You Can Take the Cunt Out of Wasilla, But


How does the rest of it go? Oh, never mind. How about this instead: In a letter to her followers, trying to clarify her reason for quitting, Mrs. Palin explained “It’s about country.”

Sheeit Negro! That’s all you had to say!

Not that it makes any sense. Here’s her letter, if you want to bother with it. It’s more of the same incoherent whining. “It’s about country” reminds me of Donna Karan saying “It’s about comfort.” I just don’t like sentences that begin with “It’s about.”   But at least Donna Karan has given us some   good fashion, which you cannot say of Mrs. Palin unless you live in a trailer park.

One of Mrs. Palin’s stated reasons for quitting her job is that people have been mean to Trig. I didn’t give it another thought until I read this statement given to CNN by Palin’s faithfully deranged spokesperson Meghan Stapleton. Brace yourself.

“Recently we learned of a malicious desecration of a photo of the Governor and baby Trig that has become an iconic representation of a mother’s love for a special needs child. The mere idea of someone doctoring the photo of a special needs baby is appalling.”

Oooh, you can doctor a picture of a regular baby, but not a special needs baby. Good to know! Here’s the desecration, posted by Alaskan activist Celtic Diva.


The face superimposed on the baby is Eddie Burke, a talk-show host who supports Mrs. P.

This photo was so horrible, so mean, so un-American, that Stapleton wanted President Obama to intervene. She went on to say:

“Babies and children are off limits. It is past time to restore decency in politics and real tolerance for all Americans. The Obama Administration sets the moral compass for its party. We ask that special needs children be loved, respected and accepted and that this type of degeneracy be condemned.”

Wow! It’s degeneracy! I thought it was just photoshopping.

Now that Mrs. P is threatening to sue the internet for spreading rumors about her reasons for quitting,   I can only hope she finds out how many times I’ve called her a crazy bitch and a stupid cunt. A nice lawsuit would direct more traffic here, and then maybe I could designs some shoes for Urban Outfitter or somehow get enough money to pay my car registration bill!

Help me out Mrs. Palin, you fucking numskull!

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19 Responses to You Can Take the Cunt Out of Wasilla, But

  1. Good grief why so delusional! It’s not about the baby.
    Surely the lawsuit is on the way and we’ll all be wearing ‘Sister Wolf doesn’t give a cunt’ teeshirts worldwide (I’m really heartly sick of the word global). Make sure you strike a deal now in anticipation.

  2. JK says:


    It’d be (in these economic times) “maybe” wise to share attorneys?

    I dunno though, I’ve got Fox on my ass too.

  3. JK says:

    Damn, I wish these folks would accept Central Standard Time.

  4. JK says:

    And for the fans who missed out on the Michael Jackson “Resurrection Memorial Whoop De Doo Child Molestor Tickets Pick” come next Tuesday?

    Well, you’ve missed out on this too. Incidentally, in a Nissan (who say’s “Buy American?”) that’s the “Trouble Ahead” light flashing in the fifth photo down.×4-Pickup_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQ_trkparmsZ65Q3a1Q7c66Q3a2Q7c39Q3a1Q7c240Q3a1318Q7c301Q3a1Q7c293Q3a1Q7c294Q3a50QQ_trksidZp3286Q2ec0Q2em14QQhashZitem3ca300f59bQQitemZ260432786843QQptZUSQ5fCarsQ5fTrucks

  5. jennine says:

    omg i love her… constant source of entertainment…. like the political equivalent of britney spears, what a train wreck.

  6. Juri says:

    I have a Donna Karan watch. It’s all about knowing what time it is, or as Palin would say, “This watch of mine, it’s time, God gave us time!”

    She really likes to say “energy independence” a lot. Twice in such a short letter is quite an accomplishment. I wonder if she thinks there is some kind of magic in repeating it, or if it’s just one of those funny words she caught during the elections. In any case, she mentions it so often that the “Troops” will soon get jealous.

    Of course, the “heartfelt and candid” message on her main page is still my absolute favourite. The opening sentence alone is a gem:

    “Hi Alaska, I appreciate speaking directly TO you, the people I serve, as your Governor.”

    I wish I was an Alaskan, so I could greet her back and say “Hi, Governor Sarah, we who are about to be bamboozled salute you!”

    “This land […] It’s energy! God gave us energy.”

    God also gave us Sarah, too! And with a higher calling at that. Bless her heart.

  7. JK says:

    Hush Juri,

    Should she hear what you’ve said she will win the next election. I mean, who would not vote for a Mother who has a Troop.

  8. Mark says:

    Dripping with anticipatory glee, I am.

    That letter is priceless. Are those six colleges she attended accredited?

    When will the other ill-gotten shoe drop? Let’s all say a prayer that it’s a really raunchy sex tape.

    Thank you, SW. You never fail to deliver.

  9. Deni says:

    “The mere idea of someone doctoring the photo of a special needs baby is appalling.”

    Is this how the erosion of freedom of speech begins! First Letterman, then Photoshop, next . . . Sister Wolf . . . heaven forbid!

    Shouldn’t she be a character (General Turgenson?) in the remake of Dr. Strangelove rather than someone who will run for president of the US? Isn’t that what she’s vying/posturing/positioning herself for . . . heaven forbid!

    Thank god for the sanity of SW!

    P.S. I still think SW would make a better candidate, 100x, no 1000x, no a googleplex times better.

  10. crocodilian says:

    Palin Name Generator (well… technically it’s a BABY name generator, and is therefore off-limits):

    Seagull Junker Palin? I’m all over it.

  11. JK says:

    I’m a fighter, not a quitter. I may be “unconventional” but that’s what Alaskans are !!

  12. Does Stephen Sondheim have a song about sending out the clowns?

  13. Mark says:

    I like this. You probably will, too.

  14. The Palin-hatred isn’t about class; it’s about her astonishing blend of ignorance and arrogance, her refusal to master the most basic facts of government, her choice to accept a nomination she was totally unprepared for while parenting a special needs child and a pregnant teenager. It’s too late to complain that the press are picking on her family when she made the choice to put them center stage at the RNC!

  15. JK says:

    And the journalism major who would be President frames her sentence –

    “With Sean in the governor’s seat, it won’t be the politics of personal destruction, I don’t believe,” Palin said.”

    David I think we agree on many things, but personally I think politically, she’s toast. Without the marmalade.

  16. hammie says:

    What is it about her speeches that makes your life force ebb away? And she isn’t even our potential next President.


  17. editor says:

    i’m just guessing here, but i think the uber-conservative Richard Hayne (UO founder and pres.) is not someone you reallllllllly want to work for.

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