Saturday, March 13, 2010

Saturday Sarah.

By her own admission, Sarah "zoomed over the border" for "socialist" Canadian healthcare.

Ironic? Try grossly hypocritical.

I wonder if that phrase would fit on her teleprompter hand.


5 comments:

UncleMeat said...

Ya, I guess she should have told her parents not to take her there, even though it was the only accessible hospital from where they lived.I just hate when little kids are that hypocritical...

http://www.esquire.com/the-side/opinion/sarah-palin-canadian-health-care-031010

masterymistery said...

Hypocrisy is on the march in this post modern world of ours. The lunatics are in charge of the asylum.

masterymistery at cosmic rapture

Audrey II said...

I don't think that's what anyone is arguing, UncleMeat. Certainly not I, but if doing battle with that strawman makes you feel better, have at it!

If you're still having problems with figuring out what the other quadrants of that syllogism are that you left untouched and unconsidered, please don't hesitate to ask for some adult assistance.

UncleMeat said...

I left nothing untouched or unconsidered. Your post is an amateur smear at best and your choice of vocabulary is a joke.

Audrey II said...

"I left nothing untouched or unconsidered."

Try: It isn't her actions as a child that are being criticized as having created the hypocrisy? Oopsies.

"Your post is an amateur smear at best and your choice of vocabulary is a joke."

I can only hope to rival the comedic genius of your trouncing of that "Ya, I guess she should have told her parents not to take her there" straw-stuffed victim, but I do thank you for your well-argued criticism.

Personally, I think the joke here is any political movement that's adopted Facebookin' Sarah as one of its shining lights. ...Know of any?

Post a Comment