I wish I were making this stuff up, but billionaire Donald Trump is considering running for President of the United States of America to oust current President Barack Obama. He will be the republican candidate vying for the nomination bid, and that means going against the self-proclaimed Mama Grizzly herself, Sarah Palin, aka the Thrilla from Wasilla.
But before he can do that, who does he need to fire? Here is Bill Maher’s take on Donald Trump running for President. (Video Courtesy of CNN)
If Sarah Palin needed to watch her back more, the liberal anti-Palin mama grizzlies’ movement fired back, saying Sarah Palin doesn’t speak for them. True, you don’t want to mess with a mama grizzly. But these mama grizzlies scare the shit crap out of me.
Liberal mama grizzlies: 1. Sarah Palin: Nothing.
This is my 100th post on Life with the DareDevyl (Huzzah!!!). I must be doing something right, eh? And the Dow Jones rose to over 11,000 for the first time since September 2008. But back to the post….here’s to 100 more.
Tina Fey returned to Saturday Night Live last Saturday as a recent host. Many of us often had her confused with ex-Alaska governor Sarah Palin, and, every so often, Ms. Fey puts her own spin on the half-term governor in the recent SNL skit. Abraham Lincoln must be rolling over in his grave when this came on…just sayin’.
One of Sarah Palin's sons, Trig, is under fire.
The Family Guy is a quite entertaining animated show, but the latest episode of that show hit below the belt by poking fun at Sarah Palin’s son Trig with Down’s syndrome. And let me tell you, folks — mocking people with developmental disabilities is no laughing matter.
In the latest episode, Chris (a main character) sits down on a dinner date with a mental disabled girl. Although she did not mention Palin by name, she, too, was diagnosed with Down’s syndrome like Trig. “My dad’s an accountant and my mom’s the former governor of Alaska,” she said. It all started with Rahm Emmanuel and his “retard” comment.
It’s bad enough that Sarah Palin had to deal with critics like Rahm Emanuel. But to downplay her son with Down’s syndrome? That’s an offensive foul. So all you stuffed shirts can criticize Palin all you want — I don’t care — JUST LEAVE HER KIDS ALONE. I don’t want to say it, but it had to be said. It’s sad that people with developmental disabilites become the target of scrutiny. And that’s my 2¢.