Did you ever notice how Sarah Palin tends to talk in whirlpools that always end in some watery, patriotic platitude?
Check this out:
During her first week as a Fox News contributor, Palin was coy about the possibility of a 2012 presidential run. "You know, I'm not going to close any doors for my future, for my family's future -- don't know what's in the future, what it holds, but between now and whenever a big decision has to be made, I'm gonna do all that I can to help our country get back on the right track, and that's to get a message out there about solutions that I believe and a whole lot of Americans believe need to be plugged in," she told her audience.
After reading that quote I thought about how she might answer other questions.
Q: What are your views on health care reform?
A: Well, you gotta realize that it's all very expensive, I mean like medicine, even over the counter medicine, and the doctors and nurses and tests and all. And what we do know is we don't want government death panels or government takeovers of the health system that so valiantly has served us so beautifully well all these years, especially our beloved troops, whom I think we all believe are vital to the security of this great nation of ours, really since the beginning of time when George Washington had his roughriders defending us against the enemy at every door jamb.
Q: Why do you think the Republican party is in a better position to lead the country?
A: Well, I have toured all around the big beautiful, really fantastic nation of ours and I can say with true sureity that the vast amounts of peoples are good old fashioned family values types who believe in the Lord and the ultimate power of the families-- which includes a mom and a dad who work hard to put food on tables across this glorious nation. And of course we cannot forget the troops who sacrifice their families and their homely comforts to go to war areas and risk their lifes and limbs to protect the people back home. And that's really what it's all about: the red white and blue flag flappin' over hillsides and seasides and the town hall buildings and really just about every town and city you go to.
Q: Who do you consider the greatest leader in the Senate?
A: Well, there are a lot of really, really great Republican Senators who work really with great diligence to serve the amazing people of these United States of America.
And the best ones are those ones that step forward and support our troops in as many ways as they possibly can, ya know? What we don't need are liberals who want to cut the troops and keep them from performing their proper war duties in defending this great nation of ours. Because, you know, that's what REAL Americans truly want to see.