Yeah we’re pretty sick of Sarah right now. If you listen to the speech she made at the Teabagger, sorry, Tea Party convention on Saturday, you’ll hear stuff that barely qualifies as more intelligible than pure drivel.
Much has been said about the hypocrisy of her using crudely handwritten notes on the palm of her hand when in the same appearance she used the beaten-to-death Murdoch/Ailes talking point about Obama depending on a teleprompter.
But the use of the crib notes is not as problematic as the vague and meandering nonsense she spewed after she referred to them:
We’re got to reign in spending and obviously, not raise these extremely high budgets, and then say, okay we’re going to freeze a couple of programs here, that doesn’t do anybody any good. We have got to jumpstart these energy projects that we’ve heard so much about because it’s ridiculous that we have just sitting warehoused under God’s green earth here in the United States of America, rich resources—oil and gas and our coal and all these conventional sources of resources, we’ve got to actually walk that walk to allow them to come to development. And then, I think, kind of tougher to put our arms around, allowing America’s spirit to rise again by not being afraid to kind of go back to some of our roots as a God-fearing nation where we’re not afraid to say—especially in times of potential trouble in the future here—we’re not afraid to say, you know, we don’t have all the answers as fallible men and women, so it would be wise of us to start seeking some divine intervention again in this country so that we can be safe and secure and prosperous again. To have some people involved in government who aren’t afraid to go that route, not so afraid of the political correctness that they have to be afraid of what the media would say about them if they were to proclaim their reliance on our Creator.
“Amen,” says our host, Tea Party Nation “founder” Judson Phillips.
God help us if this facsimile of a simulacrum ever got elected to national office, say we.