Palin to Obama: If you care about women, your SuperPac should return Maher’s $million

Posted by: ST on March 6, 2012 at 5:08 pm

From Palin’s Facebook page:

Pres. Obama says he called Sandra Fluke because of his daughters. For the sake of everyone’s daughter, why doesn’t his super PAC return the $1 million he got from a rabid misogynist?

Zing!

(Daily Caller link added by me)

Via @KatMcKinley

5:35 PM: Title of blog post slightly altered. – ST

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8 Responses to “Palin to Obama: If you care about women, your SuperPac should return Maher’s $million”

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  1. Carlos says:

    All one will ever hear from the WH is the meaningless white noise that has done so much to divide our country, remove personal responsibility from all but the Wall Street bankers that are favorites of Dear Leader and destroy our moral compass. No bringing together, no civil discourse, and certainly no “reaching out” to those he disagrees with – you know, the ones he call “the enemy.”

  2. Phineas says:

    See? That’s one thing I like about Sarah: Unafraid to call BS on the powerful.

  3. Carlos says:

    What would make Palin or anyone else think Duh-1 would care about women in general or a woman in specific? He’s not a woman, therefore the only time that will cross his mind is if it will help him either get more money (personal or political) or get him more votes.

    My vote in this latest case is he thinks his call will get him more votes from the feminazis.

    (And notice I only said he’s not a woman. I didn’t comment on whether I personally think he’s a “girlie-man.”)

  4. Sefton says:

    Sarah’s right of course, but she should’ve also tagged on that this is the same SuperPAC money that Obama called “a threat to our democracy” in 2010. He was against SuperPAC money before he was for it.

  5. Morgan Michaels says:

    >:/

    (%)

    b-(

  6. Ken66 says:

    Here here Sarah Palin!

  7. Kate says:

    This is too simple for the leftist to understand. They have troube with connect-a-dot books, too.

  8. Liz says:

    If it’s not about them, it has nothing to do with them, and they do not compute the irony!