If you must see the original insufferable rant again, (or, bless you, for the first time), there’s the whole fucking thing.


…And how fucking dare anyone out there make fun of Britney Sarah after all she has been through!

She lost her aunt VP bid,  she went through a divorce depression.  She had two four five fuckin’ kids.

Her husband turned out to be a user, loser, a cheater, oil rig monkey-snowmobile freak, and now she’s going through a custody battle a quitter.   All you people care about is making money off of her.

SHE’S A HUMAN!!  (Ahhh! ooh!)  What you don’t realize is that Britney Sarah is making you all this money and all you do is write and photoshop a bunch of crap about her.

She hasn’t performed on stage in years days.  Her song could be called, “Give Me More”  because all you people want is MORE!  MORE MORE,  MORE:  MORE! ! !

You are lucky she ever performs for you BASTARDS!!!

Perez Hilton talked about professionalism and said if Britney Sarah was a professional she would’ve pulled it off no matter what.

Speaking of professionalism, when is it professional to publicly bash someone who is going through a hard time self-induced career-death spiral??

Leave Britney Sarah Alone, Please…. !
Leave Britney Spears Sarah Palin alone!!!!   Right now!!!!   I mean it!!!!!

Anyone that has a problem with her, you deal with me;  because she is not well right now.



  1. Propagandee Propagandee

    Andrew Sullivan sees Frank Rich and raises:

    Writing about Sarah Palin always presents a quandary. Does one operate under the usual assumption that this is a rational figure, a serious politician, a rising Republican star . . . or do you acknowledge the copious evidence that she cannot tell the truth, has delusions of grandeur, has no policy record to speak of and quit her job as Alaska governor halfway through her first term because she is, in her own explanation, “not a quitter”? I think that you have to proceed under the assumption that this is a joke of a candidate and a symptom of a political party in the middle of a mental breakdown…

  2. Propagandee Propagandee

    Frank Rich begins his column today by drawing a parallel between Palin and Michael Jackson:

    SARAH PALIN and Al Sharpton don’t ordinarily have much in common, but they achieved a rare harmonic convergence at Michael Jackson’s memorial service. When Sharpton told the singer’s children it was their daddy’s adversaries, not their daddy, who were “strange,” he was channeling the pugnacious argument the Alaska governor had made the week before. There was nothing strange about her decision to quit in midterm, Palin told America. What’s strange — or “insane,” in her lingo — are the critics who dare question her erratic behavior on the national stage.

    Sharpton’s bashing of Jackson’s naysayers received the biggest ovation of the entire show. Palin’s combative resignation soliloquy, though much mocked by prognosticators of all political persuasions, has an equally vociferous and more powerful constituency. In the aftermath of her decision to drop out and cash in, Palin’s standing in the G.O.P. actually rose in the USA Today/Gallup poll. No less than 71 percent of Republicans said they would vote for her for president. That overwhelming majority isn’t just the “base” of the Republican Party that liberals and conservatives alike tend to ghettoize as a rump backwater minority. It is the party, or pretty much what remains of it in the Barack Obama era…
    The essence of Palinism is emotional, not ideological. Yes, she is of the religious right, even if she winks literally and figuratively at her own daughter’s flagrant disregard of abstinence and marriage. But family-values politics, now more devalued than the dollar by the philandering of ostentatiously Christian Republican politicians, can only take her so far. The real wave she’s riding is a loud, resonant surge of resentment and victimization that’s larger than issues like abortion and gay civil rights.

    To the wingnuts, the resentment and victimization that Palin embodies isn’t a bug, but a feature.

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