Saturday, January 15, 2011

Palin's Breath: Paging Dr. Lightman

...intriguing bit of video here. Watch her eyes and tight expressions. This is all of her breaks between sentences on her (Defensive? Worry? Fear? Regret? Being caught with her hand in the gun metaphor cookie jar?) "Blood Libel"-implied reaction speech to the media's reporting on her gun sights image placed over U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' Congressional district in Arizona, and who was terribly wounded during the Tuscon shootings last weekend.

I'm no expert in reading people's emotions from their faces, but surely Dr. Lightman (Lie to Me details) would have some instant analysis for us. I'd say Tim Roth's research into playing a TV actor who can interpret facial and body microexpressions are about the same as Sarah Plain's efforts to be a credible political leader and Republican potential candidate for the highest office in the land.

"You can spin up anything out of anybody's statements that are released and use them against the person who is making the statement." Yes you can, Mrs. Palin. Pot calling the kettle black?

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