Sarah Palin’s Comments Surprise People Still Listening to Her

Sarah Palin

In a recent meeting of the National Rifle Association (NRA), reality show star in her own reality Sarah Palin said that if she was in charge, “waterboarding would be how we baptize terrorists”.  This comment surprised many people who are actually still listening to her.

“Even for her, it’s pretty strong stuff,” said one political journalist, “but if you’re still amazed by what comes out of Sarah Palin’s mouth, that’s an even bigger problem.”

Sarah Palin also warned people at an event for Senate candidate Joni Ernst to not be fooled by the deceptive charm of President Obama. “He’s a wolf in cheap clothing,” she said.  “And from the signing of the Declaration of Codependence, which granted equal rights to slaves, to the Russians’ bombing of Pearl Harbor, I believe the Republican Party will rise once again, and find its place in the anals of American history!”

The ten people who attended cheered at her words.  Said one attendee, “if I ever had to think for myself, I would have never experienced this incredible woman!  Common sense be damned!”

Many news outlets refused to report on her recent inflammatory speech.  “We have far better and more relevant things to report on,” said one reporter.  “She’s the Miley Cyrus of politics.”

Palin stands by her comments, and also that she will continue to be a contributor to what she says is the last bastion of truth, Fox News.  

“After all, they’ve been around for at least two hundred years! They just weren’t on television before it was invented.”

By clavius42

One comment on “Sarah Palin’s Comments Surprise People Still Listening to Her

  1. Wow, just ran across your post. I wrote a book, Bring It, that includes a waterboarding scene specifically to show torture for what it is. Several fans have said that scene changed their minds about the debate. Anyone who thinks waterboarding is acceptable should read Ali Soufan’s book (FBI terrorist interrogator) Black Banners. Mr. Soufan proves how counterproductive it was.

    Peace, Seeley

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