Starting with dim bulb Dana Perino telling Sean Hannity that “We did not have a terrorist attack on our country during President Bush’s term”– and of course, Sean Hannity failed to point out who was president on September 11, 2001.

So much for FauxNews’ new “zero tolerance for onscreen errors”!

Below the fold- are Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin going to sit down and ‘talk turkey’?

Barack Obama had his Beer Summit. Will they call a meeting between former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton the Coffee Summit? Such seems possible after Clinton’s discussion about Palin with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on Sunday’s “This Week.”

FauxNews has this Gretchen Carlson interview at The Villages with Sarah Palin, where Palin states she would like to sit down for coffee with Madame Secretary and “give her some of her input… To (encourage her to) give some more articulation…”

Oh please. The day Hillary Clinton needs advice from the Head Wasilla Hillbilly ex-Governor of Alaska regarding ANYTHING, let alone “how to stand up for herself and speak”… give me a break.

Next up- Palin tells Canadians to reform their healthcare system!

From ‘Think Progress’:

Canadian comedian Mary Walsh (playing the character of Marg Delahunty) attended a Sarah Palin book signing in the United States last week and asked the “thrilla from Wasilla, the Alaskan Aphrodite” if she had “any words of encouragement for the Canadian conservatives who have worked so hard to try to diminish that kind of socialized medicine we have up there.”

“Keep the faith and that common-sense conservatism,” Palin said to Walsh, who was being pushed out of the store by bodyguards.

“It needs to be plugged into Canadian policies too. Keep the faith!” Palin cried out.

After the event, Walsh waited in the loading dock of the Borders bookstore “close to where Palin’s bus was parked.” Palin came over and energetically encouraged Walsh to “keep the faith” again and suggested that Canada needs to reform its health care system to “let the private sector take over”.

Hmm… is Sarah gonna suggest to Hillary that Palin should meet with Stephen Harper? If so, maybe she should do a bit of fact-checking first…

In Canada, “the private sector” is already “a crucial part” of the Canadian health care system. The federal government finances the basic health care plan, (through a “Medicaid-like arrangement in which Canada’s 10 provinces and 2 territories jointly fund” the system), but care is independently organized and managed by each province or territory.

Hey, Sarah? Word to the wise… you were making less of a fool of yourself last year while pardoning turkeys:




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