LMFAO: Sarah Palin Calls Nancy Pelosi A ‘Dingbat’ – No, Really!

Sarah Palin’s Friday appearance on Sean Hannity may have produced the funniest moment of the year. In response to a question about how Congress and Mitt Romney should deal with the Supreme Court’s ruling that ObamaCare is constitutional, Palin took a bit of a detour:

Hannity: Politically speaking, how should Congress deal with this, and how should the Romney campaign deal with it if you were to give advice?
Palin: Well, first off, Nancy Pelosi is a dingbat. And she is the perfect spokesperson for this whole agenda of the far-left running the Democrat Party.

Really? A former Miss America runner-up who quit her job as governor mid-term, failed at both presidential politics and reality TV, is calling the first woman Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives a dingbat? That’s a little bit like Charles Manson calling Mother Theresa a mentally deranged butcher.

Sarah Palin Dingbat

And if that weren’t bad enough, Palin also made a disparaging, phallus-related insult directed at President Obama:

“About the 15% of Americans who aren’t paying taxes and are feeding from President Obama’s hands, perhaps they will vote for such a tool.”

I’m not sure where Palin is getting that 15% number, considering that the latest national polls show Obama well ahead of Romney, and the state-by-state electoral college surveys put Obama just shy of victory. But even more disturbing than her made up statistics, and her profane insults, is her characterization of America’s poor as akin to animals “feeding” out of the President’s hands. That’s pretty much how she and the Tea Party/GOP view the less fortunate in our society. And paraphrasing Palin: She is the perfect spokesperson for this whole agenda of the far-right running the Republic Party. And in this interview with Hannity she sounds like she’s … er … medicated. Which may explain her endorsement of radio wingnut Mark Levin for vice-president.


10 thoughts on “LMFAO: Sarah Palin Calls Nancy Pelosi A ‘Dingbat’ – No, Really!

  1. LOL. She is pure comedy. If I didn’t know better, I’d think this was a Saturday Night Live sketch. And, yeah, she’s slurring her words. I demand to see the results of her i.q. test! I highly doubt it’s even close to three digits.

    • I’ve seen her purported HS transcipts and her IQ is 83.Mental retardation starts at 69.

  2. I want Palin to keep talking and talking. I want more attention focused on her so that she can drive her poll numbers lower than they already are. People like Palin have to have a hard dose of reality stop them. She’s still delusional and is in denial, thinking she’s still ‘Ms. Political Thang’ of 2008. She’s not, but she’s surrounded herself with people who tell her she is or are afraid to tell her the truth about herself. Time will deal with Palin, and it won’t be pretty when she is forced to face the fact that all she is is an empty shell. Leader Pelosi probably doesn’t even think about Palin because, unlike Palin, she’s busy trying to make the lives of all Americans better and trying to beat back the fascism being promoted by Palin and others like her.

    • She lives in a bubble and goes on only Fox and is interviewed(if you can call it that)by people like Sean Hannity and she believes she is as awsome as they make her feel. I have news for her, she is not awsome in anyway except her looks, I have to give her that. You are right she will maybe someday have a rude awakening, hopefully sooner rather then later. Although I’m not sure someone like Palin will ever come down off her high horse, what she believes today she will believe even more tomorrow and even more then that a decade from now.

  3. “…feeding from…”? Shouldn’t it be “…eating from…”? Does it even matter?

  4. “And if that weren’t bad enough, Palin also made a disparaging, phallus-related insult directed at President Obama:”

    Is it because she called this particular President a “tool” or is it because of your reverence for the office of the president? I have a hard time believing you would be offended if this kind of conversation were directed at a conservative – President or anyone else.

  5. MediaMatters went Facebook style. I know..OT. I don’t really “like” it. It’s weird

    • Change always takes a little getting used to. Give it time.

      • True, but it seems only about eight usual geniuses have been posted. I went through the hoops and..nada.

  6. This woman is a joke. It’s scary that she could’ve bee VP of our country. I bet John McCain’s campaign wish they would have letvthis “sleeping dog lie.” How can she dare question someone’s leadership abilities when she quit midterm. Why can’t she just go away. Talk about embarrassment to the Republican Party…

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