The Tweet was deleted and replaced with a more politically correct version, in which the former Vice Presidential Hopeful, Fox News correspondent, and Former Alaskan Governor said that "Peaceful New Yorkers" should "refute" said mosque.
Palin didn't let the ridicule of her ... ridiculous...Tweet get her down. She issued another Tweet in which she compared herself to Shakespeare, who liked to coin new words. Of course, Shakespeare was a wordsmith and Palin is a politician... there's a lot that's different there.
I'm still trying to figure out what "refudiate" means. Does it mean that they should go against the new mosque...or does it mean they should be for it? I mean...if it's a new word couldn't the definition go either way?
Whether you love or hate Sarah Palin, it's refreshing to see some less than traditional politicians. Between Sarah Palin, the Tea Party movement, and more - the face of American politics is starting to change (hopefully for the better.)
Reference: Washington Post