Failin’ Palin Gives Advice To Mitt(wit) Romney

The absurdity of the race that is “The Koch Brothers Flying Republican Nomination Circus” was on full display Saturday.

Sarah Palin decided to give advice to Mitt Romney. In an interview with CNN and The New York Times before her speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, Palin said she was confused by Romney’s declaration here on Friday that he was a “severely conservative Republican.” “I wasn’t quite sure what the word ‘severely’ meant,” Palin said. The former ex-quitting half-term Governor of Alaska also said Romney needs to better explain his “shifts in ideology” (i.e. his 100s of flip-flops).

“You have to have the Tea Party patriots enthused and energized in order to win this nomination, and more importantly in order to defeat Barack Obama,” Palin argued.

Think about that for a moment. The woman who knows absolutely nothing about how to defeat Barack Obama is giving advice as to how to do so. Does Palin forget that she and John McCain were trounced by Barack Obama and Joe Biden in the 2008 election?

Sarah Palin, the reality television personality has nothing to offer in the form of advice regarding how to beat the man who so convincingly defeated her!

In honor of the troops, please click on the song link below to have more fun singing along.

Crazy song link:


(sung to the Patsy Cline song “Crazy”)

Palin is chock-full of baloney
She’s crazy
Crazy and without a clue

We knew
She’s psychologically haunted
And that someday
She’d make her asylum debut

She could be a guest on Maury
How did she go so koo-koo

Oh, crazy
As crazy as her husband, First Dude
There’s no use denyin’
Cheatin’ and lyin’
Sarah’s crazy
We know it’s true

We’re not sure if Palin’s sniffing glue
It seems like she’s flyin’
We’re not just implyin’
Sarah’s crazy
We know it’s true

Posted on February 11, 2012, in Mitt Romney, Sarah Palin and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Speaking in Tongues

    Willard wasn’t a severe Governor (liar!) and establishment Republicans hardly want to describe themselves as severe (at election time) but there’s good reason for voters “not to be quite sure about what severe means.”

    Maintaining tax cuts for the rich (job creators) and defense spending (keeping us safe) while tackling the debt (balancing the budget) can only be achieved with severe spending cuts i.e. sticking it to the majority of Americans, especially the poor and seniors (including teabaggers).

  2. Romneymania sweeps America

    Mitt’s firm belief in unlimited corporate campaign donations is what first got me really excited,” said 48-year-old pipe fitter David Flores, adding that another reason he joined “Romney Nation” was because he found it “pretty cool” that Romney pays a lower income tax rate than he does. “Money is speech—that’s what the First Amendment is all about. Finally, there’s a candidate who speaks directly to me.”,27155/

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