In June, Sarah Palin disagreed with the Exxon Valdez decision issued by the U.S. Supreme Court. Tonight, she couldn’t name one case.




As John noted below, in the latest installment of “The Blithering Idiot talks to Katie Couric,” Sarah Palin couldn’t name a single Supreme Court, other than Roe, with which she disagreed. Couldn’t name one.

But, in June of this year, Governor Palin expressed outrage over the Exxon Valdez case, which was decided by the U.S. Supreme Court JUST FOUR MONTHS AGO. A case affecting Alaska. And a case about energy, her signature issue, her BEST issue, McCain keeps telling us.

From Gov. Sarah Palin:

“I am extremely disappointed with today’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court,” Palin said. “While the decision brings some degree of closure to Alaskans suffering from 19 years of litigation and delay, the court gutted the jury’s decision on punitive damages.”

She’s a blithering idiot. This was an Alaska case. And, at its core, the case is about energy, which is her supposed expertise – remember, John McCain said she knows more about energy than anyone in America.

Wow.


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