December 12, 2009

Sarah Palin, discussing President Obama's Nobel Prize speech, sounded like she wanted credit for it:

I liked what he said. In fact, I thumbed through my book quickly this morning, saying, 'Wow, that really sounded familiar. I talked in my book, too, about the fallen nature of man and why war is necessary at times, and history's lessons when it comes to knowing when it is when we engage in warfare. A lot of Americans right now are getting to read my take on when war is necessary.

No, Sarah, he didn't steal your idea.

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