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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Left: Remove Planks in Your Eyes, Not Splinters in Palin's

As we have noted numerous times, leftist attacks on Governor Palin operate like a Baskin Robbins ice cream store, following a "flavor-of-the-day" approach. Today's flavor relates to a simple oratorical error that Gov. Palin made during her speech at Stanislaus last week. The "lamestream media" - are abuzz that with the "horrific, earth shattering" news that Gov. Palin said "California's Eureka College" rather than its actual location in Illinois, thus giving birth to a new meme infesting the Internet like a metastasizing cancer: "she doesn't even know where her hero went to school!"

Gov. Palin Knows Exactly Where Eureka Is

On April 17, 2010, Gov. Palin delivered a rousing speech in Five Points, Washington, Illinois, during which she referenced President Reagan's alma mater and correctly stated its location in Eureka, Illinois. If the lamestream media would bother to do some research and fact-checking, they would realize that having properly referenced the location in a prior speech, Gov. Palin clearly knows where her hero's alma mater is. If we review the sentence in which the error was made, we can see that she desired to draw a connection between "Eureka" and the "Golden State," to wit: "This is Reagan country, and perhaps it was destiny that the man who went to California's Eureka College would become so woven within and interlinked to the Golden State."

Governor Palin Knows How Many States we Have in Our Union Too...

Having satisfactorily established that Gov. Palin knows that President Reagan's alma mater is in Eureka, Illinois, and that she shared this knowledge on April 17, 2010, perhaps leftists might approach the current president and query him on how many states we have in our union. When he last discussed it, we gained seven states that we did not know existed - with one still left to go, bringing the total to 58. We are still trying to figure out where these eight new states are. Perhaps, his vice president, who is also renowned for really major gaffes can help us locate them.

Here are the current president's Top 10 gaffes - and they are doozies (H/T: Josh Painter):


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