Sarah Palin’s true nature – the irresistible need to strike back at anyone who criticizes her in any way; to smite her enemies real or imagined; to condescend to anyone with a real education, the ability to string together a cogent sentence, continues to reveal the slithering bitch.
Barbara Bush said she hoped Sarah would stay in Alaska. Her husband, G.H.W. Bush (former president and former director of the CIA…someone with REAL experience) said he thought Romney would make a good president.
Sarah responded almost immediately:
“I don’t want to concede that we have to get used to this kind of thing, because I don’t think the majority of Americans want to put up with the blue-bloods — and I want to say it will all due respect because I love the Bushes — the blue-bloods who want to pick and choose their winners instead of allowing competition,” Palin said.
That from a woman who asserts she hasn’t made up her mind about running, but would be willing to do so if her candidacy would help country. I’m no fan of the Bushes, but they ARE a family with three presidential terms, a couple of dozen years as governors (as opposed to one half term), and a directorship of the CIA on which to base an opinion.
But Palin isn’t only attacking the senior Bushes. She has some observations about John F. Kennedy as well. With regard to the famous speech on being a Catholic, Palin had this to say:
Kennedy’s speech “essentially declared religion to be such a private matter that it was irrelevant to the kind of country we are,” declares Palin, and Kennedy “seemed to run away from his religion.”
So far, that’s two presidents and one first lady Sarah Palin knows better than. Sounds like enough for one week, eh? Nope. Sarah also took aim at Michelle Obama:
I think she has got a different worldview and she is not hesitant at all to share what her worldview is. And I will take heat again for saying it on your show Laura but she encapsulated what her view of America is, I believe, unless she has evolved and things have changed in the last two years, but she said it on the campaign trail twice that it was the first time that she had been proud of her country when finally people were paying attention to Barack Obama. I think that’s appalling. We can think of this infinite number of reasons to be proud of American exceptionalism and it baffles me that anybody would have that view and then allow that view to bleed over into policy.
Take her anti-obesity thing that she is on. She is on this kick, right. What she is telling us is she cannot trust parents to make decisions for their own children, for their own families in what we should eat. And I know I’m going to be again criticized for bringing this up, but instead of a government thinking that they need to take over and make decisions for us according to some politician or politician’s wife priorities, just leave us alone, get off our back, and allow us as individuals to exercise our own God-given rights to make our own decisions and then our country gets back on the right track.
Even a generous parsing of these comments reveals Palin engaged in what Palin does best: Lying, twisting, contorting, inventing and being a vicious bitch while spewing out yet another nonsensical word salad.
So…let’s see: Two presidents, two first ladies…anything else?
From her new ghost written book on president Obama:
“I think ordinary Americans are tired of Obama’s global apology tour and of hearing about what a weak country America is from left-wing professors and journalists,” Palin says.
The main thrust of Obama’s speeches on the world stage have been that America is “somehow worse than other countries, that it is hypocritical about its ideals, falls short of its responsibilities, and is forever in need of correction”.
America yearns, she says, for presidents, whether Democratic or Republican, “who are not embarrassed by America, who see our country’s flaws but also its greatness: leaders who are proud to be Americans, and are proud of her every day, not just when their chosen ones are winning elections”.
Three presidents, two first ladies… If I were a partridge in a pear tree, I’d be thinking about moving to somewhere safe…maybe Iraq.
And, of course, Palin never once suggests a single thing she would DO to solve any of the things she complains about. She’s just certain that no one could do it better than she can, and that would seem obvious, since she so can so easily identify how all these incompetent boobs are fucking everything up.
Fuck I hate this blithering, vacuous cunt.