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Jan 12 2010

The most persuasive evidence I’ve yet seen that there may not only be a God, but that he dearly, truly loves us!

This.

Seriously, Jon Stewart, Colbert, Rachel Maddow, Olbermann must not be able to stop dancing with glee! This is rapture!

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  1. 1
    Steve

    You bet'cha.

  2. 2
    JT

    Maybe some of that fairedness and balancedness will rub off on her.

  3. 3
    Guillaume

    There must be a God, and he sure has a sense of humour.

  4. 4
    Mark B

    Hm, now she can campaign for President and get paid for it at the same time.

  5. 5
    Ken Chamberlain

    Though I disagree with Sarah Palin's politics, and would never vote for her to public office, I do find her down to earth, folksy ways, rather appealing.

  6. 6
    BeamStalk

    You did see this also, right?

  7. 7
    Ing

    ah yes Palin's earthy homespunyness…aka a celebration of ignorant stubbornness, exaltation of physical and superficial traits over ability and hilarious comfort with crippling substance abuse

  8. 8
    ThatAtheistChick

    Faux news is already a joke, and now they've added Caribou Barbie to their cast of biased and intolerant asshole, who laughably call themselves journalists, like Glenn Beck.

  9. 9
    Nugget

    Details are emerging :)

  10. 10
    Dorkman

    Calling it now: she quits within 18 months.

  11. 11
    Thomas

    @Bornatnight1Absolutely. She reminds me of the mother from "Bobby's World". I keep expecting her to end every sentence with "doncha know".But she is basically George W Bush in drag. I thought that the country was just now waking up to the problems that can happen when you place the free world in the hands of a friendly, but mentally challenged religious zealot, with no real understanding of the world around him/her.But, then they went nuts for the exact same thing with a different accent.

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    Ing

    "I thought that the country was just now waking up to the problems that can happen when you place the free world in the hands of a friendly, but mentally challenged religious zealot, with no real understanding of the world around him/her."Everything I've heard from people who've had conflicts with her professionally does not describe her as 'friendly'

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