Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Whackjob or Whack Job? Mox Nix


One of John McCain's advisers recently called his running mate Sarah Palin a "diva" after she went off-script at a rally, and suggested she was looking after her own political future over the current campaign. Now another adviser ups the ante in a conversation with the Politico's Playbook, labeling Palin a "whack job."

'Whackjob' is one word as usually applied to her ilk, but when it's used as two words it's still entirely valid although it brings up an entirely different concept. I'm sure Moosebreath gave someone some kind of job to get on the ticket. There's no other explanation. See 'casting couch'.

"Sarah Oh-Twelve!" bellowed a man in field coat and jeans, one of several thousand at the Leesburg rally, when Palin spoke about her tax policies yesterday.

With any luck, we'll remember the stain on Monica's dress longer than we'll remember Palin.

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