|Jet Bin Fever - 2010-02-08 |
For the first time yet I agree with Gretchen, though not at all for the same reason.
|positively - 2010-02-08 |
Ah I see Gretchen, it was satirical! Palin makes much more sense with that in mind.
|RocketBlender - 2010-02-08 |
YES!!! I have one friend who feels the GOP makes no wrong. When I told her about the Palin hand notes thing, she assured me it's fake. Even after I showed her the clip she insisted it was 'photo shopped'. She also said the same thing about the Katie Couric interviews. Her reasoning: only liberal (read: non fox) channels discussed these things. True, unbiased channels like Fox didn't say a thing about. Can't wait to link her to this one.
Katie Couric: Ms. Palin, what is your favorite thought to have in your head?
Palin:......all of them.
At least it's proof that yes, she actually did write on her hand like a fucking fifth grader. It's a start, but you're still right about the edited opinion, Cleaner.
|oogaBooga - 2010-02-08 |
On her other hand it says
|Camonk - 2010-02-08 |
Well, I didn't think she accidentally wrote on her hand, Gretchen.
|Riskbreaker - 2010-02-08 |
Maybe her hand just triped over some ink.
|Dib - 2010-02-08 |
Well that's good. I would hate to think she would unintentionally scribble on her hand. Or that somebody might have done it without permission.
|jangbones - 2010-02-08 |
can this woman possibly win the Republican primary?
Sarah, not Gretchen. Gretchen could lose a game of hopscotch to a quadriplegic
The truth, revealed by the Daily Show news team, is that Gretchen is actually an evil genius. She graduated with honors from Stanford and studied at Oxford. Her superior intellect is simply dulled by the multiple layers of INSANITY she has to navigate her onscreen persona through, woven so thick that you couldn't bore through it with a diamond-tipped lightsaber taped to the top of a pernicious platinum-plated, plutonium-powered probing badger. It takes a ridiculous amount of self-control and mental acuity to carry on charades of that caliber.
If she began to make too much sense, people would begin to think that making sense out of things is the point of the broadcast. Then they'd all be fucked.
Also, I dunno about you, Joel, but I think it might be a little unnecessary to stoop down to the same level of insult crafting as your average fox news viewer. Yes, we know that some words rhyme and stuff and it's fun to combine them. It just lacks any sort of class or poignancy in the process of making a case against them.
Points taken on Gretchen, but I stand by my Faux Snooze insult. I could've just written "FUCK FOX NEWS!", but I'm classier than that.
|pastorofmuppets - 2010-02-08 |
stars for "i stopped doing that in the fifth grade"
|Senator_Unger - 2010-02-08 |
She really only talks about taxes, America and something illegible anyway. Did remembering to wink and say "You Betcha!" fill up her brain so she had to write the rest on her hand?
|spikestoyiu - 2010-02-08 |
I am tired of these jokes about my giant hand. The first such incidents occurred in 1956 when...
|fluffy - 2010-02-08 |
So she needed to write on her hand a reminder of what was written on the STACK OF PAPERS she was carrying?
|Postureduck - 2010-02-08 |
"We'll probably never know."
|Knuckles - 2010-02-09 |
"I think she did it because she probably does it a lot"
yeah, that makes a a fucking barrel of sense
|fatatty - 2010-02-09 |
The left can find lots of examples of presidents in the past using teleprompters, I have yet to see the right find examples of a presidential hopeful using a cheat sheet on their hand to remember their 4 talking points.
I wonder why...
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