Shatner Takes On Sarah Palin’s Parting Poem

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Palin, Video

I didn’t comment on her farewell speech because I didn’t want to sound mean yet again.

Best to let it speak for itself!

Shatner reads a part of her speech verbatim.

So good.

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7 Responses to “Shatner Takes On Sarah Palin’s Parting Poem”

  1. Terry Says:

    Apparently someone at NBC doesn’t want us to watch this – it has been pulled for copyright -

  2. Chris Says:

    anyone have alternative links? And NBC is retarded.

  3. Mike A. Says:

    Youtube link

    It actually does make a better poem than a speech. Maybe this is why she left office….she has a calling.

  4. ffbull Says:

    This is the kind of post that makes me realize that this website is less about moderate idea’s and more about political hogwash. Someone had to look for this garbage and post it.

  5. gerryf Says:


    Sometimyou just got to have a little fun.

  6. Aaron Says:


    Agreed. You can’t be serious all the time. Life would be so boring!

  7. Justin Gardner Says:


    Grow a sense of humor or leave. The choice is yours.

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