Captain Kirk never said " Beam me up, Scotty! The same is true for things "said" — that is, widely attributed to, but not actually said — by political figures. Sometimes a misquote is cooked up by opponents or parodists as a way of discrediting or mocking the figure. Sometimes a line is attributed to a widely admired person as a way of making it sound more authoritative, like when someone co-signs a loan. And sometimes it's just a mistake. Here are 10 of the most widely believed — but completely bogus — things ever "said" by political figures. June 3, It was actually comedian Tina Fey , who was impersonating Ms. Palin on Saturday Night Live , who uttered the line that is now widely attributed to the former Alaska governor. The basis for this line comes from a September interview with ABC News 's Charles Gibson , who asked Palin what insights she had from her state being so close to Russia.
10. "I can see Russia from my house!" – Sarah Palin
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