Man, do these “women” (assuming they really are women–obviously, since the advent of Sarah Palin, apparently gender has become a lifestyle choice) have “issues”. This almost reads like something out of The Onion. These people are becoming parodies of themselves:
“When I see people crowing about her ‘acceptable’ speech last Wednesday … I literally want to vomit with rage,” a comment from Anibundel said.
“I am shocked by the depths of my hatred for this woman,” another commenter, CJWeimar, wrote.
“It is impossible for me not to read about her in the newspaper in the subway every morning on my way to work and not come into the office angry and wanting to kick things,” a commenter using the name ChampagneofBeers wrote. “My boxing class definitely helps.”
Even some prominent figures admitted to being overcome by anti-Palin feelings. “I am having Sarah Palin nightmares,” an acclaimed playwright and writer, Eve Ensler, wrote on the Huffington Post. She said she was disturbed by the chants about oil and gas drilling during Mrs. Palin’s speech to the Republican convention. “I think of rape. I think of destruction. I think of domination,” Ms. Ensler wrote.
And people (OK, well, not people, trolls) accuse me of “hating” Barack Obama.
I’m always amused by the stereotype of the “hateful,” “angry” white man. From where I sit, I see more, and a lot more hatred and rage on the left. I can understand, though. They thought that the Messiah would arise by universal acclamation, and now they’re having panic attacks that he might actually lose. Which also explains all the angry anonymous moron trolls that I get here.
[Update a couple minutes later]
Jeez…here’s a Sandra who really hates Sarah:
When Sandra warns Sarah Palin not to come into Manhattan lest she get gang-raped by some of Sandra’s big black brothers, she’s being provocative, combative, humorous, and yes, let’s allow, disgusting.
Yes, please. Let’s allow.
Somehow, I fail to see the humor in a woman being gang raped, but then, I’ve never been a big Bernhard fan.
Between Sandra Bernhard and Michael Moore, it makes one ashamed to be from the Flint area.