Palin – High School Drama Star!

It’s not only the absurd notions Palin speaks of, it’s the way she says those lies. With her numerous hand gestures and stilted inflection, I am reminded of a high school student’s speech for student body president. While watching her interview with Mr. Gibson, I am nagged by her constant “Charlie” interjections. What an annoying public speaking “to do”! Her confidence is lacking as she slumps and wrings her hands occasionally, pushing up her sleeves…feeling a bit hot and nervous? 

What is Charlie talking about?

What is Charlie talking about?

 

She sounds as if she is at a job interview for your everyday job at a bank or school. Except that if she was interviewing at one of those places she wouldn’t be hired because she doesn’t have the paralleled experience – who cares if she can talk and smile up a storm!  Oh, and it’s not just a bank telling/high school teaching position (though, given the economy right now, those are hard jobs to get…) – she is running for vice president. G-Damn.

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2 Responses to “Palin – High School Drama Star!”


  1. 1 mike gibbs September 13, 2008 at 2:20 pm

    Can’t ell if you are a weak guy threatened by strong women or a “libber” who can’t stand someone more competent than you!! In any case the anger is apparent

  2. 2 dianacolada September 13, 2008 at 2:49 pm

    interesting analysis – wrong on both accounts. i am not denying her intelligence – it takes a very smart person to digest all those talking points – I am questioning her in-depth knowledge of issues. I would love the government to have people who understand the context of situations, not just the first impression.


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