I read both chairmen's comments with amusement and thought they would be better if they were fixed as follows:
“Governor Palin has quickly emerged as one of the most
popularhilarious and recognizable faces in the Republican Party, and we are honored to havedreading her delivery of the keynote address at the Senate-House dinner. As a proven leader in ethics violations in her home-state of Alaska, Governor Palin represents a breath of fresh air fromthe business-as-usual crowd of Republicans in Washington, and is one of our Party’s up-and-coming young governorsposeurs who will play a critical role in ruining our re-building efforts in the years to come. Last fall, she electrified and energized crowdsopponents across the country, and we expect she will generate a similar amount of enthusiasmresistance at this spring’s dinner.” – NRSC Chairman John Cornyn
“On behalf of Congressional Republicans, it is a
pleasurepity to announce one of the brightest rising starsdimmest bulbs in the Republican Party, Sarah Palin, will deliver the keynote address at this year’s Senate-House dinner. Gov. Palin’s conservative valuestalking points, her commendabledubious achievements in Alaska and the sheer energy pantyhose she personifies make her one of the most compelling visionariessex symbols of our Party. WithI'll try to feign respect, admiration and enthusiasm, I look forward toas I welcom inge her to Washington and await the inspirationalvacuous address our Party doesn't need s, as it rebuilds and prepares for a victoriousviscious election cycle.” – NRCC Chairman Pete Sessions
As it turns out, GINO may not be going after all. I wonder how excited Cornyn and Sessions will be the next time they see her?