Mary Walsh, in character as Warrior Princess Marg Delahunty, took This Hour Has 22 Minutes news cameras to a Sarah Palin book signing.
Poor Palin, clueless at the best of times, had no idea she was facing one of the most clever comedic minds in North America.
“We told her we’re from Canada, and we’re just looking for a few words of encouragement for the Canadian conservatives who have worked so tirelessly to destroy the socialized medicare that we have”…
“Four huge big burly guys started pushing, and I pushed back, but I got her attention, and she told us to keep the faith, something like that, and said we’re all trying for the same thing.”
After being kicked out of the book-signing, Walsh and her crew then waited outside at a loading dock close to where Palin’s bus was parked. When Palin emerged from the Borders bookstore, Walsh said, Delahunty – dressed in a more toned-down version of her trademark warrior princess costume – called out to her.
“Hey, remember us, we’re the Canadians! We came all the way here from Canada!” Delahunty yelled. “When we asked you that question, we didn’t hear your answer.”
Palin strolled over, looking down on Walsh and her crew to tell them that “Canada needs to dismantle its public health-care system and allow private enterprise to get involved and turn a profit.”
“Basically, she said government should stop doing the work that private enterprise should do,” Walsh said.
WTF? Speaking from total ignorance is nothing new for Caribou Barbie, the dumbest fuckwit to come down the pike since ever, but to stick her vapid, empty yammering into Canadian health care, as if she knows the first fucking thing about it…I mean, jumped up Jesus on skis! Does she realize that Canadians are HAPPY with their system?
Canadians DO NOT WANT private health care…any politician who tried to dismantle single-payer north of the 49th would be run out of the country on a rail!
I knew she was stupid, but this is a whole other level of jamming her “you betcha” ALL the way up her wink.
I think I speak for all Canadians when I quote our late, great Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau: “Fuddle duddle!”
Although, in this case, I believe Pierre would have gone a little further and said something along the lines of, “Fuddle duddle, you stupid, ignorant, backwards, brainless yammering hick bitch!”