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Here is an interview from Wednesday for a radio program I've never heard of in which she says false and ridiculous things to an audience of ignorant and racist listeners.
Lying about the Founders:
"...it's a battle for the soul of the country. I remember it was our founders who dedicated this land to God and asked God to protect and bless this land. As we’ve strayed from that – it’s no wonder we have the challenges we do."
Everything about that is wrong. The only people who believe that the challenges facing the country are due to a lack of faith in God, are televangelists and people smearing their feces on the wall of a padded cell.
On why Bristol's appearance on DWTS is in response to the liberal take over of the media. (No I'm NOT joking!):
"We should not shy away from trying to have a positive impact on the rest of the country. Why let the liberals take over the media? That’s bogus. That’s why I don’t have a problem with Bristol being on ‘Dancing With the Stars’ and being on other shows. Why not let the good guys get out there and express some of their views and perhaps to have an opportunity to be a good testimony."
So for those keeping score, the children of lying hypocrites who quit their jobs halfway through, are the "good guys" and everybody else must be the "bad guys." Uh huh.
By the way, what exactly does "have an opportunity to be a good testimony" mean?
On the newest upcoming Right Wing bulk buying bestseller that she will have relatively little input with:
"The book is about protecting the heart of Christmas – it’s good tidings and great joy. It’s a fun, festive book – but it also offers some legalese on how to fight back and not allow the heart of Christmas to be taken out of America. It’s going to be a fun book because it’s about tradition –what we do in Alaska to celebrate – good recipes all mixed together in a very uplifting and optimistic inspiring book. You are empowered – you don’t have to let the politically correct push you back."
The "heart of Christmas?" Is that like Frosty the Snowman's magical hat?
Apparently for Christmas Palin is giving away bowls of methamphetamine flavored word salad.
(P.S. By the way what we in Alaska do to celebrate Christmas is essentially what all the rest of you do to celebrate Christmas. It's just a little darker outside, that's all.)
On the possibility of stopping Fundamentalists from forcefully proselytizing to young soldiers in the military:
"Our young men and women are putting their lives on the line to protect our freedoms – including the right to express our faith. I think it’s quite shameful that our government would thwart that freedom. We’re telling them to get out there and fight for the rest of us to be free but we’re going to take away your rights? That’s ridiculous."
Once again NOBODY is suggesting that somebody cannot "express" their faith. The problem is that these young men and women, who are supposedly "fighting for our freedoms," are forced to participate in prayer groups and religious activities, regardless of their own faith or lack of faith, and punished for not doing so.
I guess this freedom that Palin speaks of does not pertain to freedom for the people putting their lives in danger to protect it.
So what we learn from Palin's return to the Fox News stable is that she has only grown wilder and more unpredictable, and that if she were an actual horse, in an actual stable, she would be put out to pasture, or perhaps dispatched to make way for a newer less botoxed horse.