The Return Of Sarah Palin

After only a few day’s absence from Fox, Sarah Palin returned sporting the biggest knockers I have seen her sport for quite some time. She even had a cleavage of dubious origins.

Sarah really shouldn’t wear sleeveless clothes as she does not have Michelle Obama’s beautifully toned arms. Sarah arms just jiggle and shake and are squashed up against that enormous monstrosity that she has acquired on her chest. Speaking of her chest, there was some serious deep breathing going on, and the new additions were rising and falling at dangerous looking levels. It was so distracting that all I could hear her say was mea culpa a couple of times. That was her new word for the day.

H/T to Titlewave. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Huffington Post had the gist of the interview.

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) said Thursday night that GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), should come clean about their earlier support for the bailout and subsequent stimulus.

โ€œWell, that is when a mea culpa comes in quite handy and everyone who voted for TARP and stimulus, and the six trillion dollars additional in debt that we hand to our kids and grandkids to have to pay off, which totals now $16 trillion in debt by growing government these last four years under Obama, now everybody needs say, ‘hey, Iโ€™m sorry man, for voting for that, sorry for supporting these bailouts and the Cash for Clunkers and all these goofy programs where centralized government planners tried to plan our economy and they failed.'” Palin said in an interview with Fox News.

Does anyone else think that she is reminding Fox viewers about this in a backhanded attempt to lose support for Romney and Ryan? She really needs President Obama to win to stay relevant.

Palin then appeared with Hannity.

As usual, she had nothing new to say, just spewing the same tired old platitudes. The only thing of interest was when a bug landed on her wig at around the 3.59 mark and stayed there for nearly two and a half minutes.

I wish I had a better quality video. Anyway the bug eventually climbs down a lock of wig just above her S.E. Cupp glasses.

She swats it away.

Hannity gets a dig in at the end of the interview. “Governor, by the way, you’re missing the party,” Hannity says before he dismisses her. ๐Ÿ™‚

I tried to watch Clint Eastwood’s speech at the RNC convention, but I found it too painful. It made me cringe. I’ve always liked Clint, but his talking to an empty chair just did not work.

He bombed. I’m sorry for Clint, but glad for the RNC that it was a disaster.

And unfotunately, in breaking news, there has been another mass shooting in New Jersey. Huffington Post has the story.

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31 Responses to The Return Of Sarah Palin

  1. Older_Wiser says:

    Here’s more on that shooting; it was an ex-Marine who worked at the store and brought in his weapons from his car, including an AK47: http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Police-SWAT-Team-New-Jersey-Pathmark-Old-Bridge-168125856.html?hhh

  2. Older_Wiser says:

    P.S. Lots of bizarro behavior from the right-wing last night, eh? It’s who they are.

  3. Actually I thought Clint Eastwood really represented the GOP Convention attendees well. Demented, deranged, angry elderly old white person who is afraid.
    What a humiliating disgraceful ending to an appalling Convention. Eastwood managed to embarrass himself and his bumbling incoherent speech is all anyone will remember.

  4. MrsGunka says:

    Those are some major bonkers there! Heave…Ho! Those white hands! Why did she change her glasses? Finally put on a jacket to cover her flabby arms. Didn’t remember seeing a lake behind the chateau in AZ? Was that a cactus critter in her hair? What happened to the cleavage when she put the jacket on? Do they deflate when the sun goes down? POOFFffff…. time to putt the blow-up pleasure doll back in the box for another 4 years. After watching Clint making as ass of himself, they might have stirred those old guys more to have Barbie-blow-up sitting in that chair! That was the week that wasn’t! Can’t wait for the DNC party!! I doubt they will have a has-been 82 year old actor talking to a chair. We are a little more Progressive than that!!

    Wouldn’t it be funny if Fox assigned her a roving reporters job at the DNC? teehee ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Nope- we don’t HAVE bugs in AZ … seriously. Very seldom see flies – or mosquitos – too hot and too dry.
      The HOOTERS are really really BIG. And one IS higher than the other and they move independently. Do you suppose she borrowed them from one of Todd’s hookers?

  5. Gindy51 says:

    You’re right,shondi99. Clint helped lock up the “old fart yells at a chair” vote pretty well. Sad ending for a talented actor and director. Now he will forever be known as the man who invented Eastewooding (talked to an empty chair). What a legacy.
    Adding to the bedlam that was the RNC, old Willard ran over into the local news and that is a huge cardinal sin for any prime time event (save maybe the Oscars, one of which Clint will never see again so he better hug the one he has now). Hell the man can’t even run a three hour TV show let alone a nation.

  6. Blake says:

    She definitely does NOT want Obama to win. No thinking person supports that man. Sad thing is, the alternative is barely better. It’s entertaining that women detest Romney due to GOP’s “treatment” of their gender. HOWEVER, Obama has done NOTHING for anyone specifically. He’s only ever mentioned illegals and his own race because for some strange reason, he’s deeply worried about losing base support.

    He’s an anomaly of a politico. There’s no depth to President Obama. Only games and underhanded nastiness that is masked by a smile. Prove me wrong. You can’t. He puts NO action behind words. The day he does I will stand atop Mount Rushmore and screamed my apology to him.

    • fan of Mrs.G says:

      “I will stand .. and screamed my apology to him.” Tense.
      Republicans “conversate” with chairs. also.

    • RJ 40 says:

      What a stupid ass you are. The first thing Pres Obama signed into law was the Lily Ledbedder ACt Equal pay for Women which Bush the dumber and repubs vetoed like 3 times.

    • The last time I looked, none of us have to prove you right OR wrong. You are simply a blog comment that disagrees, which is your right.
      We are all aware of the things Mr. Obama has managed to accomplish in spite of GOP stonewalling. If you can’t see it by now, it is because you have chosen to not see it.
      That is your problem not mine.
      I’m glad you find it “entertaining” that the GOP has a war on women going on. Taking Medicare and Medicaid away from families is such a Republican thing to do. Gutting our Social Safety Net is “so” Romney.
      I’m sure Mr. Obama will happily survive without needing to listen to you screaming. So can the rest of us.

  7. Ames says:

    All democrats have are personal attacks. Luckily, sane, nice, happy people don’t think like that – and they certainly don’t judge people they’ve never met and only read about via 5th hand source.

  8. Forty Watt says:

    Michael Moore’s take:
    Speaking to Invisible Obama last night, in a performance that seemed to have been written by Timothy Leary and performed by Cheech & Chong, Clint Eastwood was able to drive home to tens of millions of viewers the central message of this yearโ€™s Republican National Convention: โ€œWe Are Delusional and Detached from Reality. Vote for Us!โ€

    http://dangerousminds.net/comments/dirty_chairy_clint_eastwood_is_a_senile_old_republican_coot

    I think the choice of an 82 year old *tough guy* has something to say about the collective nostalgia to return to a mythical time when *we* were young, everything was wonderful and real men kept their little women in the kitchen. I think the delusion is that this world actually exists somewhere *back there* – the place we have to return to – and men like Clint Eastwood who belong in it are still young and virile and swaggering about saying, “Make my day” or whatever the hell it was he said. Because of that, no one thought to find out if the 82 year old version was even capable of getting up on the stage with his hair combed and acting coherently.

    I feel very bad for him. Somebody in his life should have cared enough to stop that.

    At the same time, I also found it excruciating that a white man was talking down, in both senses, to an invisible black man. I’m not for a moment suggesting that was conscious on Eastwood’s part, especially considering the obvious challenges he now has – just that I am still upset.

    That invisibility to which I refer occurs because of a peculiar disposition of the eyes of those with whom I come in contact. A matter of the construction of their inner eyes, those eyes with which they look through their physical eyes upon reality. Ralph Ellison

    • titlewave says:

      Love the Ellison quote ๐Ÿ™‚

      I think you hit it on the head- people expected the tough “Make my day” character and were surprised- as you are anytime you haven’t seen someone in ages and how different they can look physically: “no one thought to find out if the 82 year old version was even capable of getting up on the stage with his hair combed and acting coherently.” That was a disservice not only to Romney (not that I care) but to Eastwood also (also not that I care). Not too bright of the RNC people.

      My biggest gripe was the disrespect and disdain he showed for the president- not about disagreeing with his policies or viewpoints, but the fashion in which he spoke both to him and as him.

      • Forty Watt says:

        “My biggest gripe was the disrespect and disdain he showed for the president….”

        Yes, and the implicit words “spoken* by the President to which Eastwood responded were words that he would never have spoken in that kind of situation, had he been present in actuality: “Shut up” and “Tell Romney to go f*ck himself.” No.

        So as well as the disrespect, the piece was neither clever nor funny, which it potentially could have been if there had been disagreement with respect together with a sensitivity to the way the POTUS really talks and comports himself. But of course, that would take both awareness and a deep belief that, as we say in Scotland, “We’re a’ Jock Tamson’s bairns.”

    • irishgirl999 says:

      I’m going to have to make myself watch it. Thanks for the link.

  9. Forty Watt says:

    I’m glad to hear it. I hope he was disappointed by more than Eastwood’s deteriorating acting skills.

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  11. Forty Watt says:

    “…itโ€™s always sad to see an old demented dirty white man cry.”

    shondi99, given your liberal use of the adjectives “old” and “dirty” throughout this blog, I fully expect, given my advanced age, I more than likely qualify, in your mind, as a “dirty old white woman.” Maybe you’d even throw in a “demented” for good measure.

    If my assessment should be true, I am uncommonly comforted by the fact that if I cry, you will be sad. So sweet. ๐Ÿ™‚

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