Sunday, September 28, 2008

Now...About Palin

I got back home last night, but I'm leaving again today for another meeting, this time in Corpus Christi, TX. It's a short trip; I come back on Tuesday afternoon. I'll have Wednesday and most of the day Thursday to catch up on work I've missed since I left town last Tuesday. Then, another obligation...manning a trade show booth with a member of my staff, Friday through Sunday.

And then maybe I'll relax for awhile...but, not long, as I have another client board meeting coming up the weekend of October 25, so I have to prepare for that and then experience it in all its joy and excitement.

This morning, clothes are in the washer as I pack for my trip...don't know what I would have done if I had kept to the original schedule, which would have gotten me home about noon today before my outbound 3:00 pm flight.

No time for our normal Sunday lunch wanderings today. Typically, we'd look for a character-laden dive where we could get something unusual but tasty. Today, though, we'll eat in...BLTs, which I love more than life itself, made even better with the addition (on mine, anyway) of jalapeƱos.

Now...about Palin. I watched SNL last night, only because I wanted to see Tina Fey's mockery of the Vice Presidential nominee. It was hysterical. But it was nothing compared to the real thing; I watched a video this morning of the Couric interview and laughed until I cried. Republicans are calling for her replacement and I fully understand why. If she doesn't get some serious training between now and Thursday's debate, she's going to be the most incredible embarrassment the world has ever seen.


isabelita said...

Horrifically enough, the Americans who support McNutso and Palin don't give a flying you-know-what about her knowledge. And the fact that she embodies for them some kind of heights of accomplishment is utterly nauseating. She's a mean-spirited, rightwing, greedy religious kook.

Kathy Rogers said...

She's probably no stupider than Dan "Potatoe" Quayle. And he clearly lost his debate with Lloyd Bentsen. But that didn't keep him from getting elected.

I remain quite worried that this ridiculous person will be the first woman president.