Sarah Palin is back in the news, most recently for endorsing Donald Trump for president, and trying to take to task those who question her parenting methods because of her grown son’s domestic disturbances.
Why anyone still cares what she might say is beyond me.
Perhaps she’s hoping to be chosen yet again for Vice President, without bothering to remember that voters disdained and overlooked her the first time, and since when she’s done absolutely nothing to improve her “brand.”
When she trotted out her tired old “Drill baby drill,” all of three people could be heard cheering – no doubt the only ones who still ignore scientists warning of global overheating.
Sarah would do well to tend her own home, by which I mean not only her own Alaska residence, but all the world. Almost all Alaska buildings, in fact, are in danger of breaking from the thawing of the permafrost they’re perched on, the same thawing permafrost which is also releasing greenhouse gases, something Republicans conveniently never seem to mention: maybe if they ignore it, it’ll go away! Any day now Palin will spin the coming catastrophe as “I feel the earth move under my feet.” (apologies to Carole King)
But I suppose TrumPalin does have a certain ring to it: the ring of ongoing fakery.