Nobody Doesn’t Like Sarah, Lee

Every Sarah Palin I post at Moonbattery gets 70-100 comments, most of them from left-wing trolls who claim they couldn’t care less about Sarah Palin.

Item Number One: Andrew “Milky Loads” Sullivan — the AIDS-addled blogger who spent weeks during the 2008 campaign obsessively promoting the demented conspiracy theory that Sarah Palin is not Trig Palin’s mother — announced in his blog yesterday that he was parsing her book in order to analyze “Palin’s unhinged grip on reality from the very beginning – specifically her fantastic story of her fifth pregnancy…”

That’s right, *he* is calling her *deranged,* and still pushing the phony pregnancy conspiracy angle.

I like the way Ace sums it up: “What we have here is a man having a delusional love-affair with Barack Obama who perceives Sarah Palin as both a threat to his pretend “husband” as well as a source of painful sexual jealousy that she, unlike he, is the right gender to actually convert this pretend husband to real one.”

That sounds about right.

There’s just something about Sarah that makes people project their pathologies on her. Andrew Sullivan calls her deranged. Ana Marie Cox calls her a shallow attention whore. Larry O’Donnell calls her loud and stupid. Pathetic left-wing trolls who post comments from their parents’ basements mock her alleged stupidity and lack of accomplishments. I half expect Rosie O’Donnell to call her a fat bull-dyke any day now.

Item Number Two: The hatred-filled lying sacks of crap at DailyKos have been caught red-handed plotting to create a phony Sarah Palin quote and arranging for it to go viral.

All these contracts let out willy-nilly under the stimulus package to repave roads and the like that could have gone directly to hard-working Americans who would’ve been more than happy to pave their own roads like the streets in front of their homes themselves with stuff they could have bought from the Home Depot so we could have not only been repaving the roads but also stimulating our economy by having millions of hard-working Americans buying paving stuff at Home Depot or their local hardware stores and the like.

They probably knew that “news” outlets like MSDNC and CNN would run the “quote” without checking it, the way they ran with “quotes” from Rush Limbaugh about slavery and James Earl Ray. Many left-wing idiots still believe she said she could see Russia from her house.

Item Number Three: By the way, hundreds of people waited all night in sub-freezing weather to gain admission to a Sarah Palin book signing event. That’s not something I would ever do, but you can be damned sure they won’t be lined up around the block for a David Brooks or Andrew Sullivan book signing.


Also, her appearance on Oprah, highest rated Oprah show in two years. Even higher than when Oprah interviewed a certain Teleprompter Reader, who is seething with jealousy right now.

Just something to poke the left with.



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2 responses to “Nobody Doesn’t Like Sarah, Lee

  1. The Doktor


    I hear you about the Leftist trolls that post on every thread on every site that talks about Governor Palin. The “Organizing For America” and other Hussein/Soros organizations have watchers on every fairly-to-hugely popular site. Then they swoop down to lay their Leftist Turds in abundance.

    Sarah Palin: The Most Dangerous Conservative In America

    She’s over the target and taking flak.

  2. Cylar

    Every Sarah Palin I post at Moonbattery gets 70-100 comments, most of them from left-wing trolls who claim they couldn’t care less about Sarah Palin.

    Most of these trolls also insist that the Democrats are “laughing” at us tea-party types for embracing this supposed “dimbulb.” They yammer on about how we should just keep on doing what we’re doing because middle America will wind up rejecting our message at the ballot box, over her.

    Gregory, as I’ve told your favorite trolls over at Moonbattery, for a bunch of people who claim to not care about Palin, much less feel threatened by her, they sure put a lot of energy into telling us that. Every day. Over and over. Again and again.

    Methinks the moonbat doth protest too much.

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