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March 8, 2010

Welcome to the Twilight Zone

Right after Sarah Palin gave her key note speech at the first annual Tea Party Convention she was lambasted in the media, blogs, and other outlets for having notes on her hand after criticizing President Barack Obama for using Teleprompters early on her key note address to the convention.  True to her nature, the following two speeches she was to give reporters were not allowed to film or record her speech.   Sarah Palin likes to criticize, but she cannot take it.  She likes to play the role of the victim, yet time and time again she only exposes her hypocrisy.

What Sarah Palin did not consider when she made her media blackout is that people have cell phones and that many have video recorders in them.  It was because of this we learned the real why she did not want to be videotaped or have audio taped, besides her being a hypocrite; we were reminded how frightening her ideology is influenced by her Pentecostal roots.  Her views are extreme, are divorced from reality, and frankly, out there.  Sarah Palin is a religious crackpot.

Sarah Palin was recorded saying the following:

Isaiah 49:16 reads: “See, I have engraved on the palms of my hands; your walls are ever before me.”

“Hey, if was good enough for God, scribbling on the palm of his hand, it’s good enough for me, for us.  He says, in that passage he says, I wrote your name on the palm of my hand to remember you.  And I’m like OK, I’m in good company,” Palin said to laughter.

You know, Sarah and the Republicans, I have one thing to ask you.  So how is that crackpot Sarah-ey Palin-ey thing going for ya? This is what the right wing religious nuts want in the White House and then has the nerve to criticize the president?  People you live in glass houses should not throw stones.

Sarah Palin on Sean Hannity defending herself after the Tea Party Convention:

Sarah Palin using a teleprompter:

Sarah Palin talking about getting blessed by the visiting witch hunter and praising him:

Yup, Sarah Palin and the religious religious far right live in the twilight zone and throw stones.

Palin On Her Palm Notes: God Did It Too (Video)

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1 Comment »

  1. It just confirms what we have known for the longest time: The expression “What’s good for the goose, is good for the gander” does not apply to these people. On the contrary: What’s good for them, nobody else is allowed to use, and if they do, then the right shouts for foul play.

    Comment by Katharina in Ghent — March 12, 2010 @ 1:42 pm


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