October 22, 2008

Correction

"With all of the important issues facing the country right now, it's remarkable that we're spending time talking about pantsuits and blouses," said Palin-McCain spokeswoman Tracey Schmitt.
"With all of the important issues facing the country right now, it's remarkable that we're spending $150,000 in one month on pantsuits and blouses," said Palin-McCain spokeswoman Tracey Schmitt.
Fixed.

2 comments:

gnarlytrombone said...

From People:

...but you don't get to be governor without being smart. Do you think you're intellectual?

Sarah: Yehhh-sss. And you have to be up on not only current events, but you have to understand the foundation of the issues that you're working on...You can't just go on what is presented you.

How do you get that knowledge?

Sarah: I'm a voracious reader, always have been. I appreciate a lot of information. I think that comes from growing up in a family of school teachers.

What do you like to read?

Sarah: Autobiographies, historical pieces -- really anything and everything. Besides the kids and sports, reading is my favorite thing to do.

illusory tenant said...

you have to understand the foundation of the issues

Like what it means to be an intellectual, would be a good start. Or else that -- apart from pompous twits -- people generally don't describe themselves as intellectuals.