Another politician caught in taping sting

Written By: - Date published: 4:00 pm, November 5th, 2008 - 6 comments
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6 comments on “Another politician caught in taping sting”

  1. DeeDub 1

    My God, that womans’ stupidity defies classification!?!

    Who was it who said, when McCain picked her as his running mate, “McCain must REALLY hate America?!” Totally on the money…

  2. Rex Widerstrom 2

    When I first heard of this I couldn’t find the audio anywhere, so gave up looking. Thanks for that Steve, it’s even more hilarious than I thought! “My special American advisor Johnny Halliday” LMAO

    And that accent… it’s as convincing as Basil Fawlty trying to impersonate an arrogant French guest.

    You can just imagine the situation if by some means she was left in charge of the free world.

    Caller: “Hello, this is… ummm… Boris Yeltsin… yeah that’s it, Boris Yeltsin, you know, the Russian President guy. I’ve just fired a missile at yo ass”.

    Palin: “Well shoot, he sounds just like that nice lady from… where is it, Albania?… that scrubs my office floors. Albania’s near Russia, right? That’s convincing enough for me. Fire the missiles”.

  3. To be fair, the caller is Quebecois, that’s just how they sound – a blend of Canadian and French. In France, they often get mistaken for Americans trying to speak French much to their annoyance

  4. Jess 4

    I heard she knew this was a joke, and this is backed up by the preamble if you listen closely…

  5. Felix 5


    I must be missing something, what is it about the preamble?

  6. Matthew Pilott 6

    Where is the video? It is no longer available.

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