“I tell you, I’m in a quandary here this morning. I admire you so much. I really don’t even know what to ask.”
What a jokester, eh?
Part of her response:
"Well, yeah, I guess that message is they do want me to sit down and shut up, but that’s not going to happen. I care too much about this great country.
“I’ve got nothing to lose in this. And I think America has everything to gain by understanding the differences, the contrasts here between Obama and McCain.”
More subtle than some of her race-baiting, but - hey! - Limbaughts know "the code..."
This, from the comments to a New York Times article about Palin's call-in:
Shame on you, Sarah Palin! Shame for stirring up hatred in this beautiful country you insist you love.
Shame on you, Sarah Palin! Shame for violating the spirit of the law in Alaska, if not the letter of the law.
Shame on you, Sarah Palin! Not enough hours in your day? Patience, patience. There’ll be lots of time come November 5.
Americans around the world are hoping you might stop stirring it up. Can’t imagine a Vice- (President) who would be so indifferent to what is good for the United States and Americans, nor one so arrogant in her mind’s eye’s image of being always right.
November 5 is coming!
photo - Michael Appleton, NYT