After the Governor of Alaska delivered her resignation speech, the pundits and critics had a way with her words, literally. Vanity Fair, however, seemedtohave had the most fun with this assignment. The magazine asked its executive literary editor, along with representatives from the copy and research departments, to make her 2,500 garbled words into something presentable.
And what you got, my friends, is (now) a respectable "I QUIT!" speech. Too bad she didn't ask them for help before she "looked North to the future".