Sarah Palin as spoken word mytho-poet

Author: Josh  |  Category: josh, nonfiction, poeme

Her interview makes more sense when you stop reading it and “read” it instead, like with your gut. Instead of watching her stare blankly at an interviewer while making little to no sense (scientists refer to this phenomenon as the “I can’t believe you called on me, i will just keep talking until class is over syndrome, or ICBYCOMIWJKTUCIS, or brainjunctivitus) picture her as a revolutionary street poet, stumbling onto a smoky stage, as if by accident, and launching unbidden into this directionless (or is it) screed.




Bin Laden
is
  is
      hiding out right now
and...
   and
      is still such a leader of this terrorist movement.

There
     there
             are many more challenges
          there.
So,
again,
I believe that
a surge in Afghanistan
also will lead us to victory
                 there
as it has proven to have done in Iraq.
And as I say, Katie,
                 that
we cannot afford to retreat,
to withdraw in Iraq.


    That's not gonna get us any better off in Afghanistan either.
And as our leaders are telling us in our military


 we do need to ramp it up
 in Afghanistan,
 counting on our friends
 and allies to assist
  with us
                          there
  because
  these terrorists who hate America,
                          they
  hate what we stand for
   with the

     the freedoms,
     the democracy,
                       the...
     the women's rights,
     the tolerance,
                          they
  hate what it is that we represent
     and our allies, too,
     and our friends,
                      what they represent.
                      

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