Oooh, burn!

Friday, February 19th, 2010 @ 12:37 am | Clueless Conservatives

Sarah Palin’s comical quest to attack anybody who seems liberal making retard jokes (but not Republicans like Rush Limbaugh) is some serious weak sauce:

My name is Andrea Fay Friedman. I was born with Down syndrome. I played the role of Ellen on the “Extra Large Medium” episode of Family Guy that was broadcast on Valentine’s day. Although they gave me red hair on the show, I am really a blonde. I also wore a red wig for my role in ” Smudge” but I was a blonde in “Life Goes On”. I guess former Governor Palin does not have a sense of humor. I thought the line “I am the daughter of the former governor of Alaska” was very funny. I think the word is “sarcasm”.

In my family we think laughing is good. My parents raised me to have a sense of humor and to live a normal life. My mother did not carry me around under her arm like a loaf of French bread the way former Governor Palin carries her son Trig around looking for sympathy and votes.


-Ms. Friedman

See, liberals understand that even people with Down’s Syndrome are smarter than Sarah Palin. Sarah has always used Trig as a political prop and this is nothing more than profitable concern-trolling from her. And it takes a special kind of retard not to see that: A Republican.

-hw

4 Responses to “Oooh, burn!”

  1. mike g Says:

    I don’t understand why she feels compelled to respond to every single perceived slight against regardless of who it’s from or how minor it may be. Is this what a Palin presidency would look like? Daily bickering with cartoonists and comedians?

  2. Philip Nolan Says:

    I think “both sides” of the political realm have a lot of growing up to do in regards to taking matters in context – NOT just Sarah Palin. Agreed she needs to ease up – but when grown men make jokes about pro athletes “doing” teenage girls (David Letterman – A-Rod – the governor’s daughter) – again they need to grow up.
    As for a Palin Presidency – who knows? It certainly would be more fiscally responsible in compared to the financial abyss Washington is spending us into at present – at that would be “BO” and the Dems in charge….we independents keep growing because both sides of the political spectrum – “don’t get it”…

  3. mike Says:

    What makes you so certain that a Palin presidency would be fiscally responsible? Because she says so? Her idea for balancing the budget rests on the assumption that cutting taxes solves all problems. I’d think that eight years of Bush would have demonstrated the foolhardiness of that mindset.

  4. Henry Whistler Says:

    Mr. Nolan, you’ve jumped to some mighty big conclusions about the deficit and spending, with nothing to back it up. Mrs. Palin required McCain’s aides to teach her most of what happened in the 20th century and she still doesn’t seem better off for it.

    What you and her fail to understand is that Bush policies, including his tax cuts and unfunded wars, as well as the collapsing economy, left President Obama with a built-in deficit. All you can pin on him is the stimulus bill, which has been credited with creating growth and saving jobs, and which still has lots of good left to do. PLUS it was one-third tax cuts.

    And don’t forget, Mrs. Palin ran Wasilla’s debt up exponentially during her time as mayor, and couldn’t hack being governor due to multiple ethics charges and the allure of fame and riches. Claiming she has any understanding of how to be fiscally responsible or any competence in leadership is simply unfounded.

    Calling yourself “independent” doesn’t make you smarter than anybody, fella. Step it up a bit.