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The Adventures of All Things Sarah Continues….

Former McCain campaign aide Steve Schmidt goes Gestalt on former VP candidate Sarah Palin.

Conclusion?  That bitch is crazy.

There were numerous instances that she said things that were – that were not accurate that ultimately, the campaign had to deal with.  And that opened the door to criticism that she was being untruthful and inaccurate. And I think that is something that continues to this day.”

Big ol’ fibber problem and more.

Stuff like, the TrooperGate.  Sarah claimed the report exonerated her completely when the exact opposite was true.  Stuff like, hubby Todd belonging to the Alaska Independence Party (secessionist oriented) for seven years.  Sarah wanted the campaign to put out a statement that the fact was false.

She refused to study for the VP debate.  She called then Senator Biden “Joe” because every time she tried to say his name it came out “O’Biden.”

The New York Times supports Schmidt’s story in their review of the book, “Game Change.” Staffers told authors, John Heilemann and Mark Halperin, that they believed in the possibility that Palin was “mentally unstable.”

Ya think?  Damn those dents in the princess crown.

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12 thoughts on “Oh, “Rogue” is Alaska Talk for Mental

  1. And yet, as far as I know, to this day, nobody from the McCain campaign has stepped up, raised their hand, and said, “She was my idea.” THAT person is the real moron. Having said that, though, one would assume that the governor of a state at least meets the threshold for mental stability, so I can see how they were surprised on that score. I still say this was identity politics at its worst. They wanted a woman to woo disgruntled Hillary supporters; they wanted “younger” to compete with Obama’s youth; she met their qualifications.

    • Yeah, I’d wanna be that person just a little less than I’d wanna be the one who misspelled the cockbomber’s name and enabled the airline security breach Christmas day.

  2. None of this is really news; what’s news is that it’s on the news. Or rather, a respected news program like 60 Minutes that lends gravitas (or as they said on Rumpole of the Bailey, “bottom”) to the statements.

    Also too, apparently Fox News just signed Mooseburgers up for a gajillion dollars for something or other.

    http://andrewsullivan.theatlantic.com/the_daily_dish/2010/01/the-palinailes-merger.html

    She’s about as qualified to lead a nation or a state or a department of sanitation as *any other below-average IQ failed beauty pageant contestant* which is what she is. Add to that a background in wacky religious indoctrination and a petty mean streak a mile wide, and you got the next GOP candidate for whatever.

    On the up side, the more she talks, the more obvious an idiot grifter she reveals herself.

  3. Yeah, Fox … no way we all say THAT one a mile away shootin’ air-pistols and screamin’ YOU BETCHA from a megaphone first thing in the morning.

    Nope.
    Total surprise.

  4. finally, the schmidt has hit the fan. i hope more capt underpants insiders spill the dirt on princess sarah. have you noticed that she won’t confront any of them? she just has a spokesperson deny what they say or tweets something nasty about them. she never wants to discuss the facts.

  5. Sarah Palin is the gift that keeps on giving. I do not think she will ever escape basing her foreign policy experience on the fact that she can see Russia from land in Alaska.
    I can see Mt. Baldy from my bedroom window, but that doesn’t make me a fucking mountain climber. Listening to Palin speak reminds me of Boomhauer from King of The Hill.

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