Thursday, October 30, 2008

Calling Sarah Palin a Bitch

We know the essence of political debate has changed when a piece like, "What Was I Thinking When I Called Sarah Palin a Bitch?", is considered serious political commentary around the web.

Sure, it's satire, right? Or, well, maybe not. But you be the judge:

I am surprised that some of you are up in arms about my calling Sarah Palin a bitch, or John McCain an ass or even George Bush a jackass....

New rules:

I will stop calling George Bush a jackass when he stops calling me a terrorist: Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists.

I will stop calling John McCain an ass when he stops calling Barack Obama a socialist at every dog and pony show on the Straight Talk Express tour.

I will stop calling Sarah Palin a bitch when she stops calling Obama a terrorist sympathizer. And I will stop calling Sarah Palin a bitch when she stops calling the parts of the country where I don’t live more Pro-American than the part of the country where I do live. And I will definitely stop calling Sarah Palin a bitch when she stops acting like a bitch.

I’m old enough to remember the Republican party of Barry Goldwater - when the party stood for fiscal responsibility, small government and personal freedoms. I remember when I could talk with friends about politics and just agree to disagree. And then religious nut cases decided that if you didn’t agree with them you were immoral. So they went and elected George Bush President so he could take the Republican Party from being a party full of respectable people to a party filled with asses, jackasses and yes - bitches like Sarah Palin.
Actually, I wasn't quite old enough to remember a Democratic Party that wasn't filled with ACORN shakedown artists, pro-Palestinian-academic activists, "rehabilitated" '60s-era terrorists, abortion absolutists, and terrorist-backing moral relativist netroots progressives who blame America first and openly root for the other side.

But I've talked many people who can, and they fear for this country.