Lord help me

The Sarah Palin phenomenon is one I don’t understand. She was paid $100,000 to speak. To attend, it costs more than $500. So those attendees who speak of a “revolution,” well, bad news. Sarah Palin is as revolutionary as my coffee mug. And her references to Scott Brown are downright embarrassing—the man’s political background suggests he has more in common with Barack Obama than the yahoos in this meeting hall.

Moreover, who says she’s a good speaker? Terrible, terrible, terrible. Ugh.

I can go on and on and on. If this woman ever becomes president, well, yeah …


PS: My favorite Republican line, uttered here by Palin: “We’re getting tired of looking backward.” Yeah, I’d be tired of looking backward too if I had been a supporter and George W. Bush and the mess he and the party made. Why is it wrong to look back at that? To cite it? Repeatedly?

6 thoughts on “Lord help me”

  1. True about Scott Brown. He supports Roe V. Wade and is against a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage. Why does the Conservative Right trumpet this election win? Isn’t he a moderate? He wouldn’t pass the Republican purity test, would he?

  2. her double standard of rush and rahm is mere proof she just reacts based on party lines, like so many other politicians. what a buffoon.

    the cheat sheets on her hand is hilarious. how she would perform in front of a q&a session that isnt fawning over her would be a sight to see.

  3. Unfortunately, given the stupidity of the American public and the incompetence of our current president, there is at least a 50-50 chance this dolt will be out president come 2013.

  4. Was her speech in English? The times I have heard her speak previously, the words seemed to be in English but there were gramamtical forms ans syntax that seemed alien to me..very hard to understand. Good for you, Sarah! It’s hard to learn proper English as an adult, I really admire your efforts! Now, next up maybe you can learn the difference between North and South Korea??

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