Using Sarah Palin's own voice and words, Ann Telnaes makes great fun of the Republican vice presidential nominee still thinking the Vice President is "in charge" of the U.S. Senate.
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The Onion scores again this week with a news video that tells the harrowing tale of John McCain being accidentally left on the campaign bus overnight -- but at least his staff left the windows cracked open.
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And while I'm sure most of you have seen Sarah Palin being interviewed by Katie Couric and being unable to recall any periodical she reads for information, you may not have watched long enough to see a jarring appearance by Terry Tate: Office Linebacker. Have a look:
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