Saturday, December 12, 2009

Palin vs. Shatner 

Governor Palin at least pretends she has a sense of humor, which is a good thing. As Glenn points out, she gets a surprisingly positive response from the studio audience, which you might not expect to be so friendly to her.


By Anonymous Sally, at Sat Dec 12, 12:47:00 PM:

Why wouldn't the studio audience be friendly? Are Republicans or conservatives or polite people with no particular political leanings barred from the audience for these shows?  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Sat Dec 12, 12:49:00 PM:

I am always delighted to see her. Since she is not vice-president.  

By Blogger Diogenes, at Sat Dec 12, 05:45:00 PM:

The video performance must be quite favorable to Sarah Palin.

The liberal(s) assigned to monitoring (opposing?) this site struck again....they blocked a replay of the video. I get repeated messages "connection Error! Please select another video."

I've even searched for the clip elsewhere....same problem. They're everywhere!

Liberals simply cannot "live and let live." They have to destroy the opposition.  

By Blogger JPMcT, at Sun Dec 13, 09:53:00 AM:

As a disaffected and totally alienated former fan of Letterman, it was nice to watch a parody from late-night TV without a left wing imprimatur.

I don't understand the tactic of labeling Palin as "too stupid/inexperienced to be vice president".

Even if she fit the description (which I DO NOT think she does)...look at who these people ultimately voted for!!!!  

By Anonymous Patrick, at Sun Dec 13, 10:36:00 AM:

Somehow dimwit Biden got a pass from the media (can't imagine why) while Palin's every syllable was intensely scrutinized. I'm quite sure she has more common sense than Biden.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Sun Dec 13, 11:40:00 AM:

One of the ironies to the ongoing AGW debate is that supposed Creationist Sarah Palin is now the public face for support of science-based skeptical inquiry on the topic. Witness her guest editorial in last week's Washington Post. Meanwhile, Katie Couric still doesn't want to know from tree rings -- or her bosses won't let her.

Right now, a random truck driver can tell you more about Siberian tree rings than a random college professor. Developing ....

The Truth is Out there  

By Blogger Brian, at Mon Dec 14, 01:17:00 AM:

There's nothing "supposed" about Palin being a creationist, she says so on page 217 of her opus. Once you start denying science, why not keep going?

I think she did a decent job in the clip, though. I hope she sticks to being a celebrity and skips politics.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Mon Dec 14, 07:56:00 AM:

"Once you start denying science, why not keep going?"

So where are you and the rest of the AGW pseudo-science crowd headed Brian?

Once again, you fail to address the main points of the other commenters.  

By Anonymous davod, at Mon Dec 14, 10:20:00 AM:


It is good that you took the time to read Palin's book.


By Blogger Brian, at Mon Dec 14, 11:53:00 AM:

Anon: Off-topic from TH's post, but I'll make you a deal. You discuss what Palin's position is on evolution - you can find the exact quotes on the web, and I'll discuss Yamal.

Davod: no, didn't read, just found the quote. There are some conservatives I should read - Frum, Bartlett, and TH sometimes - but Palin doesn't qualify, except for the intriguing factor.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Mon Dec 14, 12:01:00 PM:

TH only "sometimes"...Tsk tsk.  

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