Sarah Palin's stint as Mean Girl getting petty revenge on Katie Couric on Today demonstrates just one more reason why Sarah Palin will never be politically relevant again.
Sarah Palin was on Fox News’ Hannity last night lecturing Obama on how he needs to stop trying to take this county back to pre-Civil War times when people weren’t equal to work hard. We all know slaves never worked hard, and were glad when their long fight to gain equal standing to work hard was finally won. The South was right! The Civil War was not about slavery, it was about independence!
Game Change, the movie is heading your way on March 10th at 9PM on HBO.
Did you read the book? If you missed it, this movie will be a bit of a shocker for you. Game Change was written by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann about the McCain campaign in 2008. Mark Halperin has been described as a bit of a Palin fan (he did call her a genius), and in a way, that just makes the revelations in the book all the more damaging.
TLC’s "Sarah Palin’s Alaska" website has a Broadsheet section written by David Murray. Last night, Mr Murray attacked a Texan blogger who had the temerity to correct Ms Palin over her inaccurate claim that environmentalists were “limiting deforestation” in Alaska. Mr Murray adds to the spice of this late night whopper by actually suggesting that this show isn’t political as he says, “once or twice per episode, Sarah does make a quick aside with some political content.”
After a rough two years of Palinitis stained by winning Politifacts' Lie of Year award among other ignoble distinctions, it appears that even Republicans are mournfully unclenching their stubborn fists from around Palin's star bursts. A new CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll was conducted December 17-19 and it turns out that support for Ms Palin is nose-diving among Republicans.
Sometimes our life experiences come in handy. This is one of those times. Who can forget Ms Palin’s endless mocking of President Obama for using a teleprompter and her cutesy way of referring to her hand notes. Last night, as I was watching the latest episode, I saw the evil socialist machine staring me down, clear as day. So clear that I could read the logo. Autoscript teleprompters.
Sarah Palin had a woman escorted out of her book signing today in Alaska. The woman's crime was the t-shirt she wore which read "worst governor ever". Ms Palin is often complaining about her own first amendment rights (translated to mean the Press can not criticize her or fact-check her without trampling on her first amendment rights) but seems to think less highly of other Americans' rights.
Comparisons of Sarah Palin to Abraham Lincoln are absurd. It takes more than stacking wood as a child to make another Lincoln. Facts allow no such comparison.
During Ms Palin's interview with GMA co-anchor Robin Roberts, Ms Palin responded to criticisms regarding her rather dismal current poll numbers were she to run against President Obama in 2012. Ms Palin's response put to bed notions that she isn't running as she extolled the virtues of “debating ideas” in competitive primaries. This morning on Good Morning America, Ms Palin responded to criticisms regarding her rather dismal current poll numbers were she to run against President Obama in 2012. Anyone who is in doubt about Ms Palin running for President had best grab the smelling salts. She is and it’s uncertain if the GOP can stop her without alienating her Tea Party evangelical base.
Ms Palin finally did something that may have a positive impact somewhere in the world, or at the very least, wasn’t a rage filled episode of non-nonsensical tweeting meant to start WWIII. Small things to be grateful for these days, friends. Perhaps the social democracy of Haiti rubbed off on the social Darwinist.
In an attempt to show her dashing ability to thwart off DDOS attacks, Sarah Palin told ABC news she had been the victim of a DDoS attack from Operation Payback but that she had been prepared for the “backlash” and hence warded it off. All of the above turned out to be... untrue.
The problem for Sarah Palin fans reconciling her obvious phoniness with her claims; can they do it when it's blaring in their faces on their big screen HD TVs?
Sarah Palin has made it to the big time; she's now being called out for her unpatriotic behavior by international media. Yesterday, the Russian paper Pravda eviscerated Sarah Palin for her unrelenting attacks upon the democratically elected President, at a time when America needs to stand together, united.
Today the GOP's best and brightest, Ms Sarah Palin, tweeted what she intended to be a dig at President Obama over his handling of the Wikileaks situation. Unfortunately, as is so often the case with Ms Palin, her jab is going to come right back on her, so full of tells as to why she shouldn't be anywhere near power as it is.
While appearing on CNN's State of the Union, Sen. John McCain continued to carry 2012 water for Sarah Palin by actually comparing her to former president Ronald Reagan. McCain said, "I think that anybody who has the visibility that Sarah has is obviously going to have some divisiveness. I remember that a guy named Ronald Reagan used to be viewed by some as divisive."
That Couric is a pretty horrible person. "Journalistic ethics be damned," Katie Couric must have told herself. "I'm going to ask her what she reads!"
In another sad, desperate attempt to get media attention on a holiday, Sarah Palin spent her Thanksgiving day licking her wounds on Facebook and creepily stalking the President, who has better things to do with his day than acknowledge she who has not earned his attention.
This morning on Glenn Beck's radio show, Sarah Palin revealed that she thinks North Korea are our allies and she's gravely concerned over Obama's handling of our North Korean allies. So, yeah. Sarah Palin doesn't know the difference between North and South Korea.
In Sarah Palin’s second book (also known as propaganda; a fact Palin herself admitted on Fox last night, albeit unknowingly- as she seems to do just about everything), “America by Heart,” she accuses the President of having an “enemy centric foreign policy” and reveals that she is spectacularly clueless about what an enemy centric foreign policy is.
Palin is stuck in 2008, banking on the press of 2008, when in fact, she will be dealing with a different animal all together. Welcome to the press of 2012, Ms Palin. You will be the center of their attention, just like you've always dreamed, but I'm afraid it may well turn into your nightmare.