word of the day: July 10, 2009
1. Quitting when the going gets tough; abandoning the responsibility entrusted to you by your neighbors for book advances and to make money on the lecture circuit.
2. Bizarre move that will damn ambitions for higher office.
I bet when people saw Jade they were convinced that David Caruso was pullin' a Palin.
Responding to direct questions with a barrage of pithy cliches and folksy colloquialisms to avoid admitting that you don't have the slightest idea what you're talking about.
A few minutes into the interview I realized the applicant was pullin' a Palin, and didn't have any relevant experience whatsoever.
Instantly contradicting oneself.
Choosing to NOT take "the quitters way out" by QUITTING is Pullin' a Palin.
Claiming that the media is always hounding you, followed by inviting members of the media to join you on a "fishing run" the next day is Pullin' a Palin.
To admit that you are quitting your job because your employers would be better off without you.
The CEO was Pullin' a Palin when he told us we might be better off with someone who doesn't make decisions with a coin toss.
Quitting after realizing you can't withstand basic criticisms and complications of the job you have.
1. "I hear Dave was Pullin' a Palin at his new job after his boss yelled at him for being late all week."
2. "Sarah Palin was facing numerous ethics probes and public insults. Since she doesn't have the fortitude or commitment to fulfill her post as a state governor under such common scrutinizing, she announced the other day that she was Pullin' a Palin. It's a good thing she wasn't the Vice President at the time."
3. Try to get as much media coverage as you can as a Public Official...Then critisize those who factually check out your conduct, deeds and lack of intellectual capacity and hypocricy.
"Pullin a Palin"..Time Magazine Cover...NUT...Camera Shy? What Rhimes with Shore
1) Quitting when faced with adversity.
2) Responding to questions with cliches and colloquialisms to avoid admitting that you don't have the slightest idea what you're talking about.
1) John is quitting his job because his manager got mad at him for being late.
2) When I asked my history teacher about the Battle of Antietam, I could tell he was Pullin' a Palin when he started rambling about the Industrial Revolution.