Published: Thursday, April 3 2014 3:25 p.m. MDT
The gift from McCain that just keeps on giving. Palin. Just the name, let alone
the voice, causes me to shudder.
@Outside-ViewPalin should make your ilk to shudder. She was right
about oil, she was right about Russia, she was right about health care death
panels.If you ever pull your head out of the sand, then you would
actually shudder at the incompetence of the president and his supporter (reid,
Pelosi etc).You should also shudder that your president who slammed
President Bush over his borrowing, war, economy, torture, gitmo etc. Has not
only continued many of the practices, but, exploded the use of executive orders,
increased our war footprint, borrowed more than all other presidents combined,
opened gitmo, outsourced torture, spied on everyone that has anything
electronic, used the IRS to attack and silence opposition, gave himself power to
judge, jury and executioner on US citizens, outsourced more jobs...meanwhile he
and his rich friends got richer while killing the middle class.That's scary. That's something to shudder about.
When I watched this, it reinforeced my view that Palin is a cartoon character
and not a serious leader in the policy arena. She is more about doing her
schtick and selling herself.
Ahhh, sarah. Late night comedy is your forte.
I still miss Johnny Carson and really detested the the smug-and-smarmy Leno. It sounds like Fallon may actually be a successor to Carson.
The Far Right in this country show they are not patriots, when they side with
Russia because they don't want Americans to have healthcare.
I liked it. It was funny. And Sarah can play the flute . . . Not badly.
That's a good thing.She's really getting thin though,
don't you think? I hope she's all right . . . Well . . . as all right
as Sarah Palin can be."Whether or not Fallon is actually
choosing sides ??"Why would anyone think by this skit that Jimmy
Falon is choosing sides? He's entertaining America.Jimmy and
Sarah are predominantly both entertainers. He may have increased his future
Nielsen ratings because members of America's vast right wing are more
willing to watch him now.The skit filled multiple purposes, and one
of them was a concession to the political Right. He threw them a little bone to
gnaw on, and now they're happy . . . Kind of like the way Politico did with
its Lie of the Year for 2013.
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