Snow grifter and pretend human being, Sarah Palin, seems to have a major problem with Romney and took to the one remaining place where her blithering nonsense has a permanent residence: Hannity. During a recent appearance on Fox News’ Hannity, the perennial political sideshow told Sean Hannity that while Mitt Romney has her support (she has yet to formally endorse him), he really needs to do more to mobilize the conservative base (presumably the tin-foil cap crazies).
“Romney, he has said before that he doesn’t want to have to light his hair on fire. Well, there are a lot of his base supporters, independents who are saying, ‘Well, light our hair on fire, then! Remind us how important it is that we get engaged in this presidential election because it is the election of our lifetime,’”
“We saw in the 2010 electoral victory and we saw in the Wisconsin recall victory … that the base, the independents, the tea party patriots, need to be energized and get out to vote,” the former Alaska governor said. “Otherwise, the right is not going to be able to get in there, into the White House and reverse the course that Barack Obama has put us on, towards bankruptcy and insolvency.” (Politico)
While it’s clear Palin was purely speaking metaphorically, hair on fire and Mitt Romney should really never be used in the same sentence; it just immediately invokes images of a BP spill conflagration given the fact that Romney baths in hair gel. Although Romney is and has never been the GOP’s top choice and will forever be a crappy Christmas sweater to them, he’s made every single effort to cater to the very brand of Republicans of which Palin speaks. Whether socially or economically, Romney has paid lip service to every single tea party touchstone that makes them foam in a ravenous rage. The man has eschewed his very own health care invention for pete’s sake. So it’s palpably clear Sarah is once again upset that she isn’t in the spotlight and forced to spew her mindless, carefully prepared manipulations on Hannity, as opposed to being the Republican nominee herself. Viacom may have pulled the plug on Spongebob Squarepants, but subscribers of Direct Tv can still watch Spongebrain Squarehair.
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