'Refudiating' the Sarah Palin Mockery

Thursday, 22 Jul 2010 02:46 PM

By S.E. Cupp

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The Washington Post's sweeping investigation into what it characterized as the inefficiencies of the country's intelligence agencies came out Monday, both in print and on the paper's website.

But, at least for the better part of the day, the most-read story on the paper's website dizzily revolved around another kind of intelligence: Sarah Palin's.

"Palin Invents Word 'Refudiate,' Compares Herself to Shakespeare," read the headline. And it was entirely true, if not a little dramatic.

Palin did say the nonexistent word "refudiate," and she also regurgitated it in a Twitter note she posted. She later shrugged off her faux pas by explaining that the Bard invented words, too.

Whether or not this is national news is for readers to decide. But the liberal blogosphere certainly seemed to think it was.

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