Friday, May 14, 2010

Get Out of My House.

In 1978, Saturday Night Live did a sketch called "The Thing That Wouldn't Leave," where John Belushi played a house guest that overstayed his welcome to the point of aggravating his hosts. That's what I feel like every time Sarah Palin speaks:
WASHINGTON — Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said Friday that "mama grizzlies" will help Republicans win this November, sweeping away the agenda of President Barack Obama and the Democrats.
Addressing an anti-abortion group, the potential 2012 presidential candidate also said she understood how some women might consider abortion, citing her own experiences as the mother of a child with Down syndrome and the parent of an unwed teen mother. Last year, Palin said that "for a fleeting moment" she considered having an abortion when she learned of her son Trig's prognosis.
Hmm ... yeah, and then she considered her political future and decided to use her millions of dollars to raise the kid. Nice choice, bitch. One thing that bothers me is when somebody speaks in front of a huge American flag, as though we didn't know which country you represent. Does she have to remind us? Maybe so.
She said Obama is "the most pro-abortion president ever to occupy the White House" and asserted that the health care law would fund abortions.
In fact, Obama's health care law would not allow federal dollars to pay for elective abortions. Catholic hospitals and organizations of Catholic nuns backed the measure. U.S. Catholic bishops and major anti-abortion groups opposed it, arguing that federal dollars could end up paying for abortions.
It's nice the way "in fact" is thrown in to show what the facts actually are. Sarah has never been one to let the facts stand in the way of a good rant.
And what are "mama grizzlies" anyway? Is she making stuff up so that she can get listed in the Urban Dictionary?
Palin said female activists — “mama grizzlies,” she calls them — will help the party “take this country back.”
They'll take the country back all right. Back to the 19th century where they came from. What's wrong with calling them female activists? Why does she have to come up with another pseudonym that screams FOLKSY and tells people that she's "just like you?" She isn't. And she won't leave. It's probably why she vacated the Alaskan governor's chair so quickly after the election.
She wants to be free to roam the country spewing nonsense to the masses of asses who swallow everything she says because she's ... folksy and attractive. Just like Satan would be if he decided to come back. Would he wear horns and a red costume? No, he'd be cute and charming and people would believe everything he says regardless of whether there was any truth to it or not. Watch your back, gang. She scares me worse than Al Qaeda.
You betcha.


Anonymous said...

wow.... love it... she's a DWEEBE

junior alien said...

Is a woman who faces abortion actually PRO abortion? In most cases she's not. She's in distress and needs help in the sense of self-determination.

You cannot force a girl/ woman to have a baby. Pregnancy is an essentially personal process.

Doesn't the American Constitution oppose totalitarianism?
But Sarah Palin simply seems to be one of them politicians obsessed with power (the German term for this translates "power-horny"...). You find them everywhere of course.


Kcoz said...

What is with the Republican party and their candidates?
It appears that the lower their IQ, the more popular they are.
I’m sure they have done their research and know their demographics…so what do their choices in candidates tell us about the Republican population?