Because you just can’t make this stuff up

Sarah Palin, who we all know is no quitter (as she told us while quitting her job) is an independent maverick (thus the job at the ultra right mouth piece Faux “news”) and an American intellectual (as we saw by the notes she wrote on her hand so she would have a cheat sheet to make fun of Obama for using a teleprompter) as we all know.

But she is so much more.

She is also a best selling author. Except that she didn’t write the book. Not that there is anything wrong with hiring a writer, hell in her case it means that the book is written in english instead of moron. But you really have to wonder about $60,000 plus that her PAC paid to buy her books. That does seem a bit odd. Or at least a tiny bit self serving. And again it isn’t terribly unusual. Just kinda sad. (Hush now, no mentioning that the book was being sold for 70% off by october. And no I am not suggesting that all 7 of her supporters who are capable of reading had already bought copies. Don’t put words in my mouth.)

Still, we have only begun to tap the talent that is Caribou Barbie. She is still more than is dreamt of in your philosophy!

She is also a superhero.

No, seriously. Remember kids, a Palin comic book is the perfect gift for your rightwing uncle who got red in the face and sprayed spit all over you as he yelled about “Obama goin’ an’ ‘doctrinatin them kids who is dumb enough to go to school the day he is a speakin’!” Buy two and get a crayon pack half price! Have fun coloring in the former governor as she speaks in front of a meat packing plant. Marvel at the attention to detail in the faces of the teabaggers that gather to pay to hear her mangle sentences in a way that would make W the lesser proud. Every crayon pack comes with 42 colors, including 26 shades of red, great for getting all the picture details just right as Super Palin helps the poor citizens of a small Alaskan town fend off the hordes of evil baby seals that surround them!

The illustrations alone have the propaganda heads of the former Soviet Union staring, dumbfounded, and the sheer magnitude of the lies.

How many do you think her PAC will buy? And will they eat the crayons?

  1. #1 by James Farmer on February 10, 2010 - 3:25 pm

    OMFG … ROLMAO!

    We have truly become a nation of stupid morons!!!

  2. #2 by Anenome on February 10, 2010 - 3:33 pm

    Rainbow Coalition of crayons. There is so much to go around, between Palin and Pelosi, we could have an idiot review…

  3. #3 by James Farmer on February 10, 2010 - 4:28 pm

    Glenn:

    There is no comparing Pelosi and Palin, nor the supporters of each.

  4. #4 by Becky Stauffer on February 10, 2010 - 5:20 pm

    That ain’t no children’s book. No self-respecting kid would give it the time of day. Calling it a children’s book does provide a handy cover for the adults who couldn’t make it through the Palin book. This one doesn’t have nearly as many words.

  5. #5 by shane on February 10, 2010 - 7:18 pm

    True Becky, but some of the words in the comic book are bigger…..

  6. #6 by Larry Bergan on February 11, 2010 - 3:57 am

    If I had donated to Sarah and received a book I didn’t know I had purchased I would feel that my ass had just been handed to me, but…

    Maybe Ken has some thoughts.

  7. #7 by Richard Warnick on February 11, 2010 - 7:32 am

    David Broder wrote a column, reprinted in today’s Salt Lake Tribune, opining that Palin is “a public figure at the top of her game.”

    Just in time for Palin’s lowest poll numbers ever. More than 70% of respondents said she’s not qualified to be president. Only 37 percent of Republicans have a “strongly favorable” view of Palin.

  8. #8 by Richard Warnick on February 11, 2010 - 11:00 am

    In the latest comic book news, apparently Captain America is battling Glenn Beck and the Tea Partiers. Maybe he’s going to go after Palin too!

    Link to page from Captain America #602:
    http://www.publiusforum.com/images/captAmer_teapartyfear.JPG

  9. #9 by cav on February 11, 2010 - 1:06 pm

    You can’t make this stuff up! Who sez?.. Happens all the time:

    So an Ahmed Chalabi advisor, a Right to Lifer and Nixon’s Jew Counter are riding a snow machine in a white out when it crashes into a moose…
    Stranded without food, the 3 crash survivors notice a far off light through the bramble of the snowy wood around the crash site.
    While painfully limping toward the light the survivors stumble upon a nude raven-haired beauty asleep on a snowy bower next to an assortment of Taco Bell products.
    Crying with joy the survivors fall to their knees to give thanks for their salvation when they notice the once far-off light has moved closer and has ringed their position with walls of scorching flame.

    The 3 survivors perish in the conflagration.

    The sleeping beauty gets a talk show – but likes nothing better than watching ‘Bridezilla’ while munching a Taco Supreme.

  10. #10 by Dwight Sheldon Adams on February 11, 2010 - 1:31 pm

    In classic conservative fashion:

    In this Internet age, we need to let our kids know that it is wrong to spread rumors and lies. Unfortunately, many so-called journalists have basically told children that this is permissible as long as you disagree with someone’s opinions. Our kids deserve better than the shameful example that has been set before them. What message does this send to little girls who may want to enter the political arena? Don’t you dare lest you be Palinized?

    This after publishing multiple books which set liberals up as being monsters, buffoons, egomaniacs, and dictators. Brilliant hypocrisy. Doesn’t she know that it’s not right to demonize someone just because they have a different opinion?

    It’s so sad when you can reflect someone’s accusations back at them in paraphrase and they make absolute sense. Then again, she’s telling the truth about liberals. No “rumors and lies” in her books, because she knows that people with different opinions than hers are disgusting, degenerate slobs–and it’s her job to let the children know it, too. Nothing like making the kids afraid of the President to boost a child’s patriotism.

    But isn’t this a perfect example of what’s wrong with our discourse? We all feel justified in what we do and say (which is entirely natural), so when the other guy criticizes us, we think he’s unjustified. Our criticisms of him, though, are totally justified. After all–he thinks differently than we do, and we’re the justified ones!

    Dwight Sheldon Adams

  11. #11 by james farmer on March 8, 2010 - 1:17 pm

    Sarah Palin is also a recipient of Canadian health care, as she herself discloses here.

    Lies, lies and more lies. A complete and total hypocrite!!!

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