Between trying to digest the last Palin nugget and waiting impatiently for the next (hasn't it been at least 90 minutes?), I'm losing my mind. I'm about to wear out my keyboard refreshing Talking Points Memo every twenty seconds diligently working and surfing the Web only during my authorized break times.
But what I really want to know, and RIGHT NOW, is if there's any truth to the supposedly forthcoming National Enquirer report that she had an affair. (Yes, it's pathetic that I just typed the words "supposedly forthcoming National Enquirer report," but at this point I have all the shame of a junkie in a dumpster.) And more importantly, why would the McCain camp bring up this report?
It's true, and they don't realize that by refuting it, they're ensuring that the mainstream media will now mention it. Which they wouldn't have otherwise, just like they ignored the John Edwards reports for months.
It's not true, and that's exactly why they're highlighting it—so people are distracted by this false allegation from the true ones.
They don't know if it's true or not. They're so shellshocked they barely even know what they're saying or doing.
Must know ... must know now ... (refresh, refresh, refresh).