Still chuckling about Sarah Palin's announcement that she's quitting as governor of Alaska.
Her largely incoherent resignation speech indicates she doesn't have the heart (or smarts) to run a state as complicated as Alaska.
Plus, while she was quitting, she had the guts to say she's no quitter.
Speculation is that she's trying to set herself up for a presidential run in 2012.
Setting herself up by quitting the only major elected post (mayor of Wasilla really can't count) she's ever held (and managed rather poorly)? If she gets a little heat and quits in Alaska, what could happen if she ever were to set foot in the White House?
She lasted 16 months in Alaska.
Could she last 16 days in the White House?
Once a quitter, always a quitter.
Thanks, Sarah, for clearing that up.
And so it goes.