Sarah Palin probably never heard of Ipecac. Only cautious parents, concerned about their young children getting into something poisonous would keep some around the house. It is a syrup designed to cause vomiting quickly. Sarah Palin said she gets “nauseated” when the President speaks. That presumes that she has ever watched the news, that she understands what President Obama is talking about, and that the “nauseated” sensation she is experiencing is NOT the result of a) realizing that she was defeated in 2008, b) reading Boys Will Be Boys, c) watching re-runs of Bristol on Dancing With the Stars, d) eating one of Piper’s cup cakes, e) eating some of that old moose meet in the fridge, f) finding out that Willow is pregnant, g) finding out that somebody got a copy of Trig’s birth certificate, or h) hearing that Homeland Security has confirmed that Todd really did introduce David Chaney to Shailey Tripp in a bagel shop during the 2008 campaign.
Palin wrongly says that Obama somehow lied in the commercial. Obama isn’t even in the commercial!
The barracuda was on the attack again.
This time it was to suggest that a commercial bringing attention to Mitt Romney’s closing of plants caused more damage than Romney realized. Here is the ad.
Here is a link to the full interview of Sarah Palin and Sean Hannity’s outrageous comments about the ad.
The amazing thing is that the Obama campaign not only did NOT make the ad, but it would be a violation of campaign law for him to be involved with the PAC who did.
Obviously Sarah Palin has not familiarized herself with campaign laws and those pesky rules about PACs.
The most amazing thing about this interview was Palin’s comparison of the media to prostitutes. If the media are prostitutes, is Palin trying to disparage them because they represent competition for Todd’s business? Is Sarah Palin unhappy that Todd’s employees would say something disparaging about her or her fellow Republicans? We know that Palin has no common sense, but even Trig would know not to talk about prostitutes!