Mediaite has tipped me off to the latest in Palinisms. In an interview with Bill O’Reilly, 2012 presidential contender Sarah Palin makes an attempt to set a new world record in sentence length: Bill O’Reilly: So why do you think America is a Christian nation?
Just one year ago, Sarah Palin was still a Vice Presidential candidate, doing her darndest to scramble back up the pebbly slope to Victory. Her lunge 367 days ago: There’s a place in Hell reserved for women who don’t support other women. Are we in
This past March, I looked into the number of searches made by people looking for various forms of gear at CafePress featuring the names of various possible Republican presidential contenders for 2012. (If you log in to CafePress.com, you can find out how many people
2008 marked the advent of Sarah Palin as the Republican Vice Presidential candidate. In 2008, the name Sarah fell to its lowest level of popularity for baby girls in a quarter of a century. Coincidence?
In her farewell speech on Sunday, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin finally explained to the world why she resigned: We are here today at a “changing of the guard.” Now, knowing how much I love this state – some still choose not to hear why
“How about in honor of the American soldier you quit making things up. And don’t underestimating the wisdom of the American people.” — Sarah Palin, July 26, 2009 That’s right: if you say nasty things about Sarah Palin, somewhere an American soldier cries.
Sarah Palin has linked from her facebook page and her SarahPAC fundraising website to a blogger’s musing that recent events: lead one to believe that she is indeed planning to do what she must: build an independent conservative movement and take this nation back from
Sarah Palin is explaining herself on Facebook. The Associated Press writes, “Palin’s spokeswoman, Meghan Stapleton, confirmed Palin wrote the entry.” Such disclosure is unnecessary; no ghostwriting consultant could have manufactured the glittering rhinestones that stud her essay: On this Independence Day, I am so very
If the reports are true and Sarah Palin is set to resign as Governor of Alaska, then surely she cannot be in the running any longer for a 2012 Republican Party presidential spot. If her level of experience was unsatisfying to the nation’s voters, six
“If Americans are paying attention, unfortunately, our country could evolve into something that we do not even recognize, certainly that is so far from what the founders of our countries had in mind for us.” — Sarah Palin, Monday June 8, 2009
Remember back in the fall of 2008, how the handlers of Sarah Palin groped about desperately, trying to find evidence of any accomplishment of hers in office? Republican front operations like “CNSNews” thought they had a good “accomplishment” to talk about: the natural gas pipeline