Sunday, March 07, 2010

Irony.


Whoopsie:

The vocal opponent of health care reform in the U.S. steered largely clear of the topic except to reveal a tidbit about her life growing up not far from Whitehorse.

"We used to hustle over the border for health care we received in Canada," [Sarah Palin] said. "And I think now, isn't that ironic."

Ironic? No. Really, really fucking hypocritical? Yeah, more like that.

7 comments:

sooey said...

Looks like it's official: Albertans are even dumber'n Americans now.

Cherniak_WTF said...

Was there any doubt?

Ti-Guy said...

That province really does represent a clear and present danger to the rest of Canada and has for quite some time now. Even worse than the Qu├ębec separatists.

Brian Busby said...

Ms Palin's jaw-dropping little story does raise questions. One wonders that former journalist Pamela Wallin failed to ask about these little trips during the "Q&A session" that followed.

Hypocracy to be sure.

Ti-Guy said...

What is really disturbing is that the audience represented Calgary's moneyed elite. That it costs between 150,00 to 200,00 to hear this great representative of "jes' plain folks" is a cruel joke I cannot believe these people think they can get away with.

If they can, sooey's correct. Albertans are the dumbest people in Canada.

Lindsay Stewart said...

pimps and whores, call it a symbiotic relationsip.

Cosmic Navel Lint said...

Speaking of Americans fleeing abroad for their healthcare needs...

Limbaugh threatens to flee the US if Healthcare is passed

Oops!