Kirsten Boyd Johnson – ODBOTW

Kirsten Boyd Johnson of Wonkette is our Obot Douchebag of the Weak for this:

Mentally Ill Fictional Humanoid Sarah Palin Not Running For President

We, together with the rest of Middle Earth, are now some fifteen seconds away from never ever thinking about Sarah Palin’s toxic reign of idiocy ever again, forever! IT’S TRUE: on this, the 278th day of 2011, may we all remember it forever (the next twelve seconds), gangrenous grifter-quitter grandma Sarah Palin Announced She Is Not Running For President. That is very sad, because this news has interrupted our viewing of the Wall Street protests and instead forced us to pay attention to this horrible gas station-brand horrorporno movie star one (hopefully, we can hope, we are allowed to HOPE) final time.

This isn’t surprising, Wonkette specializes in misogynistic douchebaggery. When Sarah was first sworn in as governor of Alaska back in 2006, Wonkette editor Ken Layne promptly dubbed her a “GILF” (Governor I’d Love to F**k)

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15 Responses to Kirsten Boyd Johnson – ODBOTW

  1. myiq2xu says:

    The Palin movement isn’t retreating, it’s reloading

    But at the end of the day, it was not to be — at least not this year. And in a weird way, that might be a good thing emotionally for people like me (and there are a lot of us) who have been so ill-treated by many in the GOP that we wanted raw catharsis as much as we wanted victory. However, anyone who thinks Gov. Palin or any of us “cultists” are going to go away has another thing coming — in fact, a reinvigorated Palin movement is already coalescing. The people who would have been the core supporters of a Palin campaign are now the biggest and most powerful bloc of free agents in the 2012 primary, and I’m practically salivating at the idea of watching the establishment candidates trek up to Wasilla to genuflect and beg for an endorsement. Every last one of them.

    Here’s hoping that Sarah has the chutzpah to drag a few of them out on the water for uncomfortable “photo-ops” involving fishing boats and large amounts of live salmon (I’m looking at you, Governor Romney).

    As for the rest of us, we are more than happy to throw our weight around. We’re not in the mood to kiss and make up with the party bosses, and no one can afford to take us for granted. If you thought we were going to make your life hell as a campaign, wait until you see what we can do as a pressure group. We’ve already got a huge presence on the Web thanks to Conservatives4Palin and the rest of the Palin bloggers, and we now have a big grassroots network as well thanks to the hard work of Organize4Palin. Do you really think we’re not going to use all of that cool stuff?

    It’s also important to remember that Sarah Palin has at least a quarter century left in her political life. She’ll be the same age in 2036 that John McCain was in 2008 — so nobody is going to be dropping the idea of “President Palin” for quite some time. In the meantime, she has more than enough skill and support to engage in any number of ventures. We may well be referring to her as “Secretary Palin” in the near future — whether she’s tackling government’s biggest bureaucracy as President Cain’s Secretary of Health and Human Services, charging toward energy independence as President Romney’s energy secretary, or finally bringing some sense to environmental policy as President Perry’s EPA director.

    Of course, while any one of those jobs would fit her skill set, none of them are necessarily worthy of a public figure of her stature, and none of them provide the freedom to go after a Republican president when needed. So, we might instead see the launch of “The Sarah Palin Show” on national talk radio, a campaign against Senator Mark Begich in 2014, or the opening of the “Palin Institute for Public Policy.” The possibilities really are endless, and there will be many, many of us backing her up along the way.

    I’ve never been so proud to be a Palinista, and I am very much looking forward to the future. Governor, whatever you do next, count me in.

  2. votermom says:

    What a steaming dungheap Wonkette is.

  3. votermom says:

    Oh, since it’s on-topic, here is some wild speculation I posted elsewhere:

    This is what I think happened. She was planning to run until September. Then she got proof of some kind that the GOP was actively pulling out all the stops to block her and anoint Romney and even if she managed to win the primary anyway, they were going to sabotage her campaign so Obama wins.
    I have been saying for a long time that the GOP would rather lose to Obama than let her win. With Obama their gravy train continues.
    What does she do? She knows the country is unlikely to survive 4 more Obama years. She knows if she lets this go public she will split the GOP voters and ensure Obama’s victory. If she runs anyway the risk is too great that she loses.
    Add to this she has two small grandkids who probably have worried parents (Bristol was for her running but living in LA might have made her realize how vulnerable Tripp is to crazies.)
    That’s why I think she is advancing in a different direction. She wants to clean out the GOP enough so that they can’t do this to her anymore.

    I should add that another reason Sarah supporters should work to get a GOP senate majority is to limit the damage a re-elected Obama, or an uber-flexible-establishment Romney, can do. Have to get rid of Reid.

    • myiq2xu says:

      TPTB want an Obama-Romney match-up.

      They can save money on donations because either way they win.

      • votermom says:

        Exactly. How funny it would be if they got an Obama-Cain match-up instead.
        (I think it’s unlikely but it amuses me)

        • jjmtacoma says:

          I would love to see that one – can you imagine the crap they would fling at eachother?

        • WMCB says:

          It would get very ugly. I follow several black republicans on twitter, and they sometimes retweet their hate tweets. It is disgusting. The left really needs to be exposed for this shit.

          You know that nice young man who sent out that very sweet letter to Morgan Freeman? This is a small sample of what he is getting:

          ali Ali A. Akbar
          RT @pjdelcampo2attn: I mean isn’t that your Sand N#@&%
          ali Ali A. Akbar

          RT @pjdelcampo2attn: You are a racist self hating peace of shit.
          10 hours ago Favorite Retweet Reply

          ali Ali A. Akbar
          RT @pjdelcampo2attn: you are an idiot. is what you are a fucking oreo fucking idiot. shut the fuck up.
          10 hours ago

        • DeniseVB says:

          I like Ali Akbar too, follow his tweets and FB fan page. Though I doubt I’d call out to him in a crowded airport 😉

          The guy on the Blacksphere is also good. Most in their communities are devastated the left has set the civil rights movement back 50 years.

  4. WMCB says:

    Between crap like this and Lawrence O’Donnell’s disgusting display with Cain last night, I have pretty much decided that I can never support any cause, person, or candidate that the left-wing blogosphere and media is involved with in any way. Because around 90% of the bad ugly that I see comes from the left, and that’s the truth.

    There is something wrong with anyone who wants to be even remotely associated with that kind of hate and ugliness and vitriol.

    I don’t even give a shit what they are “for” or “against” anymore, or whether I agree on a lot of stuff. I’d rather try to work with people I disagree with who are decent human beings, than a group who is more in line politically, but is flat eaten up with the rotten putrid nasty. I don’t like them.

    The Left in this country has lost me forever, unless they start doing some serious self-policing, and examination of their own hate.

    • yttik says:

      Yes, integrity matters. You can’t be claiming to promote peace and tolerance while spewing so much hate and intolerance. People not only stop listening to you, they avoid any thing you touch.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Absolutely and why our remaining friends on the left need to defeat Obama to save their party. This bullsh*t about our bad is better than theirs must stop. As well as the race card and misogyny. I really don’t recognize Dems anymore, anger has destroyed them 😦

  5. Mimi says:

    I always find these MILF and the GILF references bizarre. They first presume that anyone is interested in their personal preferences of this type. Then they act as if they were attractive enough for their target to reciprocate interest which is never the case. Next they seem happy to have received any kind of attention be it bad or good because they seldom receive any. They are sad little people.

  6. Three Wickets says:

    Think calling people out is important. There are so many Obot prog hitmen and hitwomen…paid character assassins really. They all need to be knee-capped, figuratively speaking of course.

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