Willard Romney was on the Tonight Show last night discussing Former Half-Gov Flubbola McNotInTop20's quitting in the middle of her term as Alaska's governor.
"It's hard to imagine a circumstance where I would quit," said Willard in all his Willarditude.
As you see in the video, Flubbola wasn't aware of his little jab. The CNN crew takes it from here:
"What did Governor Romney say on the 'Tonight Show'?" she asked us.
Upon hearing his comment, her response was brief. "Oh, he probably had some different conditions," she said. It was an apparent reference to the controversies that swirled around her final days as Governor including ethics complaints and a legal dispute over a state trooper who was once married to her sister. [...]
The event itself was tightly controlled. Customers were told no cell phones or cameras. Representatives of the media were escorted in to Palin's book signing station, three at a time. As for that music, Palin asked us if we had turned it off. "Because that wouldn't be cool if you did. These Iowa people, they got my back. And I got their back," Palin said after one of her handlers put her hand in front of our camera.
For the record, we didn't turn the music off. But it did help."
She's so accommodating and easy-going, isn't she?