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Palin Nails It: the American Apologists Have Never Met a Bill They Have Read
Posted By Sandra Lee On May 18, 2010 @ 7:00 pm In NewsReal Blog | No Comments
Sarah Palin sometimes has impeccable timing. Today she posted on Facebook that:
the American Apology Tour continues.
That is both true and unfortunate of course and you can read her post in it’s entirety here.
But the interestingly ironic aspect is that Ms. Palin’s frustration with the O Team ignorance is nicely juxtaposed with another progressive posted jaw dropper. The back story to Sarah’s post is that administration member number 3, that is politico NUMBER THREE admits to not having actually read the Arizona border protection legislation. Doesn’t keep ‘em from criticizing it nor apologizing for it but, ‘ oh well’!
But here is where it really gets good: this afternoon Ana Marie Cox of Air America and Rachel Maddow Show infamy writes:
AZ law: new unintended consequences every day! Today: I develop an ounce of respect for Kobe Bryant!
Ms. Cox is referring to Bryant’s latina wife wearing a t-shirt to the LA vs. Arizona game which further derides Arizona. The lovely “stand by my man” Mrs. Bryant sported a t-shirt that read, ” do I look illegal?”
Let’s break this down:
- looking “illegal” doesn’t have anything to do with the Arizona legislation which apparently opponents and the Bryant fam still haven’t bothered to read
- nothing like the rich, famous and clueless making a cause celeb out of something they don’t understand
- accusations of felony sexual assault against a 19 year old hotel worker do NOT count for as much with progressives as having your wife wear a t-shirt that she doesn’t understand
Okay, got it. I’m going to have a t-shirt of my own made up. It will say: ” For God’s Sake GET A CLUE”.
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