I posted a new photo to Facebook http://t.co/knd7zeB1pSThis was a tweet from Palin's Twitter feed.
— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) August 22, 2013
It links to this graphic:
|Speaking of licensing, did SarahPAC get Kutcher's permission to use his photo for fundraising?|
However I have to wonder if Palin took the time to read this statement carefully? And realizes that her work history has reflected the exact opposite of the values that Kutcher is espousing.?
For instance. Palin was a mediocre athlete at best, who has often inflated her dedication to hard work even while her fellow teammates have reported the exact opposite.
Palin went to AT LEAST five different colleges in order to get one degree. (A degree by the way that has never been proven to exist.) Which is not exactly an example of hard work and dedication.
She managed to get an extremely short lived job working with KTUU in Anchorage, on which she clearly did not work hard enough to expand into a career in broadcasting.
She was on the Wasilla City Counsel but is mostly remembered for wearing low cut tops and being "flirtatious" ("I’m gonna put on one of my push-up bras so I can get what I want tonight." Source)
As Wasilla Mayor, Palin delegated the actual work to her city manager, John Cramer. (Source.)
And as Governor, Palin was famously unprepared for her job, often went missing for days at a time, and seemed more focused on getting her picture taken and her name in the paper, rather than actually doing the job she was elected to do.
Work ethic? Don't make me laugh.
Today Palin takes credit for articles written by ghostwriters, makes paid public appearances based on her fading notoriety, and uses SarahAPC to grift money off the stupidest people on the planet, by pretending she might one day run for office or has some positive impact on American politics.
If Sarah Palin had half the work ethic that Ashton Kutcher is talking about, she might actually have done something positive with her life, and not simply allowed others to do all the work, while sitting back and taking all of the credit.
Palin also sent out another tweet.
Media spent more time on Obama's new $1000 dog than evil thrill kill of Chris Lane;double standard shows LSM true colors & desire to exploitThis of course is referring to the tragic shooting of a college baseball player in Oklahoma by three black youths (Correction: Two black, and one white.).
— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) August 21, 2013
My assumption is that this is an attempt to suggest that the media went crazy over the Trayvon Marrtin shooting, but in this case that they are paying more attention to the President's new dog rather than this shooting.
That seems vaguely racist to me, and is of course completely unfair.
In the Trayvon Martin case the man responsible was not arrested at first, in this case the three young men have been arrested and all three have been charged.
As for the coverage, well a quick Google search shows that it is being covered by CBS, Fox News, CNN, NBC, The Guardian, Huffington Post, and even Time Magazine, just to name a few. In fact many of the reports concern the lack of outrage over this shooting as opposed to the Zimmerman case, so I don't know where Palin gets her outrage from.
Oh that's right, Palin lives to demonstrate faux outrage over everything related to the "Lamestream" media and the President of the United States. How could I have forgotten?