Jim Schutze of the Dallas Observer believes that
Texas Is Becoming the Sarah Palin of States, and not in the Good MILF-y Way
And he has this to say about Palin…
She is an idiot. She is a moron. She is an uneducated, ill-read and ill-informed person of atrocious taste and horrible conduct whose appalling hillbilly brood gets into drunken brawls in which people call each other fucking c*nts in public.
I am so angry with us liberals for allowing you to miss all that, the flaw, the harbinger. Was it because we knew how in love you were? Karen Tumulty in The Washington Post remembered yesterday that after Palin’s appearance in a 2008 vice presidential debate, National Review Editor Rich Lowry said, “It was so sparkling it was almost mesmerizing. It sent little starbursts through the screen and ricocheting around the living rooms of America.”
It’s all a process, isn’t it? Five years later she made her famous CPAC speech in which she said of husband, Todd, “He’s got the rifle, I got the rack.” And probably at that moment your eyebrows went up half a notch. I think you were beginning to suspect. He’s got the rifle, I got the rack? Somewhere in the backs of your minds you were beginning to wonder even then if she was truly presidential timber.
Her slurred speech in Iowa recently must have presented you with another thoroughly hair-raising possibility. What if she has the fundamental character flaw, the harbinger, and then on top of that she’s drunk on her ass? What might be expected of her at that point? He’s got the rifle, I got the rack, you fucking c*nts?
So this is where you are, Republicans. You are beginning to suspect that Sarah Palin, whom you loved, may be a vulgar idiot and a moron. What’s next? What else do you need to know about yourselves? This is where Texas comes into play.
Here in Texas we have elected an entire slate of Sarah Palins to most of the highest elective offices in our state. The little fandango with the state rep trying to make Muslims swear allegiance to America is but the beginning, the first taste.
The bolding and the * of the c word are mine, but Jim was not so delicate. 😉