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Sunday, September 07, 2008

Sarah Palin, Waitress

An interesting behind-the-scenes Green Room interview with Sarah Palin, on the Charlie Rose show.

(Psst. C.S. Lewis? Oh, mama!)

And not sure why her interview is less than two minutes long, but here it is.

ADDED: Before she was Sarah Palin, she was Sarah Heath, sportscaster. Never mind Margaret Thatcher, she's the female Ronald Reagan:

"Once in 1934, during the ninth inning of a Cubs - St. Louis Cardinals game, the wire went dead. Reagan smoothly improvised a fictional play-by-play (in which hitters on both teams gained a superhuman ability to foul off pitches) until the wire was restored."

Stick around until the very last fifteen seconds of this video. You will see shades of the future very opinionated woman you saw at the RNC.

"Well they're going to play, anyway"
"Don't go overboard there, Sarah"

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  • I agree that Palin is very similar to Reagan.

    The development, wisdom, and expression of her political and world views perfectly match the path that Reagan began traveling in the 50's.

    Thanks for your insight.

    By Blogger 1jpb, at Sun Sep 07, 02:05:00 pm GMT-4  

  • the fair Ms Victoria--its roger from Althouse and your fellow Miamian. Let me say you have a good feel for American politics--probably because you, by nativity, can retain some objectivity.

    I asked on ann's blog what Sarah Palin had in common with another great president, and people seem to forget that Ronald Reagan was a sportscaster-

    That said, Gov Palin, at least in my judgment connects--thats an extraordinarily difficult thing to achieve and few have it. Clinton did (gag) Reagan had it. The dem ticket doesnt have it and McCain, god love him has it only partially.

    Sarah Palin has transformed this election and more important she will represent the face of a new republican party in the next decade alont with Bobby Jindhal.

    I do apprececiate your insights. And of course, i most apprecieate your insights about the city of MY nativity Miami--Wore my Joes Stone Crab tee shirt the other day and was wondering when stone crabs are back in season.

    If you ever need first hand miami memories I am your guy--how about for example Zagami's market on 27th near beacon blvd

    By Blogger Roger J., at Sun Sep 07, 10:55:00 pm GMT-4  

  • Loved her mention of Lewis. If she ever expresses admiration for G.K. Chesterton, I'll have to find a way to bear her child.

    By Blogger Bekah, at Mon Sep 08, 04:18:00 am GMT-4  

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