Greek. Latin. Palin.
Sarah Palin is like that mother-in-law — with all due respect to mothers-in-law everywhere — who just doesn’t know when to leave. We thought she’d spared us of any more of her after she and John McCain lost the 2008 presidential election. But then she went and published a book. And got a reality show. And a news show (as a Fox “commentator”). And then her daughter kicked out her boyfriend. And her son literally kicked out his girlfriend. And now she’s stumping for Trumpty Dumpty for King.
By now I would have begged the State of Alaska to bag her on a fast sled to the most desolate iceberg in the Arctic Ocean. That is, if it hadn't been for one thing.
Listening to Palin talk these days is actually entertaining. Funny, even!
Seriously, have you ever gotten past that mousey nasally voice and actually listened to the words and whole sentences it forms? Priceless.
In January, Palin endorsed Donald Trump for the High Office. Here’s part of what she said in her speech:
“How about...us? Right-winging, bitter-clinging, proud clingers of our guns, our God, and our religion, and our Constitution.”
(How does she feel about your God, I wondered. O, but so entertaining!)
Sarah Palin probably couldn’t diagram a sentence if her next contract depended on it. But we can diagram her.
Start with her first name. Spell it backward. What you get is close to the actual word that describes how she handles opponents: Haras.
Next, fill in the blank: “A ____ in the rump.” (Clue: For the answer, remove the “L” from her last name.)
Hey, this is fun! Let's continue!
Question: Ever notice that when Palin speaks, she seems like a robot? Hey, she’s a ... Palindrone!
Perhaps. But to those lucky GOPers, she’ll always be their: