Sarah Palin’s Drunken Facebook Rodomontade (Hic)

20 (1)Bob Cesca at The Daily Banter has a close look at Palin’s FB rant about Martin O’Malley and the “democrat party.” He contends that Palin does have an assistant, but some of the posts on her FB are indeed penned by herself.

On the other hand, it’s always abundantly obvious when Palin decides to fire off a missive herself because it’s loaded with ludicrous word usages, questionable grammar and lots of word salad. Put another way: her self-authored posts read as if they were written by a deeply intoxicated tween, and this new O’Malley post on her official Facebook page is one of her finest efforts.

Cesca then pretty much examines the aforementioned rant in fine detail. Her rant is in bold.

The democrats have greased the skids for their chosen one, despite the media games that play the public with various “competing” campaigns used for gamey distractions.

She started out by condemning the notion that Clinton is the presumptive nominee, then criticized anyone who’s pushing for competition in the primaries. In other words, it’s bad that she’s going to win, and it’s bad that people are pushing for candidates to challenge her. Okeedokee. Meanwhile, the media, she wrote, is playing games “for gamey distractions.” Yes, “gamey.” Either she misspelled “gamy,” as in “having the strong flavor or smell of tainted meat,” or she seriously described the media’s “games” as “gamey.” We can only assume, then, that she also thinks the media’s distractions are distractiony, and that its talking points are talking-pointy.

With today’s more-of-the-same distract-sphere – with the politician sounding exactly like all the others – don’t you wonder if there are ANY good old fashioned Blue Dog democrats who can represent the left’s party in the 2016 race?

First, before we get into the concern-trolling — “distract-sphere?” Holy hell, Ms. Palin, what did the English language ever do to you to deserve this punishment? End the abuse!

Here’s just one reason to do it: abolishing your name from the liberal’s roll chips away at the democrat party’s foundation that actually supports un-American acts like this:

Oh, that sentence is a peach, isn’t it? Forgive me for going all Grammar Nazi here, but “liberal’s” should be liberals’, with the apostrophe after the — wait, did she pull another one of those “the politician” prosaic flourishes by referring to all liberals as “the liberal?” And what, then, is “the liberal’s roll?” Does this one liberal — the liberal — have a dinner roll with your name on it? Realistically, I think she meant to write “the liberals’ rolls,” but got all kerfuffled by the repeated plural forms.

I actually tried to read this on Saturday after I had been taken out to lunch, but was unable to get through it. I blamed the bottle of red wine that was consumed during lunch (my husband was driving) so I had the greater share of the spoils so to speak. However, I obviously had it backasswards. The author of that fine piece must have been falling-down drunk to have come up with that *gibberetic* word salad.

drunk2I mean it’s not as if we haven’t seen her drunk in public before. Remember Denver! The Palin family brawl and her rebuttal to Elizabeth Warren spring to mind too. God only knows what she gets up to in private.

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Well after her babble of bluster – Martin O’Malley tweeted back to her.

o'malley tweetHa, Wonkette has just weighed in also and too.

At first, when former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley declared on Saturday that he also too would like to be president please, we were like, OK, whatever, sure, keep the Democratic primary race interesting, yay democracy. Plus, O’Malley did good liberal-y things while he was governor, like murdering the death penalty and taxing God’s sweet tears. But then some other used-to-be governor had to “write” a bunch of “words” on the FacePlace about how O’Malley is a liberal so he sucks and hates freedom and derp derp fart also too:

…Not that she ever will, as O’Malley and everyone else knows, because she is a lazy whiny quitter loser, but now we have to give extra points to O’Malley for basically calling her that, so sure, why not, in addition to Madam Hillz and America’s favorite socialist Bernie Sanders, O’Malley for president too!


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13 Responses to Sarah Palin’s Drunken Facebook Rodomontade (Hic)

  1. 40Watt says:

    Sarah, I am here to help. Let’s look first at the pesky little apostrophe you tend use when you are going for a plural and end up tied in “knot’s.” My advice is to avoid using s to make plural forms at all. This will not only lessen your confusion but also will add to the unique Palinesque quality of your writing.

    For example: the plural of ox is oxen. It stands to reason the plural of fox is foxen; two boxes are boxen; and more than one serving of lox is loxen (Stand with Israel!) One child, several children. Ergo, the plural of mother and father can only be mothren and fathren.

    Of course, we have one mouse, many mice; one louse, a head full of lice. You, I believe are lucky enough to have not only one house but two hice. Todd is a spouse but when he is together with brother Chuck, they are spice. Where there is a die, there may be two dice. When one pie will not suffice, you must bake several pice.

    I am sure you will have many ideae of your own. Yes, you can never go wrong adding an e to make a plural from a word ending in a. Remember that the next time you order pizzae.

    I eagerly await your next FB rant. I know it will be emotionally overwhelming. So much so, remembering the plural of index is indices, I am going to prepare by buying several boxen of Kleenices. Ever onwards but NOT upward’s.

  2. irishgirl999 says:

    Jaysu’s 40 Watt, you are lots’ of fun. I have to feed my spice and children’s now but will be back when we have finished the pice.

    Laughing so much I have the kleenices dabbing at my tears””.

    • 40Watt says:

      “I have to feed my spice….” You have more than one hubby? Did you feed them a pie each? Pray, do tell. 😉

  3. wendy says:

    40Watt – That was an awesome rant! I bow in your presence!

    • 40Watt says:

      Actually, I remembered some of these from a book I read many years ago, but I couldn’t give credit where it is due because I was damned if I could recall the book’s title. With my conscious bothering me, I hopefully googled a few different words, and I’m pretty sure this is it – Crazy English by Richard Lederer. So, if any bowing is to be done, Richard is the one who deserves it.

  4. irishgirl999 says:

    40 Watt, you’re comment deserves’ to go plural!

    • 40Watt says:

      😂 Be a dear and hand me the kleenices.

      • MrsGunka says:

        Bravo my dear lady. I bow’s to you. I corresponded with my high school English teacher for several years. May she rest in peace. The first note I sent, I asked her not to correct with a red pen and circled and send back! We got along beautifully for years, but I did see her dementia progress thru the last years and it was so sad. I don’t know when that book was written, but I swear I have read that or heard it before…..maybe from my dear teacher. I started writing to her when her daughter died at the age of 28 from cancer. I had met her twice before when she brought her to school for some holiday event. I even talked with her briefly. But had never thought of her again till the day she died….just out of the blue! Has happened with two casual acquaintances from my youth. It shook me up! It just came out of the blue. For years when I think of an old friend it frightens me now. I often call or write just to be sure they are OK! I just wish I could remember everything she taught me about the placement of the lonely apostrophe!

  5. irishgirl999 says:

    I think I will google a lesson on the lonely apostrophe. It can’t do any harm?

  6. Googled ‘word salad’ and below is wikipedia’s take under ‘In media’. Gotta say that I don’t know how the President could be charged with word salad-ness. I think he’s way down the line in that category. Stoopid Fox.
    “In February 2015, American media outlet Fox News described President Barack Obama’s official National Security Strategy as a “word salad”, suggesting that the document was incoherent or nonsensical.[5] The previous month, the Seattle, Washington alternative weekly newspaper The Stranger described a speech by former Alaska governor Sarah Palin at a Republican Party gathering as a “word salad”, meaning a nonsensical rant.[6 ”

    Im in ahhhh of awl of ewe above and ure grammatical witteryness.

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