At the rally on Friday, Sarah Palin proclaimed that the RepubliCon Party isn’t the party of no — “We’re the Party of Hell No!”
She derided “this BS coming from the lame-stream media” about “us common-sense conservatives kinda incitin’ violence,” but added, “We know violence isn’t the answer. When we take up our arms, we’re talkin’ about our vote.”
The Tea Party movement, Palin declared, is “a beautiful grassroots movement that is puttin’ governmint back on the side of the people. … Everybody here today supportin’ John McCain, we’re all parta that tea party movement.”
But McCain is fighting for his political life. Fending off a primary challenge from the farther right, the four-term Arizona senator is facing the toughest re-election campaign of his way too long already Senate career.
Former congressman (wtf) and conservative talk-radio host, JD Hayworth, says McCain is just too moderate for Arizona RepubliCons. He jabs his finger in the air when he points out McCain’s reputation for working with Democrats on key issues, (because that’s just like, traitor-ism), such as reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and restricting campaign donations. Urp.
So wanna test your gag reflex? Go right to 2:33 for fifty seconds worth of screechy freakin’ reverbified incomprehensible psycho-babble, or what we like to call Palin Pablum™— which is about forty-seven seconds more than I can stomach, complete with a fortuitous fucking teleprompter crash at about 3:10, which forced her to, you know, spew even more crazy. What you see here is what you’ll get. She’s got nothin’ else.
Meanwhile, no one has— as of today— put a real cross hairs on any of Palin’s targeted opponents in her alternate universe.