(CANTON, OHIO) - Last week, a familiar dirty trick was reported in parts of Virginia where fake fliers were distributed, advising Democrats to vote on Wednesday, Nov. 5, rather than on Election Day. But at a rally here this morning, Sarah Palin inadvertently implored her own supporters to get out and vote the day after ballots have already been counted.
"Now with just three days from the election, the time for choosing is near. Ohio, are you ready to help us carry your state to victory?" Palin said.
Of course, the election is in two days, not three. A plausible argument could be made that Palin was using today, Sunday, in her count. But yesterday in Florida, she also told voters that there were three days left until Nov. 4.