George Bush Jr. or Sarah Palin?

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    Jul 04, 2009 6:36 PM GMT
    After reading this:


    "...My choice is to take a stand and effect change and not to hit my head against the wall and -- valuable state time and money millions of your dollars go down the drain in this new political environment. Rather we know we can effect positive change outside government at this moment in time on another scale..."


    I couldn't decide which of the two is more incoherent....George Bush Jr. or Sarah Palin.

    The thing that is shocking is that, independent of politics, there are Republicans who still favor Palin as their next presidential candidate....a person who is unable to articulate a coherent thought even in a prepared statement (actually, an observation already made by ObsceneWish on his FaceBook page).
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    Jul 04, 2009 10:36 PM GMT
    ha. I thought you wrote that. I was like, wow. He really needs to proofread before hitting send. Just saw a South Park last night where Palin, McCain, Obama, etc were like the Oceans 11 gang. Palin was super stupid but a genius with the gang.
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    Jul 05, 2009 3:17 AM GMT
    ScottPensacola saidha. I thought you wrote that. I was like, wow. He really needs to proofread before hitting send.


    I actually heard her press conference. She'd get to the end of each of her "sentences" and I realized that I had no idea what she just had said. Her tone of delivery suggested that her speech was "flowing", but it was just a succession of non-sequiturs and sloganeering.

    It was a staggeringly bad speech. And, again, this has nothing to do with her politics, and I am not suggesting she was intentionally miffing things.

    But it sounded like double talk, and "near speak." During the campaign, I at least tried to give her benefit of the doubt that she just couldn't think on her feet. Now I know that this a much more systematic problem and really is similar to George Bush's inability to speak coherently.

    Sorry, some of you guys, this is independent of politics....people like this should not have access to the red button that launches nuclear weapons.