As the comedy tour rolls on, Palin takes a leap further into a world where rational people would not dare to tread, but we have to remember that she kills wolves from helicopters, so she is very brave.
The nasty party of the US, akin to their nasty cousins in the UK, the Conservative ‘Tea-Party’ whose leaders, Beck and Palin, are now – openly – advocating (Palin) that you do a bit of road rage on your fellow citizens. This would be laughable but for one thing – this is America.
In America there is a constitutional right to bear arms, and quite a lot of people do so. With this in mind, and I am sure that the Palin advisers have thought of it, she calls for tea-partiers to:
“That bumper sticker that maybe you’ll see on the next Subaru driving by — an Obama bumper sticker — you should stop the driver and say, ‘So how is that hopey, changey thing working out for ya?‘”
Giving Palin a big benefit of the doubt, I do think that she is in a whirlwind of humour at that point. What I don’t think is that she realises that there is some worked-up anger out there, and some may actually do what she asks.
What gets me is that her, and people like her, don’t think further than the noses on their faces and muses about the ‘what-ifs’.
Do it, i beg you too
7:09 pm Mar 29, 2010
If any of your dipshits try to pull me over ill show you lazy fat dimestore soldiers what a conceal carry license is for. Bring it on you bat shiet crazy lunatics.
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My hope is that no one, at all, tries to do what she asks, it is – in my eyes, seriously bat-shit crazy.
A Nashville man claims he and his 10-year-old daughter were the victims of road rage Thursday afternoon all because of a political bumper sticker on his car.
Mark Duren told News 2 the incident happened around 4:30 p.m. while he was driving on Blair Boulevard, not far from Belmont University.
He said Harry Weisiger gave him the bird and rammed into his vehicle, after noticing an Obama-Biden sticker on his car bumper.
Duren had just picked up his daughter from school and had her in the car with him.
“He pointed at the back of my car, the bumper,” Duren said, “flipped me off, one finger salute.”
It didn’t end there.