The Pardu

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Monday, January 5, 2015

Palin's Pens A Letter From A Dog

One day after the clock struck midnight on December 31, 2014 transforming our the calendar to 2015, Sarah Palin hit social media with what I am certain she felt would be cute and attention garnering. Problem is as always with the inane Palin what appeared as staged shots may that not be ready for her cable channel.  Moreover, the shots denote a celebrity mindset not shared by virtually 99.9 % of people who are earn millions exposing themselves to glutton star worshipers. Basically, there aren't many people period who would reach to exploit such an exhibit. Those who would "go there" would think to preserve their celebrity in a much more congenial and favorable light.

PETA responded to the Palin exhibition with anticipated contempt and Palin lashed out with yet another rambling discombobulated diatribe that only she and her family could truly understand.  

Wouldn't you know the wounded celebrity accepted a Today Show opportunity to pen an " I am the the victim"  item that reads as follows.  As you read the following psycho-drivel, think about the decision via the Today Show management to actually read it on their air.  I can only assume the item was read by someone on the show I find the show a joke and a major bore and have not watched it in over two decades.  If Today Show management did not allow reading of the diatribe, I will re-position my criticism to the person who penned the item.  Alas, I suspect the item made Today Show air.  Networks must entertain viewers.


Palin Continues Animal Rights Group Attack With Bizarre Letter From A Dog

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After initially defending the photo on Saturday, Palin penned a statement for NBC's "The Today Show" on Monday. 
"They're not attacking me because I showed people a special needs child and his happy, healthy, beloved service dog; they're attacking me because, well, I'm me. So what's new? PETA throws raw meat in front of their attack dogs and says sic ‘em, and we have a choice in how to react to these kind of haters who'll keep on hating," Palin wrote. 
She also posted a letter from the pet dog of Kevin Scholla, host of Mama Grizzly Radio's "The Palin Update," to her Facebook page. 
"That Trig kid was standing on you I see. Well that hit home! I have a six year old friend too. She's pretty gentle with me. Girls seem to be that way. But she has this brother. He's four and he reminds me of Trig a bit," the letter from Scholla's dog Rex to Palin's dog reads. "But if you think you have it bad with Trig on your back, listen to this. He makes me play Batman every day! I have to be Ace the Bat Hound!" 
"Have a great winter in Alaska. We are both fortunate to be spoiled pups in loving homes," the letter continues. "Oh, and don't listen to these people saying bad things about the picture of Trig on your back. They have a political agenda. I'm not sure what that means but the guy in the house I mentioned earlier told me that."
The utter lack of judgment and tendency to self denote landmines in her own face seems to consume Palin,  After responding to PETA over the weekend, why continue to show cognitive missteps that most shed as they age. Her continued efforts to rationalize the photos of her son and the dog amounts to using a shovel to free oneself from a quicksand pit. 

Where are Palin's advisers? 

She continues to reinforce the seriousness of just how close McCain and Palin came to serving as the Executive Branch of the United States of America.  The letter from the dog shows a state of mental acuity that is uncommon among people who have full mental capacities.

The story reaches even farther into the existence of the United States as a viable international leader. We live in a country that has a political party that so disregards that which is good for the nation, it is shameful. Palin should have remained a figure in Alaskan politics until she blew it and returned to Wasilla. A return to a world in which she is comfortable and not exposed to the scrutiny of people who posses rational thought and the gift of discerning mental capacities. It is so obvious her antics and entertainment to maintain a life resultant for the "gift of the GOP" has to be wearing on even her most staunch worshipers.

She has moved to coming across as a nut case. And, with every episode she reflects on the party that placed her in position for an office in the White House.

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