Monday, June 6, 2011

Keep Pounding Away

The nerve that Sarah Palin has to rewrite established history! In fact, in order to cover up her monumental gaffe about the ride of Paul Revere, people who support her tried to edit the Wiki page about the actual historical event.

To be fair, Revere did warn the British that advancing on Lexington would be dangerous because the colonists were armed -- after he was captured by the British! However, the Palin backers tried to assert that, because most of the colonists at the time considered themselves British, she was historically accurate. What unbelievable fucking balls these people have.

On MSNBC's Morning Joe today (VIDEO), conservative commentator Mark Halperin called the question Palin was asked a "gotcha question," to which host Joe Scarborough replied, "Everything's a gotcha question with her, isn't it?"

The MSNBC clip also reminds us of the actual question she was asked which spurred her horrible, schizophasic word salad of an answer:

What have you seen so far today, and what are you going to take away from your visit?

Sound like a gotcha question to you? Or is that question itself a gotcha question? How about that one? Or this one?

While the MSM will likely let this story die away until she announces her candidacy, the blogosphere needs to continue to pound away at her relentless odd lies, incoherent babbling, and snarky delusions of authoritah. As it's clearly wrong to take her out back and put her out of her misery, she needs to be constantly held up to ridicule. And I don't care how pissed off her followers get, because there aren't enough of them to convince her critics that she's worthy of even a stage at a shopping mall in Anchorage, let alone the national stage.

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