Campaigning around the country for the past two weeks, Palin keeps delivering the same speech she made at the Republican convention in St. Paul.
She's delivered 14 speeches since then, but it's been almost the same speech every time—a speech that the party faithful can hear on YouTube.
It's Palin's "greatest hits" over and over again, including the now-debunked claim that she told Congress "Thanks, but no thanks" to the infamous Bridge to Nowhere. As the fact-checkers have documented, Palin flip-flopped on the bridge, supporting it before she opposed it—and then keeping the money in Alaska for other projects.
Palin has surely excited the right-wing of the Republican Party, but her lack of depth is becoming increasingly obvious. She has shown herself to be completely unprepared to be vice president, much less president.