Just Another Dumb "Fascist-Quoter"
Why does it seem every time Sarah Palin opens her mouth, cuckoo birds begin to sing?
First, it was discovered that the "writer" responsible for the "small town people" quote she used in her RNC-VP acceptance speech was none other than Westbrook Pegler, that Jew-hating, Joe McCarthy loving, bigot. Apparently, Pegler's hate ran so deep that even the John Birch Society rejected him.
Then we had the whole "Bush Doctrine" gaffe (it was the first time The Peach heard the name "Charlie" pronounced "Churlie") and McCainsters trying to explain that even Bush writing on a post-it constituted part of the "Doctrine."
And now, oh boy, listening to SP trying to explain how Barack Obama laid an "unfair attack on the verbiage that John McCain chose to use." Uh, Sarah . . . in case you didn't know, the definition of verbiage:
1 : a profusion of words usually of little or obscure contentOn the other hand, it could be that SP wasn't using the word verbiage at all. In fact, it sounded a lot like that rarely used, but effective Alaskan word verbage which is simply a combination of "verbal" and "garbage." Ah, it all makes sense now.