Stacie Adams writing for The Smirking Chimp:
Perhaps you’ve heard about the writer who moved in next door to Sarah Palin? Apparently he is in the midst of some kind of scandalous tell all book about her and has taken up residence in her hometown in pursuit of stories.
Resorting to her characteristic histrionics, Palin immediately took to her Facebook page, that stalwart of serious journalism, to opine just what the writer intended on doing next door. She went on to make some sinister lamentations about him possibly peaking into her youngest child’s bedroom or surveying their ‘swimming hole.’ The writer shot back that her comments were, in his words, revolting. Actually, what they are is libel, and the worst kind of libel, insinuating that this guy, who is of course attempting to dig up dirt on the former governor, is some kind of dangerous pervert.
Palin frequently resorts to the pervert card when criticised or maligned. Remember her obtuse act when David Letterman made a joke of her oldest daughter’s apparent sexual ease? She turned his throwaway joke into weeks of coverage, even eliciting an apology out of Letterman for something he didn’t do. Again, Palin insinuated that Letterman must have been some pedophiliac crotch grabber drooling over the thought of her pre-teen daughters.
The only one drooling in this case is Palin, and it has nothing to do with lust. I find it more than a bit disgusting that Palin sees sexual predation just about everywhere. You have to question the health of one’s mind when they jump to the most objectionable accusation without a bit of evidence.These thoughts are the product of a diseased mind.
Obviously Palin has no care for integrity or decency, not pausing for a moment to consider the impact her dim-witted conjecture might have on others, like this writer, who now has to ward off the accusation that he is a pervert. And while level headed people would dismiss such a hysterical decree afforded by a Facebook page, there are plenty of people like Palin, i.e. dirty-minded old fucks, who live for disgusting and depraved gossip, under the auspices of being ‘horrified’ by the lovingly detailed lascivious behavior.
An editorial in Palin’s hometown paper claims that the fine citizens of Wasilla would be fully within their rights to shoot this guy were he to pose a ‘threat’ while on their property. Because what better way to refute allegations of aggression and malice than with explicit threats of violence?
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