Sarah Palin lets a parrot give her talking points now; she’s saving her voice for the debate with Senator Joe Biden. (Not everyone can see the clownface on the candidates; it’s not your fault; blame it on the MSM.)
“As fur foreign policy, you know, I think that I’m prepared and I know that on January twintieth, if we are soo blessed as to be sworn into office as your president and vice president, certainly we’ll be ready. I’ll be ready. I hiv that confidence. I hiv that ridiness.”
How will she get that “ridiness”? Well, she said she has “confidence,” which leads directly to “ridiness.” And of course, she “thinks” she’s prepared, which is a necessary first step to readiness. What other “verbiage” do you need to know?
“A large contingent of the Alaska guard deployed to Iraq and her son happened to be one of them,” he said, “so I think she understands our national security challenges.”
Yes, this sounds like more visual foreign policy cred, i.e., if you can see Russia from your balcony, then you have foreign policy cred; likewise, Palin can handle “Pooty Poot,” because her son wears government issued camo— because he’s in the United States Army— not the Alaskan National Guard (McSlop clean-up crew, take note). So what other “verbiage” do you need to know?
“Wauuck! We’ll be riddy! Hello. . . I have teh ridiness.”
“We’ll be riddy. Hello. . . I have teh ridiness.”
“. . . I have teh ridiness. Wauuck! We’ll be riddy! Hello.”