Mrs. Palin and The Unspeakable


Here is Mrs. Palin, just days after her resignation, preparing a baby for human sacrifice.   Mrs. P is marking the spot where the giddy mother will cut the heart out for the Unholy Offering.

Oh fine.   Maybe I’m just hallucinating. Maybe it’s perfectly normal to autograph a baby while its head hangs upside down and someone digs their nails into its arm to hold it still.

But after refreshing my memory with some blogs that still hope to uncover the truth about Trig’s birth, I have to wonder if I’m the only one with this theory: Mrs. Palin was hoping to lose her baby, but despite her best efforts, he survived.

Wait! Hear me out!

Le’s say you were a bible-spouting “pro-life” Christian who was genuinely opposed to abortion under any circumstances. Then, you find yourself pregnant at 43, carrying a baby with Down Syndrome. You already have 4 kids, two who are clearly on the road to big trouble. You are pursuing a political career and it’s really taking off.

What can you do? You could hide your pregnancy, even from your children and your staff. Maybe somehow God will step in and let you have a miscarriage.

When God doesn’t jump in, you stay busy, jogging and acting like you’re not pregnant. You don’t tell your kids or your staff. Maybe you can still miscarry your unexpected and unwanted baby.

Finally, as luck would have it, your water breaks while you’re giving a speech in Texas. Great! You decide to fly back to Alaska, where someone can help you out, like your discreet private doctor. When your plane lands, shit, the baby still seems okay. So you drive to Wasilla, taking 5 more hours, still hoping to lose the baby.

In the end, your baby is born healthy, even though he is premature. What can you do except send everybody a funny letter about your very special baby, and sign it: “Trig’s Creator, Your Heavenly Father.”

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19 Responses to Mrs. Palin and The Unspeakable

  1. JK says:

    Upon looking at the enlarged, it would appear Sarah’s signing the diaper. I have a question. (Although I think I know the answer.) Will a crapped up diaper bearing an autograph become an Alaskan State Treasure? Would Alaskans consider the diaper signing to be metaphorical? An allegory of sorts?

    The Alaskan version of the signature laden Declaration of Independence?

    Sheeit !! Something stinks in Wasilla (or wherever that diaper finally winds up.)

  2. My theory exactly. I can’t think of any other reason for the long plane ride after her water broke. Any sane person would rush to the nearest hospital.

  3. OMGGMAB says:

    Come on, she never birthed Trig. She bought that kid somewhere. Will the real babymama please stand up!

  4. HelOnWheels says:

    My hatred for this woman has not abated on bit since last year. AAARRRRGGGGG!!! Have you seen this:

    Can somebody please f**king kill her???!!! From a helicopter?? With a rifle?? Please??!!

  5. Mark says:

    That photo is beyond disturbing. The mother (or kidnapper) is clearly digging her nails in the baby’s arm, as you stated. The look on Palin’s face is unmitigated evil.
    A closer look at the baby suggests that the baby, like Palin’s grandson or botched auto-abortion, Trig, has Down Syndrome. Perhaps Down Syndrome has become a trend among rightward leaning whores, like Palin’s trashy eyeglasses.

  6. Bex says:

    That poor kid! I’d totally smack her mother for being an idiot.

  7. JK says:

    I’d like to let all Sister Wolf readers be advised: do not attempt to hire a lawyer from Alaska.

  8. Deni says:

    The photo reminds me of some medieval painting depicting a martyr (the baby), the devil (Palin), and the devil’s apprentices (the stupid grinning Palin worshipers).

  9. Jill says:

    That poor child! Even I think that looks fucked up…aren’t you supposed to cradle the wee head?! Her god is punishing her…apparantly she’s losing her hair. Read that somewhere this morning.

  10. Please I don’t even want to think about it! It’s madness sheer bonkers ruddy madness. That poor baby in the picture, it could smell madness/evil at 2 paces.

  11. ambika says:

    I read a quote the other day, something she’d said at a pro-life dinner, that give me the ugly feeling that you’ve just outlined above. It’s just so…sad and wrong.

  12. When I first heard Sarah’s “birth story,” it came down to two choices for me. She either wanted to lose the baby, exactly as you’ve said here, or she wasn’t pregnant. The leaking amniotic fluid, the taking the flights back to Alaska (note the plural—I believe she changed planes in Seattle on the way back to AK—no non-stops from TX to AK). Then the driving past the hospital with the neonatal intensive care unit to go to the hospital in Wasilla. Any sane woman wouldn’t have done these things. Of course, any sane woman doesn’t want to lose a baby either.

    Even more: At a certain point in scenario as Sarah tells it, one could say that she herself might have been in danger. A pressurized cabin, flowing amniotic fluid, less oxygen in the air on the flight. . . There’s a reason that the vast majority of OB physicians tell pregnant women not to fly after 8 months.

    So in a way I gave Sarah the benefit of the doubt (with regard to her sanity). It’s easier for me to believe she faked a pregnancy than it is to believe she would so endanger the life of her child (and maybe even her own) by doing what she says she did.

    When I tell people that I don’t believe Sarah is Trig’s mom, I start out by saying: “I drank the Kool-Aid.” I recount the salient facts. I challenge people with the idea that she HAD to get back to Wasilla because that’s where Bristol was in labor. People listen, they nod. Most think I’m a complete ding-bat. I don’t really care.

    I’ve looked at the photos, watched the videos of Sarah while she was ‘pregnant.’ I’ve read articles in the Anchorage Daily News. Can we really say we know from the all the evidence out there that we know the truth? I don’t think we can. But to me, it looks like Sarah faked the pregnancy.

    My post:

    Ah jeebus, I take this crap much too seriously! Still, I love the OB nurse who commented that if Sarah had been poor and black and done what she purports to have done immediately before giving birth, child protective services would have been waiting outside the delivery room doors to take that baby away.

  13. Daniel says:

    Human sacrifice?……I thought she was conducting a circumcision with the tooth of a freshly killed polar bear..

  14. Sister Wolf says:

    JK – That baby is scarred for life.

    Iheratfashion – A ‘real’ mother would be terrified!

    OMGGMAB – Maybe Levi will finally talk.

    HelOnWHeels – Same here, believe me.

    Mark – We need you here.

    Bex – CHILD ABUSE!

    JK – As if!

    Deni – Exactly.

    Jill – I read that too. We must cherish the little pleasures….

    Make Do -It’s grotesque, isn’t it?!?

    ambika – Ugly and Wrong = the whole myth of Sarah Palin.

    Kelly – Saner minds that ours are still convinced that her pregnancy was fake…Andrew Sullivan, for one. I think it takes more suspension of disbelief to accept Palin’s story than to discredit it.

    Daniel – Either way, that bitch is up to no good.

  15. David Duff says:

    Good grief, ‘Sis’, you’ll be telling us next that Cheyney ordered 9/11 and the moon landing was filmed in Hollywood. Get a grip, girl!

  16. JK says:

    Well Dave?

    Not confusing you with that Evil Bastard Letterman of course.

    (Oh David, learn how to spell the former VP’s name. After all, until his own daughter “came out” Dick wasn’t able to correctly spell the name of any identified uhm, “alternative lifestyle guy/gal?”)(Isn’t it “kinda” funny that a guy who used to be adamantently against”) – too much typing.

    I dunno, I’m an Independent. Here in America we used to have those ” Dick and Jane Books ” (“Spot” if you included the dog.)

    The thing is David. Although I (hope) we’re all friends, I consider Sister Wolf more right than wrong.

    I know she does her homework.

  17. dewayne says:

    correct me if i’m wrong, but it seemed to me that mr. duff was being sarcastic. the moon landing was obviously filmed in hollywood.

  18. Sister Wolf says:

    David – Everybody knows the moon landing was filmed on a sound stage!

    JK – Love the comments over there. Same at the Washington Post.

    dewayne – Could it be they BELIEVED the moon landing over in the UK?

  19. dewayne says:

    atleast they have all the good fog. lucky buggers.

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