Palin is a Complete Moron: Part XIII

The baker’s dozen has been completed!  Thanks to the tip from AM, I can now say that I’ve met one of my new year’s resolutions and completed 13 posts about the moron named Sarah Palin.  Below, I present to you the youtube video that made my blogging dreams come true:

Let’s examine what the Idiot named Sarah Palin discusses during this interview.

Palin rails on “anonymous bloggers,” stating that it’s a “sad state of affairs” for the media to rely on such “anonymous bloggers” as sources of news.  Putting aside the fact that I am an anonymous blogger and I think Palin can suck it for suggesting that bloggers have no utility in the dissemination of information — I think it’s tough for Palin to stand on her high horse about the value of particular sources of information when she herself is devoid of any knowledge and believes in the power of witchcraft.  Shut it, you dumb ass.

Palin then blames the media’s treatment of her on “sexism” or “political” bias.  Seriously, you are a dumb ass.  The media was obsessed with you because of the still undetermined depths of your stupidity.  It’s not sexism.  Perhaps we should coin a new term for you and announce that the media was “moronist” in its treatment of you.  And that is just unfair!  Why can’t the media leave stupid people alone?  Why must the media elite, with their fancy education and wealth of knowledge, attack former sportscasters who skipped around a slew of shitty colleges for the fact that said sportscaster knows more about the best tanning bed than international affairs?

Palin also argues that the media unfairly ignored Michelle Obama while attacking Palin’s family.  Hey idiot.  Have you seen Michelle Obama?  The media couldn’t find anything on her except making remarks on Michelle’s wardrobe choices.  While you stood up there preaching about family values and abstinence, your daughter was knocking boots with the redneck townie.  You ever heard about that saying about people in glass houses?  You probably haven’t.  That requires a modicum of knowledge.

Palin blames (surprise!) the “upper echelon” of media power for forcing her to go back to Katie Couric for additional interviews after the first day disaster.  Ok.  So I suppose Palin is finally acknowledging that Katie — Look at my Colon — Couric destroyed Palin in an interview.  But blaming the upper echelon of media for essentially making her go back out there?  Yeah, you are a hell of a maverick.  I mean, don’t all mavericks just do whatever the “upper echelon” of power ask them to do?  You go with your mavericky self.

Palin finally answers the question regarding what publications she reads, stating that she reads the “local paper,” “USA Today,” and the “New York Times.”  First of all, I’m not sure she would understand the New York Times, in part because of her demonstrated lack of intelligence.  Second of all, she reads USA Today????  How can she rail on “anonymous bloggers” while relying on the “news” in USA Today?  I’m pretty confident that this post has more words than any USA Today article in the history of that newspaper.  When Palin was nominated as VP, the USA Today article probably stated:

McCain picks Sarah Palin.  Palin is a woman.  Palin is a governor of Alaska.

You moron.

In response to a question regarding how Palin feels about Katie Couric and Tina Fey being considered heroes among the media elite, Palin goes back to a stock response, stating that she’s happy to help because “job security is important.”  Yes, you moron.  Everything is about job security.  Hey Sarah!  Why are you so stupid? — It’s all about job security!

Palin then suggests that Caroline Kennedy will be handled with kid gloves, and the media’s treatment of Kennedy will prove a “class issue.”  Palin further suggests that if had been picked as the VP candidate for Obama, the media would have loved her.  First of all, Caroline Kennedy has not been treated with “kid gloves” but instead has been severely scrutinized for her lack of experience.  Second of all, if Obama had become drunk with stupidity and picked Palin, I would not be attending inauguration next week because Obama would not have won with that idiot at his side.  Third, what “class issue?”  Does everyone forget that Obama was raised by a single mother?  Again, Palin is again confusing a media bias against stupid people seeking positions of power with a different type of bias.

I will give Palin this.  She sure as hell made this “anonymous blogger” see her WordPress stats go up.  Thanks to the unbelievable extent of your stupidity, I was able to cultivate my critical writing skills.  Although I’m at Palin is a Complete Moron:  Part XIII, I will never stop in my “moronist” treatment of you.  So, stay mavericky and keep reminding us that even the stupid can have power in the American political landscape.

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10 responses to “Palin is a Complete Moron: Part XIII

  1. michaelsicurello

    Geebuz!

    Please don’t point your gun at me!

    (Grin),

    Michael

  2. kip

    You people utterly disgust me.

  3. I’m happy to be part of your definition of “you people.” Being that you’re apparently in the minority of people who think otherwise, I award you the “Maverick” sticker. Wear it with pride.

  4. kip

    Your despicable comments about job security with regards to Tina Fey are, I’ll be gentle, moronic.

  5. American Heartland Bar and Grill

    Disgraceful.

    That is…the way that Sarah Palin’s been treated.

    Bottom line is, I don’t know whether to be outraged or just incredulously shake my head in resignation. As the old saying goes, the silence is deafening on the left. I’ve never seen anything quite like it. The mud – no, s**t – thrown in Palin’s direction is mindblowing. And, nobody says anything. Nobody. A porn movie? Imagine if it were Hillary or any prominent liberal woman. NOW, the media, rights groups – everybody would be coming out of the woodwork for the ensuing stoning, lynching, shark frenzy. Somehow, though, it’s ok becasue Sarah Palin is a conservative, so that makes it right. Besides, we don’t want to make waves when victory seems so within reach.

    So, this whole situation demonstrates that liberals are not champions of minorities, women, or the persecuted. They are champions of a philosophy and anyone who embraces that philospophy. They are also champions of hate – the hate they so easily accuse the right of. From what I have seen the past few months, there is far more mudslinging coming from the left than the right. Hateful garbage.

    This is reason #1 why I hate partisanship. If Sarah Palin said the sky was blue, these mental midgets would say it was green. If they woke up in the morning with a stiff neck, they’d blame it all on Sarah Palin. If they slammed their car door on their finger, didn’t have enough gas to get to work, or had their food come fifteen minutes late, they’d blame Sarah Palin.

    I read one blog that whined about Palin’s 7 million dollar book deal. Funny, I’m sure that same person didn’t complain about Hillary Clinton’s multi-million dollar book deal.

    And I especially love the ones who continually take cheap shots at Palin’s 17 year old daughter. Geez people, I thought we only did that stuff in junior high. I seem to remember a lot of consternation from the same people when Rush Limbaugh took a swipe at Chelsea Clinton. But, because it’s Sarah Palin’s daughter it’s okay to act like a braying jack-ass. Right.

    Read this very carefully. Sarah Palin is a person whom you disagree with. She’s not the anti-Christ. She’s not a horrible person. She’s not the devil incarnate. She is a person like you and me. And the way that some of you go out of your way to dehumanize her is…well, disgusting. Substitute Hillary Clinton for Sarah Palin and the whole lot of you would go ballistic. Kim Gandy, president of the National Organization for Women…slight correction there…Liberal Women would picket in front of someone’s house and demand action.

    It’s not like I see a double standard there or anything. No…not at all. At the end of the day, we are all Americans. Liberal. Conservative. And like me, Independent. It’s just that some people need to do a little growing up.

    Lisa J- Ms. Contrarian from the American Heartland Bar and Grill Blog

  6. kip

    I am a stalwart progressive, yet I echo the sentiments of American Heartland.

  7. seriously, if you’re so disgusted by liberal bloggers’ treatment of Palin, perhaps you shouldn’t seek it out. if i spent my days watching Fox News, i probably would never get any work done.

    and if by “champion of hate,” you mean that i’m part of a group of individuals who hate the idea of morons leading the country, i am guilty as charged.

    thanks for the comment though. nice to see that my blog has caused such outrage. although, if you’re this pissed off at this post, i would suggest avoiding the rest of my series. i don’t think you’d appreciate parts i-xii either.

  8. American Heartland Bar and Grill

    Hey Alexis,

    First off, I just want to say that I do respect your viewpoint vis a vis- Sarah Palin. I don’t agree with it but I do respect it.

    I was doing an article for the Heartland blog about civil discourse which is why I posted the article. Your reaction was actually pretty mild in the larger scheme of things. If I’m outraged about anything, it’s our country’s inability to talk each other about politics without resorting to the name calling and the snarky attacks.

    Just a quick personal note, when I was in college I thought that the Limbaughs etal went way, way over the top when it came to the Clintons. Now, I feel the same way when it comes to Sarah Palin.

    Happy Blogging, Lisa J.

  9. Ann Coulter

    Wow. Chill out. Can’t we all just get along?

  10. kip

    My problem with Tina freakin’ Fey isn’t political – she is just a horribly evil person. Her character, her heart, her soul; those are the things that make her so despicable. And despite all the popularity contest awards she’s won, she’s a terrible actress.

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