Evil and stupid is a bad combination
Heather Mallick has insulted Sarah Palin, John McCain, Alaska
and the US. Just when I thought that the Hollywood types supporting
Obama had the lowest IQ’s (subliminal message Matt Damon) and the
lowest morals, along comes a lower life form that Greta Van Sustern
referred to as a pig last night. I would not insult pigs that way.
I do not believe that Heather Mallick speaks for many canadians. Here
are some exerpts from her column:
“I assume John McCain chose Sarah Palin as his vice-presidential partner in a fit of pique because the Republican money men refused to let him have the stuffed male shirt he really wanted. She added nothing to the ticket that the Republicans didn’t already have sewn up, the white trash vote, the demographic that sullies America’s name inside and outside its borders yet has such a curious appeal for the right.”
“Palin was not a sure choice, not even for the stolidly Republican ladies branch of Citizens for a Tackier America. No, she isn’t even female really. She’s a type, and she comes in male form too.
John Doyle, the cleverest critic in Canada, comes right out and calls Palin an Alaska hillbilly. Damn his eyes, I wish I’d had the wit to come up with it first. It’s safer than “white trash” but I’ll pluck safety out of the nettle danger. Or something.”
“Palin has a toned-down version of the porn actress look favoured by this decade’s woman, the overtreated hair, puffy lips and permanently alarmed expression. Bristol has what is known in Britain as the look of the teen mum, the “pramface.” Husband Todd looks like a roughneck; Track, heading off to Iraq, appears terrified. They claim to be family obsessed while being studiously terrible at parenting. What normal father would want Levi “I’m a ___kin’ redneck” Johnson prodding his daughter?”
Read more here if you can stomach it:
Why are the American and canadian elitists attacking Palin. The obvious
answer is that she poses a real threat to their elitist messiah, Obama.
However, the deeper reason is that she is a good, all American, hard
working woman that highlights their inadequacies. Mallick is right
about one thing. Women often attack and resent other women especially
if they appear as good looking. Consider this statement from Mallick:
“But do they not know that women have been trained to resent other women and that they only learn to suppress this by constantly berating themselves and reading columns like this one? I’m a feminist who understands that women can nurse terrible and delicate woman hatred.”
In this case, Sarah Palin is certainly an attractive woman on the
outside, but the real threat to people like Heather Mallick is that
Sarah Palin is beautiful on the inside.