The helpful people over at Slate have given us a hand at getting going. As they demonstrate, some sentences are fairly straightforward (it's all relative, you know). Take, for example, Palin on her foreign policy experience:
It's very important when you consider even national security issues with Russia as Putin rears his head and comes into the air space of the United States of America, where—where do they go?
Still here? Don't go away.
I know that John McCain will do that and I, as his vice president, families we are blessed with that vote of the American people and are elected to serve and are sworn in on January 20, that will be our top priority is to defend the American people.
Man, the wheels are coming off the cart there. Families! Blessed! Defend! Serve! Yeah!! It's all there!
But if that's too mentally taxing, relax and turn up the sound to see how my absolute favorite Palin impersonator shows us preparations for this evening's entertainment.
I know they've got her locked up at McCain's ranch madly dumping talking points into her head, but I'm with those who say "Just let Palin be Palin." Because people really need to see what is there—or rather, what's not.
I've instructed Husband to go down to the wine cellar (otherwise known as our basement) and bring up a bottle of something good. It's going to be quite an evening.