Don’t let the munchkins start singing yet – Palin has yet to be silenced. You would think after the trainwreck that was her and her running mate’s campaign she would learn to keep her mouth shut but here she is again, growing scarier.
At a meeting with the Republican Governers Association she stated that they should not become the negative party, yet took a few cheap jabs at Obama during the course of her speech. She also mentioned that she met a few VIP’s who impact society like TINA FEY… when you know inside she’s really saying “that bitch. She stole my election.”
It makes me wonder exactly how much of the country’s vote was swayed by Tina Fey’s portrayal of Sarah Palin. I think it was just easier to picture Tina Fey when Palin would speak because her voice just HURT to listen to so your brain just interprets it as comedy. Personally it was hard for me NOT to picture Tina Fey when Palin spoke.
It looks like this will definitely not be the last we hear from Ms P. The republicans seem to really love her and even though she couldn’t lead a trail of ants to honey they are beginning to look at her like a new leader. WHY??? Why is the repbublican party so fascinated and disillusioned by her? Is having nice tits and a concrete fundamental religious base REALLY what we need leading the most powerful nation in the world? I really think she needs to go back to the job she’s good at, being a mom in the meth capital of Alaska. I’m not saying that women shouldn’t be in politics, just not THAT woman.
I would like to believe that our country is more intelligent than that but for the most part it isn’t. If we look at a map of the 2008 electoral votes by state we see that there is this huge chunk of the country right through the middle that feels like Palin would be a good leader. I don’t believe for a second that those people really voted for McCain, any vote for McCain was for Palin’s tits.
The GOP is just starting in with their pity party about how they have lost almost all power. It must be hard to sit back on the Titanic and down while every other passenger in their right mind has jumped ship. She says that she realizes their party is now the minority, but we all know that minorities are not a favorite of the GOP, so where does that leave them?
I don’t think we’ve heard the end out of Tina Fey either, although she’s stated she would never do another Palin impression but I have a feeling the Alaska Governor will be dropping quite a few more “pearls of wisdom” that Ms Fey will have a hard time keeping her paws off of. I can just smell an episode of 30 Rock where the Palin SNL fiasco is paralleled.