Greg Gutfeld pens an absolutely hilarious article in The Huffington Post mocking some of the more outrageous muckraking that some left-wing activists have been engaging in to discredit Sarah Palin.
One must wonder if George Orwell would have seen the irony in Palin winning the Miss Wasilla Pageant, for it happened, of course — in 1984, only a few miles from a local animal farm. Eerily, this is the same year that Richard Ramirez, also known as the Night Stalker, claimed his first victim. Whether Palin was in contact with Ramirez at the time cannot be verified, but when Palin finished second runner-up in the Miss Alaska pageant, it is unlikely that the outcome sat well with either of them. Few experts know what drives serial killers to kill serially — but later, Palin winning the “Miss Congeniality” award, must have been icing on the cake.
A very deadly cake, one might add. With murderous frosting. Made of death.
Ending her term as mayor of Wasilla in 2002, the town itself had about 6,300 residents. Now, according to 2008 statistics, there are 7,000 plus — a profoundly dramatic increase since Palin vacated the job. Where were these 700 people during her reign? No one knows – and to raise the possibility that these individuals were possibly “hidden,” perhaps because they were the products of a right wing Christian baby mill, seems a tad premature. Sure, you and I both know that Hipparchus is the father of trigonometry. Yet we still don’t know who the mother of Trig is.
And that math just doesn’t add up.
I hope nobody is dumb enough to take it seriously. Hello, Matt Damon!