Thursday, October 02, 2008

Five Questions for Sarah Palin



1. Please explain the significance of Marbury v. Madison in American judicial history.

2. Compare and contrast lip stick with lip gloss.

3. If you had to choose between terrific smelling hair and hair that had the type of volume that would be the envy of the entire Wasilla City Council, which would you choose?

4. Among the following three choices, separate the sit-com from the infamous Supreme Court decisions: Plessy v. Ferguson. Bush v. Gore. Golden Girls.

5. Which Golden Girl do you think most resembles John McCain?

1 comment:

Cheri said...

Palin’s responses to moderator Gwen Ifill:

1.Please explain the significance of Marbury v. Madison in American judicial history.

-->“Sure, no problem. Gwen (Ifill), you see Marboro v. Madison was the landmark case in which Dolly Madison – you know the company that makes zingers – sued a cigarette company. You see this was important in judicial history because we all know that smoking is bad for you. And we can’t forget, it’s gotta be all about job creation.”

2. Compare and contrast lip stick with lip gloss.

-->“Oh, this one is a no-brainer. Gwen, when you want a subtle look that draws attention to your lips, you wanna go with lip gloss. Of course there are other benefits to lip gloss as well – they come in really yummy flavors like cherry and strawberry.”

3. If you had to choose between terrific smelling hair and hair that had the type of volume that would be the envy of the entire Wasilla City Council, which would you choose?

-->“Oh c’mon Gwen, you’re gonna have to throw me some harder questions. This one’s Of course I would choose more volume… what self-respecting woman wouldn’t?”

4. Among the following three choices, separate the sit-com from the infamous Supreme Court decisions: Plessy v. Ferguson. Bush v. Gore. Golden Girls.

-->“Katie--uhh, I mean Gwen, I’m gonna have to get beack to you on that one.”

5. Which Golden Girl do you think most resembles John McCain?

-->“Definitely Bea Arthur, yeah Bea for sure…”