Sara Palin explains how you can't trust those oil companies she was crying to unleash just a bit ago. But you can trust the Norwegians and the Dutch and some company in Maine trying to sell its clean up products.
Palin cites Dutch expertise with dikes, perhaps overlooking that the country's real oil spill expertise may come from Royal Dutch Shell, another one of those suddenly evil oil companies.
She also claims about 75 percent of her time on the job was spent dealing with the oil business and related matters. There had to be some reason she was seldom seen around Juneau.
An amazing demonstration of fast talk and emphatic but empty assertions that makes it tough for even Bill O'Reilly to get a word in edgewise.