Monday, January 10, 2011

It's not that some people are stupid, its that politicians think you're stupid

Yesterday, in the wake of putting Giffords and 19 others in her "crosshairs" and pretending she did no such thing a spokesperson for Palin tried to pass out this lie:

...we never, ever, ever intended it to be gunsights. It was simply crosshairs like you see on maps.

BRUCE: Well, it's a surveyor's symbol. It's a surveyor's symbol.

MANSOUR: It's a surveyor's symbol.

We'll see how many people...besides the entire FoxNews "family" push this palpable falsehood.

After all, the one clearly saying they were not surveyor marks but a "bullseye" was none other than this person:

I imagine the words "taint" and Sarah Palin go hand in glove...or something.


Anonymous said...

What would be said if you posted a picture of Sarah with a surveyor's mark on her forehead?


Anonymous said...

"I imagine the words "taint" and Sarah Palin go hand in glove..."

I really wish you hadn't put that image in my head.

pansypoo said...

i refudiate this.

Anonymous said...

It's time for Snowflake Snooki to man up and refudiate the indefensible.

Anonymous said...

It's amazing to me how they think that their former statements cannot be found and used to make a point. But then again, this is why power wants to control the internet. The old adage "he who controls the message controls the masses" still happens today (cough, cough Fox News). The internet brings people all over the world together to realize we have more in common than we are different. The fear mongers cannot let that happen for there will be no more boogeymen. That is why they are after Wikileaks, that is why they dismiss bloggers, that is why there is a coordinated pushback against linking the violent rhetoric from the right wing and tea party, which the GOP gives a nod and wink to, to the shooting of a Democratic Rep.

Mr. Hedley Bowes said...

Other people think you're stupid, too: