They throw out the party line--and have absolutely no idea what they are saying. I hope that whoever chose these speakers purposely looked for the dumbest--I'd hate to believe that they represent the majority of the Palinites or Republicans. They scare me--especially, when I hear "I am a Christian" attached to some of these views.
I don't think they looked for the dumbest Sharon. AND I don't think they represent the majority of Republicans. The people they talked to looked like your average soccer-mom type and your average blue-collar-out-of-job-so-they have-time-to-stand-in-line-and-wait-for-Sarah-Palin type.They follow her every word, so it is clear from the interviews that her words must be a jumble of incoherent rants.
a jumble of incoherent rants.....have you ever tried to follow one of Ken Hinton's talks? If you are naive enough to believe that reporter didn't have a hidden agenda, then I have a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you---cheaply!
I think somebody better check and see if Columbus schools are meeting their AYP goals. I enjoyed that video, thank you.
These are funny -- and if you went to a book signing for a liberal author, you'd get the same kind of dumb answers. Ever watch Jaywalking on the Jay Leno show?These videos are such a sad commentary on society.
Yes, CJ, but are you saying the sad part is those that make the videos - or simply the people who are quoted on them - or both? :)
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