This weekend, Sarah Palin closed out CPAC with a tour de force performance that was more stand-up routine than political speech and included a parody of Dr. Seuss' Green Eggs and Ham lifted directly from a four-year-old chain email. None of this was lost on MSNBC's Chris Matthews, who showed some highlights from Palin's speech before sharing his review of it.
Former Alaska governor and 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin left conservatives rolling with laughter on the final day of CPAC Saturday with a rendition of Dr. Seuss' "Green Eggs and Ham" filled with jabs at the Obama administration.
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At CPAC this weekend, Sarah Palin got some howls for her new rendering of Green Eggs and Ham, now all about Obamacare and those crooks in Washington and the media. While many were quick to point out that Dr. Seuss' book ends with the...Show More Summary
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Sarah Palin used a poorly-written Green Eggs and Ham parody to parallel her distaste for Obamacare. Only, had she finished the book, she would have known that the whole point of the Dr. Seuss classic is that the green eggs and ham was liked, after all. In terms of the level of writing, “I do […]
Oh, the places she’ll go. Sarah Palin did her best Ted Cruz impersonation at CPAC on Saturday, as we reported, with a bastardization of Dr. Seuss’s Green Eggs and Ham that once again proves rhyming does not a poet make.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) delivered the keynote address at the annual Conservative Political Action conference on Saturday, revising the Dr. Seuss classic "Green Eggs and Ham" to criticize President Obama and Washington, D.C., in general. Show More Summary
Never one to miss a meme, Sarah Palin took a moment during her speech at CPAC to resurrect Senator Ted Cruz's (R-TX) Green Eggs and Ham bit from his fauxbuster last fall, but reworked Dr. Seuss' rhymes ever so slightly to make the poem a scathing critique of President Barack Obama. See if you can catch the slight differences.
As even some Breitbart readers point out, Palin didn't write that Dr. Seuss parody, which has been floating around the internet for at least a couple of years. But Palin Recites Old Internet Meme doesn't make a good headline.
Sarah Palin — well-known in her own right for writing some interesting things — took on the role of Dr. Seuss at the March 8 CPAC meeting in an effort to skewer Washington politics and President Barack Obama’s health care law. During the meeting, Palin touched on everything from the role of women in the... Show More Summary
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin riveted a standing-room-only crowd here when she delivered the closing speech of the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday. Palin offered plenty of "red meat" for the conservative audience to love. Show More Summary
Sarah Palin's new TV program Amazing America doesn't start until next month, but Saturday in Maryland the former Alaska governor already put on quite a show. Speaking at CPAC for the third straight year, Palin did not disappoint as the keynote attraction. Show More Summary
Sarah Palin, insprired by Ted Cruz who read “Green Eggs and Ham” during his filibuster last year, rewrote the Dr. Seuss classic during her speech this afternoon at CPAC 2014. This was a show stopper: “I do not like this … Continue reading ?
In this Weekend Planner: a tour of the Forbidden City, the art of Dr. Seuss, and celebrating International Women’s Day. Art: If The Forbidden City: Inside the Court of China’s Emperors has a mascot, it’s Emperor Yongzheng. The imageShow More Summary
Dr. Seuss’ birthday was March 2nd, so we here at TheGloss want to celebrate it by giving away some of his greatest work…in the form of clothing. TVStoreOnline.com has great themed apparel and 3 lucky readers will win Dr. Seuss … More » Giveaway: Happy Birthday Month Dr. Show More Summary