I really don’t have much to say, but first let it be known, I don’t like Sarah “I’m entitled to the presidency” Palin.
Real talk, I just need to vent on this one.
I don’t have deep analysis on this one, but that interview just rubbed me the ENTIRE wrong way. I mean, aside from her accent that has officially irked the crap out of me, it was the incessant “Charlie” everytime she wanted to drive a point home making her sound like an extra in the equally northern and diametrically opposed to urban life movie “Fargo” that somehow made it in the top 100 movies of all time.
But aside from me picturing her as Frances McDormand’s character as the sheriff in that movie, I just realised that she was really channeling her inner Hillary “I have first dibs on the presidency” Clinton. From the first interview on Thursday night, and she let the watching public know that she “didn’t blink” when she got the call concerning the vice presidency, immediately something didn’t sit right with me. I didn’t figure out what it was until I saw her make the distasteful comment about Obama perhaps, regretting that he didn’t pick Clinton.
Aside from her stumbles on the Bush Doctrine which after talking with some friends, made me rethink my agreement with David Gergen on CNN because if she’s supposed to be the next in line then I’ma say she needs to know about the Bush Doctrine even if the rest of us don’t know it. Clearly she didn’t know what it was, but I don’t think that was any more of a sandbagging attempt than what happens with Democrats and other liberals somehow get pulled into the gravitational pull that is Hannity and Colmes.
But what really didn it for me was the level of incredulousness with which she spoke. That signaled to me that she felt she was entitled to this position–much the same way Hillary came off during the primaries. Some Republican strategist was on Larry “I still look good wearing suspenders” King last night and he just went on saying how no one treated Obama this way 18 months ago when he was fresh out the gate.
Oh em gee….I had so many problems with that statement.
Eighteen months ago, people could at least point to the 2004 Democratic National Convention keynote address I gave and I remember watching “The View” the next day and hearing the then slimming down Star “I look a hawt mess now” Jones actually say “He’s going to be the next president in 2008.” As for Yukon Barbie we have a small town to point to–Lenox Mall is more crowded than that on the weekends!
It just struck me that she suffers from WWS or more commonly known as White Woman Syndrome.
It’s more common than ABWS or Angry Black Woman Syndrome and it’s symptoms are more commonly accepted in larger society. This disease is mostly characterised by the sense of entitlement, some psychiatrists may even call it delusions of grandeur which is also symptomatic of other illnesses. But that’s for another post.
I think I’d better be able to deal with this heffa if she wasn’t so damn sanctimonious about the whole thing. I mean her and the Republican operatives have officially made this race between Barack Obama and Palin. Poor Joe Biden and his mullet aren’t getting any attention.
Then Yukon Girl has decided to make herself even more uncredible by doing an interview with Sean “I still have just a high school DIPLOMA” Hannity next week sometime. I mean it’s one thing to go on FoxNews, but at least go with a real interviewer like Bill-O. I mean I’d find Obama going on Keith Olbermann or Chris Matthews no more of a credible interview for those parties interested if I was going to be fair.
I’m just gonna daydream about that great coronation…
Do you think I’m on point in my analysis of Yukon Girl, or am I just that clouded by the fact that she’s unqualified and I have to find other reasons to not like her? Do you plan on watching the tiptoe through the tulips interview that Hannity will be sure to give her next week? Anywho, leave your comments.
Keep it uppity and keep it truthfully radical, JLL