Skip to comments.Obama's Huffington Post: "Palin Will Run in '12 on More Retardation Platform"
Posted on 07/03/2009 3:31:16 PM PDT by kristinn
The Huffington Post, an official arm of the Obama administration, published an article a few minutes ago on the resignation of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin with the following headline: Palin Will Run in '12 on More Retardation Platform
To make sure that the article's reference to Gov. Palin's infant son Trig who was born with Down Syndrome last year, the article is keyword tagged by the Huffington Post: ...Sarah Palin Trig; Trig; Comedy News
The article is authored by Erik Sean Nelson was posted at the Huffington Post at 6 p.m. EDT.
The text of the article:
In Sarah Palin's resignation announcement she complained about the treatment of her son Trig who always teaches her life lessons. She said that the "world needs more Trigs, not fewer." That's a presidential campaign promise we can all get behind. She will be the first politician to actually try to increase the population of retarded people. To me, it's kinda like saying the world needs more cancer patients because they teach us such personal lessons.
Her first act as President: To introduce a Pre-K lunch buffet that includes lead paint chips. Sort of a Large HEAD-START Program.
She will then encourage women to hold off on pregnancies until their 40's just to mix up some chromosomes.
She now is in favor of abortion only in case of diploid birth.
Her policies will increase jobs because Wal-Mart is building new stores each day and someone has to be the greeter.
This will lead to smaller government because fewer Americans will have the cognitive ability to hold a government job.
Look, she says she's resigning as governor because people are making attacks on her and Trig. If she ever did become president, all Osama bin Laden would have to do to defeat the United States is Photoshop a picture of Trig and she'd surrender the country that night. As she said, "That's not politics as usual." It isn't. Politicians don't usually quit for so stupid of reasons.
Nelson's HuffPo bio: Erik Nelson has written for several comedy websites and published short fiction while living in the deep South. He has studied the local culture of his Red State and feels confident that they have accepted him as one of their own. Big mistake.
Join him behind enemy lines, deep in the Red Zone. Or email him at email@example.com.
The Huffington Post was recently invited to the White House to ask a question of Barack Obama at a nationally televised press conference. The questioner, HuffPo National Editor Nico Pitney, asked a question on a pre-arranged topic of Obama. Pitney was trusted to do so because of his background as a Democratic party operative.
Link to HuffPo article about Gov. Palin and her son Trig.
They will be sorry the printed that story!!!!!
Colonel Obama is worried ...
Huffington Post < Al-Qaeda
a. These people are sick.
b. And they’re scared to DEATH of this woman, LOL!
Human behavior gets no lower...
What could possibly be more retarded than 4 years of BHO?
a complete asshole scared to death of Sarah
Cool. She makes them angry, and when angry, the truth comes out. It ain’t pretty, but it’s good for us.
It’s funny how liberals call Conservatives hateful yet they post crap like that and what do they want us to think, that they are full of love..they are BASTARDS. Ya know, I hope karma comes back to bite them in the ass, seriously, I could NEVER have that kind of hate in my heart
You could also tag this story: liberalism, mental disorder, insanity, pure evil alert...
But..but..she resigned....why are they still maligning her?
She could crush these Lilliputians daily. There wouldn't even be a foul-smelling damp spot left.
She could be a key figure fighting the "Fairness Doctrine" and "diverse" programming on radio.
Draw and quarter this bastard. Even in the run up to the Civil War, we didn’t read stuff like this.
Wow. Debating whether or not to ping my list to this one...
Why in the world do we need more retardation?
Surely we have an overabundance already.
Time to hammer the HuffPo’s advertisers, telling them you won’t spend a cent with them until they stop advertising in that fish wrap.
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