RD 
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Re: “Sarah Palin Meets Merriam-Webster

Out of sheer curiosity, I looked up the definition of rogue as well. The Merriam-Webster I have on the shelf has one definition for the word that I believe most aptly expresses the intention behind the comment made by the McCain staffer to her..."a vicious and solitary animal, as an elephant that has separated itself from its herd." The Republican party icon is the elephant, and Palin (if you read her book) apparently locked tusks with the McCain camp. In an intriguing way, McCain, who calls himself a maverick, chose a person who was even more of one than himself. I don't know if Palin has what it takes to be President, but I think she has certainly resonated with the American public because she is as far away, geographically (Alaska) and politically (rogue), as one can get from the corruption of Washington!

Posted by RD on January 2, 2010 at 8:26 AM
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