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Sarah Palin - One Child Left Behind


Of course, Maureen Dowd of the New York Times would also have her say about Sarah Palin's dubious way with words. Don't miss Dowd doing duty in this hot op-ed piece,

Sarah’s Pompom Palaver:

Talking at the debate about how she would “positively affect the impacts” of the climate change for which she’s loath to acknowledge human culpability, (Palin) did a dizzying verbal loop-de-loop: “With the impacts of climate change, what we can do about that, as governor, I was the first governor to form a climate change subcabinet to start dealing with the impacts.” That was, miraculously, richer with content than an answer she gave Katie Couric: “You know, there are man’s activities that can be contributed to the issues that we’re dealing with now, with these impacts.”

At another point, she channeled Alicia Silverstone debating in “Clueless,” asserting, “Nuclear weaponry, of course, would be the be-all, end-all of just too many people in too many parts of our planet.” (Mostly the end-all.)

Honestly, I'm so astonished by the nonsensical words of Sarah Palin that I may just dig up the entire vice-presidential debate transcript and post it here soon. No child left behind, eh? Well, this here darn tootin' governor here seems to be proof there that for some, being left behind can have its rewards on your impacts.

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