Sarah Palin and Shakespeare Collide

PlayBlog   Sarah Palin and Shakespeare Collide
The 2009 vice-presidential candidate and former Alaska governor Sarah Palin invoked the Bard in a recent twitter post after she created the word "refudiate."

"English is a living language. Shakespeare liked to coin new words too. Got to celebrate it!," said the politician who is known as much for her political views as for her colloquialisms.

Fellow tweeters caught wind of Palin's Shakespearean reference and quickly began updating a few of the Bard's famous quotes as Palin might have said them.

The Huffington Post has collected a view of them for your viewing pleasure here. Who says politics and theatre don't mix?

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