Sunday, November 2, 2008

Sarah Palin thinks we are at war with Iran, and oh no she di—int give the WRONG answer to “What’s the VP do?” AGAIN!

The idiocy of Sarah Palin knows no end

By Larry Simons
November 1, 2008

On Friday’s On The Record on FOX News, Sarah Palin sits down for the bombardment of softballs thrown at her by host Greta van Susteren. Palin clearly is heard saying that we are currently at war with Iraq and Iran, while Greta van Susteren sits in her zombie-like slumber and doesn’t call her on it. Why would she? It’s FOX News!

Here are Palin’s words:

“Ok, we're confident that we're going to win on Tuesday so from there, those first 100 days, how we're going to kick in the plan that will get this economy back on the right track and really shore up the strategies that we need over in Iraq and Iran to win these wars...”

Of course, those of us who are not enrolled at Neocon university realize that this was not just simply a gaffe. It is what is known as a Freudian slip, where a thought or belief is consciously repressed and then unconsciously released. We know that you and McCain are planning to go to war with Iran, Sarah. So, if McCain is elected, then your “slip” will be reality in about 6 months!

For the 5th time now, Sarah Palin has no clue what the VP’s job is

In the same interview with Great van Susteren, Palin, for the 5th time now shows us that after 2 months and 5 interviews, that she is still unable to sneak a peek at the U.S. Constitution, or Wikipedia or a 2nd grade history book.

PALIN: Well, they've [the VP] got to be exclusively, of course, concentrating on the administrative side of governance and there again, that's where my executive experience will be put to good use.

Noooo Sarah, Nooooo. They don’t “govern” ANYTHING. They are not in charge of ANYTHING. They are only there for TWO reasons: To break a tie vote in the Senate and to take over as President in the event the President is ill or dies. That’s it, Sarah! Are you incapable of even memorizing this??

watch and cringe in your seat

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