stfuconservatives:

As always, the attempted murder of an adult woman is less important than OMG ABORTIONS.
(image from Palin’s Facebook page)
Also, what does Obama have to do with driving cars into a ditch…?

stfuconservatives:

As always, the attempted murder of an adult woman is less important than OMG ABORTIONS.

(image from Palin’s Facebook page)

Also, what does Obama have to do with driving cars into a ditch…?

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feministslut:

womyneosoul:

thoughtandmotion:

spectrumnaut:

whitechocolateraspberrylatte:

Thank you, Sarah Palin.

Everyone’s saying “I don’t think Sarah Palin was behind this”. If you mean she didn’t pull the trigger, of course. However, she, Sharron Angle, and Michele Bachmann, all used incredibly violent rhetoric, and violent rhetoric produces violence. It’s the exact same situation of abortion clinic violence. Loud, powerful voices talk about how doctors are “murdering” babies, and they use violent rhetoric against them. Then, some follower goes and “takes care of it” for them. Afterwards, the powerful people call it a “senseless act”, and separate themselves from it completely, pretending it had nothing to do with them. They didn’t pull the trigger, and they didn’t place the bomb. Their words and imagery, though, were powerful enough that someone else took it seriously. You can’t deny that there was violent rhetoric specifically aimed, several times, at Rep. Gifford, so much so that she talked about the threats towards her (threats from followers who were encouraged by the rhetoric). The rightwing mocked when those who were threatened talked about the threats against them.

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The power of words are far more dangerous than weapons. Rhetoric has moved masses for thousands of years, even from the time of Aristotle. But when words are used by ignorant minds, they become detrimental to those masses. 

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feministslut:

womyneosoul:

thoughtandmotion:

spectrumnaut:

whitechocolateraspberrylatte:

Thank you, Sarah Palin.

Everyone’s saying “I don’t think Sarah Palin was behind this”. If you mean she didn’t pull the trigger, of course. However, she, Sharron Angle, and Michele Bachmann, all used incredibly violent rhetoric, and violent rhetoric produces violence. It’s the exact same situation of abortion clinic violence. Loud, powerful voices talk about how doctors are “murdering” babies, and they use violent rhetoric against them. Then, some follower goes and “takes care of it” for them. Afterwards, the powerful people call it a “senseless act”, and separate themselves from it completely, pretending it had nothing to do with them. They didn’t pull the trigger, and they didn’t place the bomb. Their words and imagery, though, were powerful enough that someone else took it seriously. You can’t deny that there was violent rhetoric specifically aimed, several times, at Rep. Gifford, so much so that she talked about the threats towards her (threats from followers who were encouraged by the rhetoric). The rightwing mocked when those who were threatened talked about the threats against them.

^

The power of words are far more dangerous than weapons. Rhetoric has moved masses for thousands of years, even from the time of Aristotle. But when words are used by ignorant minds, they become detrimental to those masses. 

^

(via lipsredasroses)

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I suppose Palin’s harsh dismissal of this great man is more understandable after one reads her biography and realizes that, like Bush, she accomplished a great deal in her early 20s. Who wouldn’t agree that finishing third in the Miss Alaska beauty contest is every bit as treacherous as risking your life in military combat? Maybe the beauty contestant who would one day be a reality star and former governor didn’t win the Distinguished Flying Cross, but the half-termer was selected as Miss Congeniality by her fellow contestants.
— Joe Scarborough (via corruptpolitics)

(Source: The Huffington Post)

But my family and I…thick skin…we can take it, you know…we can take what the haters say despite the fact that there’s injustice in the situation. I mean, look at the other day. Willow, finally, my 16 year old, she had had it up to here with somebody saying very, very hateful things about the family and saying mean things about her little brother Trig, and Willow finally responded and she used a bad word when she responded in defense of her family. And her response became national news, even hard news copy it turned into, so that’s ridiculous and I had to explain to her, ‘Willow, there is no justice here but you have to just zip your lip and let’s move forward.’

Sarah Palin responding to her daughter Willow using the word “faggot” amongst other derogatory slurs on Facebook

Gee, Sarah, thanks for sticking up for the gays… and no one said anything about your son. 

(via mohandaskgandhi)

except that willow was responding to people not liking her mother’s habit of pimping out her children on television for a profit that is unimaginable and undeserved. i haven’t ever heard anyone say anything ‘mean’ about trig, except that his name is ridiculous. which it is. sarah palin often tried to rewrite history, and we need to remember that she called for rahm’s resignation for using the word ‘retarded.’ and we all definitely know if one of the obama daughters had said ‘faggot’ on a public forum, she would have spoken out against the obamas’ parenting. so…fuck you, sarah palin. 

(via stfuteabaggers)

there’s gotta be a sarah palin lie counter out there somewhere.

(via rantingnraging)

(Source: mohandasgandhi, via rantingnraging)

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dumbconservativebitches:

It wouldn’t surprise me at all if these people were to campaign to give Sarah the position of Jesus in the next election. They have so much in common, after all. 

dumbconservativebitches:

It wouldn’t surprise me at all if these people were to campaign to give Sarah the position of Jesus in the next election. They have so much in common, after all. 

(Source: jumanjiwasunderrated)

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Sarah Palin Wins “Worst Mother in America” Award

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foxnewsfanclub:

It is Sarah Palin with long luxurious Blonde hair! Wow! Doesn’t she Look great! So Beautiful!
Well that’s My girl, Palincorn!! Ha Ha!

foxnewsfanclub:

It is Sarah Palin with long luxurious Blonde hair! Wow! Doesn’t she Look great! So Beautiful!

Well that’s My girl, Palincorn!! Ha Ha!

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Obviously, we’ve got to stand with our North Korean allies
— Sarah Palin to Glenn Beck

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