Palin Exits CPAC To Iconic Gay Musician’s Song

titNow this is hysterical. Apparently when Sarah Palin finished her CPAC barforola on Saturday, the exit music was a song called Titanium. It is actually a nice song. It has over 257 million views!

However, according to Queerty  (a gay website just in case you are at work), the singer/songwriter of this was not amused. Her name is Sia Furler and she tweeted this…

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Why is that you ask? Queerty also wonders why Palin used that music.

So, the antigay mother of an equally homophobic daughter uses the music of an out and proud bi girl who specializes in the gayest genre of music there is as her exit music for a speech at a conservative conference.

We simply have no idea why people continue to doubt Sarah Palin’s intelligence.

No idea at all.

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3 Responses to Palin Exits CPAC To Iconic Gay Musician’s Song

  1. lindak1961 says:

    What is it with gopers? They constantly use artists’ music without permission, and apparently without listening to the lyrics and knowing anything about the artists.

  2. MrsGunka says:

    Glad you young guys keep up on this thing. I’m not up on this music stuff anymore. It just proves, Sarah may think she’s young and has the groove, but is obviously as retarded about this stuff as us old gals. I would think her girls would know about these things, but I don’t think the CPAC was a family outing. From all we have seen, the kids don’t seem to excited to stand on the stage with her anymore, not does Todd and her parents. What’s in it for them now? Embarrassment?

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