Palin Derangement Syndrome, The Hits Keep On Coming

There were those frivolous lawsuits that cost the state of Alaska a lot of time and money and cost Sarah Palin at least 500k, including one which was so frivolous it was dismissed because the person filing it refused to give their own real name. But it still cost time and money for the State and for Sarah Palin to deal with it.

There’s Andrew Sullivan’s obsession with her reproductive organs.

There’s that nutjob who decided to move in next door to write his obsessive book (which I doubt will fly off the shelves).

Palin Derangement Syndrome is so deep that they even have to attack Bristol.

Palin Success Triggered FCC Complaints

Voting, hug angered “Dancing with the Stars” viewers

DECEMBER 6–In the days after Bristol Palin was voted into the finals of “Dancing with the Stars,” viewers from across the country wrote to the Federal Communications Commission accusing the ABC show of everything from running a “payola type program” to “encouraging and promoting teen pregnancy.”

One dude was so unhinged with PDS that he actually shot his TV and pointed the shotgun at his wife because of DWTS.

In comes Sarah Palin’s Alaska and new rounds of PDS.

Leftist retreads called the halibut episode a “snuff film.” Here’s your first clue, retreads: to be a snuff film, it has to show people dying. If it shows fish dying, that’s not snuff.

In comes the caribou episode and more PDS drooling and sniveling.

Like 95% of the people I know, I don’t have a visceral (look it up) problem eating meat or wearing a belt. But like absolutely everybody I know, I don’t relish the idea of torturing animals. I don’t enjoy the fact that they’re dead and I certainly don’t want to volunteer to be the one to kill them and if I were picked to be the one to kill them in some kind of Lottery-from-Hell, I wouldn’t do a little dance of joy while I was slicing the animal apart.

“I’m able to make a distinction between you and me without feeling the least bit hypocritical. I don’t watch snuff films and you make them. You weren’t killing that animal for food or shelter or even fashion, you were killing it for fun. You enjoy killing animals. I can make the distinction between the two of us but I’ve tried and tried and for the life of me, I can’t make a distinction between what you get paid to do and what Michael Vick went to prison for doing. I’m able to make the distinction with no pangs of hypocrisy even though I get happy every time one of you faux-macho shitheads accidentally shoots another one of you in the face.

Um, Aaron Sorkin, you’re an elitist, hate-filled, violence-loving hypocrite with a very serious case of PDS. And no, Aaron, that is not a “snuff film.”

To those crazy PDS nut-jobs who wanted to attack her for “not being a real hunter,” how about the words of an expert?

“Seifert also watched the video of Palin and her father and friend packing up the meat to take back to Wasilla. He explained that ‘In Alaska, you have to take all edible portions of the animal. When they take the rib meat out, it is above and beyond what most hunters do. I give them credit for that, they did that correctly.’…

“Seifert’s conclusion? ‘It seemed realistic to me, and I’m a pretty harsh critic of that because I see a lot of unrealistic stuff out there on hunting channels. I thought it was an honest hunt and I thought there are a lot of people out there who would like to have that kind of time with their dad.’”

Of course, it didn’t stop there. Those PDS idiots had to cost the state of Alaska more time and money to deal with the idiots’ well, idiocy.

Apparently, some people are spreading rumors online that Sarah Palin didn’t have the proper permits for the caribou hunt that was featured in this past Sunday’s epsiode. As you can see for yourself, this rhetoric doesn’t stand up to reality.

We’ve heard that our friends at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game have been inundated with requests for copies of her hunting license and caribou tags. Hopefully, this post and video can put those questions to rest so these diligent state workers can focus on more pressing matters than disproving rumors.

And of course, there’s the DDOS attack on SarahPAC due to her statements against WikiLeaks and Assange (who has made the claim that his leaks have caused the deaths of 1000 Kenyans).

Palin Derangement Syndrome, those leftist nutjobs got it bad, really bad. Of course, there’s only one reason for it: they want to get rid of a very dangerous enemy of theirs so she cannot do any more harm to the leftist nutjob cause.

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  1. There’s a black bear hunt scheduled in the Garden State very soon — if it hasn’t already happened — because those cute, furry bears are leaving the woods and wandering into suburban neighborhoods, where they are a danger to people. Naturally, the Usual Suspects are up in arms (not that they agree that we have a right to bear arms!) because New Jersey is permitting this hunt.

    And when some three year old is killed by a bear wandering into a back yard looking for food? Well, that’ll be the fault of expanding civilization, of course!

  2. “There’s that nutjob who decided to move in next door to write his obsessive book”

    Why is he a nutjob? Have you read his book?

  3. One dude was so unhinged with PDS that he actually shot his TV and pointed the shotgun at his wife because of DWTS.

    Am I the only person reminded of this?

    And when it comes to Sarah Palin, she needs to quit playing the victim. She’s a national public figure now, and that’s gonna come with all kinds of crap from everyone. Her “they’re all out to get me” routine kinda undermines her tough policy talk.

  4. “Well, that’ll be the fault of expanding civilization, of course!”

    As would be the case of course if a Gaia worshiping jogger on the left coast were to be mauled and eaten by a mountain lion.

    By the way, who was that clown who was trying to make virtual pets of Brown bears, and was along with his girlfriend, dragged from his tent screaming in the night a few years back?

    What would Aaron Sorkin have to say about that? “Got what he deserved”? “Sorkin now happy”?

    If you track back to the Huffington original you get a slightly better feel for Aaron’s view of his own credentials and authority.

    “… I’m in film and television, Cruella, and there was an insert close-up of your manicure while you were roughing it in God’s country. I know exactly how many feet off camera your hair and make-up trailer was. …”

    Of course expecting retaliation for his personal attack on Palin, he tries to head it off by saying:

    “Let me be the first to say that I abused cocaine and was arrested for it in April 2001. I want to be the first to say it so that when Palin’s Army of Arrogant Assholes, bereft of any reasonable rebuttal, write it all over the internet tomorrow they will at best be the second.)”

    However, his abuse of Cocaine, is probably less important here in rebuttal than his confusion or lack of clarity in other more directly relevant matters. As in for example, just what it is that he is claiming Sarah “murdered”.

    Aaron:

    “The snotty quote was posted by Sarah Palin on (like all the great frontier women who’ve come before her) her Facebook page to respond to the criticism she knew and hoped would be coming after she hunted, killed and carved up a Caribou during a segment of her truly awful reality show, Sarah Palin’s Alaska …”

    Aaron expounding further on the deceased Caribou …

    “That was the first moose ever murdered for political gain.”

    Way to go, Mr.”I know exactly” Sorkin. [Or maybe Aaron would like to claim he was talking about two different "murders"; and in the hyper-emotional state he was in, he just didn't make it clear he was doing so?]

    In either event:

    Reindeer

    Genus: Rangifer

    Species: R. tarandus

    Moose

    Genus: Alces

    Species: A. alces

  5. Aaron Sorkin eats meat but he’s too squeamish and cowardly to do his own killing. Then he complains when a woman demonstrates the courage to face up to the realities of a carnivorous diet.

    Sarah Palin is honest and forthright, while girly man, Arron Sorkin, is hypocritical and whiny.

  6. And re: Sorkin’s column – my philosophy is that if you couldn’t bring yourself to kill it, don’t eat it. Being a city boy, I’ve had little to no opportunity to slaughter a cow, but I can’t imagine it being too emotionally difficult, since it’s a cow.

    Don’t like the idea of cows or chickens or whatever dying? Nothing wrong with being a vegetarian.

  7. And when it comes to Sarah Palin, she needs to quit playing the victim. She’s a national public figure now, and that’s gonna come with all kinds of crap from everyone. Her “they’re all out to get me” routine kinda undermines her tough policy talk.

    I disagree. As Palin recently said, if you don’t fight back, this stuff tends to stick. Also, unlike almost every political figure, they have savaged her kids. When Chelsea Clinton was made fun of in a few comedy skits, her parents asked them to back off, and they did. Palin’s family gets no such courtesy.

  8. Eric, I agree with you on the kids. But I think that she’s going over the top in responding to a lot of slights to her that are rather imaginary. She’s already reached the “crying wolf” point with me. I imagine that if she keeps her current attitude going, she’ll reach that point with most people sooner rather than later.

  9. But I think that she’s going over the top in responding to a lot of slights to her that are rather imaginary.

    So? That’s the entire schtick of the wingnut right.

  10. The following is an excerpt from Stuart Schwartz’s article in the American Thinker, December 13, 2010.

    “Sarah Palin and the Haters of American Normal”

    “…Sarah Palin is just too dumb to understand how lousy it is to be in this materialist and fascist society, this hateful America, the Atlantic tells us. Scorn laces the left as New York Times opinion writers let us know that behind the deceptive Palin smile “lies anger” and an unwillingness to accept the decline that those who know better have visited upon us out of wisdom and necessity. Shut up and bowl (or hunt or fish or tailgate, or any one of the thousands of pursuits those with little culture and no brains participate in), they say, and leave the decisions to us.

    Meanwhile on the right, MSNBC’s house conservative, Joe Scarborough, says it’s time for Republican insiders to “man up and confront Sarah Palin.” She’s poison for responsible (read: insider) government. Bush consigliere and FOXNews analyst Karl Rove is leading the charge to stop this outsider, whom he regards as “unsuitable” for the presidency, which is a job best left to those who brought us porous borders, intrusive regulation, and exploding government spending. (In some respects, the Obama reign is simply the Bush presidency on steroids.) From left and right, insiders all, the anger is palpable at what James Lewis of American Thinker terms “American exceptionalism in the flesh — and downright attractive flesh at that.”

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