You Say Softball, We Say Soft Porn

No tongues.One of Sully’s readers draws our attention to the Q’s of Time’s Q&A with Sarah Palin…

  • I wanted to start out somewhat philosophically: Did you feel that the institution of government was no longer the best way to bring change about?
  • Is that because you feel you don’t have a mandate anymore?
  • When you resigned from the AOGCC [Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission], that was a huge catapult for you. Do you think this might catapult you as well? Or do you see it as kind of a selfless move, more for the state than for you?

  • Why make the announcement on July 3? Because I think that date more than anything set people off — right before the three-day weekend. People assume scandal.
  • At one point during the campaign you said Hillary Clinton whines a little bit too much about being in the public eye. Do you now sort of sympathize with her?
  • Now that you’ve thought about Alaska, what do you think might interest you moving forward?
  • You sound a lot like someone, campaigning for other candidates, perhaps fundraising for them, who’s going to run in 2012. Is that an interest?
  • So you wouldn’t rule it out?
  • What do you think is particularly wrong with what Obama is doing now?
  • Two of his big platform issues now are universal health care and your favorite issue, energy, his global-warming plan. What do you think of his positions on both?
  • And health care?
TIME’s Interview with Sarah Palin: ‘It’s All for Alaska’ [Time]
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“And what’s your stance on white pumps: After Labor Day or no?”

I will note that Fearless Leader said this in an editorial meeting e-mail this afternoon:

Time magazine goes down on Talibunny at 3:30 ET, unless somebody intercedes.

I’m not entirely sure how my intercession would actually work. But the thought of either possible result makes me feel… weird.

[goes to corner of room, meekly]

Is that Time article for real or an Onion parody? I don’t even know where to start in deconstructing it.

“beautiful French manicure”
“Go Slam a Salmon, Peter Pan Seafood”
Bristol babysitting Trigg and putting him to sleep on the bed [are they really trying to kill that baby off? You don’t put babies unattended on adult beds!]
“here in Native Alaskan culture”
at a friend’s house with orange doors and octagonal windows
said friend owns a hardware store

…and I am not even out of the italicized introduction.

@SanFranLefty: Of course they’re part of Native Alaskan culture…they apparently have their own “subsistance catch” of salmon too.

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