Sarah Palin In Iowa – Bizzaro

I’m just catching up with her speech. I hear the reviews aren’t too good. 😉

I’m also having a few computer issues. Holy hell, I’ve just got to the bit about Bristol being au natural!

From Politico:

Sarah Palin, who has been teasing the press with hints she might actually run for president, appeared to end much hope of that Saturday by delivering a 33-minute speech of such incoherence that even veteran Palin-watchers were puzzled.

Some sample lines from Palin:

“Screw the left and Hollywood!”

“Coronation, rinse, repeat.”

Obama “is so over it. America, he’s just not that into you.”

“The man can only ride you when your back is bent.”

I would provide some context, but there wasn’t any. It is possible she was improperly inflated.

In the clown car, you have to check for that regularly.

 

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10 Responses to Sarah Palin In Iowa – Bizzaro

  1. titlewave says:

    I saw this at Raw Story- although to be honest it may take weeks to go through all the wonderfully witty comments around the internet-

    toodumbtoknow • 2 hours ago
    Mr Putin I know you can see Palin from your house. A little help please.

  2. Lynn in VA says:

    The cheese is definitely sliding off the cracker!

  3. 40Watt says:

    I have a theory. (Any minute now Professor Canine is going to put up the John Cleese theory skit 😉 ).

    Given the fact she ran over her allotted 20 minutes by about 10 to15 minutes, I wonder if the second part of her speech, abysmal as it was, had actually been written for her and she herself added the first part firing back at her “haters”. We know she will not take direction, not from the McCain campaign or Roger Ailes on the blood libel fiasco.

    By the time she had further addled what is left of her brain digging up every recent, and not so recent, grudge she harbors, she was incapable of making sense of the rest of her notes, presupposing she could even focus.

    Think of her attempt to reproduce Martin Luther King’s quote: “Change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability, but comes through continuous struggle. And so we must straighten our backs and work for our freedom. A man can’t ride you unless your back is bent.” I don’t believe she knew it and surely it wasn’t originally written for her in a way that ended up sounding pornographic. I find it much more likely what she ended up saying was a product of her poor skills of comprehension. Hell, I don’t think that. I think she was drunk!

    It’s my theory anyway. 😉

    • 40Watt says:

      I have to admit, I didn’t know that quote from MLK either, but it seemed to me that that part of her speech was meant to refer to something. I googled.

    • titlewave says:

      I agree wholeheartedly with everything you said, and I think you hit the nail on the head with this-
      “Given the fact she ran over her allotted 20 minutes by about 10 to15 minutes, I wonder if the second part of her speech, abysmal as it was, had actually been written for her and she herself added the first part firing back at her “haters”. ”

      I have had fun reading different interpretations to the question ‘what the hell did she say?’ – and the MLK quote has been a fun one to read the guessing on

      excopconservative “The clip they are Tweeting is when she talked about “riding”. possibly rooted in a TV commercial that plays over and over using the term. We all understand that she was saying “If you don’t want to get screwed “ridden”, stiffen your spine and don’t bend over.”

      And last, because I am at risk for Palin-poisoning due to over exposure-

      “Palin is NOT running.”
      “At this point she is barely standing.” 🙂

    • ProfessorCanine says:

      In response to Sarah Palin’s campaign speech in IA, DNC Communications Director Mo Elleithee issued the following statement:
      “Thank you!”

    • irishgirl999 says:

      I think you are right, by jove. That was in response to 40 Watt’s theory.

  4. uberduck says:

    Four minute segment on NPR this morning about King’s Iowa, er, whatever it was. Not ONE mention of SP, I’m pretty sure (I was still dozing, and transcript isn’t up yet).

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