Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Sarah Palin analyzes the SOTU with WTF

Does this sound Presidential to you?



Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin says, "There were a lot of WTF moments throughout that speech."



Sarah Palin later in the interview says, "That was another wtf moment," in regards to President Obama's sputnik reference.

33 comments:

Right Wingnut said...

Yes. Now is not the time for beating around the bush. She made the point better than anyone I've heard over the past 24 hours. Everyone else kind of says the same things over. Eventually, they all kind of blend together. Not so with Palin. She's said what the rest of us are thinking. WTF, indeed.

Anonymous said...

No. And I did not even have to yell it.

Anonymous said...

I really think, shes going to surprise everyone and not run. But as for this wtf comment i do think its a bit immature

Right Wingnut said...

The entire interview is HERE

hamaca said...

Did Richard Nixon used the F-word a lot? And wasn't Dick Cheney on record using the same word when arguing with a Congressman/Senator?

Maybe Sarah is just going through a certain right of passage.

Right Wingnut said...

Joe Biden has now weighed in on this. "What's the big @%*%#&* deal?"

Anonymous said...

This is same old, same old potty-mouth Sarah. Her vocabulary is very limited, I understand.

For those who are still clinging to the hope that Sarah is presidential material, you might want to let the truth sink in at some point.

-Martha

Right Wingnut said...

I'm loving it. As far as I can tell, the only prople upset with this are the libs and rabid supporters (a few, not all)of Huck and Romney. Everyone else loves it. Think about it. She summed up Obama's speech with three letters! Even better, she used the initials from the title of his speech! Whether you care to admit it or not, it's brilliant.

Anonymous said...

RW,

I wonder if Sarah is capable of any level of embarrassment? Doesn't look like it!
-Martha

Doug NYC GOP said...

Wow -- Forget WTF -- I didn't realize the Russians spent sooooo much on Sputnick, that it lead to their "inevitable" collapse. (:22 - :40)

I guess liberals are correct, Reagan really didn't have anything to do with ending the Cold War.

Doug NYC GOP said...

The clarifiacation of Soviet history, via Prof. Palin to which I refer, is in the second clip.

Bill589 said...

WTF? Palin has the guts to call it like she sees it.

Maybe some politicians won’t say it.
Most Americans do.

Sarah Palin 2012

Bill589 said...

WTF? “Win The Future” theme of Obama’s SOTU.

I didn't get it until I read it around the net. I thought she was just being smart, but she was being really smart.

Obama’s speech will now be know as the WTF speech. The Left is already pissed. Cool.

She’s two steps ahead of everybody else.

OhioJOE said...

"She’s two steps ahead of everybody else." Not only that, she promoted capitalism and Conservatism.

Right Wingnut said...

Awesome...

Sarah Palin: Obama’s Message to America: The Era of Big Government is Back, Now Help Me Pay For It
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Right Wingnut said...

Here's where Obama's brilliant speechwriters found the title "Winning The Future.

Newt must be flattered.

ellie said...

Oh please. Pottymouthpalin. Not presidential in the least. It's not an excuse that 'everyone does it'.

At some point, can't we have a higher standard? Richard Nixion is famous for the F-word - but not in public. Cheney apologized for his use of it, not only privately to the senator, but in public and regrets using it.

Lowering the standards is not acceptable. I know many here think it's just fine. In their view, it's perfectible acceptable because 'everyone; did it. It's not acceptable when 'everyone' did it, and it's not acceptable when Palin does it. But hey, it's perfectpalin. setter of the lower standard.

Rob said...

I'm not going to fault Sarah for saying that, especially in light of Winning The Future = WTF and that's pretty funny. However, I don't believe the "f word" has a place in our public discourse, and I'd like to see it go away.

Noelle said...

I'd like to think that any politician is capable of "calling it like they see it" without resorting to adolescent use of the language.

Apparently I'm wrong as has been demonstrated by people on both sides of the aisle.

Given the choice among the various GOP candidates, Romney has demonstrated the ability to remain professional, civil and classy as well as demonstrating his capability, intellect and history of success.

Doug NYC GOP said...

Noelle - Again, well said.

I also doubt Romney believes the Sputnik debt doomed the Soviets.

illinoisguy said...

There is very little difference between uttering the letters or saying the words. It's completely inappriate in the public discourse. I'm disappointed she has chosen to use wording like this. It makes our side look bad.

marK said...

There's nothing wrong with a sense of humor in a Presidential candidate. Nor is it bad when such a person doesn't take themselves too seriously. It's actually a good thing.

I don't have too much of a problem with her using the acronym in this context ... once. Repeated use, however, is definitely a mistake. It cheapens her. She can't keep doing this sort of thing if she wants people to take her seriously as potential Presidential timber.

But then if she isn't really planning on running ...

OhioJOE said...

"I'm disappointed she has chosen to use wording like this. It makes our side look bad." Do you ever step back from your PDS? You think Mrs. Palin invented WTF? BTW, it stands for Winning The Future; what did you did it stands for?

For people who are supposedly offended by such language, some of you sure seem to at least think you know what these short forms stand for.

illinoisguy said...

OJ, I didn't invent the F word either, so using your logic, I can just use it? BULL. It's very inappropriate for her or any of them to be using this. We're all trying to make sure our grandkids to not be using these letters, then they hear Palin do it.

OhioJOE said...

"We're all trying to make sure our grandkids to not be using these letters, then they hear Palin do it." Oh for Pete sake, now Mrs. Palin is not allowed to use certain letter?

Right Wingnut said...

Blah, Blah, Blah. Get over it IGuy.

Right Wingnut said...

Do your grankids know that you were commenting on Palin's breasts the other day? Would it be OK for them to do the same? The 'holier than thou' schtick is getting old.

Revolution 2010 said...

Well at least, she didn't make up another new word!

illinoisguy said...

I wasn't...was commenting on her being good looking!!

Anonymous said...

It was a very witty retort to Obama's speech. The fact that Romney supporters do not see that shows a level of dishonesty. But what I've really come to notice is that Romney supporters on this site are a little weird...but to each their own.

jerseyrepublican

OhioJOE said...

BTW IG, do you grand-children have PDS as well?

Doug NYC GOP said...

Palin fans are little weird themselves, wouldn't you say?

Anonymous said...

The message Sarah Palin wants everyone to get is that she thinks her fans are so low class that she has to speak from the gutter. Willow and Bristol have both told educated people that they are just jealous of the Palins; Willow has made her anti-gay comments; Bristol wants to give most Americans the finger; Tawdry has a girl friend; and now they can claim that all of this behavior is done so that they can win their fans approval. Don't go to college because that is elitist--but look around for a community college that you can rip off because they don't know that $115,000 is more than $100,000. Poor Schmucks--Sarah is laughing all the way to the bank!