Musclequest saidAbsolutely amazing!! I was at her book signing this past Sunday at Barnes & Noble in Roanoke, VA. I went to see, but more importantly listen to what these bloody sheep had to say amoungst themselves. (I would estimate the flock of mindless sheep were about a thousand in number. Whilst walking through the parking lot, I noticed several motorcars that had scrolled on their back windows, '400 mile drive for Palin!' Some were even higher in mileage. Saw one that said 700 miles! )
After watching this YouTube clip, I really don't have to go into detail at all. Those dolts that they interviewed are EXACTLY as stupid and moronic as the ones at her book signing here.
I wonder is she is still paying for her mortgage and continues to drive??
The truth is that for every Sarah Palin fan interview segment you post, one can come up with 10 that mirror the same stupidity from Obama fans. And for every 10 videos from stupid Obama fans, one can find another 10 from more stupid Sarah Palin fans. And for every 10 of those new videos from stupid Palin fans, one can find another 10 from stupid Obama................you get the drift.
It is fairly stupid to try to represent all Obama or Palin supporters--or any candidate for that matter--by pointing out to stupid uninformed people. Most voters are incredibly uninformed and make decisions based on little or no information, biased point of views, or whatever seems to be important to them at a particular point in time. Others just go with whatever is most popular among the circle of people they surround themselves with. Most gay Americans side with the democratic party because the democrats are "believed
" to support gay causes. Most christian conservatives support republican candidates because republicans are "believed
" to support traditional values or whatever. But very few gays, or christian conservatives, or any members of any group, are actually well-versed in the political and social issues facing our nation.
Most Americans are more concerned about watching their favorite tv shows, who did what to whom in celebrity-land, or what lady gaga wore at some fucking stupid award show. Indeed, this is completely understandable because a thorough examination of political issues tends to concentrate in topics that are complex and not particularly entertaining. This is why both sides employ one-liner tactics in an effort to simplify the debate and cause people to take sides without considering all aspects involved.
Most of the people who went to her book signing are fans, and from what I saw, there were mothers, teenagers, senior citizens, and some who appear to not have finished high school. They were waiting for the chance to meet one of their favorite celebrities--just like the Obama supporters were when they went to his book signings and his many speeches.
No political party has a monopoly on zealotry or stupidity. If you believe one party has such a monopoly, then I rest my case because you would just be making my point.
And the fact that you took the time out of your schedule to visit a Palin rally, er...book signing, just to confirm your predisposed opinion that Palin followers are dumb does not shine a flattering light upon you. If you wanna sell crazy, there's plenty out there who will buy it. I'll pass. And as I make my way through all Palin and Obama uninformed supporters, I'll flip them my special finger simultaneously.
Oh, and to all those foreigners who like to ridicule Americans claiming we are uninformed, I'll urge to take a look at your own fellow citizens. In fact, most of the developed and developing countries buy, use, see, consume, etc, what comes out of the US, all while bitching and complaining that America is the worst. There are stupid people in America just as much--or less--than in the rest of the world.
I'll go count sheep now.