What’s a REAL Conservative?

From HuffPo, Sarah Palin on Mitt Romney:

“I trust that his idea of conservatism is evolving and I base this on a pretty moderate past he has had, even in some cases a liberal past,” Palin told Fox News Sunday. “He agreed with mandating on a state level what his constituents needed to be provided, needed to purchase in the way of health care and Romneycare, which of course was the precursor to Obamneycare.”

Palin then went on to correct herself, calling it “Obamacare” before deciding that she should “coin” the term “Obamneycare,” though Tim Pawlenty actually has the rights to that one.

“I am not convinced [of Romney’s conservatism] and I don’t think that the majority of GOP and independent voters are convinced, and that is why you don’t see Romney get over that hump,” Palin continued. “He is still in the thirty-percentile mark when it comes to approval and primary wins and caucus wins. He still hasn’t risen above that yet because we are not convinced… He has spent millions and millions and millions of dollars and hasn’t risen yet.”

Sarah Palin – a brainless, illiterate simpleton that would embarrass Ronald Reagan and make William F. Buckley spin in his grave until the tachometer started smoking – isn’t convinced; if Mitt were only a little more sincere in his “Conservatism”…
Well, let’s see: He doesn’t know what the fuck he’s talking about, lies at the drop of a hat, and will kiss the ass of any knuckle-dragging racist, hate-mongering homophobe or theocrat on the off chance they might be eligible to vote.
Sounds like a real conservative to me.


7 Responses

  1. The teabagging, grifting, theocratic, pole dancing moron speaks. Not in complete or coherent sentences. But that has never stopped her before.

  2. Since I have a decent supply of sedatives, I managed to sit through her speech. She went on at some length about people who just go into politics to get rich. Is there an irony lobe in a normal brain that she’s missing? What a twat. It says a lot about horny old Republican men that they consider her an asset to the party.

  3. Thomas Friedman wrote an excellent piece about the state of the Republican Party in yesterday’s New York Times:


    I don’t agree with much of anything the Republicans have to say anymore, but I do agree with his assessment; especially the bit about them sitting out this election cycle.

  4. OK, I read Friedman’s column. He was starting to make sense until he accused Democrats of “magical thinking.”
    I ask again, is there an irony lobe in the normal brain that some people lack? What could be more magical than the hypothosis that giving rich people more money will help poor people, via the process of trickle-down. That’s not trickle-down. That’s rich bastards pissing on us.

  5. Jesus Fucking Christ!

    I almost agree with Fargo Barbie on something. Every time I see Romney, I feel like I’m being sold a used car. I couldn’t trust that guy any farther than I could throw an SUV a little old lady only used to drive to church.

    That said, she’s still wrong. Romney will do their bidding just fine. He just won’t have a raging hard-on the entire time, that’s all. But in this day & age, not having a hard-on while destroying America is a sign of a traitor.

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