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    http://www.businessinsider.com/sarah...a-video-2011-3


    http://www.alaskadispatch.com/articl...rican-politics
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    lol A while back she invented the term refudiate in a tweet she sent. With everyone laughing at her for making up a random word, she replied to the criticism claiming that it was a typo and she meant 'repudiate' but being the idiot that she is she didn't think it through, considering how far apart the letters 'p' and 'f' are on a keyboard. So she then came up with a new and more brilliant excuse and claimed she was inventing a new word like Shakespeare used to do :facepalm:
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    Just think, she could well have been Vice-President

    Scary.
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    (Original post by chrislpp)
    Just think, she could well have been Vice-President

    Scary.
    It's America; it's not that scary, comparatively :rolleyes:
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    Just noticed how much she looks like Rebecca Black.
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    too many adjectives. Best part is when the reporter cuts her off when Palin was expecting further questions.
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    she is my role model. a women who can be more than just a sex symbol
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    (Original post by chrislpp)
    Just think, she could well have been Vice-President

    Scary.
    She would have literally been a heartbeat away from becoming President.


    John Cleese had it right when he said Sarah Palin is like a parrot that is given words and sentences to remember and to repeat when asked a question and yet she doesn't know what she is saying. She doesn't understand what she is saying and what she is talking about.

    I think that is a spot on observation about her.
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    It's cool it was just an april fools joke from her........









    Really wish it was
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    I'm going to use it from now on. I nearly used 'refudiate' in my politics lesson, but then I didn't. People would be like 'that isn't a word!' Then I would have to explain Sarah Palin invented it and then I would sound like a Palin-stalker.
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    (Original post by Samwest1992)
    I'm going to use it from now on. I nearly used 'refudiate' in my politics lesson, but then I didn't. People would be like 'that isn't a word!' Then I would have to explain Sarah Palin invented it and then I would sound like a Palin-stalker.
    Or people might think you said it and meant to say it.
    But yeah, squirmish is a good word to remember.

    Thank God she isn't vice-President.
 
 
 
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