We gathered last night in our living room, me, hubby, my sister Jude, her hubby, and her youngest son (28) to watch the VP debate. I don't remember this ever being an event for us before. In fact, I remember skipping to a cable movie channel in the past to avoid the coverage. But this year it seemed so important, so relevant, the VP is not an empty position anymore. Especially with the current VP showing every day how influential that position can be.
Mrs. G's post capture the easy way to mock the Governor of Alaska so well, I won't attempt to top it. So instead, I'll talk about the top 3 moments I groaned and covered my face.
Moment 1: When Governor Palin entered and while shaking Senator Bidon's hand asked, with the microphone clearly picking up her "charming" twang, "Mind if I call ya Joe?" She asked that purely so she could use that hackneyed "Say it ain't so Joe" later on.
Moment 2: When Governor Palin actually acknowledged she wouldn't answer questions the way that the moderator or her opponent would like. Really? And I thought this was a debate? Aren't the rules of the debate to, like, um, debate the issue posed? My mistake.
Moment 3: The last 3 times she talked...which made no sense (like a wind up doll winding down). It was like she was skipping words: "Maverick...American People...middle class...god bless...patriot..maverick...maverick...maverick."
To be truthful - I think she's kind of funny, kind of pretty, kind of entertaining.
To be truthful - the idea of her holding high executive office scares the be-jesus out of me.
To be truthful - I might very well have to move to Canada if she is our VP.
Maverick my ass.
The moment that I found most incredible was that she clearly did not know the meaning of the term "Achilles Heel." My 15 year old knows that!
Can I come to Canada with you? I want to punch her in the throat.
I guess I misinterpreted moment #2. I thought she was implying that they wouldn't like her answers because they are both Democrats.
LOL @ Wanda. Ouch.
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