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Sunday, July 5, 2009

Palin: Day 3

Posted By on Sun, Jul 5, 2009 at 11:25 AM

Even Republicans are having a hard time obeying the commandment not to speak ill of other Republicans. Bless Bill Vickery, whose livelihood depends on sucking up to Republicans. He all but called her bat**** crazy on his radio show this morning. Likewise for some analysts on Fox News, who took sharp exception to announcers' continued effort to drum up a sympathy vote for the "elite"-hounded Caribou Barbie.

Mike Huckabee kept it kind. But even he had to say Sarah Palin's announcement of abrupt resignation "doesn't make sense in a conventional political setting." Nutso, in other words.

Listen to her weird speech in full. You'll certainly agree with her remark that she's serving Alaska well by quitting.

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