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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Sarah Palin: Greatest Hits from Blogolitical Sean

Portland, Oregon--

“Moose-fed Sarah Palin stands poised to take the helm in 2012, ready as she will ever be. The mere thought brings cheer to millions; guffaws and foot-stamping warm the most threadbare spots in the soul, protect against winter’s chill, a place for her towards the end of the book (see link), splayed unpunctuated against the tide of reason…. What, me worry…?”

--Sean Cruz, November 2008

“Notes on the Vice-Presidential Debate:

“Governor Palin’s sentences are mostly unpunctuated by commas or periods, words fly out by the bucketful....

“She changes direction mid-paragraph, mid-sentence, mid-thought, without appearing to notice that she is genuinely superficial across a wide spectrum of issues....

“For the first time in my life, I feel reasonably qualified to assume the duties and responsibilities of the Office of the Vice President of the United States of America….”

--Sean Cruz, October 8 2008

“You heard it here first! Sarah Palin's new book will be bundled with crayons! Recognizing that the people most likely to appreciate "Going Rogue" are unfamiliar with actual books, the publishers are tossing a box of crayons into the deal. The thing is, all of the colors are red....

--Sean Cruz November 13, 2009

“According to her new book, “Going Rogue”, Sarah Palin is planning to find a suitable cabinet post for Joe the Plumber, ‘where he can do lots of thinkin’ and stuff’.

“In a late breaking development, still steaming from her prank telephone conversation last year with 'the President of France', the former Governor of Alaska is reported to be in discussions with Carrie Prejean, on the short list to join the Palin team as press secretary.” --Sean Cruz, November 14, 2009

1 comment:

七爺芭怡 said...

We could learn a lot from crayons. Some are sharp, some are pretty and some are dull, Some have weird names , and all are different colors, but they all have to live in the same box.............................................