Friday, September 26, 2008

It's Like an SNL Skit, Only Real

12 comments:

Wall said...

One can only hope that she becomes President. A person with that intellect will have no desire to create an empire. Moreover, a person of her mental abilities is likely to favor America and Americans before foreign lands. The logic is twisted, but it works for me.

bobvis said...

She should probably stick to prepared speeches.

Actually, this is something she should have been prepped on. She should have had the answer to this memorized beforehand.

jewish philosopher said...

Sarah would make a good Secretary of Lipstick. I really want Piper Palin for Vice President. She is so cute and my daughters could appreciate her.

Lubab No More said...

What's amazing about the video is that a woman, Katie Couric, conducted the interview. Couric was able to be brutal in questioning Palin without Palin getting any sympathy for being "harassed by a man". Sexism is removed from the equation and Palin is left to stand on her own two feet.

Comrade Kevin said...

Surprised? Not me.

CyberKitten said...

The phrase "...box of rocks" comes to mind.

Jewish Atheist said...

Surprised? Not me.

Yes. I went in with low expectations, but I was genuinely shocked. This is much, much worse than I thought. She's a joke, and McCain's pick of her was the quintessential politics-ahead-of-country move. There's just no way you can care about national security and put her a heartbeat away from the presidency.

Margo said...

It makes me feel ill to think that she could become the President and that there are people who actually want this.
What a terrible decision.

Foilwoman said...

SNL did a skit on that last night. It wasn't as painfully funny as the actual interview.

Baconeater said...

Sarah Palin is a post turtle
If she is reflective of the Republican's decision making process, and it seems that is the case, the Repubs should get punished by voters on that alone.

Kylopod said...

I don't have my mouth open during SNL skits.

CyberKitten said...

She sounds like a caring person who women should definitely vote for:

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/09/26/opinion/26fri4.html?