A Special Gift From Mrs. Palin

As McCain aid Steve Schmidt revealed on 60 Minutes, Mrs. Palin struggled to get Senator Biden’s name right, so she was advised to just call him Joe. Watch her screw up and call him “O’Biden” during this clip from their debate.

Haha Sarah, you ignorant slut! Never change; you are perfect just the way you are.

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10 Responses to A Special Gift From Mrs. Palin

  1. David Duff says:

    I thought the “O’Biden” name was rather witty. Honestly, you Americans just don’t get irony!

  2. arline says:

    I doubt that she was being ironic.

  3. Aja says:

    Duffster, I knew you’d try but you can’t defend her here. It was definitely a cock up. And a funny one.

  4. O dear. O help and O Duff stop it!

  5. dust says:

    Somebody shoot her!

  6. Juri says:

    Potato/patata, Biden/O’Schmeiden.
    “What exactly is it that the VP does everyday,” and who cares about the names of all these communists, anyway?

  7. JK says:

    Sorry Sister,

    Your title should read: “A Special Gift TO Sarah Palin.”

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/34795485/ns/politics/

    (You might want to re-think putting that whatchamacallit on your front door. Or at least a Lesbian Stick).

  8. Sister Wolf says:

    JK – The fact that Schmidt doesn’t know what “nonplussed” means is more distressing than anything else in that article.

  9. JK says:

    I’m not too sure Sister:

    “The adjective nonplussed means “surprised, confused, and uncertain what to do or say.” It is increasingly used in the almost opposite sense of “untroubled,” especially in U.S. English (Nonplussed by the criticism, she continued to direct her films in the very same offbeat manner for which she was famed.). This new meaning is not yet accepted as standard, and it may cause ambiguity in sentences such as He seemed nonplussed by the news. It possibly derives from a misunderstanding of the non- element, perhaps also influenced by nonchalant which does mean “calm and unconcerned.” But nonplussed goes back to Latin non plus “no more,” and does not have a positive or affirmative form plussed.”

    http://encarta.msn.com/encnet/features/dictionary/DictionaryResults.aspx?lextype=3&search=nonplussed

    Maybe just a Lesbian Stick?

    I do realize it could just be my evolutionary need for seeking.

  10. Jenny Dunville says:

    He misused nonplussed. You should be able to substitute the word “bewildered” for nonplussed & have the same meaning.
    I need a TV brick to throw @ the screen when Palin begins work for Fox.
    I also need a Lesbian Stick.

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