Palin’s ‘thought’ process

A FRIEND and colleague sent me this. Made me laugh like a drain.

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8 responses to “Palin’s ‘thought’ process

  1. Johnny Norfolk

    Yes this is from page 3 of the Labour rule book for answering questions.

  2. Patchouli

    Would have been better to replace the arrows with bullet points.

  3. James

    The IoS is reporting you as being the first ever minister to announce his ‘departure’ on a blog.
    Methinks you should get in touch with the Guinness Book of World Records, seriously.
    Do you want their number?

  4. Johnny

    Why is that whatever Tom posts you turn round and say “That’s what Labour do!”? There’s no nuance to your comments – it reminds me most of that tiresome playground retort “So’s your mum!” to whatever criticism is levelled against anyone.

    The chart above is clearly a bit of light-hearted criticism at someone that even the most blinkered Republican would have to admit is no orator – let’s not try and crow-bar in anti-Labour commentary to every unrelated topic.

  5. Andrew F

    Iain Dale likes the way she debates. I got quite frustrated with his, “Oh, she’s on fire now!” comments.

    But the interviews she did with Katie Couric are hilarious. Asked to name a Supreme Court ruling she disagreed with other than Roe vs Wade, her answer was basically, “Roe vs Wade”. She didn’t know what the bloody Bush doctrine was. It was like watchinga clueless primary school child being interviewed on the news.

  6. Rapunzel

    A recent poll showed that 60% of Americans believe that Sarah Palin is not fit to be the next Vice President/President in waiting.

    So that’s alright then.

    Wait a moment. ONLY 60%??

  7. Johnny Norfolk

    Mine was a light hearted remark as well, just what is the problem. ‘People in glass houses should not through stones’ and I was highlighting that.

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