Voters ready to lend their ears to the unique mishmash of Western dialects
Some say folksy, some say Fargo
, and some say shrill. Whatever it sounds like, Sarah Palin's accent is getting more attention than anyone's since JFK, Daniel Libit writes in Politico. The accent—which linguists peg as a mish-mash of Western dialects—is a fresh one for presidential politics, after decades...