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Palin Takes Aim at Couric

Posted on Oct 3, 2008

After clearing the hurdle that was Thursday night’s vice presidential debate, Republican VP hopeful Sarah Palin flipped into damage control mode during an on-screen chat with Fox News’ Carl Cameron on Friday, insinuating that Katie Couric had treated her unfairly in her recent interview with the CBS anchor and—you betcha!—coming up with some answers to two of Couric’s questions that had previously seemed to stump her.

ABC News’ “Political Punch” blog:

Cameron told her that some observers, pleased with her debate performance, asked, “Where was this Sarah Palin in the interview with Katie Couric?”

“OK, I’ll tell you honestly,” Palin said, “the Sarah Palin in those interviews is a little bit annoyed because it’s like, man, no matter what you say, you’re going to get clobbered. If you choose to answer a question, you are going to get clobbered on the answer. If you choose to try and pivot and go on to another subject that you believe that Americans want to hear about, you get clobbered for that, too.”

Palin added, “In those Katie Couric interviews I did feel that there were a lot of things that she was missing in terms of an opportunity to ask what a vice presidential candidate stands for—what the values are represented in our ticket.”

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By Sepharad, October 6, 2008 at 10:12 pm Link to this comment
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Leefeller—You’re kidding, right? Palin studied journalism for six years? No way. Unless she was in the public relations or advertising curricula (which our dean annually petitioned the univeristy to move to the business school; was very embarrassing). In our very first class, the professor welcomed us and informed us that we were there to be washed out, that only one out of 3 of us in the room would be around the next year. (Of course now all of us   like to sit around and complain about the decline in print media (broadcast media was always right down there with pr and adv. except looks counted) —that’s only human—but I didn’t think things had declined THAT much.

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By Marcia, October 6, 2008 at 12:57 pm Link to this comment
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Why are Republicans so angry?
Democrats talk.
Repub. scream and yell and name call and play the glame game.
Yes, so do some Democrats.
Mostly poisonous, toxic anger comes from Republ.

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By noscetepsum_, October 6, 2008 at 7:53 am Link to this comment

Palin is just a talking head. She doesn’t insert any factual, useful language into her speech. What is wrong with her? She can say nice things, pretty things, that a listener who isn’t really listening would let float over their heads into oblivion - but they just don’t mean anything. It’s astonishing that she can not even name ONE magazine off the top of head to save herself the embarrasment of having to tell Couric, “Um, all of them…”. That is overwhelmingly unsavory Miss Palin.

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By Patty Cifra, October 6, 2008 at 7:13 am Link to this comment
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Does anyone remember this:
“when Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin arrived backstage for our NEWSWEEK Women & Leadership Event in Los Angeles last March, John McCain had just wrapped up the GOP nomination. Palin had yet to endorse McCain—she liked Mitt Romney.
Once onstage, together with Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano, Palin talked about what women expect from women leaders; how she took charge in Alaska during a political scandal that threatened to unseat the state’s entire Republican power structure, and her feelings about Sen. Hillary Clinton. She said she felt kind of bad she couldn’t support a woman, but she didn’t like Clinton’s WHINING.”

Look whose whining NOW Sarah! Did you forget how you dissed Hillary back then about her “whining”? Now you can’t take the heat from the media and are “annoyed”....looks like the pot is calling the kettle black.

Also, this week, Governor Avon Lady made a speech in which she (mis)quoted Marilyn Albright: “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t support other women.” (The quote really was “women who don’t help other women”.) I guess you’re using this quote in your stump speeches to coerce those God-fearing WalMart soccer moms and undecided women into voting for you. But think about that quote, Sarah - since you yourself didn’t support Hillary…....does this mean there’s a special place in hell reserved for you? Aw, shucks…..

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By Leefeller, October 6, 2008 at 7:01 am Link to this comment


After six years as a journalism major, the Governor never learned the meaning of “journal”.

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By Purple Girl, October 6, 2008 at 6:37 am Link to this comment

At least Katie READS!!!
‘Bush Doctrine’ The most TREASONOUS ACT OF ANY AMERICAN President. But of course it only is a small part of the Overall Treason by this Adminsitration.
And Sarah Your Puppy’s ‘Surge’ Was Nothing more than fixing a Fuck Up by not following the ‘Powell Doctrine’ to begin With!!!! Ask Rummy again How many Troops were Requested by the Military to under take that Invasion. Besides what has become the “PURGE” of our economic Viability is in direct correlation to Mac’s ‘Surge’.
Mac and his Puppet master must have dug deep to pull this brain dead corpse out of the Permafrost!Consider How many other Qualified candidates they had to cast aside, How many Female Republicans they step over the Top of, Just so they could put the most inapproriate and ignorant person they could find on the ticket!She’s Not as intellegent as the Pig, nor the Pitbull…Palin is the Tube of Lipstick!

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By Sepharad, October 5, 2008 at 10:17 pm Link to this comment
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So if Palin actually reads the NYTimes, the Wall St. Journal, why didn’t she just tell Katie Couric so?

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By msgmi, October 5, 2008 at 5:33 pm Link to this comment
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The only reason Satah Palin let Katie Couric interview her is because the former GW prep committee decided to have the initial interview on CBS to toughen her up, afterwards to be followed by interviews on local television and FOX News where she will get velvet glove treatment.  The GW administration made a meal each and every time they beat their drum to the rhythm of the FOX Tabloid waltz and their flock of goose-steppers tuned in with passion and glee no matter how it was scripted to lean.

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By MattNJ, October 5, 2008 at 2:30 pm Link to this comment
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If, by some awful, rotten, miserable chance we should ever have to depend on Sarah Palin to represent our country to foreign leaders I suppose the best we could wish for is, perhaps, a wardrobe malfunction. That seems to be all she has to offer. If we have to rely on her intellect, we’re screwed. What a flake.

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By wildflower, October 4, 2008 at 8:31 pm Link to this comment

Re: Leefeller

Yes, I read about those Texas lawyers who went up to Alaska to save McCain’s moose princess. But Alaskan blogger, Andrew Halcro, doesn’t think it’s going to work, and if he’s right, the moose princess along with her Texas lawyers will be chewing on birch and horsetail before long – and they can’t blame Katie:

“. . . On Thursday, Superior Court Judge Peter Michalski dismissed the lawsuit, ruling that the conduct of the investigation did not violate the right to fairness. He found the Legislature has the right to investigate, and issues such as whether that happens through a council or committee are not for the courts to decide and is “business to be left to the legislative branch.”

As we stated after the lawsuits were filed, the lawmakers filing this suit have no standing to sue their fellow lawmakers. The legislature operates with the rule of 21 and 11 meaning 21 votes in the House and 11 in the Senate allows the legislature to set their own rules and direction by a majority vote. The ruling by Michalski proved the judiciary will not get involved in a legislative spat between lawmakers.

In addition, Michalski threw out a lawsuit filed by Alaska Attorney General Talis Colberg. Colberg, a Palin appointee, was attempting to persuade the court to quash the Legislature’s subpoenas ordering state officials to testify in the investigation. By dismissing Colberg’s suit, Judge Michalski ruled the subpoenas were legally issued and enforceable. . . ”

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By Leefeller, October 4, 2008 at 7:10 pm Link to this comment

Seems some people worry about who is donating money to Obama, the hypocrisy is apparent when free leagle support being giveing to Palin, of course the rule of law does not apply here because of executive privilege, actually should change it to be, the rule of law is a joke to the privileged. 


Supreme Court to hear Troopergate appeal

Texas-based Liberty Legal Institute and Anchorage attorney Kevin Clarkson, representing the group of anti-investigation legislators, filed the emergency appeal.

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By Leefeller, October 4, 2008 at 6:32 pm Link to this comment

Linda S.

Good Will is not a real name, he owns a Thrift store in our town?  Reminds me of the Author who wrote true stories,  about the Republican Party maybe you have seen his book,  “Under the grand stands”  written by I. Seymour Butts.

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By wildflower, October 4, 2008 at 6:19 pm Link to this comment

What is it with the moose princess?  Didn’t anybody tell her when you run for public office the public (along with the press) has the right to ask any question they believe is relevant? And where is John McCain? Is he even listening when his VP of choice says stuff like this?

“. . . OK, I’ll tell you honestly,” Palin said, “the Sarah Palin in those interviews is a little bit annoyed because it’s like, man, no matter what you say, you’re going to get clobbered. If you choose to answer a question, you are going to get clobbered on the answer. If you choose to try and pivot and go on to another subject that you believe that Americans want to hear about, you get clobbered for that, too. . . ”

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By Maryanne Jameson, October 4, 2008 at 4:05 pm Link to this comment
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In her acceptance speech at the Republican convention, Sarah said she wasn’t trying to please reporters and pundits. She was on the right track then, but let her fool “handlers” run her in the ditch. Any politician who lowers him/herself into the slime-pit of TV “journalism” comes up reeking with the stink of fatuity, foolishness, and surrender to the MSM idiot mentality. But since both parties are actually one conspiracy, all candidates must conform and blend.

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By JMTAC, October 4, 2008 at 3:07 pm Link to this comment

Oh wa, wa, wa.  Mrs. Palin, it is time for you to grow up.  This is not high school student government you are running for!  If you truly want to be taken seriously, work on your intellectual maturity. You may be convincing to some with your speeches laced with sarcasm, insinuations, fear mongering and pseudo tough talk. But the truth is, all you have behind that is the speech your speech writer wrote for you. If you truly want to prove us wrong, get your ass on those political shows, ALL OF THEM, and show the world you know something, ANYTHING, about politics. If not, than stop blaming others for YOUR short comings.

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By Outraged, October 4, 2008 at 2:00 pm Link to this comment

It looks like Sarah’s gone from flippant… to annoyed, LOL.  Check this out, The NYT:

I was annoyed and I was impatient with some of the questions, and I need to learn to I guess hide to some of that annoyance, some of the annoyance with some of the questions I received was because I am so apparently outside the Washington elite and the media elite, that sometimes I don’t understand…”

“....OK, so I was annoyed and I have to apologize for that.”

LOL.  She rambles on and on, and on, and on…  Seriously, she said THREE of those “annoyance” remarks IN ONE SENTENCE.  Here’s the TWO sentences of Palin’s from the NYT article:

After that recent interview that wasn’t so successful because as I admitted on Fox TV the other day, I was annoyed and I was impatient with some of the questions, and I need to learn to I guess hide to some of that annoyance, some of the annoyance with some of the questions I received was because I am so apparently outside the Washington elite and the media elite, that sometimes I don’t understand why they are asking what they are asking when Americans want to talk about energy independence, they want to talk about how they are gonna be able to send their kids to college, to hear our solutions to challenges to health care, not necessarily, ‘What publication did you read this morning?’ OK, so I was annoyed and I have to apologize for that.”

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By Tony Wicher, October 4, 2008 at 1:48 pm Link to this comment

By Linda S, October 4 at 10:06 am #

“The fix is in, and it’s working.”

Thanks for an interesting and informative post. It’s a whole new world with the Internet, and much harder to regulate. There is nothing to stop enthusiastic foreigners from contributing to a U.S. political campaign. Old regulations, for what they were ever worth, don’t apply or can’t be enforced. 

You say the fix is in. The media wants Obama to win. The whole world wants Obama to win. That’s because Obama is seen by most of the country and the world as the only hope for a change of direction from the current one that is leading to a series of exponentially greater disasters. So I’m glad the fix is working, if it is, but watch out, because there are still a lot of Republicans counting the votes.

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By GW=MCHammered, October 4, 2008 at 1:42 pm Link to this comment
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Let me get this straight:

Gore invented the www.
Gdubya inverted the bell-curve.
McCain conjured the lipsticked bellicose belle.

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By Inherit The Wind, October 4, 2008 at 12:32 pm Link to this comment

So Sarah Palin thinks Katie Couric is unfair?  Only on Fox Noise would they take THAT crap seriously.

1) If Katie caught her “off-guard” then that tells us that Palin isn’t ready for the big-time.  Being President (and the VP has to be ready to BE President) is dealing with much that is unexpected.  Being caught off-guard means you aren’t qualified. 
Think of Bush’s reaction to 9/11. 
Think of Bush’s reaction to Katrina.
Think of Bush’s reaction to the Wall Street meltdown.

He wasn’t prepared for the unexpected, and, when it came, he panicked and froze, making it worse.  Bush is incompetent and Palin has shown, by freezing up, is incompetent, too.

2) The McCain camp set up Palin with two of the softest cremepuff TV interviewers out there (Fox Noise partisankas don’t count—points to the McCain camp for realizing that.)  Charles Gibson and Katie Couric are probably the two safest journalists they could find.  What happened?  BOTH of them, to retain any shred of journalistic integrity faced such huge holes from Palin they had NO CHOICE but to go after her.  Palin couldn’t stand up to scrutiny from Charlie and Katie???? How’s she going to stand up to Chris Matthews or Tom Brokaw or Jim Lehrer?  Can’t handle the easy journalists?  You aren’t competent to hold the office.

3) Whining about it “It’s not FAIR! I want a do-over!”  Sorry Sad Sack—you blew it! Gonna tell Putin “It’s not fair!  Do-over!”

4) The “debate” showed that when given a set of EXPECTED topics, she could memorize a pat answer, then come up with snotty barb in lieu of an argument.  McCain’s camp is thankful she won’t have to debate again.  Expect Palin to rally the christo-fascists set and never go near a reporter who isn’t from Fox Noise—because “the media is unfair!”  WAHHHHHHHHH!!!!

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By Anthony Look, October 4, 2008 at 12:30 pm Link to this comment
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The conservative christian base has a tendency of picking and choosing what to believe in the Bible; the Ten Commandments now falls into the realm of selective adherence. Palin pivots answers and apparently gives up the lying answers that her constituency (GOP americans) wants to hear-lies, distortions and cheerleader grandstanding rants (didn’t we already elect one cheerleader, look what he has wrought).
The McCain/Palin campaign has been one lie after another; McCain himself says one thing one day and totally the opposite the next. That has not gone unnoticed; additionally, neither has Sarah Palin’s propensity to lie, from the very beginning since her introduction.
Hypocrisy wears many pretty faces; this one seems possessed or to be the very thing her home town minister apparently exorcised, a lying witch or something that rhymes with that.

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By who cares, October 4, 2008 at 11:07 am Link to this comment
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linda S:

republicans have been cheating the american public for the last 8 years in many more than just the elections, so go suck an egg.

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By El, October 4, 2008 at 11:03 am Link to this comment
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Maybe if she would answer the questions like a normal person, and not change the topic to what she believes Americans want to hear about, people wouldn’t be giving her so much flack. We don’t care to hear her babble on about how she thinks she can relate to the average Joe. People want some real, coherent answers to the questions being asked already. Who the hell changed the rules for her?

She did the same thing in the debates by changing the rules to benefit herself. It’s extremely aggravating to listen to.

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By felicity, October 4, 2008 at 9:58 am Link to this comment

“We’re all capable of mistakes, but I do not care to enlighten you on the mistakes we may or may not have made.”  OR “I stand by all the misstatements that I’ve made.”  Dan Quayle, Vice-president, 1989-1993.

Obviously the bar is not that high when it comes to Vices.

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By Margaret Currey, October 4, 2008 at 9:52 am Link to this comment
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She should have said whatever Todd tells me what to read, he probably was the brains behind her being Mayor, Governor and darn he should have been at the interview with her.

The debate also was a change the subject because her handlers did not have an answer for all the questions asked.  I though the questioner (Gwen) should get an answer not a resume on what she did as Mayor in Alaska, most people kind of know what a mayor does, basically keep taxes down, etc, etc,

God help us is McCain/Bush steal this election, there surely should be a lot of protests.

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By bipolar2, October 4, 2008 at 9:49 am Link to this comment

Sarah Non Sequitur skirts her ultra-right xian domestic diet plan.

** Super-size me Jesus! This is your soul on junk-food faith. **

Palin is Peter Pan, a never-grow-up tomboy. How else to characterize a mental and behavioral juvenile who opines that human beings and dinosaurs walked together in a world at most 6,000 years old. Abandon rationality and honesty if you would be one with her in holy-fundie-land.

Millions of zealots who want a theocratic America—an Ameristan, complete with puritanism and fanaticism—will forgive her handlers’ subterfuges. After all, she’s a lying shill for dominionism.

We know exactly what Sarah Palin reads—it’s bible commentary mags filled with Dobson and Hagee’s theology of hatred. Insane projections of ultra-right ideology into xian texts pollute law and morals, domestic and foreign policy, war strategy and negotiating tactics.

Fundies hate what the US is becoming: an open society, a pluralist culture, and a thoroughly secular nation. (The US has for more than 200 years been a secular *state*.)

Christian fideists, just like Islamic fideists, demand racial “purity,” male dominated social control, subordination for women, unquestioned acceptance of religious tyranny. Not by those labels of course. (If you’ve never lived in Dixie you don’t know the oppressive climate at state, city, and neighborhood levels which has nothing to do with weather.)

Palin has tried to conceal her own warped desire for bringing to fruition Margaret Atwood’s wretched dystopia stripped bare in her novel, The Handmaid’s Tale.

Millions far saner than Sarah still do not know what’s in her mind . . . beliefs clogged by super-sized portions of junk-food faith.

bipolar2 ©2008

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By Leefeller, October 4, 2008 at 9:22 am Link to this comment

Palin calls it pivot when she refuses or in incapable of answering a tricky question,  these darn reporters keep asking those gotcha questions like “after six years as a journalism major,  what journals have you read recently”, (Palin thinking very hard, what are journals?) “All kinds that are—- out there”.

Palin using the word “pivot”, conjures up a picture of the three stooges pivoting in circles making, loud woo, woo sounds. 

Yes, as an excited republican said right after the Republican convention “she is just like my cousin”, (a moron, too?).

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By GW=MCHammered, October 4, 2008 at 8:52 am Link to this comment
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McCain’s the new Cheney.
Palin’s the new GOP cheerleader.
She’s an egg-producing Bush.

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By xypher, October 4, 2008 at 8:46 am Link to this comment

to show the American People that Ms. Palin is not fit for duty when McCain succumbs to cancer (heart disease, brain aneurism, choking on a peanut etc.)during his first term.

Sarah Palin is the achilles-heel that will bring the Neo-Con’s Fascist America agenda to the end it justly deserves.

107 days until the Bush Regime ends!!!

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By nrobi, October 4, 2008 at 6:47 am Link to this comment

I have one question for “Gov. Sarah Palin,” did Katie Couric make you cry? 
I will just bet that the reason Katie was chosen was because of the fact that she is a woman and the McCain ticket expected that Katie would go easy on Sarah. Well guess again, just kidding folks, the questions that Katie asked are questions that any normal person should be able to answer without any hesitation or thought.  Sarah was just showing her true stripes as the dumbest bunny on the planet during her interview and furthermore did not have a clue as to how to answer a simple question.
That John McCain, chose this window dressing for the office of V.P. is a sure sign of Armageddon and the fact that she is the dumbest bunny out of the bunch makes John McCain look quite intelligent.
Would to G-d, that Sarah was Harry Truman, a man, who when called upon to take the reins of power, did so with an aplomb that made that whole era meaningful and on the whole worthwhile.
Should this dumb bunny be elected, you can be sure that G-d will return, and she will be mad as hell, because the American people couldn’t even get this right.

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By hippy pam, October 4, 2008 at 5:07 am Link to this comment

To Slumlord…And I bet KATIE COURIC knows the difference between Russia and Siberia….And we all KNOW “our lady of MIS-DIRECTION” Had NO CLUE and had to ASK SOMEONE[bullsh*t-mcshame]WHAT THE CORRECT ANSWER REALLY WAS…..NOW SHE KNOWS THE ANSWERS…SO SHE CAN TELL US…....

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By Big B, October 4, 2008 at 4:57 am Link to this comment


I laughted when i read your post. My grandmother had an old phrase very akin to what you said. “If a person makes it a point to tell you that they are going to be perfectly honest with you now, every word after the word “now” will be a lie.”

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By octopus, October 4, 2008 at 4:26 am Link to this comment

I have often thought that wearing a red rubber nose is redundent.

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By Greg Bacon, October 4, 2008 at 4:25 am Link to this comment

Palin might give birth while in the West Wing, but it will be We the People who got the screwing that got her knocked up.

Wonder if they’ll have to give Palin a Caesarian, since those horns won’t come out thru the birth canal?

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By Leefeller, October 4, 2008 at 2:39 am Link to this comment

Sarah will be the first president to have a litter while being president and when she names all seven of em after the dwarfs it will not matter, because we will be so screwed.

As the story goes, wouldn’t it actually be more appropriate if Sarah was handing out the apples.

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By Entitled Prick, October 4, 2008 at 1:36 am Link to this comment

i read sarah palen’s fortune cookie. it said: if you are elected you will be the first person to give birth occupying the office of VP. i think she may be pregnant again right now. praise be, it’s a darn miracle.

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By Outraged, October 3, 2008 at 10:20 pm Link to this comment

It seems if you wait long enough you can agree with everyone… on at LEAST something.  I found the premise in which I agree with Palin;

She said, “My response to her, I guess it was kind of flippant.”,

Then she said, “And that’s fair, right, and on that one, true, I shouldn’t have been so flippant and just sort of brushed aside that,”

Of course, she also said, “So, I apologize for the the, I guess, flippant response that I gave through that interview on a couple of questions.”

Hey Sarah,....I think you’re FLIPPANT TOO!  Small, small world….you betcha….will wonders never cease.

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By slumlord, October 3, 2008 at 8:26 pm Link to this comment

one thing ive noticed about life is when someone says ‘i’ll tell you honestly…’ it means theyre an everyday liar. normal people dont have to say that kind of shit. she’s just pissed because katie is actually 100 times over more experienced in world affairs than she will ever be.

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By wildflower, October 3, 2008 at 8:15 pm Link to this comment

I see Palin got some of her facts wrong during the debate, which means Gwen’s name will probably be added to Palin’s “She Annoyed Me List:”

“Sarah Palin got her facts wrong in Thursday’s debate with Joe Biden when discussing where John McCain stands on new protections for homeowners facing foreclosures.

The Alaska governor incorrectly made it sound like McCain supports giving bankruptcy judges the power to rewrite mortgage payment terms on first homes.

He doesn’t.

The McCain campaign confirms to ABC News that Palin misstated McCain’s position.”

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By Opening Eyes, October 3, 2008 at 7:25 pm Link to this comment

Alright.  Sarah, 2009, McCain ill and the fabled 3 am phone call comes in.  She goes blank and rattles on some nonsense she’s sure the American people want to hear.  The next day she explains that the call was “annoying.”  Her pastor is celebrating the coming of Rapture.
Yeah, you decide what we want to hear Sarah.

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By Catherine, October 3, 2008 at 7:19 pm Link to this comment

I’m no fan of Katie Couric, but Sarah Palin was simply no intellectual match for Katie.  Just like she was no intellectual match for Joe Biden.  Sarah Palin is no intellectual match for anybody except maybe, in a stretch, GW Bush.

  Sarah Palin is a fraud that John McCain is trying to pawn off on us, the American public, because he and his handlers think we’re all too stupid to see through this transparant scheme.  Hey, we’re the walking wounded, thanks to eight years of Republican rule.  Enough is Enough and I don’t care how the Repubs try to package him or her, but a Republican who supports John McCain is a BUSHIE!  I don’t want any more BUSHIES as “leaders.”

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By wildflower, October 3, 2008 at 7:15 pm Link to this comment

Oh dear, don’t tell us that Palin the candidate also whines.  Guess Mark Kleiman will need to add this to his “Sarah Palin Debate Flow Chart.

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By Louise, October 3, 2008 at 7:11 pm Link to this comment


Apparently Sarah doesn’t understand the reason a question is asked is to get an answer. Maybe the right answer when you dont know the answer is, “I dont know that answer.”

Course that might be a tad telling when the question is, “What do you read?” That’s a tough one, eh?

[Even my five-year-old grandkid, who can barely read knows what she’s reading. smile]

So Sarah takes the bull by the horns, so to speak, creates a “new” look and as the new Sarah presents her case, also.

Got so bad last night I was hanging on the edge of my chair waiting for “also” cause that meant she was through ... except when she wasn’t.

Gotta give the gal credit for one thing though ... grit! I mean most of us would be so darned embarrased by the whole thing we’d be heading back home.

Oh duh! She doesn’t get it! She doesn’t understand she should be embarrased!

Oh my gosh ...

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By Wily Trax, October 3, 2008 at 6:09 pm Link to this comment

A cat fight.
It’s just a way to get John McCain re energized.

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By DoctorK, October 3, 2008 at 5:19 pm Link to this comment

Whatta clown! Since when did face-to-face interviews turn into open-book or take-home exams?
Katie—it’s now in your court…let’s watch “count/counterpoint” between these two—
Sarah: “you tricked me and made me look bad”
Katie: “Sarah, you ignorant slut!  Since when did a simple question turn into a slanted bias against dimwits like you?”

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