Sarah Palin now claims her use of the word “refudiate” was a “typo”. She is, of course, a bald-faced liar.
“I pressed an ‘f’ instead of a ‘d’ and people freaked out,” says Ms. Palin, in a clip being broadcast on her reality TV show.
[T]he record suggests the original Twitter message was no typo. In fact, she had combined “refute” and “repudiate” into “refudiate” just days earlier, in an appearance on Fox News, defending the Tea Party against accusations of being racist.
She is such an imbecile that, even in her explanation, she gets it wrong. If she hadn’t pressed “an ‘f’ instead of a ‘d'”, she would have tweeted “redudiate”, not “refudiate”.
With the exception of the most smitten teabaggers, Americans see Sarah Palin for who she is: a low-information, poorly-educated wannabe. She thinks she has what it takes to be a political leader because she has seen them on television and can mimic how they act. Sort of like a pea-brained parrot that appears to be intelligent.
What she doesn’t have the skill set for, however, is the hard part of governing. Things like policy setting based on a comprehensive and broad knowledge of the issue at hand. Or seeing the long-term implications of a particular action based on historical nuances and an ability to extrapolate into the future.
Palin and her husband are posers and they know it. The question is whether or not they live in constant fear of being discovered or if they are so blithely ignorant that it doesnt even occur to them to be worried about it.
As much as I hope it’s the former, I suspect it’s the latter.
I’m just sayin’…
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