Every day brings us an update of crazyness from Sarah Palin. In what I would regard as one of her most disturbing interviews yet, she claims that "lonely, shallow people take pot shots at her kids". She adds that "we need to pray for these people", and also mentions "prayer warriors" helping her with protecting her kids. In addition, she claims that the liberal media attacks her because of her faith.
The clip also contains even more footage of Trig being used as a prop:
When did anyone ever take a "pot shot" at her kids?
So what would a prayer for her opponents look like? Hopefully not like the "Obama Psalm 109:8 prayer" which has become fashionable of late...
The only reason that her kids have became well-known in public is because Sarah drags them out there at every given opportunity. She uses them as a shield, as seen on Barbara Walters recently.
Sarah Palin seems unaffected by the criticism that her "book of lies" has drawn. But then, this is not surprising as Sarah Palin most likely has a narcissistic personality disorder, which would explain her irrational and self-destructive behaviour.
It is interesting to see that in this interview, Palin also takes a succinct "passive-aggressive" stance.
About passive-aggressive people:
Blaming: They are never responsible for their actions. If you aren't to blame then it is something that happened at work, the traffic on the way home or the slow clerk at the convenience store. The passive aggressive has no faults, it is everyone around him/her who has faults and they must be punished for those faults.
Victimization: The passive aggressive feels they are treated unfairly. If you get upset because he or she is constantly late, they take offense because; in their mind, it was someone else's fault that they were late. He/she is always the innocent victim of your unreasonable expectations, an over-bearing boss or that slow clerk at the convenience store.
So here we have woman who has included more lies in her book than most people ever get to hear in a life-time, who has faked her pregnancy and at the same time uses this child as a prop and who has all kind of other skeletons in her closet which now slowly come to light - and all she continues to do is attack other people?
This new "shallow and lonely" quote also reminds me of the fact that Sarah Palin had said in "Going Rogue" that Katie Couric had a "low self-esteem" (which Sarah Palin in the book mentions as a direct quote of Nicolle Wallace, who has stated that these conversations were fabricated) and that Sarah Palin "felt sorry" for Katie Couric.
The trainwreck will contine...it's painful to watch.
Ultra dimwit right-winger Mark Levin has interviewed Sarah Palin and put up the audio on the internet - more insanity from Sarah "the bitch" Palin. She wants the economy to "roar", how amazing is that. According to Palin, the "Obama campaign" and the "DNC" made "opposition research" in Alaska during the campaign, which is her new catchphrase. Be prepared to hear it very, very often from now on...
Apart from that, she repeats the lie that the State of Alaska had to spend "millions" of dollars because of the ethics complaints, and that she was forced to hire a private lawyer for which she had to pay, costing her $ 500,000, according to Sarah in the interview. However, it was her own choice to hire a private attorney at her own cost because the state actually pays for the defense of the governor in ethics violation charges.
As our reader EyeOnYou once stated: The reason Palin hired a private lawyer is that if she had someone in the AG’s office defend her then it would be part of the public record and disclosable under the FOIA and or the public records request. With a private attorney everything can remain confidential.
More lunacy from the "Quitter Queen", talking to another ultra dimwit right-winger: Now the "opposition researchers" wanted to "destroy her administration." It is clear that Sarah wants to run for President in 2012, she barely conceals it.
Huffington Post reports:
Yet another passage from Sarah Palin's "Going Rogue" has been called into question. This time it's her account of the lawsuit against Exxon over the 1989 Valdez disaster. Alaskan experts who were involved in the case say that she's distorted her role.
"It took years for Alaska to achieve victory. As governor, I directed our attorney general to write an amicus brief in the case, and, thanks to Alaska's able attorneys arguing in front of the highest court in the land, in 2008 the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the people," Palin wrote. "Finally, Alaskans could recover some of their losses."
In fact, as Palin herself acknowledged at the time, the decision was a disappointment.
The ruling reduced punitive damages for victims from $2.5 billion to $500 million. Environmentalists and plaintiffs' lawyers decried the ruling as a slap at the victims and Palin herself said she was "extremely disappointed."
Meanwhile, one of the lawyers involved says Palin played no part in the case.
"That is the most cockamamie bullshit," said Dave Oesting of Anchorage, the lead plaintiff attorney in the private litigants' civil case against Exxon. "She didn't have a damn thing to do with it, and she didn't know what it was about."
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