…how excited I felt when I found this:
I particularly like this line:
Palin: “Now, what I’ve done as a governor and as a mayor is (inaudible)…” Or, perhaps, a void is indescribable.
And what does this mean? “…we need to be appreciative of John McCain’s call for reform with Fannie Mae, with Freddie Mac, with the mortgage-lenders, too, who were starting to really kind of rear that head of abuse.” (R)ear that head of abuse? Is that what happens when Putin “rears” up and crosses into Alaskan airspace?
I think this might be what’s called a Freudian slip: “It’s a toxic mess, really, on Main Street that’s affecting Wall Street.”
During the debate, I was confused when I heard this line: “John McCain is right there with an “all of the above” approach to deal with climate change impacts.” Having read through the transcript, and seen that the “all of the above approach” is mentioned three times by Palin, I am not much clearer. I’m guessing, though, that she likes multiple choice tests.
There’s more, but to finish: “Oh, yeah, it’s so obvious I’m a Washington outsider.” Please, American voters, keep it that way.