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Palin’s Palm: Who Needs a Teleprompter?

Looks like Palin pulled a sleight of hand during last night’s post-speech Tea Party Q&A, using notes on her palm to scoot through the hard parts of the the question:

When we have a conservative house and a conservative senate, as soon as that happens, what do you think are the top three things that have to get done?

She managed her number one

We have to reign in the spending of course….

but then had to look at her handy notes to start a rambling spew about the energy resources under God’s green earth and the need to return America to being a God fearing nation where it’s okay to acknowledge our Creator.

[h/t oliver willis]

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Palin’s Palm: Who Needs a Teleprompter?

UPDATE: What the hand said

Images reportedly enhanced from the video below show the following on Palin’s hand:

Energy

Budget cut

Tax

Lift America’s

spirit

Oh don’t fault her for using good ole fashioned American know-how instead of some new-fangled furrin-made device.

[h/t Stefan SirucekEileen B ]

Looks like Palin pulled a sleight of hand during last night’s post speech Tea Party Q&A, using notes on her palm to scoot through the hard parts of the the question:

When we have a conservative house and a conservative senate, as soon as that happens, what do you think are the top three things that have to get done?

She managed her number one

We have to reign in the spending of course….

but then had to look at her handy notes to start a rambling spew about the energy resources under God’s green earth and the need to return America to being a God fearing nation where it’s okay to acknowledge our Creator.

[h/t oliver willis]

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Lisa Derrick

Lisa Derrick

Los Angeles native, attended UC Berkeley and Loyola Marymount University before punk rock and logophilia overtook her life. Worked as nightclub columnist, pop culture journalist and was a Hollywood housewife before writing for and editing Sacred History Magazine. Then she discovered the thrill of politics. She also appears frequently on the Dave Fanning Show, one of Ireland's most popular radio broadcasts.