Question: when she becomes a former governor, do we call her "her former honor?"
Sarah Palin – unplugged. No longer fettered by the weight of office, she can be free to speak her mind. Take notes because this is going to be a fun trip.
Friday she said: “it’s best for Alaska." By Sunday, she shifted to: “it’s about country.”
You've heard her twisted logic all weekend. Sarah Palin makes no sense, but she stirs up excellent political marinade. Cable news shows absolutely bathe in it.
The initial reaction on cable news shows was priceless as talking heads scratched for traction. CNN’s resident buffoon, Rich Sanchez, wondered if the governor might be pregnant.
On MSNBC, veteran Andrea Mitchell talked with people close to Palin and reported within the hour that the governor was serious about hanging up her political cleats. Getting out of politics. A word of caution: what may be true with Palin on Friday may not be true by Monday. At best, Palin has a fluid relationship with the truth.
Yes, Sarah has not yet left the building, but a national spokesperson? Who are we kidding? OK, like Gen. Edwin Walker maybe. Or J. Evetts Haley. Eventually, the heft of her own words will cause her to self-destruct.
But she will live forever as titular head of the ignorati.