Poor old Sarah, forever the victim, must be facing something right about now. I wonder if it’s the *feds* investigating Dairygate where her friends scammed close to 5 million dollars from the government, or if she is facing unemployment. By the way, did you hear that Jedidiah Bila got a new job at Fox?
Will Bill Fulton link her to Schaeffer Cox and the AIP? He has already stated that Miller and Bailey were certain that she had the nomination for VP wrapped up back in March, 2008. I asked that question back in June, but you never know with those clowns.
Is Sarah upset that everyone made fun of her at the Golden Globes Awards?
Most of the world has either forgotten (or would like to forget) Sarah Palin, but Hollywood won’t let us forget. And thank goodness!
Game Change, the made-for-HBO movie about Sen. John McCain’s reckless selection of Palin as the GOP’s vice presidential nominee in 2008, won three Golden Globes Sunday night, including best motion picture or miniseries made for television, best actress for Julianne Moore, and best supporting actor for Ed Harris’ portrayal of John McCain.
“I would like to give a shout out to two people who made a significant difference in the 2008 election—Tina Fey and Katie Couric,” Moore said in her acceptance speech in an obvious reference to Fey’s hilarious impersonation of Palin on “Saturday Night Live” and Palin’s embarrassing interview with Couric.
Then after Game Change received its third Golden Globe, director Jay Roach told Moore, “Now with you and Tina Fey we have three of the most incredible impersonations of Sarah Palin, counting Sarah Palin.”
Or is she upset that Colin Powell called her a racist?
It hasn’t really been a good week at all for the poor old dear. But never fear, the motley crew over at the sea o’ pee are still yearning for her to rise up and save the world.
Yep, that’s all we need!