Word Salad, Tossed Fresh

Alaska’s part-time governor and full-time grifter Sarah Palin gives us our Labor Day tossed salad to go with our grilled steaks as she gives us the history of the Labor Movement, thanks blue collar workers, tells us that Taaaaaaahd was in a union once, tells us that union thugs are the problem, and then admonishes us to not make labor day political. Oh, and then she thanks the people who are working today.

Thanks, Mooselini, for putting so much labor into your channel. It really shows.

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9 Responses to Word Salad, Tossed Fresh

  1. Ed Meyer says:

    Let’s not think about politics yet she says conservatives 4 times and doesn’t mention Mit who “thrives” on the labor of foreign workers to whom he has shipped U S jobs.


  2. HarpoSnarx says:

    How quaint of her to pose next to Lake Lucille, a dead lake killed by entrepreneurial carelessness and sub-bourgeois indifference. But then, labor is always accountable in the Gooper star chamber of inversion.


    • ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© says:

      Good catch.

      And, yet, the lake Sarah Palin lives on is dead.

      “Lake Lucille is basically a dead lake — it can’t support a fish population,” said Michelle Church, a Mat-Su Valley borough assembly member and environmentalist. “It’s a runway for floatplanes.”


  3. roket says:

    Um, conservatives hate unions and if Taaaaaaahd was a union treasurer then he was a union thug also too. So there, smarty pants.


  4. jo6pac says:

    Thanks for watching the bat-shit-crazies so I don’t have to, not that I would;)


  5. MDavis says:

    I thought her idea of labor was popping out kids.


  6. Pissed in NYC says:

    What Joe6pac said. I don’t know how you can watch this stuff sober.

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  7. Dimitrios says:

    Never accept advice from anyone who hops aboard a passenger jet for a ten hour flight when going into labor, or any woman who even only claims she did.


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