Courtesy of Raw Story:
Bill Maher closed Real Time on Friday by ripping Republicans’ embrace of the phrase “middle-class economics.”
“It’s the new bullsh*t, and it’s what’s for dinner,” he said, noting that both Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney had started decrying income inequality. (At least, before Romney eliminated himself as a presidential candidate on Friday.)
Even former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) tried to get into the act, Maher noted, before showing footage of her mangling the term “status quo” during her infamous speech in Iowa last week.
“This raises a troubling question,” Maher said of Palin’s performance. “If Sarah Palin suffers a stroke, how will we know? I don’t know from that if Sarah Palin is for or against helping the middle class. And there’s no way to know. But there’s a lot of that kind of talk going around.”
Palin deserves every bit of criticism and mockery that is coming her way. She got away for far too long with her ugly little games. Her FB comments have declined. I particularly liked this comment that I saw earlier.