Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Dreams or nightmares

David Plotz from Slate Magazine has been having dreams (or should I say nightmares) about Sarah Palin: When I mentioned my Palin dreams to Slate colleagues, they volunteered their own. One Obama-supporting colleague dreamed she had urged her young son to kill Palin with a string bean.
Is a string bean listed as a deadly weapon (at least if they don't have an alergy to string beans)?
Another dreamed she was at a fashion show and Palin served her crème fraîche on little scooped corn chips.
Is that good or bad.
A third says, "In the Sarah Palin dream I keep having, she has superhuman powers but is not really a person at all. In fact, she is more like the weather with glasses and an up-do, pushing clouds around and pitching lightning bolts."
Maybe he wants to buy one of the new Sarah Palin the Executive and Sarah Palin the Super Hero action figure dolls.

1 comment:

ann said...

Wednesday night of the GNC, after listening to Sarah Palin’s speech at the RNC, I had a nightmare. The nightmare was about people gathered in a field to organize their community. Only this rally ended up to be nothing short of the Spanish inquisition. People were individually pulled aside and told to ‘follow’. Those not falling in line were doused with gasoline and set ablaze.

On a spiritual note, people have to really think about why so many people have had nightmares regarding her. God save John McCain, he’s a good man (no nightmare after his speech) who does not deserve the end of his career to be a worldwide disaster.