Sep
11

Palin Supporters’ Tortured Logic

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Over at Powerline, a major message center in Right Blogistan, they’re trying to explain why it’s o.k. for Sarah Palin to say that she was against the Bridge to Nowhere without ever explaining that she was a fan of it before she was a rival. They do a standard “attack the left wing media” angle and then this happens:

It’s true that when Palin uses her “thanks, but no thanks” line she omits certain information — her initial support for the project, the fact that Congress revoked the earmark, and the fact that Bridge had become an embarrassment by the time Palin nixed it. But the fact remains that nothing Congress did would have prevented Alaska from using federal money to build the bridge. It was Palin who stopped this from happening.

Hilarious.


Comments

  1. Good Republican says:

    Nothing about this little gem today? Consider it a gift from me to you. Have fun!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIIX6CFh8LE

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  2. Tim Peck says:

    So, who will be President Palin’s vice-president?

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  3. Arratik says:

    So, who will be President Palin’s vice-president?

    How about this guy?

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  4. Doug Gibson says:

    Did you mean vice-president Palin’s president? Or vice-president Palin’s vice-vice-president? Either way, I think you’ll have to go with John McCain, what with the primaries and all.

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  5. Gordon Smith says:

    JoJo!

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  6. Arratik says:

    At least he’s been vetted.

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  7. shadmarsh says:

    So, who will be President Palin’s vice-president?

    Jesus?

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