Former Governor of Alaska and FOX News contributor Sarah Palin has been thrust into the lime light once more by Vanity Fair Magazine, as well as a new viral website. After Republican’s took back the house of representatives in last weeks mid term elections, growing speculation is mounting that Sarah Palin is going to announce a run for the presidency.
This would perhaps, be one of the most ridiculous, aggressive, ignorant and down right stupid candidates ever to run for President of the United States (except for G.W. Bush perhaps). She thought Africa was a country. I’m not sure she has ever even left the United States, except to go to Canada for Health-care! Are American’s really stupid enough to vote for this woman? It’s fair enough that people may want to see how a woman handles office for the first time, but this is far from the right person for the job. You simply cannot vote opinionated and biased people into office! Our leaders need to represent everyone, not just the majority no matter how small or large they are. They have to accept responsibilities for all people, not just those that agreed with them. How can someone so ignorant accomplish this task?
A new viral website WTF has Sarah Palin done so far exposes some harsh secrets of hers such as:
- She has made $12 Million since quitting her job as Alaska Governor half way threw her term
- During her Vice Presidential Campaign she went on a $150,000 shopping spree of campaign money, including $3,000 on new underwear
- She attacked Obama’s Heath-Care reform bill, then went across the boarder to Canada for her Health-Care
- Since quitting her previous job, she has cut off all ties with friends and non direct family, so that there is no one close to her that can talk about her to the press
She has also been called out by a recent article in Vanity Fair:
“Even as Sarah Palin’s public voice grows louder, she has become increasingly secretive, walling herself off from old friends and associates, and attempting to enforce silence from those around her.”
“Warm and effusive in public, indifferent or angry in private: this is the pattern of Palin’s behavior toward the people who make her life possible. The intensity of Palin’s temper was first described to me in such extreme terms that I couldn’t help but wonder if it might be exaggerated, until I heard corroborating tales of outbursts dating back to her days as mayor of Wasilla and before.”
“Early in the 2008 campaign, when John McCain’s aides discovered that Alaska-size gaps existed in Palin’s general knowledge (among those previously unreported: she had no idea who Margaret Thatcher was), they from time to time would give her some books to read in hopes of improving the candidate’s learning curve. On one such occasion, Palin accepted the books, set them aside, and for the next 25 minutes was held rapt by one of her three BlackBerrys. Eventually, an aide asked, “What are you working on?” “I’m reading these great e-mails,” she said, “from the prayer warriors.””