Hannity and "Lego haired" Palin make a comment or two about the failed North Korean missile kerfuffle as an opportunity to attack President Obama on his foreign policy choices, but it only takes moments for them to get to the decaying fly ridden meat of the day, the Hillary Rosen statements.
Hannity, gleefully tees it up by bringing up the President's call to Sandra Fluke, the Bill Maher donation, and then asks if Palin (or Bristol) ever got a call from the President? (The label placed on this segment is "Obama's War on Women" by the way. So you just KNOW it is going to be a completely rational discussion.)
Here is Palin's response:
"Uhh never received a phone call, but I think that's again more of the inconsistencies, double standards, the D-I-V-I-S-I-V-E-N-E-S-S that IS kind of represented by President Obama and the people he surrounds himself with. Look at the class warfare that's being called. Look at what's going on today with Hillary Rosen. She, who has the ear of the President, who is advising the Democrat party, and is making such disrespectful comments about a woman who has made a very honorable choice to stay home and do the toughest job, the most important job there is, and that's raising good kids."
Of course what Palin fails to understand is that it is just THAT ability to make a choice to be a stay at home mom, which signifies how out of touch Ann Romney is with the majority of women today. In other words she has no idea what it is like to juggle work and raising children, to find good child care, or to miss important milestones in your child's life because you were working to make money to feed and clothe them.
By the way, how is it that working mothers are not ALSO doing the "toughest, most important job there is?" They are doing that as well as working to support their family.
And let me just mention that Palin did not have to go into local government to support her family.
Todd made good money on the North Slope and they did not want for much. Palin joined the Wasilla Assembly out of boredom and then she became power hungry which inspired her to make a grab for control, grinding her past friends and supporters beneath her high heeled shoes.
And while this was going on, HER children were pawned off on family friends, and any family members that she could find, to take over her obligations as their mother. Apparently the "toughest, and most important job there is" was NOT one that Sarah Palin herself took very seriously. The evidence of which we can still see unfolding every day.
Hey let's here more from the halfwit hypocrite:
"Well the comments Hillary Rosen made today certainly have awakened many Mama Grizzlies across this nation. And I know that I got a lot of e-mails today, a lot of text messages from apolitical girlfriends, some who have chosen to stay home through the years. Some for financial reasons, others...finances weren't really a factor in their choice to stay home. And the message seems to be, why is it that some on the LEFT choose to divide, to incite with comments like that, instead of just respecting women's choices and what they want to do with the choices God has given them? And let them contribute, because we all have opportunity to contribute."
I'm sorry, "Mama Grizzlies?" Is EVERY woman now co-opted by Palin to be part of her group of Furries? I am used to Palin taking things WAY out of context, but what she has done with Rosen's comments borders on libel in my opinion. NOTHING Hillary Rosen said resembles this argument of Palin's in ANY way!
Palin also clearly does not understand WHY women work either. What kind of woman chooses to stay at home for financial reasons? Women have to WORK due to financial reasons, not get to stay at home.
MY mother worked two jobs while I was growing up, and I rarely got to see her during that time. She certainly did not choose to work herself into exhaustion, she HAD to work that hard to take care of the three children my father abandoned and left up to her to care for. That was the "choice" my mother received from Palin's "God."
Palin goes on to read a supportive text "from her sister."
"'Oh wait, didn't these people slam YOU, who are the same ones slamming Ann Romney because she stayed at home with her five kids. Didn't they slam you for NOT staying at home with your five kids?' My sister goes on to say, 'It's obviously not a Mom thing their slamming, it's a conservative thing.'"
If I am not mistaken the people who questioned Palin's choice to run as VP with five children at home were from the Left AND the Right. And much of that was due to the fact that she had a four month old baby to care for at the time. (Most people did not realize that the baby was the key to her political campaign.) And again THAT has NOTHING to do with this fake controversy. Nothing!
The orgy of disinformation and attacks on President Obama go on for many more minutes, but I personally I can't take it anymore, so if you want to play the rest of the interview and provide your own take in the comments section feel free. Personally I need an antacid.
I will say that Hannity again offers Palin a chance to admit that the campaign for the GOP presidential nominee is over and that Mitt is the candidate, but she STILL cannot bring herself to do it, and instead encourages both Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich to stay in.
The woman simply CANNOT accept that the Mormon is going to represent her party. And she is not the only one within the Evangelical movement to have that prejudice, not by any means.
It's funny to me that Palin has absolutely NO problem using a fake slight against Mitt Romney's wife to launch yet another attack against the President, but simply cannot bring herself to legitimize his candidacy. Interesting don't you think?