Alaska Governor < Chapel Hill Mayor

9 07 2009

Sarah Palin, Former VP Hopeful now the Former Governor of Alaska.

“It’s not retreating. It’s advancing. In a different direction.” Yeah, that’s right. Didn’t you know that? Man, some Elected Officials even have themselves fooled. But apparently not even Alaskans care anymore, I mean, Sarah Palin made her resignation speech to a total of 4 people (and a duck).

Huffington Post writer David Stemler explains, “Watching Sarah Palin’s press conference on Friday was like watching a drunk seal trying to land a plane.” He offers a less painful minute-long edit of her speech (link)

But, after the official announcement last month that Chapel Hill Mayor Kevin Foy would not run for re-election, Sarah Palin has carpet-bagged her way down to North Carolina to throw her hat out onto the metaphorical basketball court which is local politics. DSI Witness News ran an exclusive Tuesday July 7th on News Talk 1360.

Sarah Palin runs for Mayor of Chapel Hill, North Carolina (mp3)

In her own words, Chapel Hill has “Special Needs” And. She. Has. Experience.

Enjoy.

– Mister Zach Ward

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9 07 2009
Posts about Huffington Post as of July 9, 2009 » The Daily Parr

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9 07 2009
mollybuckley

I want an “adorable little bastard child.” It sounds like a hot new trend or something. Like a collectible beanie baby or vintage cans of Crystal Pepsi. amiright?!

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