Why does Peggy Noonan talk like a plantation belle?
Bitch was raised in Brooklyn and New Jersey.
Peggy is awful. Ignore her.
Why oh why did the dems put Harold Ford out there - really, Harold Ford? Is everyone else on vacation?
But back to the topic and hand, Peggy is loathsome and oh so very affected but she is so long winded that I just put the TV on mute when she talks.
She was raised in Brooklyn but educated in Dog Patch.
Because she has the vapors . . . gin vapors.
You took the words right out of my mouth, R4. Although where you said gin, I was going to suggest bourbon.
What substantiates the "Peggy is a drunk" rumors?
She's Irish Catholic, isn't she?
Perhaps she mythologizes the plantation era.
Her "style" is incredibly drifty - some people have irregular heartbeats, while she seems to suffer from irregular synapse firing.
She's spent lot of time in D. C. hobnobbing with southern Republicans. Just check out Chris Wallace's rolled vowels. I'm originally from Alabama and am a Speech Pathologist. I should know.
She can't handle her liquour. Used to run around the white house tearing down the drapes and yelling for Rhett Reagan to carry her away. Poppy and I used to love watching her trip down the stairs after a good bender.
Peggy "Nooner" as all the boys at Rupert Murdock's Wall Street Journal call her, comes by her accent legitimately. It is the result of swallowing miles of southern-raised Republican cock.
How did that work out for her, R11?
[bold]Why does Peggy Noonan talk like a plantation belle?[/bold]
I think it's because Peggy Noonan is a writer. Her way of speaking makes her feel eloquent and effective in her communication. Perhaps she should have been an actress. Whenever I see and hear her, Noonan sounds like what she really wants is to [italic]perform[/italic]. And that's basically what she does in her full-of-shit talking points for roundtable discussions.
Harold looks like an aspyxhiating gecko. But Noonan - well, Blanche DuBois on Lithium is more the affect. And the effect.
Try story: Peggy was asked to leave a friend's wedding because she got too drunk and was being disruptive.
Sorry, that should be "TRUE story"
Peggy Noon must be about 110 by now. She's lucky she can still string a sentence. Us, not so much.
Ooh, more details, R16.
Whose wedding? Who's spreading the story?
[quote]Peggy was asked to leave a friend's wedding because she got too drunk and was being disruptive.
Who among us hasn't?