Dearest Sarah Palin,

May 31, 2016 at 3:29 am (Daily Headaches and Rage Inducers, Politics) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , )

Dear Sarah Palin,

We were going to address you as “Governor” Sarah Palin, but then quit halfway through.  So we’ll keep it simple and just call you Sarah.  Besides, this way sounds a bit more folksy.

We wanted to commend you – much as it grinds our gears, so to speak, to do so – and give you “props” for actually being right about a couple of things.  And by “right” we mean correct.

Firstly, even though it’s taken us years to admit this, we figured we’d finally chime in and say you were correct to quit the governorship of Alaska.  Honestly, based on the way fellow Republican Governors have pooped the bed (Mike Pence – Indiana; Paul LaPage – Maine; Scott “Koch” Walker – Wisconsin) and driven their respective states into the ground (Bobby Jindal – Louisiana; Rick Snyder – Michigan; Rick Scott – Flo Rida), your choice to abandon The Last Frontier State and head for Hollywood was absolutely the correct, greedy, shrewd move.

And we’re not even going to mention how Repub Governor Sam Brownback has literally (yes, correct usage) turned Kansas into a financially bankrupt Narco-state (it’s like Mexico without the good food or pinatas).  Maybe Donald Trump could erect a wall around Kansas as practice for future Xenophobic projects.  You know, “Make America 49 States Again.”

So, well done on quitting, Sarah.  You did the right thing.  Spike Lee would be proud (sorry – he’s black, we’ll try to find someone else you’d be more comfortable around).

The second thing you’ve proven yourself correct on is just how lame the media truly is. Really, Sarah, it’s impressive just how “spot on” you were with that assessment.  Who would ever have thought that CNN, Fox *News, and MSNBC would give Donald J. Trump sooooo much more air-time than any of the other Presidential candidates?!  Or that 8 years after Barack Obama and Joe Biden thrashed John McCain and his running mate, we’d still see You receiving coverage on anything even remotely political?!?  Seriously, that makes as much sense as going to Lance Armstrong for advice on how to compete ethically.  The only conclusion we can draw from this is that, darnit, The Media Really Is LAME.

Once again, Sarah, kudos for getting those two things correct.  When you’re right, you’re usually wrong, but in these two instances, you nailed it, sister!



Broken Clocks




1 Comment

  1. Robert Paulsen said,

    YOU’RE BACK!!! So glad to see. Thanks for this; the bit about Brownback’s Narco-State was enlightening.

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