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Thursday, November 19, 2009

Palin Hatred Drives Sullivan Around The Bend

Andrew Sullivan has finally let his intense hatred of Sarah Palin drive him round the bend. Her book was the straw that broke the camel's back or in other words drove the last sliver of sanity right out of Sullivan.

Stacy McCain thinks Sullivan should be deported...... too bad that would still leave him in America.

I gotta say, McCain certainly has a way with words.

"Earnestness"? You complain about being accused of earnestness, you demented poofter? After you've spent more than 15 months pushing that lunatic Trig Truther nonsense?

You are a dope-smoking, contagion-spreading menace to society, Andrew Sullivan, and you ought to be immediately deported. I think even Tom Tancredo, Pat Buchanan and Peter Brimelow would agree that your deportation is a matter of national security far more important than sending ICE to hassle a few hundred illegal Mexican poultry-plant workers in North Carolina.

In the meantime Sullivan has vowed to stay up all night debunking Palin's book.

Suggestion to Sullivan- Put the book down, step away from it and get a phone book and grab yourself the nearest shrink. Have long sessions and hopefully they will prescribed a little pill that will help your thinking processes.

Conservatives4Palin get the quote of the day here before pointing their readers to McCain's blog:

We do attempt to maintain a certain level of decorum on this blog so, although we all have a number of really helpful suggestions as to what Andrew Sullivan can do with himself, we tend to keep them private.....after all if I am unfortunate enough to be walking towards my front door and find myself with something unpleasant stuck to the sole of my shoe I would reach for the disinfectant rather than my keyboard.

That right there is funny.

In the meantime, if you want to read Palin's book, you can find it here.

[Update] Palin hits the book trail, via The Politico:

If Sarah Palin were running for president, this is where she’d come: The outskirts of a second city in the conservative heartland of Western Michigan, where thousands gathered Wednesday to see her, shake her hand and have her sign their copies of “Going Rogue.”

I wonder how Sullivan is handling the massive turnouts Palin is seeing on her book tour?

Another pill Andrew. A blue one this time.