March 7, 2011

Sarah Palin. Still Rogue. Still Not Making an Ounce of Sense.

Sarah Palin said President Barack Obama lacks experience in the public and private sectors in discussing his role in ongoing debate over unions, collective bargaining and the recent protests in Wisconsin.
But it's not what she said, but, in classic Palin style, how she said it.
By not really saying much at all.

"See because our president is so inexperienced in the private sector and in government and in actually running anything and making any kind of budget that inexperience has really made manifest in some of the statements he makes."

She just said "made manifest".  Jesus Christ.
I, for one, can't WAIT for her to run for president.  She looks really prepared.
The only thing that can stop her now is if... you know... anyone else runs.

“Or whether there’s nobody willing to do it, to make the tough choices and not care what the critics are going to say about you, just going forward according to what I believe the priorities should be.
“If there’s nobody else to do it, then of course I would believe that we should do this.”

And I don't want to nit-pick, because even a broken clock is right twice a day, but she is calling someone ELSE inexperienced?  This, the woman who notably couldn't tell the difference between North and South Korea and swore that she could see Russia from the Alaskan coast so that made her an expert in foreign affairs?

As my previous post confirms, I have gotten sucked into the madness that is Charlie Sheen but his crazy frightens me LESS.  I don't know if this woman really believes her rhetoric or if she is just trained to talk until something coherent comes out.  Here is a reminder of the insane balderdash this woman is capable of:


Anonymous said...

haha! Every once and a while I forget to keep tabs on Mrs Palin. Good to know nothing has changed.


mikelepage said...

Don't forget, there are lots of people as stupid and stupider than she is. And she can inspire them to vote.

Of course, they may do that wrong and elect George W again, but that's not my problem.

Fiercecalm said...

American politics fascinates me if only because they seem to have a much larger chasm between one side and the other, politically. Economically as well.

Canadians are less interesting because our apathy is so rampant. We gotta get Tim Horton's to start including political snippets on their napkins or disposable cups or something.

"Stephen Harper took a hard right on the abortion issue."

"SH Quote: If Ottawa giveth, the Ottawa can taketh away."

""Nothing can so alienate a voter from the political system as backing the best candidate for the job."

Or maybe fortune cookies?