It's an occupational hazard: editors, if the ones I know are representative of the field, compulsively edit. And that includes the often poorly composed political speech. We do it for money, we do it for amusment, we do it because we love picking nits. Vanity Fair decided they couldn't stand it, and provided this priceless edit of Sarah Palin's sayonara speech.
Say I: HAH HA HA HA HA HOO HOO HAR HAR HEE HEE HA HA HA!
Big tip o' the hat to Ross Coen for forwarding this link to me.
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