Palin v. Grayson Mark II

From HuffPo:

Sarah Palin, the former governor of Alaska, ventured to the Florida district of Rep. Alan Grayson on Friday, and urged voters to oust the Democratic lawmaker.

“Do it for the rest of America,” she said in a speech to the Orange County Republican Party’s annual Lincoln Day fundraiser. She claimed to have such strong feelings about Grayson that she declined to get into specifics to avoid offending her children.

“Alan Grayson. What can you say about Alan Grayson?” Palin, the former GOP vice presidential nominee, asked the audience. “Piper is with me tonight, so I won’t say anything about Alan Grayson that can’t be said around children…

“It’s good to be in a group like this where we can be candid and open about our pride in America and never think that we have to apologize for being the greatest country on earth and God bless you. If you love your freedom, you do think of that,” she said.

When the kids aren’t around, Caribou Barbie curses like a crab boat captain on The Deadliest Catch. Only the presence of children prevents her from using the language she would naturally employ.

Sarah feels obligated to hide her pride in America unless in the company of “Real Americans”, when she can let her stars and stripes fly free.

Here’s the question: Does anyone ever stop her and try to point out the ugly implications and inherent contradictions that salt and pepper almost every sentence that spills out of this blithering imbeciles mouth?

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2 Responses

  1. At some point, we’re going to have to force Republicans to stop claiming Lincoln as one of their own. Yeah, he belonged to their party, but that’s when the Republicans were the liberal party. Do they really think Lincoln would register Republican today? He FREED the fucking slaves, not the other way around.

  2. You may be assuming that Republicans are actually aware of the implications and contradictions.

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