The beginning of this week was filled with news about Sarah Palin reading notes off her palm while talking at the first ever Tea Party Convention in Nashville, Tenn.
She also cleverly linked the word “hope” to “nope,” in that way only pit bulls with lipstick can do…
“Hope” is one of the keywords that President Obama, the current president, used to encourage the masses to vote for him in his presidential campaign.
But before Palin used the “hope, nope,” dope-a-rope rope-a-dope routine, there was another place you could find “hope, nope.” Check out this 2006 episode of Moral Orel, the adventures of a kid trying to be faithful to his religion; the part in question comes in at 1 min and 35 secs. Was someone watching the Orel when they wrote Palin’s “hope, nope” phrase?