Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Sarah Palin Goes Off Eschatological Message

BOULDER, Colorado -- When asked a question about whether or not she voted for convicted fraudster and tube enthusiast Ted Stevens, Sarah Palin said the following:
I am also exercising my right to privacy, and I don't have to tell anybody who I vote for. Nobody does, and that's really cool about America also.
Did she just say that she had a "right to privacy"? Isn't that the cornerstone of the Roe v. Wade decision, which established the constitutional right to privacy? As if we didn't need more evidence of this woman's complete lack of understanding of the separation of powers, the branches of government, and the Supreme Court, here's another piece. She's forgotten how to properly use her Evangelist code language! There is no right to privacy, Sarah - that's just "activist judges" "legislating from the bench." Get with the program.

Certainly, Gov. Palin has the right to cast her vote in private, like every other American citizen, but next time she should choose her words a bit more carefully if she wants to maintain her megachurch street cred.

[Gawker: Rogue Palin Won't Say Who She Voted For]

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