This is the 12th of my series of Sarah Palin clips from CPAC 2014 & commentary upon them:
Day 1: The Crowd
Day 2: The Entrance
Day 3: Dr. Seuss
Day 4: Why Sarah Feels Good
Day 5: Playing Prevent
Day 6: Sinking Ships
Day 7: Flexibility Pens & Putin
Day 8: Anticipation
Day 9: Don’t blow it
Day 10: 2010 Again
Day 11: Real Feminism
Of the clips Of Sarah Palin’s speech that I recorded at CPAC this was the shortest
The Donkey vs Mama Grizzley quote was kinda weak, but the question to liberals:
Who are the real woman liberators?
is well taken, particularly when we consider Miriam Weeks:
Duke University freshman Miriam Weeks, who has recently become notorious as porn star Belle Knox, is a “cutter,” with visible scars that show her history of self-harm. “Apparently her ex-boyfriend that cheated on her told her she was fat so she carved the word into her thigh.”
The idea that the daughter of an affluent doctor began shooting porn videos because she couldn’t afford tuition always seemed a bit strange, and her claims that doing porn was “empowering,” an expression of “sexual autonomy,” were even stranger. It is becoming obvious that she has struggled with mental health issues for many years, and the liberal media’s ostentatious posture of non-judgmentalism isn’t really the kind of help she needs.
Sarah Palin’s question on being liberated would certainly apply to Miriam weeks. Mrs. Palin might ask: Are you really “liberated” by the liberal Democrat culture and media that celebrates and encourages you to, for pay, let filmmakers shoot strange men ejaculating on your face for the purpose of selling said film to other men and women worldwide for their masturbatory pleasure?
I would think Mrs. Palin would suggest instead taking the full boat at Vanderbilt sans debt or degradation might be a tad more liberating.
Update: I know crazy when I see it.
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