“NO THANKS”? REALLY?

“NO THANKS”? REALLY?…In addition to what Steve and Bradhave already said re: the Bridge to Nowhere line in Palin’s speech, it’s worth noting that while she said “no thanks” to the bridge, she didn’t have a problem keeping the money:

Under mounting political pressure over pork projects, Congress stripped the earmark — or stipulation — that the money be used for the airport, but still sent the money to the state for any use it deemed appropriate.

I think AP meant “bridge,” not “airport,” but point taken.

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