. RM is so cool.


ratfood | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:32 am 54
In response to SouthernDragon @ 53

That chopper scares the hell out of me. Might not be as bad as getting hit by a full size rotor blade but it wouldn’t be fun.


cbl2 | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:33 am 55

lemme see

there’s a . . . .

Department of Crops

Department of Money

Department of Skools

Department of Work

Department of Zoom, Choo-Choo, and Beep Beep

Department of Guys Who Didn’t re-up

Department of Bidness

Department of Fighting

Department of Oil and Gas

Department of Band Aids and Welfare

although she’s unclear as to which of the 50 states Hilary is in charge of , and wonders why someone like Salazar is in charge of decorating


Badwater | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:34 am 56

Ah, the good old days…

John McCain’s retort, to questions of Sarah Palin’s qualifications to serve as president, “If they want to go down that route, in all candor, she has far, far more experience than Senator Obama does.”

Wonder if McCain is still willing to go down that route?


demi | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:34 am 57
In response to SouthernDragon @ 53

Because we live near the Pacoima Dam, there’s a large wash running down the foot hills. Not only do we have lots of hand gliders (one of the nation’s best spots) and baseball fields, we have a large RM toy planes and helicopters field. Bleachers and a canopy even. It’s great fun to watch them do their loopy-d-loops and such.


BargainCountertenor | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:35 am 58

You forgot the Department of Redundancy Division.


ratfood | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:35 am 59
In response to cbl2 @ 55

Doubt if she realizes that Cabinet Secretaries are in charge of anything. Probably thinks they’re there for dictation and answering the phone.


siri | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:36 am 60

“Read up on some basic civics before you hurt yourself.”
uuummmmmm, Christy, with all due respect, THAT train already left the station.
just sayin………………..


demi | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:37 am 61
In response to cbl2 @ 55

Um…Department of free slutty-like clothes and piggy lipstick.


Elliott | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:38 am 62

Department of Starbursts


oldtree | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:39 am 63

Do you think that the fellow that claimed to be her/a lawyer really is one? The statements didn’t seem like they were written by anyone with a legal background.


ratfood | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:39 am 64
In response to demi @ 61

She was wearing hip-waders while giving a statement yesterday. Probably a good choice for somebody who spouts so much bullshit.


ratfood | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:40 am 65
In response to Elliott @ 62

Yum!


JoeBuck | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:40 am 66

Palin isn’t necessarily wrong here. Clearly she was thinking of the Office of Legal Counsel. She’d just hire John Yoo back, tell her what kind of law she wants to have, and he’d write her a get-out-of-jail-free card. Then her supine Justice Department would follow the OLC dictates, and she’d use executive privilege to block all inquiries.

And she’d have plenty of briefs written by the Obama Justice Department to support all of this.


BargainCountertenor | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:41 am 67
In response to oldtree @ 63

Probably. Some lawyers are guides through the legal thicket, others are whores who do what they’re told to do.

Somehow, I don’t think that Sarah is the type to seek out the guide-type.


RonD | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:42 am 68

Of course Sarah Palin would want to protect herself from this:
Teddy Roosevelt:

“The President is merely the most important among a large number of public servants. He should be supported or opposed exactly to the degree which is warranted by his good conduct or bad conduct, his efficiency or inefficiency in rendering loyal, able, and disinterested service to the Nation as a whole. Therefore it is absolutely necessary that there should be full liberty to tell the truth about his acts, and this means that it is exactly necessary to blame him when he does wrong as to praise him when he does right. Any other attitude in an American citizen is both base and servile. To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public. Nothing but the truth should be spoken about him or any one else. But it is even more important to tell the truth, pleasant or unpleasant, about him than about any one else.”

Theodore Roosevelt
- The Kansas City Star, May 7, 1918

Deapartment of Law, huh, Sarah?


cbl2 | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:43 am 69
In response to ratfood @ 59

right arm. a good bet she couldn’t name most of the Cabinet level Departments or correctly guess the number of SCOTUS justices

but I’m an elitist librul


Twain | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:44 am 70

The really scary part about Sarah is that she doesn’t have any idea how stupid she is. She just sails on as if she can never be wrong. People like that are very dangerous – those who never doubt themselves.


ratfood | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:44 am 71
In response to RonD @ 68

In the wingnut version of truth, reality rearranges itself to resemble whatever they say, which means they cannot tell a lie.


Sufilizard2 | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:45 am 72

The scary thing is, I wouldn’t rule out the possibility of a Sarah Palin presidency some day. Remember how bad George W. was and still managed to server two terms.

We probably need to have our back-up escape plans in order just in case. Though its hard to think of any place on earth that would be safe from a Palin administration.


DrDave | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:47 am 73

Oh wait–
There’s so much stupid, and it burns like the heat of a thousand suns.
H/T plognark


PascoBill | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:48 am 74
In response to KGENOCHS @ 20

This is the same mistake / misinterpretation that was made when Gov. Palin said that the constitution stated that a marriage was between a man and a woman – and in the Alaskan constitution, it does say just that. She just seems to see everything from her Alaskan perspective, she doesn’t draw the distinction when answering questions, and possibly doesn’t know or care how the “feds” do things.


RonD | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:51 am 75
In response to ratfood @ 71

Their cause is just, therefore anything they say or do in the service of the cause is just.


oldtree | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:53 am 76
In response to BargainCountertenor @ 67

Figure she wrote it and oversaw from over the shoulder, the editing of the final statement? What a mouthpiece is right. Not quite an ambulance chaser due to lack of ambition or standards?


demi | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:53 am 77
In response to ratfood @ 64

Along with everything else weird about that woman, she certainly has a different, ie. strange to me, fashion sense. And, I’m no clothes horse.


ratfood | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:55 am 78
In response to cbl2 @ 69

I’d bet she and most of her followers can’t name the three major branches of government. We already know she couldn’t name the countries in NAFTA.


Sufilizard2 | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:57 am 79
In response to PascoBill @ 74

In all seriousness, I wonder if she even understands the difference between local, state and federal governments.


ratfood | Tuesday July 7, 2009 10:59 am 80
In response to RonD @ 75

They are end justifies any means folk, which is a trait shared with many evangelicals I’ve met. They consider deceptive practices perfectly acceptable when used to bring people to their Lord.


demi | Tuesday July 7, 2009 11:01 am 81

How can someone see Russia from their front porch, but not see the difference between the way Alaska and the Federal Government are designed?


tejanarusa | Tuesday July 7, 2009 11:01 am 82

If a thousand or so folks sent her the Schoolhouse Rock DVD, do you think she would “get”it?

Sigh. Interesting that Alaska does have a “Dpt. of Law.” Even if she was thinking of WH Counsel, the part that got me, that shows the major warp of understanding, was the part where the “DOL” would

look at some of the things that we’ve been charged with and automatically throw them out,” she said

[my italics]
Like her lawyers would get to decide what was valid, instead of a court and a jury. That’s such a profoundly un-American thought, I can hardly get my head around it. And after the past 8 years, that’s saying something.


kidcharles | Tuesday July 7, 2009 11:08 am 83

I’m actually delightfully surprised that the article immediately clarified that what she said was incorrect. The stenographer model of journalism that seems to be so en vogue would dictate that you simply allow her to say what she says and report it uncritically.


maggiesboy | Tuesday July 7, 2009 11:13 am 84

Someone needs to explain the difference between kingdom and country to Palin


Hugh | Tuesday July 7, 2009 11:22 am 85

Palin is an idiot but let’s face it 90% of those in Congress are. Look to at Joe Biden who can scarcely open his mouth without saying something completely goofy. We live in the Age of Stupid. Palin is not an aberration. She is the norm.


PPDCUS | Tuesday July 7, 2009 11:28 am 86

Thanks, Christy. Robert Johnson would recognize the Sarah Palin Derangement Syndrome all too well.

Unfortunately, the republican right wields power without regard to the Constitution and rule of law. Palin exemplifies this alternative universe where Justice is an avenging angel to advance their political & moral agenda, not a blindfolded woman evaluating admissable evidence or balancing the validity of competing interests under Law.

This strikes me as nothing less than a 21st century War between the States … of mind.


PPDCUS | Tuesday July 7, 2009 11:31 am 87

Sorry — Robert Jackson would recognize the Sarah Palin Derangement Syndrome all too well.


KGENOCHS | Tuesday July 7, 2009 11:33 am 88
In response to PascoBill @ 74

Like I said, I’m not giving her an out, just suggesting she wasn’t creating an Dept. of Law out of wholecloth.


maggiesboy | Tuesday July 7, 2009 11:49 am 89
In response to KGENOCHS @ 88

..and you are right to do so. It’s OK to be critical but when you lose civility you’ve lost the argument imho. It’s too bad the original story wasn’t prefaced with that information as it would have set up a different tone for the thread. I wouldn’t be surprised to find out she thinks there is a Dept of Law at the federal level. After all she had to ask what the duties of the VP were!


Rayne | Tuesday July 7, 2009 11:51 am 90
In response to KGENOCHS @ 88

The only thing the dingbat didn’t make up out of whole cloth is the title of a department within Alaska’s state government.

She has absolutely no ken of the role of the White House Counsel, the U.S. Department of Justice, or the White House Chief of Staff do, let alone what her personal attorney might do were the universe to implode and permit this hare-brain to become POTUS.

Nor has she ever grokked what the First Amendment permits of citizens when they speak of elected officials and public figures, especially those with the chutzpah to accept a seat on the presidential ticket as running mate.

She continues to prove every time she opens her mouth that she is not a viable candidate for national office. God help Alaska if they ever give her the opportunity to be more than a dog catcher ever again.


earlofhuntingdon | Tuesday July 7, 2009 01:08 pm 91

After eight years of Bush and Cheney and Karl Rove and Fox, haven’t we had enough of this business of re-interpreting what politicians say?

Ms. Palin, for example, said what she said, however inartful or imprecise or wrong, it’s what she said. If she didn’t understand a basic rule of law of high school civics, that’s news, not what pundits think she meant – that’s spin and cover for a fool.

If she thinks some non-existent department or legal rule will cover for her like Fox Noise, as if it were a government propaganda department, she may accurately reflect, in her idiosyncratic shorthand, what the GOP understands is the role of the DoJ. But it’s another demonstrable reason she should not hold public office.


MarinCoUSA | Tuesday July 7, 2009 02:03 pm 92

God! Somebody shoot me in the face. This woman’s ignorance would embarrass sack of hammers.

Run Sarah Run. No, please. Run!


PPDCUS | Tuesday July 7, 2009 02:13 pm 93
In response to earlofhuntingdon @ 91

Law & Order – Extra Special Victims Unit

Palin’s problem occurs when something she says or does crosses over into the alternate reality where the real problems of governance & public administration are dealt with. It’s not a rare syndrome for politicians, although she has an advanced case.

What was most ironic about last Friday’s press conference & subsequent statements was how her resignation is everyone else’s fault and how her choice was solely about what was in the best interest of the people of Alaska. She was right about one thing, but surely not in the way she intended:

In the Tour de Farce between future, former Governor Palin’s ambition and her incompetence, Alaska is the big winner of this stage.


Winski | Tuesday July 7, 2009 02:40 pm 94

S T U P I D !!!!!!

Only word that can possibly apply…..


Leen | Tuesday July 7, 2009 07:16 pm 95

Pissed off Patricia over at Washington note stated a while back “every time Sarah speaks we all feel smarter”

I think that about covers it


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