Sarah Palin Appears for Giant Mosh Pit With Livestock and Cameras
Teevee Queen of Alaska and former star of "The Learning Channel" Sarah Palin isofficially the Iowa State Fair's Justin Bieber, for the living, breathing human lard monsters who have eaten their own weight times a thousand in fried diabetes on a stick and are now too ill to remember who they are or what they are doing besides taking pictures of this lady, who does what exactly, again? The famous presidential candidate tour bus driver magically appeared in the middle of some sort of animal pen, because that is how all of God's important prophets begin their journeys to Greatness. This was all going on while Tim Pawlenty wandered around alone, wondering if anyone would recognize him for who he truly is, instead of confusing him for local real estate agents and personal injury lawyers, which he hates. Of course no one did recognize him, because OH RIGHT SARAH PALIN IS HERE, everyone else can leave now!
It was complete madness in the livestock cage when Grizzly Warrior Maiden Sarah Palin came to offer her valuable thoughts on sexism in politics, whether or not she is running for president, yawn yawn eye-roll, and, well that is pretty much all, of course.
When she did show up at the fair, dressed in a white t-shirt and a pair of black jeans from her favorite Alaska designer, Palin was immediately swarmed by dozens of reporters and television cameras as news of her sudden appearance ricocheted around the fairground.
The press pack tiptoed around prize-winning cattle and errant pitchforks while thrusting microphones toward her face and bombarding her with questions about her national ambitions, the emergence of Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Thursday’s GOP debate.
She welcomed Perry, a friend and political ally, to the presidential field but said she still sees “room in the field” and said it would not impact her decision-making process about the race.
Oh! We see what you did there, librul media, with your horrifying imagery of "errant pitchforks" around this Sarah Palin person. This is almost as bad as the sexist thing reporters do when they ask Sarah Palin if she wants to have a mud wrestling fight with Michele Bachmann.
She praised former House Speaker Newt Gingrich’s combative performance in Thursday’s debate, said she would happily support former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney if he becomes the nominee and dismissed any idea of a rivalry between herself and Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann.
“Just because there may happen to be two women in the race, that they would, you know, as Michele had put it once, get in the mud and be cat-fighting,” she said. “It’s ridiculous. It’s kind of even a sexist notion to consider that two women would be kind of be duking it out. If I’m going to duke it out, I’m going to duke it out with a guy.”