Wednesday, November 25, 2009

"We've got to take this country back!" Yeah, back to the Dark Ages

America's Top MILF is on the book-signing circuit. Recently, when asked if she had any advice for Canadian conservatives who have worked so tirelessly to destroy their own socialized medicare, Sarah Palin replied "Canada needs to dismantle its public health-care system and allow private enterprise to get involved and turn a profit."

This exchange occurred in two parts. Canadian comedian and political commentator, Mary Walsh, posed the question to Palin while inside the bookstore, but was quickly hustled away from the Diva of Indoctrination by a wall of Blackwater-like toughs. They had to wait outside to catch Palin on her way to her bus for a reply.

Sarah Palin didn't start the "We've got to take this country back!" movement among conservatives, but she's certainly risen to among its figureheads. No, she when that movement was gaining ground, Sarah Palin was courting the Alaska Independence Party, which sought to break away from the United States of America; she was also having demons and witchcraft cast out of her body, while still finding time to see Putin rear his head from nearby Russia.

Yes, the calls for "We've got to take this country back!" have grown to a deafening pitch since President Obama was elected. Unfortunately, conservatives want to take the country back to the Dark Ages.

It's a continuing mystery how conservative live in society as though there is no society; how they live in a community as though there is no community.

Interesting further reading: Confessions of a former Republican

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