Blue Texan on FireDogLake makes a hilarious point about Sarah Palin’s facebook updates: that they cannot have been written by her. How do we know this? Easy – just compare her normal rambling nonsense with the eloquent prose posted on the social networking site:
The latest update from the ‘Cuda begins:
Twenty years ago, the ultimate symbol
of the division between freedom and tyranny was torn down. The Berlin
Wall was constructed for one purpose: to prevent the escape of East
Germans to the freedom of the West. The Wall’s cold, gray
façade was a stark reminder of the economic and political way of life
across the Soviet Union’s sphere of influence in Eastern Europe.
I’m sorry, but 1,000 Sarah Palin clones chained to 1,000 typewriters
would not produce a sentence like that in 100,000 years. Let alone
include the cedilla in “facade.” Let alone use the word “facade.”
Need proof? Here’s the ‘Cuda speaking at an anti-choice event last Friday (h/t TS).
In order to save government money,
government health care has to be rationed… [so] than this elderly
person that perhaps could be seen as costing taxpayers to pay for a
non-productive life? Do you think our elderly will be first in line for
limited health care?
Ben Cohen is the editor and founder of The Daily Banter. He lives in Washington DC where he does podcasts, teaches Martial Arts, and tries to be a good father. He would be extremely disturbed if you took him too seriously.