Sarah Palin: The Musical
- 2009/11/17 13:52:29
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It's futile to try to ignore Palin, however noble the effort may be. She's a phenomenon, and it hardly matters that so many people believe she augurs the final dissolution of American politics into a big, frothy bowl of mush. The republic will survive even her.
Anyway, she's unlikely ever to become -- shudder -- commander in chief. A new Post-ABC News poll shows that 60 percent of Americans believe Palin is not qualified to be president, and 53 percent "definitely" would not vote for her.
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