Friday, August 7, 2009

I Made A Vow To Leave Sarah Palin Alone - But Unfortunately, There's No "OFF" Position On Her Crazy Switch.

Sarah Palin, on her Facebook page, weighs in on the health care reform debate.

And once again, she underscores the fact that she's completely batshit crazy.

Here's a direct quote:

"The America I know and love is not one in which my parents or my baby with Down Syndrome will have to stand in front of Obama’s “death panel” so his bureaucrats can decide, based on a subjective judgment of their “level of productivity in society,” whether they are worthy of health care. Such a system is downright evil."

Holy Jeebus.

Aside from the fact that her statement is complete and utter bullshit, Palin underscores her insanity by going on in her post to cheer for Representative Michele Bachmann, someone who is just as loony as Palin.

Three things occur to me here.

The first:

Sarah Palin is, apparently, genetically incapable of just STFU.
She just can't do it.
As a result, even in her written comments, the verbal diarrhea spews forth, splattering hither and yon, staining anyone who comes near.

The second:

For someone who keeps screaming for the press to "leave her kids alone," she sure keeps trotting them out there as props.

The third:

Even if Sarah Palin is nuttier than a fruitcake, she's just as guilty of sedition as the rest of the GOP and the health care industry.

Dear Ex-Governor quitter Palin - how can we miss you if you won't go away?

h/t to Bob Cesca, Matt Osborne, and The Mudflats.


Matt Osborne said...

Adding: Sarah Palin should try finding an individual policy that would cover Baby Trig. Downs Syndrome being a pre-existing condition and all, I bet she'd awaken fast.

Anonymous said...

Now that Sarah Palin has thrown baby Trig back out into the main stream media using him as her personal attention grabber it appears she wants the people to start asking questions about him again.
The public has many unanswered questions about baby Trig.
To stay on the topic I will start with these;
Isn't Trigs medical covered by the Alaskan Native Association and if he isn't, then why not? Does he or doesn’t he qualify?
Isn’t the Alaska Native Association federally funded?

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