But if you are Sarah Palin, and if you are actually speaking to third graders, and if you say that the president of the United States Senate is “in charge of the United States Senate”, then prepare for scorn and mockery from George F. Will. Today, Will concludes that Palin has “confusion about the office for which she is auditioning.” Here are Palin’s perfectly appropriate remarks that Mr. Will pompously derided today:
Of course, Mr. Will also includes in his column today his usual defense of unlimited and unregulated campaign contributions: “One excellent result of this election cycle is that public financing of presidential campaigns now seems sillier than ever.” Never mind that Obama has broken his word, has skewed the entire presidential race, and has likely raked in tens of millions of dollars in dirty money:
Does George Will even care if folks like Gaddafi are trying to finance Obama’s campaign? I just hope Americans have enough good sense to vote next week unlike George Will will.
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