Sarah Palin has been getting some pretty bad press lately. But on last night’s Hannity show, it was hate mongering as usual from the queen of mean-word salad.
In case you missed it, new details of the Palin family brawl dripped out yesterday and they weren’t pretty. This came right on the heels of news that Palin has spent only a small fraction of the funds her PAC has raised on the causes or candidates she supposedly supports.
But on Hannity – a show devoted to helping get out the disaffected Republican vote - Palin was obviously there to get out the female vote. But rather than come right out and say so, Hannity played a clip of Tina Brown saying that Obama makes women feel “unsafe,” and asked for Palin's reaction. Unfortunately for Hannity, I doubt Palin did much to galvanize women viewers.
PALIN: Ironic! Because that little lady, Tina Brown? She is such a big part of the problem. She with her, and her ilk being so uber uppity, so cocksure of their untouchable elitism. They who support liberal men who have kept women, unfortunately, kind of embracing this lie that they should be dependent upon government. So, Tina Brown, chick, you’re a day late and a dollar short. They’ve been beating the crap out of strong, common sense, smart conservative women for years, she and her ilk.
…These maladroit, fake feminist women they have such a double standard, so hypocritical, as they would support anyone who would have sympathy for, say, Muslims who do treat women so poorly and so inhumanely. And not do all that they can to stop the rise of radical Islam that would come – adversely affect America’s interests.
No, these women – again, they’re quite hypocritical because they support somebody like, say, Barack Obama whose failed policies have kept them dependent on a failed government that has led to recently – you know, one in five families being on food stamps. 44 million Americans not finding a good job, more latchkey children than ever in this country because of a devalued dollar, based on liberal economic policies that lead to prices rising in the cost of living here, foreseeing women to be out there in the work force whether they want to be or not. No, these women – their sympathies are lying in the wrong party.
After that bit of nonsense, Hannity maneuvered Palin on track for Get Out The Vote messaging. But the segment was already half over.
Watch it below.
This is exactly what I did as soon as this whiny bitch started her garbage.
Absolutely no substance at all. I feel sorry for this woman.
And, curse you, John McCain.
She’s a sad excuse for a mother.