There She Goes Again

A classic moment from the latest Palinpalooza, the Gridiron Dinner:

Yet “on my far left,” as she aptly put it, was the liberal Democrat Mr. Frank. At the other end of the dais, he looked stoic or even pained much of the time. But when Ms. Palin noted how busy she has been with five kids, a book tour, running a huge state Mr. Frank suddenly started and looked quizzical, seemingly wondering at her last item since she unexpectedly quit as governor last summer.

"The Desperate Housewives of 133, C Street" is a pretty good one, though, Barney.

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