The most insipid criticism of Sarah Palin’s latest incoherent screed

Addressing Palin on “Hardball” tonight, literalist-for-hire David Brock said, “Much of your message centered — like the Tea Party moniker itself — on imagery of armed revolution.” I was glad to see Chris Matthews sternly correct Brock, reminding him the Boston Tea Party was not an armed conflict. Brock whined in response, “But that doesn’t … Continue reading The most insipid criticism of Sarah Palin’s latest incoherent screed

Sarah Palin’s latest incoherent screed, at its most insipid

“We know violence isn’t the answer. When we ‘take up our arms’, we’re talking about our vote.” I’ve never heard that metaphor before. Usually when people talk about voting they say, “let’s talk about voting.” Not “lock and load.” That said, Sarah Palin isn’t guilty of anything but stupidity, and the usual self-righteous vanity.

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If crimes “begin and end with the criminals who commit them,” I think Sarah Palin just endorsed a mosque near Ground Zero. about 5 hours ago via Echofon Retweeted by 100+ people gknauss Greg Knauss

Sarah Plain and Self-Pitying

Sarah Palin never misses a chance to play the victim. Josh Marshall summed up the reality show star’s response to the Arizona shooting best: “Today has been set aside to honor the victims of the Tucson massacre. And Sarah Palin has apparently decided she’s one of them.”