A Brighter Shade of Palin

After seeing the mind-bogglingly rambling and non-sensical farewell speech by Sarah Palin the other day, my immediate reaction, like so many others who haven’t drank the Kool-Aid and see her as the female kick-ass naughty librarian second coming of Jesus, was:

What the fleezy was that?

However, at one of my regular blog destinations, I joked that it might make good spoken word poetry, particularly in combination with the right jazzy beat in the background.

Who knew how prophetic I was…turns on on the “Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien,” William Shatner did a beat poetry version.

My friends, it is sheer brilliance, and you can see it here:


Sarah Palin, on the other hand, is still an idiotic dipwad who should never be entrusted with any duty more important than changing urinal cakes and replacing paper towels in the dispenser.

1 Response to “A Brighter Shade of Palin”

  1. July 30, 2009 at 11:14 am

    i JUST left that reference on chez’s blog. BRILLIANT

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