Courtesy of Raw Story:
During an interview on CNN, host Michael Smerconish noted that Palin’s latest Christian devotional book was very political.
“Real world stuff, yep,” Palin agreed. “It’s really important that people of faith, atheists, anybody who would be looking for answers today, the best place to go to look for answers that deal with personal problems and political problems that our world, certainly that our nation is facing, it’s already spelled out for us — the answers — in the Old and the New Testaments.”
I'm sorry. So people who do NOT believe in a god nor have faith in the Christian religion should look for the answers to "real world stuff" in the Bible?
Is it possible that Sarah Palin has no idea what defines an "Atheist?"
What am I saying, of course that's possible.
However that does not keep Palin from reviling us as revealed by her response to Smerconish's next question, "Could Sarah Palin vote for an Atheist?"
“Oof, gosh,” Palin stuttered at the idea of voting for an atheist. “If it all came down to that versus someone who believed in a religion that was hell-bent on destroying those who didn’t agree with their religion, who would literally want to kill those, the infidels who would not say, ‘Okay, I would go along with you,’ then I would.”
“Which means, anybody who is sympathetic to what’s going on today with Muslims terrorists, who would crucify children and behead women and stop at nothing to try to destroy us and Israel and our allies, I’d choose an atheist over that!”
Smerconish then boiled that down to, “Okay, you’re voting for an atheist over an ISIS supporter.”
To which Palin essentially agreed but expressed displeasure that he "made it too simple."
So Sarah Palin MIGHT vote for an Atheist IF their opponent were a Daesh member or sympathizer.
Now see THAT'S why she never gets invited to my Saturnalia parties.