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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Palin: "I Did Not Order Up These Clothes"



I just don't understand why she talks the way she does. It's so hard to listen to her. She makes sense, but it's disjointed. Tina Fey as Palin said it best, "The liberal media with their incessant need to figure out why you used the words you did and why you put them in that order."

Interview highlights:

Palin says they lost by a big margin to Obama because they didn't get the hispanic vote, they were outspent, and they were the incumbancy (sic) party.

She gives some credit to Obama for the win because he was able to "articulate" the change he would bring to America. Truer words have never been spoken.

As far as wanting to give a concession speech on election night, Palin says it was an introduction for McCain that she had written with speech writers from the campaign. She said she was going to "brag [McCain] up."

On the $150,000+ wardrobe she says, "No, I did not order up these clothes." She says she never set foot in Neiman Marcus or any high end store. So Lauer says, Did you send someone else out for you? She says no.

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