Vanity Fair mocking Sarah Palin for her doublespeak

Didn’t want too many days to pass without a mention of my favorite first female vice president and likely first female president of the United States (if John McCain dies in office), Sarah Palin (assuming McCain gets elected).

Love Sarah. She’s such a delightful bundle of something. Not sure what.

By the way I am not trying to get political. Stupid people shouldn’t talk politics after all, and I’m probably a candidate for the Guinness Book of World Record’s most stupid person in the world.

I’m probably among a very few people who didn’t watch the debate between Sarah Palin and Joe Biden. Call me what you want. I don’t like pretending I care about something just because I’m told I’m supposed to care; and if I’m supposed to care, I don’t so just shoot me I guess.

I read that 40 million  people tuned in  and that once PBS and some other station’s numbers are counted that could go up to 70 million. I’m not convinced though that it’s because people cared so much about the process. I think curiousity to see how Sarah Palin handled herself was a bigger draw. Think about it. They say once the final numbers are in over 30% more people will have watched the vice presidential debate than watched the presidential debate. Why would people care more about the vice presidential debate than the presidential debate? People were just hoping Sarah would provide more material for SNL Tina Fey parodies.

Check out Palin’s doublespeak. She sure does use the same word twice in a sentence quite a bit; but that’s part of her charm.

Sarah Palin – “Certainly, accounting for different conditions in that different country and conditions are certainly different.”

She’s such a cutie. Wonder how much money she’s worth? It’s all about the money folks. That’s why my head hurts and I was brought to tears today. Life sucks when you don’t have money.

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