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Picture this: A young, comely U.S. Vice Presidential candidate with no foreign policy experience who was virtually unknown outside of her home state a few weeks ago meets with a number of world leaders in the city which is the news and information capital of the entire globe, that would be New York City.

In a move so dastardly even the Fox Network was kneecapped, the McComplain Campaign restricted press access to these meetings except for what are whimsically known as “photo ops.” The brilliant Maureen Dowd described it best in today’s New York Times: Sarah speed-dated diplomacy. Girlfriend is on fire with her newest column Park Avenue Diplomacy.

After SP completed her cotillion with the Big Boys, Dowd writes that she met with Henry Kissinger: How the mighty 85-year-old Henry the K has fallen from his days chasing Jill St. John and running the world to his hour briefing of a 44-year-old Wasilla hockey mom who may end up running the world . . . The two made an odd couple: the last impure Rockefeller Republican and the first pure Rovian Republican, grown totally in the petri dish of cultural crusaderism.

By the by, the word palindrome means a word or phrase which reads the same in both directions. For instance; rats live on no evil star. Or Dogma: I am God. Since the so-called Straight Talk Express seems to have seriously derailed, the second one sounds about right, n’est-ce pas?


More posts on Sarah Palin:

Baked Alaska (Ruminations on McPalin)

Que Sera, Sarah?