Monday, 6 October 2008

Journalists can't get near her, but now you can interview Sarah Palin

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In the world of internet notoriety, you haven't really made it until someone's designed a webpage that automatically generates what you might say in given situations (or in general). George Bush has got one, Julie Burchill has one, and now, perhaps inevitably, someone has designed one for Sarah Palin.

Therefore, I was able to ask Palin why Americans should elect John McCain. Here's what she told me:
"McCain has done, that has worked in Iraq that John McCain and I think it was AIG, important call there, though, because of the public trust. And that contract that should be wiped off the bat. When he offered me the position, as his running mate, that we work together on this. I think God's will has to exercise all options out there on the verbiage that Senator McCain chose to use them. So we have got to have nuclear weapons, what can we do about it. No way, not Americans. We do not have to stand for that. I see our country being able to go back and look at that as more opportunity."
Thanks to reader Maria for sending that in "Just to encourage you to keep up the Palin content on your blog". Don't worry Maria, we plan to keep on talking about Sarah right up until November 4th, after which point we can hopefully stop. She's just been too good for us – our blog's seen a bigger "Palin bounce" than John McCain, and unlike his it's still going strong. To be honest, if she didn't already exist we'd have had to create her. Now there's a scary thought.