Thursday, October 02, 2008

Sarah Palin Strings Two Sentences Together

At least Governor Palin has been speaking in somewhat understandable sentences. I was beginning to wonder whether it was possible or not. But just about everything coming out of her mouth is the same old (I'll be polite) misinformation that the McCain campaign has been spewing for the last 8 weeks. Hopefully, the American people won't fall for these tired lies that Republicans have decided they must tell in hopes of winning this election.

And, who the hell is General McClellan? Wasn't he a Civil War general?

6 comments:

Rachel said...

Too bad she had to say "nuCULar" at least 5 TIMES TONIGHT!!!

Mauigirl said...

Maybe it's a requirement for Republicans not to know how to pronounce "nuclear."

I was disappointed she actually managed to speak coherently. But to your point, she really didn't add anything new to the discourse. I thought Biden did well.

Anonymous said...

Quote of the night , made by Sarah Palin

"And that's a safe, stable way to use nuclear
weaponry"

This has got to be a first, and it scares the crap out of me.

hermit thrush said...

i think the general mcclellan bit is especially notable. imagine if a democrat had said that! imagine the outrage our rightwing friends would unleash! but since it came out of the mouth of a republican, no one will hear a thing about it.

SmallTownAmerica said...

I thought the same thing about McClellan. It bothered me so much, I had to google it. So, yes, at least a couple of us realize she is about 150 years off the mark with that war and general. lol
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_B._McClellan

Anonymous said...

If I was a follower of Joe Vogler, and the secessionist Alaska Independence Radical terrorist like Sarah and Todd, my mind would wonder back to a time when the last time some states rebelled for independence. America's north with all the advantages also had the incompetent, timid and cowardly, General George McClellan.