Sarah Palin Invokes God To Explain Her Stupidity

Mar 07 2010 Published by under Featured News

Don't Blame Me, Blame God

Sarah Palin continues to try to explain away why she had to write her answers to the questions at last month’s Tea Party gathering in Nashville. Palin’s latest attempt occurred at a right to life fundraiser in Ohio last night. She said, “If what was good enough for God, scribbling on the palm of his hand, it’s good enough for me, for us.” Palin has now been reduced to invoking God to explain away her ineptitude.

Here is the video from Mediaite:

“Would read the palm of his hand to see what was on tap for his the curriculum the next day, so to think you know that some in the media got all wigged out about that, and they couldn’t argue the content of the words, you know the few words that I scribbled. It was tax cut, and it energy for energy independence for this nation, and it was lifting America’s spirits…I didn’t have a good answer to that criticism because I thought it was so ridiculous, then somebody sent me the other day Isaiah 49:16, and you need to go home tonight and look it up… “If what was good enough for God, scribbling on the palm of his hand, it’s good enough for me, for us. In that passage he says, I wrote your name on the palm of my hand to remember you. And I’m like okay, I’m in good company.”

Palin is now comparing herself to God. I am sure that her latest excuse will play well with her devoted followers and the God freak crowd which she is so obviously courting in order to run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012, but to the rest of who expect a political leader to remember what they are supposed to be talking about without a cheat sheet, Palin’s cutesy answer is just more empty gibberish, from a woman who has become more entertainer than serious politician.

Nobody outside of her followers is buying her excuses, and this latest one is typical Palin. She is trying to explain her shortcomings with a wink and some charisma. Sarah Palin is all sizzle and no steak and I sincerely hope that she not only runs in 2012, but also captures the Republican nomination, because then she will be exposed for being the fraud that she really is. Obama would obliterate Palin in a general election matchup because it takes more than the ability to entertain at a fundraiser in order to be president.

H/T:Washington Post 44 Blog

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