X Some cracks in her image as a “reformer”
X Describing the initiative to create a pipeline in Alaska as “God’s will.”
X Approaching town librarians and asking them if they’d be willing to help her ban certain books. Her revolutionary energy policy – decreasing our dependence on foreign oil by using books to keep us warm this winter!
X Telling the media her son’s day of deployment is 9/11…which is fine, except you’re not supposed to actually give away exact dates of deployment for military personnel.
X Saying she doesn’t know what a VP does (even in context it still came out awkward).
I hate admitting they’re right. By “they”, I mean the more liberal end of the magical land of the “Blogosphere” that I keep hearing so much about. So much of their rhetoric comes out as heavy-handed and, despite their passions, insincere (staying consistently against a person or persons simply due to party affiliation should never be seen as anything but hacky and the height of ignorance).
But as much as I hate their smug self-righteousness, they were right about Palin.
But who cares? They still got my vote. WE WILL FIND EARTH
I think like three of you will get that. If you do, I urge you to register to vote and elect me your next mayor of Dorktown.