Sarah Palin Complains About Invasion Of Her Privacy…On Her Reality Show

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Comedy, Palin, Video

She’s the gift that keeps on giving.

Please oh please oh please run for President.


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35 Responses to “Sarah Palin Complains About Invasion Of Her Privacy…On Her Reality Show”

  1. Alistair Says:

    Justin:

    I believe that it’s time for the National Media to move beyond this woman. She was basically rejected by her own state of Alaska when Joe Miller lost to write-in and arch arrival Lisa Murkowski.

  2. Tully Says:

    In the words of Larry the Cable Guy, now I don’t care who you are, that there’s funny.

    Next up! Snooki Polizzi whines about paparazzi.

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  4. Justin Gardner Says:

    Alistair…if only. If only.

    Tully, the words just sort of tumble right out of that gosh darn tootin mouth of hers. At one point I really didn’t like McCain for unleashing her on us, but now I’m rethinking that. Obviously for no good reason, but still…

  5. Joe Average Says:

    You write that it’s time that the national media move beyond from this women, yet you still keep on writing about her!!?? So which way do you want it? There’s only one, only one, reason that the left smears her to no end and that is she’s one of the greatest threats to the liberal agenda, and she gets results. Unfortunately, a majority of the population is shifting away from the left in droves as shown this past week. Sound like you’re a sore looser from this weeks elections if you ask me, but hey, I’m just sayin’. You still have 2 more years of that superstar of a president.

  6. Chris Says:

    Joe, a dummy is the greatest threats to the liberal agenda? I would believe that if she knew even how to define liberal.

    No, she is a great threat to willfully ignorant americans though.

  7. Alistair Says:

    Joe, Liberals would love for this woman to win the GOP nomination because just like what happen to Christine O’Donnell she too would lose by double digits.

  8. gerryf Says:

    Alistair

    To quote the famed philosopher

    K: A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals and you know it.

    Never underestimate the voting public’s capacity to vote against their own self interest or be willfully ignorent.

    Millions believe that Obama’s trip abroad will cost $200 million a day.

    Almost 320,000 people voted for Sharron Angle, a candidate who steadfastly refused to answer questions about where she stands on any issues until after she is elected.

    More than 125,000 people voted for Christine O’Donnell, a witch who turned me into a newt! (I got better).

    Tens of Thousands of people complain that “Obamacare” is socialized medicone, while at the same time demanding government keep its hands off their medicare.

    Hundreds of thousands think that Obama and Clinton are responsible for all of the 13.7 trillion dollar federal debt, that Regan, Bush and Bush shrank government.

    Let’s not wish for Palin to be on the ballot. If there is even a scintilla of a chance she could elected, that chance is too great. Addiitionally, the other countries will all laugh at us (strike that–they are already).

    Let’s face it folks, The US jumped the shark when it elected Bush II….no one takes us seriously anymore.

  9. bubbaquimby Says:

    Almost 360,000 voted for Alvin Greene. Stupidity is not a right or left virtue.

  10. kranky kritter Says:

    Someone once said that a lie is halfway around the world before the truth can lace up its sneakers. And that was before the internet.

    It’s a troublesome phenomenon, but it doesn’t see to be restricted to any particular ideology or partisan viewpoint.

    Let’s not wish for Palin to be on the ballot. If there is even a scintilla of a chance she could elected, that chance is too great.

    I don’t believe that SP is going to even run, because she is not so clueless as to believe she can win. She has carved out a really nice gig as a cheerleader who does color commentary about the game. Understanding some parts of the game is quite different from believing you could pad up and play.

    I absolutely refuse to be afraid of Sara Palin, or to buy into the growing meme that smart educated people should fear and deride those they have foolishly deemed to be ignorant and irredeemably without insight. It is always unfortunate when any group of Americans is misinformed by unscrupulous opportunists. But I know and trust enough in everyday people to be sure that most folks who have been misinformed are not incorrigible.

    In fact, most Americans respond to sense and a full presentation of real facts when treated as honest, worthwhile people who care about their country and who have insights of their own to share.

    There are indeed some folks (on both wings, btw) who are incorrigibly wedded to a set of bogus facts that reinforces their kooky. idiosyncratic, bitter view of world as a place where they have failed due mostly to the sins of others. Such folks are a small minority. They won’t respond to derision, although they may respond to meds and counseling and a swim in fresh water.

    Millions believe that Obama’s trip abroad will cost $200 million a day.

    Right. Millions of people have been repeating something presented as fact, because they lack familiarity with the details and because they haven’t been exposed to better information in way that makes them trust it.

    Many liberals are gobbling this up for the wrong reasons. Missing the opportunity to better understand, they use this fact to reinforce the “ignorant heartlanders” meme.

    Did you know that millions of ignorant Americans don’t know the difference between hay and straw?

    Addiitionally, the other countries will all laugh at us (strike that–they are already).

    I don’t really give a shIt what most other countries might think about us unless I think they’ve actually, you know, got a point. At least 3/4 of anti-American sentiment can be chalked up to Wilt Chamberlain’s famous line: “Nobody roots for Goliath.” There isn’t a nation on Earth which responds in a collegial fashion when some other country tries to tell them what’s wrong with it. The only way in which America is exceptional in this matter is that we have such a large fraction of our populace which regularly sympathizes with such critics. Not that there’s anything wrong with that per se, just sayin.

  11. gerryf Says:

    Are you implying I am lying about something? If so, what? If not, what the heck are you talking about?

    Missing the opporuntity to better understand? Understand what exactly?

    I tire of your posts trying to paint a false equivalency between the left and right.

    There simply is no comparison between the left and right anymore and an honest observer would admit it instead of painting him or herself as some sort of arbitrar of all that is sensible.

    It matters that these people are bat crap crazy. These bat crap crazy people drove the bus we were all riding in over a cliff two years ago and you seem to think that it doesn’t matter who gets the keys now. It matters.

    It matters that A LOT of willfully ignorent people are going out and pulling levers in voting booths and demanding idiotic, often contradictory and often dangerous things. It matters that they are voting for bat crap crazy people like Angle, O’Donnell, Bachmann, Paul, Harris, Raese, McMahon…and these people were or are supported by thousands of people. There is simply no comparison on the left.

    Even Dennis Kucinich at his loopiest don’t approach these people…

    It is not a meme that smart educated people should fear these clueless voters and it is not deriding those who are willfully ignorent. They deserve our derision. Calling them ignorent is not wrong when the evidence is clear.

    It’s wonderful that you are trust enough in everyday people to be sure that most folks who have been misinformed are not incorrigible–but this last election shows you are an incorrigible optimist.

    This argument that the left and right are dominated by fringe and that most people are in the center and water will find it’s own level is nonsense.

    This week has been a laugher. It begins with Boehner, McConnel and Cantor screaming they won’t compromise and then the “media” saying Obama needs to come to the center and compromize.

    Hello. Is anyone paying attention? Don’t give me that he was never willing to compromise. He extended a hand, the right slapped it, and then said Obama didn’t want to compromise.

    Republicans keep staking out a positiion that is further and further right and insist that the left needs to compromise and meet it in the middle–but it’s not the middle anymore.

    I know, I used to be in the middle.

    It’s why divided government is a sham in 2010. Divided Government assumes that the two sides can reach across the aisle to accomplish something. You won’t see any “conservatives” reaching across the aisle because that would be political suicide. Did you see what happened to “moderate republicans” in the past 6 months? Are you seeing what is happening now?

  12. Alistair Says:

    gerryf

    And there’s a more to this mid-term election story on why we are seeing this, it’s because that the economic condition that we’re in at this moment is similar to the Reconstruction period and while not all Tea Party movement don’t hold any racist views, some of like the Sharon Angle, Tom Tancredo towards Mexican Immigrants and Ken Buck on Gays & Lesbians, is reminiscent of 1877, when post emancipation Reconstruction ended and Jim Crow began.

    The victory of the Tea Party is actually the result of our apathy and disorganization. In the end, they stayed on message and organized themselves accordingly. The same economic conditions that existed in the post Civil war America exist today. The same social and political climate hovers over this country. When you’re disorganized and combative to one another then this where you end up having organized hate. from Fox News like Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, Sarah Palin & Rush Limbaugh can play to the ignorance and fears.

  13. Chris Says:

    KK, I know many people, namely in-laws, who can be presented with the facts that they are voting against their best interests over and over and over again. You can turn it into visuals, charts, graphs, tables of numbers.

    It doesn’t matter, they’ll always vote for republicans who don’t represent them better than the democrats would.

    And these people are above average intelligence as well. You put far too much faith in humanity.

  14. bubbaquimby Says:

    Well glad Alistair decided to pull out the old tin foil hat to discredit gerryf’s post.

    Also Kuncinch is batshit crazy, he believes he saw a UFO. Also Rangel spends most of Congress this last year defending breaking ethics violations and that it was a possible plot against him. Grayson is a fucking nutjob and I am glad he lost. Cynthia Mckinney, was sure good for a laugh.

    When Pelosi and Reed came in 2006 they made sure not to work with Bush especially on Social Security. They knew they were going to win in 08 and Bush was a lame duck. Not compromising is what politicians do now.

    The problem gerryf and others like Jim, Alistair, is that because they can’t stand religious people and hate all the social conservative stuff they conjure up crazy fantasies of a theocracy or return to Jim Crow America. It’s batshit crazy and most of the social con stuff is just rhetoric.

    Where I will agree with you gerrryf is that at the state and local levels there are more politicians who do believe in all of it. The big problem with the left and the media for the House crazies is the focus on people like O’Donnell who never had a snow balls chance of winning. But she sure was entertaining for them. It’s the same reason they focus on Palin, she is smart enough to realize that she makes money by having her name as a possible candidate. As soon as she says she won’t run, than the gravy train is over. I think she made $20 million the last two years, thinks she wants that to end yet? She make the media think she is running to the very end.

    The reason we can’t have sane, smart rhetoric is that people want contradictory things, they want low taxes, social entitlements and no debt. Neither party can break it to Americans that you can’t have all of it and so here were are. Two parties that are full of shit. One may have more crazy rhetoric but the end results are the same.

    Low taxes, more spending, and massive debt. Oh plus continued wars and more executive powers. Welcome to the funhouse.

  15. kranky kritter Says:

    I know many people, namely in-laws, who can be presented with the facts that they are voting against their best interests over and over and over again.

    Maybe you’re putting too much faith in your own ability to stick to legitimate fact-based arguments while listening to and giving credit to the perceptions and points of others. In my post above, I said when treated as honest, worthwhile people who care about their country and who have insights of their own to share for a reason.

    I mean, jeezum crowe, consider what you said above:

    It doesn’t matter, they’ll always vote for republicans who don’t represent them better than the democrats would.

    And yet somehow, they all feel comfortable that those folks DO represent them better. You think that you know what’s best for your in-laws better than they do themselves. I wonder how they can stand you. :-)

    Look, I don’t know your in-laws. Maybe they ARE nitwits. I can’t revise my opinions based on your anecdotal claim. I can only go by what I see. And I explicitly wasn’t talking about political opinions. I was talking about facts, like the ones on the list that started this. My experience is that when it comes to objective verifiable facts, most folks are open to correction when it’s right there. For example, the vast majority of conservatives have been forthright in dismissing questions about Obama’s place of birth. For most folks, it was little more than a matter of thinking the game started at 4, seeing it on TV at 130, and realizing they were wrong. The very nature of facts is that people seldom dispute them. If there’s a dispute, that’s a signal that there’smore to it than that.

    And look, you can look at the birther imbroglio and decide to focus on the remaining kooks who have stuck to their guns, or you can compare that small fraction of dead-enders to the whole population of Americans, composed overwhelmingly of folks who let it go when the facts emerged. That choice is everyone’s individual mileage. Could you search the web and find hundreds of kooky birthers keeping the flame alive? Sure. So get a total count of them, and compare that number to the total US population. And then, for chrissakes, be consoled.

    You put far too much faith in humanity.

    I feel like I take my measure of humanity every day, and that I try to be realistic. I believe it’s crucial to stay aware of the line between skepticism and cynicism, and skirt cynicism at all costs. For me, my bottom line is to have faith in reason. Not as perfect, but as having utility.

    I can’t for the life of me imagine why anyone who has abandoned that faith would bother visiting this blog.

  16. kranky kritter Says:

    Gerry, your rant underscores how terrified and confused you are by everyone who doesn’t think just like you. Clearly, it really chaps your ass that even though you are so smart and so right, so many Americans are just too rock-stupid to agree with you.

    It is not a meme that smart educated people should fear these clueless voters and it is not deriding those who are willfully ignorent. They deserve our derision. Calling them ignorent is not wrong when the evidence is clear.

    Well, OK. Good luck with derision. I really mean it in all honesty. Please keep me apprised of how much progress you make with it. I’ll be eager to hear. Your next story about the effectiveness of derision in getting people to see thing your way will be my first one. So do take notes and collect data.

    It’s wonderful that you are trust enough in everyday people to be sure that most folks who have been misinformed are not incorrigible–but this last election shows you are an incorrigible optimist.

    I am always amused to be called an optimist by someone who doesn’t know me very well. None of my friends believes this. But you are right that I am incorrigible when it comes to my faith in reason. Just as democracy is the worst form of government except all others, reason is the worst tool for thinking and deciding except all others.

    This argument that the left and right are dominated by fringe and that most people are in the center and water will find it’s own level is nonsense.

    I don’t really quite understand all that you’re trying to say here, especially the part about the water. But yeah, I don’t believe that most Americans are kooks. Most Americans have sociopolitical views that fall between the fringes. That’s why they are, umm, fringes. There is somewhat more consensus and tolerance for variance among everyday folks than is portrayed in the media and by the circus that is our two-party system. And there is plenty of data to support that.

    I’d suggest you read John Avlon’s book, but it’s clear you’ve already made up your mind. You are 100% convinced that Most Americans are clueless and should be feared and derided by you and the rest of the “smart” people. You’ve explicitly stated it.

    Clearly, you’re in a lot of pain. Leave me your address and I’ll mail you some Blistex ass-chap cream. You know, as a solid between friends. My treat.

  17. gerryf Says:

    I don’t believe that most Americans are kooks. I believe that most Americans wake up every two years, wander to the polls, and pull the lever for a group that doesn’t represent them in the slightest.

    I believe that many Americans think, “Well, I think I am conservative in that I want the government to live within their means and practice limited government but I am too lazy to actually look at the facts or bother to look through the cacophoney created by a right wing noise box.”

    PT Barnum said their is a sucker born every minute, but he was an optimist.

    And I believe that for a guy who seems to look down his nose at people for derision of others, you need to take a look in the mirror.

  18. kranky kritter Says:

    Gerry. I am not going to become cynical about the rest of my fellow countrymen just because you are certain I should be.

    I really do try not to be derisive. But your ass is so clearly chapped, and you are so combative about your own rightness and sureness, that I couldn’t resist. You should’ve see what I deleted despite knowing you deserved it.

    Maybe that’s all MY bad. But you truly need to look within, at what you’ve said here. You won’t of course. You can’t. It’s always everybody else.

    I won’t bother repeating again all the awful, mean spirited condescending things you’ve said about other Americans. All as the result of the plain fact than many Americans don’t see the world as you do.

    At least you have gone as far as trying to acknowledge that the 2010 results have come about because a majority of voters, as lazy and ignorant and useless as they may be, want the government to spend within its means.

    But for you the sad coda is certain to be this: even if Republicans manage to begin the task of curbing deficit spending, you will have nothing but bad things to say about it. I could bet my house on it and win another, if I could find a fool to take book.

  19. Chris Says:

    Kranky the same could be said about your know-it-all attitude. But you’re blind adherence to the “middle” keeps you from seeing reality.

  20. Renie Says:

    I’m not a religious person but thank God for giving us Sarah Palin. She makes the right wings look nuttier and nuttier. Let her keep talking away with her nonsense right up to Nov 2012.

  21. mw Says:

    My Friends,

    Can’t we all just get along?

    Those in our little community who are not so liberally challenged, should show some charity and understanding to our progressive commentariat.

    We should try to understand that liberals are now bitter people clinging to progressive beliefs like:

    Obama won a progressive mandate; America is a center-left country; Demographic realignment means a permanent Democratic majority is inevitable; The Republican Party is dead. [Ok. Even I believed that one for a while]; A Republican cannot win Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat; It does not really matter what is in the Stimulus Bill, Democrats just need to spend for the sake of spending and once it is passed, it will be popular; Keynesian economics will work this time; Although the legislative “sausage-making” process is ugly and unpopular, after Health Care Reform is passed people will like it and Democrats will be rewarded for voting for it; The Tea Party is irrelevant; and Democrats can’t lose their congressional majority.

    Initially, there may have been very good reasons to think that some of these beliefs were true, but unfortunately many of our left-leaning brethren chose to ignore the chips, cracks and complete breaches in the wall of delusion they built out of these beliefs and with which they isolated themselves from reality. Just try to imagine the psychic shock when that entire artifice finally crumbled into dust last Tuesday and our friends were left with nothing to shield them from the blinding harsh light of what we like to call – “the real world”. It is up to us to help them adjust.

    Recall what our President said only a few weeks ago:

    “Part of the reason that our politics seems so tough right now and facts and science and argument does not seem to be winning the day all the time is because we’re hardwired not to always think clearly when we’re scared” going on to say that we need to “break through the fear and the frustration that people are feeling right now”

    This was very helpful advancing understanding between us, as he was obviously speaking about the liberals, progressives and Democrats in his base. This psychological insight can help us to be more charitable and sympathetic to their plight.

    Another tool that we can use to help understand and guide them through this trauma -are the “stages of grief” model which all Democrats must pass through in the process of healing. Some links that might be helpful HERE, HERE and HERE.

    Clearly, Gerry, Chirs and Alistair are having difficulty getting through Stage 2 – Anger. JimS unfortunately seems to still be stuck in Stage 1 – Denial. Be patient with them. It may take two years to get over this.

  22. kranky kritter Says:

    Kranky the same could be said about your know-it-all attitude. But you’re blind adherence to the “middle” keeps you from seeing reality.

    Sure it could. You can call me biased against reflexive adherence to one side, and I’ll happily acknowledge it.

    But I’m not committed to “the middle.” I’m only committed to a legitimate good faith effort to see what truth there is in each side’s arguments. Unsurprisingly, the result of such a good faith effort is that I usually do find that each side has some useful insight to offer.

    If you really, truly want to believe that such an approach blinds ME to reality, if that consoles you, well that’s your mileage. You go right ahead and keep thinking that democrats and liberals are right about almost everything and conservatives and republicans are wrong about almost everything. Probably you feel that this is the only way to stay the course, keep the faith, protect America as you see it.

    If you find that over time this approach leaves you feeling more and more alienated, bitter, and cynical, you can always reconsider then.

  23. theWord Says:

    kk-

    Nice try
    You can call me biased against reflexive adherence to one side, and I’ll happily acknowledge it.

    Your bias is to always see grey. Sometimes that means you see things accurately, often it means you truly are willfully blind.

    Reality shouldn’t make you feel good or bad, it just is.

  24. Alistair Says:

    Some of you are missing my point of my rant. I did not say that all Tea Partiers were bigots. In fact have some of my relatives that are members of the Tea Party that believe in small government are more freedom. But originally the Tea Party platform did not include railing against Immigration reform.
    Grover Norquist two months ago and a noted member of the group along with Ron Paul express concern about Demagogy of Ground Zero Mosque which was hyped up by Sarah Palin and some from Fox News. The point is if employment was at 4% we would not be going around and scapegoat different groups but because we’re in this situation it’s easy to point fingers rather than talk about real solutions.

    Does anybody get my point?

  25. Chris Says:

    MW – I’ll enjoy laughing at your pompous ass when your “divided” government completely fails to get anything accomplished in the next 2 years. They’re only goal is to not let Obama get anything accomplished.

    That’ll be great for the country.

  26. Tully Says:

    Chris, I think you simply don’t comprehend that many people (an electoral majority, to judge from last week’s results) would be quite happy if the government “fails to get anything accomplished” and think that would be “great for the country.” After too much of King Stork, they would be delighted to have King Log back.

  27. mw Says:

    @Chris
    Excellent. You want to get all that anger out. I think we are making some real progress here. Looking forward, before getting to Stage 5 “Acceptance”,you’ll be going through Stage 3 “Bargaining” and Stage 4 “Depression”. This might be a good time to visit the Doctor and get that Prozac prescription lined up.

  28. kranky kritter Says:

    Sure. I am always willing to see gray. If it’s, umm, actually there to see.

    Partisans always try to find a way to frame things that makes my perspective either just as bad as theirs (you’re biased too!) or worse (you’re blind to the truth).

    And it’s always comically limp and uncompelling. I’ve stood in the box to face these same crappy arguments over and over and over. And I haven’t swung and missed at one of these batting practice fastballs yet. This is absolutely no reflection on any particular intellecual ability I might have. It’s at about the same level as choosing the center square first in tic-tac-toe.

    I treat arguments from different political perspectives with some measure of respect and seriousness, in an attempt to identify insight into the issues Americans face. Anyone who thinks this practice makes a person anywhere near as blind as a partisan is clutching at straws. The straws of whatever convenient argument they can find to prop up their misguided sense of underexamined rectitude.

  29. Christopher Moore Says:

    This is just embarrassing. Didn’t she slam Obama for being a “celebrity”? Couldn’t agree more with Alistair, it’s time for us all to move on from this woman.

  30. kranky kritter Says:

    Chri: re MW’s hypothesis

    What you’ve done is promise to laugh your ass off in 2 years if the fed government does exactly what MW has explicitly hoped it would do. He’s stated this view on multiple occasions that the feds will achieve very little. He’sin favor of that.

    If you are going to grade MW on his ideas, why not try understand the sorts of outcomes he desires.

    MW doesn’t want a steady stream of quick federal actions to right the ship. That’s what YOU want. He doesn’t believe the government has the power, sense, or ability to fix what’s wrong. That’s YOUR faith. He doesn’t share it.

    Maybe you meant to say that you are certain MW won’t like the results even though he has hoped for them, that 2 years of time will prove you to have been right all along. Even if that’s the case, you’d still have to go by how HE feels in 2 years, not by how you feel.

    Can’t you see the potential for farce in 2 years? MW could be sitting there pleased as punch, rubbing his hands, saying “Eggscellent. Just as I’d thought!”

    And you’re standing there screaming “See? See? I told you.”

    What a depressing thought.

  31. Chris Says:

    What’s depressing is a bunch of jackasses voting for a non-functional government. That’s depressing.

    But you are correct, I’ll be laughing not because the federal government has failed to act, but because this won’t have the effect that MW thinks it will have. “This” being voting for a republican power grab.

  32. Alistair Says:

    Well one Republican is now blaming Palin for the Senate!

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/11/08/spencer-bachus-sarah-palin-senate_n_780558.html

  33. Wickedways Says:

    But progressives truly believe they are moderates and as I posted before …..Progressives use the Democratic party to get their agenda in place just as the tea party is using the Republican party to get theirs in place.

    One needs to remember one thing about MSNBC. They are not a mouthpiece for the Democrats. They are a mouthpiece for the Progressive movement. It oozes from their pores and they have no compunction about railing against Obama, Democrats or the DNC if it works to further their progressive cause.

    MSNBC talking head, Dylan Ratigan calls for Revolution. Calls in someone to discuss how the USA should revolt in a violent to semi violent way against the 1 percent of the people who have 24 percent of the money.

    Ed Schultz of MSNBC claims that “If I lived in Massachusetts, I’d try to vote ten times,” Schultz said on his radio show, The Ed Schultz Show.

    “Yeah that’s right,” he went on. “I’d cheat to keep these bastards(Republicans) out. I would. Because that’s exactly what they are.”

    In the midst of an argument with Glen Greenwald, MSNBC pundit Lawrence O’Donnell admits that he is a socialist who wants to ban all guns in……

    It is not important that the current President’s portable public chorus has described his predecessor’s tone as “crazed.”

    Our tone should be crazed. The nation’s freedoms are under assault by an administration whose policies can do us as much damage as al Qaida; the nation’s marketplace of ideas is being poisoned by a propaganda company so blatant that Tokyo Rose would’ve quit. Keith Olberman 9 months after 911.

    Above the video is from Rachel Maddow who spends half her time railing against Fox News.

    For MSNBC it is not about defending Democrats so much as its at furthering their progressive cause. There is a big difference. It is why they claim

  34. Chris Says:

    Wicked, you need more capslock and elipses for me to truly understand you.

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