Sarah Palin using Bush’s words

Don’t move. The world needs less of your mind.

A mere 35,000+ have viewed this video. Not enough. Not nearly enough.

Bush in the debates of 2000 saying almost the exact same talking points Sarah Palin uses in the 2008 debate.

PALIN: “We’re known for putting partisan politics aside to just get the job done.”

BUSH: “In order to get something done on behalf of the people, you have to put partisanship aside…”

PALIN: “He’s proposing a $5,000 tax credit for families so that they can get out there, and they can purchase their own coverage, and that’s a smart thing to do.”

BUSH: “We need a $2,000 credit, rebate for people, working people that don’t have insurance, they can get in the marketplace and start purchasing insurance.”

PALIN: “But there are real changes going on in our climate, and I don’t want to argue about the causes.”

BUSH: “I — of course there’s a lot — look, global warming needs to be taken very seriously, and I take it seriously. But science, there’s a lot — there’s differing opinions.”

I know it’s not plagiarism – passing off of another person’s work as one’s own. In campaigning, candidates may rely on slogans and planks, but these are public and generally not hiding as one’s owns thoughts.

The Latin word plaga referred to a hunting net or snare which was used for capturing game, termed plagium. By extension, this word was also used for the crime of kidnapping children or freemen and selling them as slaves, the kidnapper being called a plagiarius.

A poet about A.D. 103, used plagiarius to refer to “a literary thief or plagiarist”.

Or looking at selecting Sarah in another way, define:shil.