Jul 21, 2009

Vanity Fair Edits Sarah Palin's Resignation Speech

Oh, my, how droll. Editors at Vanity Fair thought they could help the embattled soon-to-be-ex governor out. Click on images to read a larger version.

In a related bit of information, it takes Sarah 7-8 minutes to twitter her thoughts. 140 characters simply aren't long enough.

1 comment:

Paul said...

Her exit speech was for her fanatic supporters who would follow her off a cliff. Since her announcement I have been asking “Can anyone real tell me that you were impressed by her exit speech?” But all her supporters stay silent on this and attack on the typical “FOX News” talking points. Back in September 2008, we saw her wagging her finger that Hillary Clinton, that Hillary should not whine about tough media coverage, she was not doing women any good, she should just plow through it, she should have known what she was getting into and should just try harder and prove herself. “WOW”, I guess she loves measuring others by standards that she does not follow. What a hypocrite, but expected from most political false prophets types. That’s why you will hear her say that she is not the “pailin palin” or the “quitter that twittered” but is going for a “higher calling”, sounds more like the TV false prophet who loves stealing money from their neighbors, the sick, the shut ins, the poor. Sweet piece, enjoyed it.