Election 2014: GOP Has Midterm Engagement Advantage
I think it’s safe to say that HuffPo’s become just as unhinged as most of the rest of the leftosphere on the issue of the VP candidacy Gov. Sarah Palin. That said, this particular blogger (who is also a famous author, apparently) was complimentary of the Governor on one level:
I realized three things tonight. For one, if you are a McCain/Palin/Bush voter, you and I do not have a difference of opinion. We have a difference in brain power. Two, she really is as ignorant as I feared. And, three, she really is kinda hot. Basically, I want to have sex with her on my Barack Obama sheets while my wife reads aloud from the Constitution. (My wife is cool with this if I promise to “first wipe off Palin’s tranny makeup.” I married well.)
The rest of his “opinion” on the Governor – and her supporters – doesn’t get any better. Basically it boils down to: She’d be a good lay, but a lousy veep. And judging by the comments section, which is up to 528 as a write this, it appears that most agree.
Gotta love those “educated” left wingers who, up until a couple of weeks ago, thought it was their duty drag conservatives – both male and female – kicking and screaming into the 21st century in terms of getting them to “understand” how a woman should be judged on her abilities and accomplishments … and not merely her looks and the very fact that she is a woman.
If hypocrisy was considered a disease, the left would easily lift its status to “epidemic.” And serious sufferers like Michael Seitzman would be immune to any attempts at a “cure.”