Bil Browning

Sarah Palin's debut on FOX News

Filed By Bil Browning | January 13, 2010 4:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Fundie Watch, Media
Tags: Alaska, Bill O, Bill O'Reilly, Fox News, rightwing nutjobs, Sarah Palin

Presented without commentary (because I'm sure y'all will have plenty to say about this...): Sarah Palin's debut on FOX News.


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ok, I lasted 1.58 into it. Enough.

I want Tina Fey.

I lasted exactly 1:58 as well! Hmmm, when all the clips they show from MSNBC etc. are basically laughing that Sarah Palin now works for Fox, how can even Bill O'Reilly interpret that as feeling threatened? Humpty Dumpty triumphs again. Oh, not to mention that ratings are a measure of whether commentary is moronic or not. Jeebus!

How funny. That's about how long I lasted too - hence, "I'll let you guys talk about this..." LOL

It's Sarah Palin, and on Fake News no less. I didn't even watch one second! This bitch is dumber than 3-day-old dirt. I have a 4-year-old grandson who knows more about the world then she does. She'll just give Tina Fey more material. That the only good thing that will come out of this.

It is so painful to watch someone wrestle so vigorously in an attempt to conquer rather than to utilise the English language.

Perhaps Ms Palin(the use of her former title is inappropriate, by the way as she resigned) sounds better to people familiar with whatever the Alaskan dialect is.

Christopher D | January 14, 2010 12:49 AM

Her grammar is bad, sure, but what is up with her pronunciation? In SF there's that BART/MUNI computer voice. That's what she sounds like to me.