Friday, October 3, 2008

Sarah Palin is almost as funny as Tina Fey!

"John McCain has already tapped me . . ."

You betcha! She really said that. Last night's debate provided the comedy for which I was hoping and praying. She reminds me of Frances McDormand's police chief Marge Gunderson from Fargo, with half the brains. My friend Bob cracked me up when he wrote this morning,
P.S. Did Palin miss the weeks of Sesame Street when they were sponsored by the letter, “G”? Growin’, cravin’, knowin’ and all the other words ending with G were broken-hearted last night.

Palin's other gaffes included:
  • Winking into the camera. Twice.
  • "Rigger" (as a verb)
  • "Senator O-Biden"
  • Addressing Biden with, "Say it ain't so, Joe!"
  • "So there hasn't been a whole lot that I've promised, except to do what is right for the American people, put government back on the side of the American people, stop the greed and corruption on Wall Street" (good luck).
  • "And [Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-] Malaki and Talabani also in working with us are knowing again that we are getting closer and closer to that point, that victory that's within sight."

Yes, it's hard to believe. It's all right here in transcript form, courtesy of CNN. Are we any safer from a McCain-Gunderson team in the White House? Probably not. Look at what happened when Dan Quayle made an ass out of himself during the 1988 V.P. debate by having the hubris to compare himself to John F. Kennedy. Sigh.

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