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  • Wow

    February 9, 2010

  • This is fabulous!

    February 9, 2010

  • Julian Gough of the UK's Prospect Magazine opined facetiously this past December that "Palin is a poet, and a fine one at that. What the philistine media take for incoherence is, in fact, the fruitful ambiguity of verse." His example of this "fruitful ambiguity" is a found poem he termed "The Relevance of Africa:"

    And the relevance to me

    With that issue,

    As we spoke

    About Africa and some

    Of the countries

    There that were

    Kind of the people succumbing

    To the dictators

    And the corruption

    Of some collapsed governments

    On the


    The relevance

    Was Alaska's.

    -Huffington Post, Sarah Palin, the Anti-Poet

    What we've had to put up with for 18 months is about to be unleashed on the rest of you. We're counting the days until July 26th...

    July 20, 2009