- 6+ 43- 25
Palin on Porn
"Ohh, good, thank you, yes." This quote was in response to a radio show caller who admired Hustler's movie "Nailin Palin" and complimented Palin on the "documentary".
It's obvious that this quote is ridiculous considering she was being pranked by a couple of bored radio show hosts from Montreal and it's doubtful Palin's been in Hustler porn. If you hear the entire clip it's actually cruel how they string her along.
She's doing her best to handle a surprise call from an important dignitary during a busy campaign...but still, she does NOT admit to not knowing about something.
Like in the Couric interview, she responds like my deaf grandma to any question she doesn't know about: "whaaat? Oh yeah yeah, of course!"
Hey! Maybe Palin is just hard of hearing?
- 5+ 42- 18
Palin on Reading the News
During this interview Katie Couric asks Sarah Palin 3 times about what she reads to stay current. The shortest clearest form of the question "Can you name a few (magazines and newspapers)?" Palin's response about geography and what the politicians in Washington think about Alaska still doesn't answer the question.
It's sad how even adult politicians are worrying about what the other cool politicians think about them. Gotta wonder if the House and Senate are just like one big Gossip Girl episode.
- 4+ 49- 22
Palin on Exploitation
"I think a lot of people are capitalizing, perhaps exploiting, what was done via me, my family, my administration..." This was in response to a question regarding Tina Fey's rise in popularity at Palin's expense.
Come on, if politicians can't be fodder for Saturday Night Live then what good are they? Also, who cares? In addition, who cares. Oh yes, and who cares?
Bonus: Tina Fey's impression was well-loved because she was ALREADY famous.
- 3+ 37- 12
Palin on God and Money
"Who calls a shot like that? Who makes a decision like that? It's a disturbing trend." Nov. 6, 2009.
This ridiculous quote was in reference to a conspiracy theory she was pushing involving the word God moving further from the center on American currency. Yes, it's a vast conspiracy more complex then the Da Vinci Code. Kudos Sarah Palin for your amazing powers of observation. we shouldn't worry about such trifle topics like unemployment and the economy and start worrying about what a nickel looks like.
- 2+ 44- 17
Palin On Foreign Policy
In this clip, Palin defends her experience with foreign policy after citing Alaska's proximity to Russia.
It's doubtful Russia will be invading Alaska anytime soon considering Russia cared so little about Alaska they sold it for 2 cents an acre. Come to think of it, with our current economic crisis, maybe we should just sell it back. It could be America's equivalent of selling all the DVDs you never watch on eBay to make some extra bucks after you've lost your job.
- 1+ 81- 35
Palin on Law
When asked about how as President she would avoid investigations similar to the one compelling her resignation as Governor of Alaska she responded, "I think on a national level your Department of Law there in the White House would look at some of the things that we've been charged with and automatically throw them out."
So why is this a ridiculous quote? For those just as unfamiliar with US government agencies as Palin, there is no Department of Law. A for creativity but F for not knowing what agencies actually exist in our government.
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