Palin decries “extreme partisanship”

No, you didn’t read the title of this blog entry wrong. At a press conference today, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin said she and her fellow Republican governors were ready to put aside “extreme partisanship” and act if Washington fails to provide the leadership America needs, according to CNN. Gov. Palin even went so far as to praise President-elect Barack Obama, saying, “If he governs with the skill, and the grace, and the greatness of which he is capable, we’re going to be just fine.”

Now here’s where things get a little weird. In the 48 hours before Gov. Palin appeared at today’s press conference, Gov. Palin had given television interviews in which she defended her previous claims that President-elect Obama had “palled around with terrorists,” a reference to his past work with William Ayers, the Vietnam-era domestic bomber. However, by today Gov. Palin was singing a different tune, praising President-elect Obama as mentioned above.

Sarah Palin, thy hypocrisy knows no bounds!


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