Sarah Palin is continuing to drag down the Republican Party. The other Republican Governors know this – but they cannot openly say so. When Palin talks she sounds less oriented than a wild and crazy Paris HIlton. At least Paris HIlton knows she is just a celebrity – she knows she is not taken seriously. Sarah Palin actually thinks people of consequence respect her.
Wolf Blitzer interviewed Governor Palin. Here are a few qoutes:
BLITZER: … Another question, what are your new ideas on how to take the Republican Party out of this rut that it’s in right now? Give me one or two new ideas that you’re going to propose to these governors who have gathered here in this hotel.
PALIN: Well, a lot of Republican governors have really good ideas for our nation, because we are the ones there on the front lines being held accountable every single day in service to the people whom have hired us in our own states. And the planks in our platform are strong and they are good for America. And it’s all about free enterprise and respecting equality.
Does anyone have a clue what she said? Perhaps she speaks in Eskimo – we may need an interpreter – but wait – it gets better:
BLITZER: Is there anything new that you want to come up with — a new Sarah Palin initiative that you want to release right now?
PALIN: Nothing specific right now, sitting here in these chairs, that I’m going to be proposing. But in working with these governors, who, again, on the front lines, are forced to — and it’s our privileged and obligation to find solutions to the challenges facing our own states every day; being held accountable, not being just one of many just casting votes or voting present every once in awhile.
Run for your lives – this person actually had a chance of being the Vice President of the United States. Can anyone transcribe Sarah Palin’s total nonsense? Will Palin’s supporters claim again that this is just abuse by the main stream media?
John McCain was right about one thing during the campaign – being a celebrity does not qualify one to hold high office in America.