Sarah Palin’s Word Salad of the Day
Sarah Palin served up one of her delicious word salads yesterday on Fox Business, accusing “the establishment” of trying to “crucify” Newt Gingrich by “subscribing” incorrect characterizations of him. Via words.
“They maybe subscribe such characterization of Newt via words like that, but they don’t subscribe those to say Mitt Romney when he or his surrogates do the same thing,” she said. “That’s that typical hypocrisy stuff in the media that I’ve lived with over a couple of decades in the political arena. So I’m used to it. But in order to help educate the rest of the American public, I’ll articulate that it is hypocritical of the media to subscribe to one candidate and not another, that kind of ‘angry attack muffin’ verbiage to one and not the other.”
(The context: Palin is blathering about a Peggy Noonan column labeling Gingrich an “angry little attack muffin.”)