Sarah Palin Tries To Intimate That PO Called Mountain After Her

From her shouty page:

NOTE: “Denali” was the name assigned to Gov. Sarah Palin by the United States Secret Service during the 2008 campaign. Her husband’s code name, per Secret Service, was “Driller.” 

As tourist season winds down in Alaska, so does the sightseeing trip of America’s busiest tourist. The President heads back to the beltway bubble after three days in the wondrous Last Frontier.

While here, he enjoyed spectacular autumn weather which he commemorated with many selfies on a stick. He danced, he held a fish, he hiked a glacier (thankfully not the Mendenhal Glacier, for that chunk of ice is, literally, the size of Rhode Island. Instead, he enjoyed one of the other 100,000 Alaskan glaciers). And, he renamed a mountain…our mountain…the tallest peak on the North America continent.

Unlike most tourists, the President heads home now with his enormous fleet of transport vehicles – ironically after plenty of finger pointing on this Global Warming tour. Astoundingly, with just this one trip, a bigger carbon footprint was created than what 33 cars combined would create in an entire year.


He’s still not taking any notice of you Sarah. And why weren’t you in Alaska? Oh that’s right. They hate you up there.

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26 Responses to Sarah Palin Tries To Intimate That PO Called Mountain After Her

  1. Pearl says:

    Remind me to put a boot up her arse the next time I see that hideous harpy.

  2. MrsGunka says:

    Sarah had the name “Denali” for what 3 months? Honey, THE MOUNTAIN – the GREAT ONE was named DENALI for centuries before you were even born. It was named Mt McKinley for what 80+ years? After a President. A dead one, at that. Pres. Carter named the Nat’l Park surrounding it Denali Nat’l Park in 1978? Alaskans have been trying for years to get the name changed back to Denali but too much red tape. Alaskans wanted it named Denali again. President Obama just announced it had been changed at last. Had he been referring to you he would have said DING BAT! No way would he have called you The Great One!

    • So does that mean that Brisdull was wrong when she said NO ONE EVER called the Mountain Denali? (Excuse me, Nancy, the REAL writer on Brisdull’s blog). Has Sarah really gone totally fruit loop and decided she is now a mountain?

      • MrsGunka says:

        Yes, Brisdull (Nancy) are always wrong and yes, Sarah is totally fruit loops. I believe the natives! Sarah thinks an SUV was named after her! She can call it anything she wants as no one pays any attention to what she says. We just laugh and point our finger at the monkey in the cage as she makes funny faces. Oh, and speak English Sarah! I’m making DILL pickles not DEAL pickles. You dumb sh*t!

      • Pearl says:

        That office is in a mall. They started as a laser hair removal center. God knows that sasquatch, Sarah Palin, practically lived there.

  3. irishgirl999 says:

    She is completely deluded.

  4. Pearl says:

    Denali is an Athabaskan word meaning “great one”. It’s been the name used by Native Alaskans for centuries. The substitute name, Mt. McKinley has long been a politically controversial replacement, especially since William McKinley never set foot in Alaska or even gave it one iota of thought. What happened was a prospector exploring the area facetiously penned the name on his map after McKinley was nominated for President in 1896. In 1901, after McKinley was assassinated, the U.S. Board on Geographic Names “hurriedly” endorsed it despite the fact that he had no connection to the mountain whatsoever. The truth of the matter is, Native Alaskans have never referred to Denali as Mt. McKinley, it has and always will be Denali, at least if you’re a REAL Alaskan.

  5. lindak1961 says:

    Oh, how cute – not only does Quitter try to intimate that President Obama named Denali after her, she calls him a tourist, which implies that he’s not working.

  6. No fury burns hotter than the anger for a love that is unrequited…

  7. Yikes ! Reviews on Bristol’s employer, which also shed light on the office staff. Sounds like a creepy, disfunctional place to work. is the Alaska State Board of Licensing not paying attention? Hard to imagine why someone wanting to live life vibrantly would continue to work at a business whose clients warn people to stay away., unless . . . .

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