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  •  Picture the audience in the Colbert Report (0+ / 0-)

    applauding your comment. Spot on.

    •  ...and just to liven up the joint.... (1+ / 0-)
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      here's a really tasty piece of Charlie, talking about one of his absolute favorite people.

      First, I leave it to you, in reading the following paragraph to figure out who is talking....it shouldn't be all that hard, especially the really obvious use of the run-on sentence:

      "If you lose that foundation, John Adams was implicitly warning us, then we will not follow our constitution, there will be no reason to follow our constitution because it is a moral and religious people who understand that there is something greater than self, we are to live selflessly, and we are to be held accountable by our creator, so that is what our constitution is based on, so those revisionists, those in the lamestream media, especially, who would want to ignore what our founders actually thought, felt and wrote about in our charters of liberty - well, that's why I call them the lamestream media."
      Charlie's response:

      Princess Dumbass of the Northwoods would like to thank the local fire and rescue people for using the Jaws Of Life to extricate her from that sentence.

      Free markets would be a great idea, if markets were actually free.

      by dweb8231 on Wed Dec 11, 2013 at 08:30:11 PM PST

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      •  It makes me want to check out Esquire! (0+ / 0-)

        I commit the run on sentence error too much but not as much as Palin. I'm not sure she knows much past 6th grade grammar.

        •  Palin's methodology for answering questions... (1+ / 0-)
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          is endlessly fascinating.....her brain is loaded with empty catch phrases and once she opens her mouth, they all come pouring out as she frantically searches for connectives, runs out of oxygen and unloads a period.

          I heard a recording of a talk she did in California a couple of years ago.  The group inviting her reportedly paid her something like $200,000 and in return got about 20 minutes of gaseous platitudes that would have earned a D- in any seventh grade speech class.  

          Oh....and she also insisted on having a supply of bendy straws.

          Free markets would be a great idea, if markets were actually free.

          by dweb8231 on Thu Dec 12, 2013 at 08:08:23 AM PST

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