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Rumproast wasn’t the only blog to note that yesterday marked the anniversary of John McCain’s most damaging, cynical political act in a career notable for such degradations: Sarah Palin cult site Conservatives4Palin also noted that yesterday was the third anniversary of Snowflake Snooki’s debut speech in the blameless city of Dayton, Ohio.

One C4P operative even created the tag “Sarah Palin Day” to make a sort of official holiday of it, and the solemn event was marked there with several essays to sanctify the occasion. As an inveterate gawker at political silliness and a collector of mangled metaphors and stupefying similes, I was in hog heaven perusing the C4P offerings, which included an essay entitled “Why I’m Still Mad About 2008.” It contained this odd sentence:

Blaming Sarah Palin for blowing it in 2008, is like blaming your dog for not meowing loud enough.

Oookay then. Aside from a few grammatical quibbles, I’m not sure we can improve on that sentence, so let’s just let it stand in all its glory. The end.

Posted by Betty Cracker on 08/30/11 at 07:11 AM • Permalink

Categories: PoliticsBedwettersElection '08St. McSameNuttersSarah PalinTeabaggeryPolisnarkRelijun

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I checked the Flatulence comments posted on 8/29/08. They were already predicting a McPalin presidency and a Hillary ‘12 campaign.  And they wonder why no one takes them seriously.

Lots of dumbass comments that day, but I think this was the “best” of the bunch:

Gracie, on August 29th, 2008 at 10:40 pm Said:

My hubby woke me up this morning with the news that Palin “might” be McCain’s choice for VP. When I saw her take the stage w/her family, I realized that the Rs deliver while the Ds just talk a bunch of bull crap. I cried like a baby. She’s a smart, strong women fully capable of handling the job. I may not agree with her on every issue, but I have no doubt she will be working as an American, not a Republican, to do what’s best for this country. She’s a true unifier.


And there were also multiple posts in that thread calling Obama an “Affirmative Action” nominee/candidate.  Not that there’s anything racist about that.

Comment by JasonM on 08/30/11 at 08:54 AM

I’m really happy that Christine O’Donnell has signed on to further cheapen and cartoonize the Tea Party of America event on Saturday where Palin is expected to outline the Bull Goose Looney platform for challenging Obama in 2012.

@JasonM — Rumor has it there are still pockets of PUMA Resistance wandering the jungles of Iwo Jima, convinced that it’s still 2008 and that Sarah Palin is just Hillary Clinton with antlers.

Sarah Palin is just Hillary Clinton with antlers.


Hahahahahahahaha! That is all.

Blaming Sarah Palin for blowing it in 2008, is like blaming your dog for not meowing loud enough.

Yeah, but the female dog in question sure whistled to beat the band.

Whoopsie — looks like the Sarahnoids have pressured Tea Party of America to dump Christine O’Donnell from Saturday’s line-up.

I think the Sarahnoids kinda hope we all forget Palin endorsed the flaky former witch…

They’re even hating on Nikki Haley now.

Everyone Palin endorsed has become a treacherous backstabber who’s not really a Tea Partier. And none of them must be allowed to ruin Sarah’s Special Day in Indianola, where she will shake the foundations of modern American politics.

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