Thursday, April 2, 2009

Sarah Palin: Governor Bizarro

This just gets weirder and weirder.

According to Gryphen over at Immoral Minority, also now an item in the The Anchorage Daily News, Governor Sarah Palin has jumped on the Randy Ruedrich crazy train, calling for the resignation of U.S. Senator Mark Begich, so Ted Stevens can have a "do-over."

Yeah, you read it right.

It's April 2, so this is not an April Fool's prank.

As further verification of this insanity, Palin's attack dog Meg Stapleton confirmed the governor’s position in an email to Politico: “She absolutely agrees that there should be a special election,” Stapleton wrote. “(Begich) Stepping down to hold the special election would be the right thing to do.”

This is the point in the show where Rod Serling is supposed to step out, cigarette in hand, and explain that we are now in the Twilight Zone.

I'm beginning to truly believe that whatever mental illness that Glenn Beck is afflicted with is contagious:

I used to think Sarah Palin was just not very bright.
Now I'm certain that she's unhinged as well.

Update: Last night, Sarah also challenged the Senate Democrat's rejection of her appointment of Republican-turned-Democrat Tim Grussendorf to former Senator Kim Elton's seat, citing a 1987 AG opinion that a caucus of said Democrats was Constitutionally insufficient to make the rejection (see my earlier post about this brouhaha).
That's odd: When Sarah appointed church mate Wes Keller to fill convicted and jailed (and one of her mentors) State Representative Vic Kohring's House seat, a caucus of the House Republicans was just fine to approve it... no Constitutional problems there.

You can't make this stuff up.

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