Quote of the day

 Posted by at 15:07  Politics, Republicans
Apr 252010

“I eat granola. I eat a lot of organic food. I have to shoot and catch a lot of my organic food before I eat it.”Sarah Palin, former Republican vice presidential nominee and current Tea Party heroine.

  10 Responses to “Quote of the day”

  1. Yeah, we wouldn’t want the snowbilly and her passel of starving chilluns to go without some whale blubber or moose meat. The poor dear, someone should tell her that $12 million buys a lot of mac ‘n cheese and Ramen noodles.

    What an idjit.

  2. why sarah palin say something like that???

  3. Oh no, she didn’t say that? She just gets curiouser and curiouser. I hang my head to think this woman was even on a presidential ticket as VP. The more frightening thought is, what if McCain had won?

  4. LMAO! I’m in constant amazement every time she opens her damned mouth!

  5. Though I’ve heard from other sources that like many you refuse to publish any comments that don’t agree with you,
    do me a favor:
    1) go look up the definition of “organic meat”
    2) look up the normal eating habits of wild animals in Alaska
    3) Think.
    I don’t like Sarah Palin, either, but at least I have valid arguments.

  6. @ Jennifer Landsberger:
    Name your sources. They are obviously mistaken, aren’t they?

    granola: a breakfast cereal of rolled oats, wheat germ, sesame seeds, brown sugar or honey, dried fruit or nuts, etc.

    Also, as we all know, it must be shot or caught.

    P.S. Are you really calling Sarah Palin a wild animal in Alaska?

    P.P.S. Though you and I might disagree on many things, I would never, ever, in a million years call you a “complete idiot who runs another website.” (Though, upon reading the post in which you call me that, I have to wonder if you were even mentally aware during the Bush years.)

  7. Periods separate sentences.
    So, ““I eat granola. I eat a lot of organic food. I have to shoot and catch a lot of my organic food before I eat it.” Does not mean that she shoots and catches her granola. It means she shoots and catches “a lot of my organic food”.

    Source for definition of “organic meat”:
    James A. (Jim) Riddle, founding chair of the Independent Organic Inspectors Association, (IOIA), and co-author of the IFOAM/IOIA International Organic Inspection Manual. He has helped train hundreds of organic inspectors throughout the world. In 2003, Jim was appointed Endowed Chair of Agricultural Systems at the University of Minnesota
    Link to site: http://www.misa.umn.edu/vd/whyorgmeat.html

  8. P.S. And no, I wasn’t calling Sarah Palin a wild animal. I was pointing out that the wild animals that she hunts follow the eating habits for the definition of organic meat.

    P.P.S. I don’t think I’ve ever made a single comment about Bush. A bit confused on what he has to do with my website, as I can’t stand the man.

  9. @ Jennifer Landsberger:
    Nice spin. But perhaps you should probably stop now while you think you’re ahead.

    I would try to explain the Bush reference to you, but I’m a “complete idiot who runs another website.” Remember? 😉

  10. Interesting and somewhat funny quote.

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