How lyrical, how sublime, when did that Alaskan Governor learn to rhyme? With captivating lines like: “The bad guys are the ones who say Israel is a stinking corpse,” Slate reveals the poetic side of Sarah Palin.
Hart Seely from Slate takes an in-depth look into the eloquent world of Sarah Palin:
“It’s been barely six weeks since the arctic-fresh voice of Alaskan poet Sarah Heath Palin burst upon the lower 48. In campaign interviews, the governor, mother, and maverick GOP vice presidential candidate has chosen to bypass the media filter and speak directly to fans through her intensely personal verses, spoken poems that drill into the vagaries of modern life as if they were oil deposits beneath a government-protected tundra.”
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