A form of American English developed by supporters of TEA (taxed enough already) parties and the former governor of Alaska Sarah Palin.
'Palin' consists of a wide variety of southernisms derived from Redneck American English, miss spelled words (when in written form), useless or uneducated social and political narratives, vague and often meaningless metaphorical devices, threats, poorly placed sentence symbology (also when in written form), delusional free form gibberish and Omitted or miss arranged grammatical compositions caused by illiteracy and poor written composition skills.
The best examples of Palin are used by members of Sarah Palin and TEA party support forums and groups on the facebook and myspace websites.
Documentation and archiving of this new language is currently under way and a comprehensive reference should be available soon.
(In the 'Palin' Language')
“Maybe some Yankee's don't know this but a lot of people down south use their middle name first.”
-Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacker (Joe the plumber) commenting on the use of his middle name as his first at an AFP “TEA Party” rally in 2009.
Wurzelbacker resides in Ohio which is NORTH of the Masson Dixon line which divides Yankee Americans from Confederate Americans as the civil war era social stereotype suggests.
Though northern Americans are also known to use their middle names as their first meaning the narrative was entirely useless to begin with.
“Yup beat libs at their own game. That the lord for obama.
“Gov,t (notice the unnecessary comma) hand out I hope you all. Have a job and pay taxes.me and my dog thank you.”
“I rushed don't care about spelling. Thats trivial. I will I and a friend are trying to find out.”
“Is the secret hand shake blowing yer brains out and field dressing your courpse (sic), think id scalp you to.”
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