Oh the hypocrisy that flows from the scrambled brains of Sarah Palin, will it never end?
The woman who, had she been elected as Vice President last year, wanted to make the choice for all women that THEY would have no choice when it came to abortion, is on the cover of “In Touch” magazine, posing with her daughter, son, and grandchild, along with the headline:
“We’re Glad We Chose Life”
Of course this is hardly the first time Sarah’s been confused by big words like “choice.” But this appears to be one of the harder ones for her to grasp. The last time she talked about making such a “choice” publicly I believe was that little chat she had with Katie Couric before the election, and if I’m not mistaken, by Palin’s own admission, it was one of those “gotcha'” questions. She also confessed at a paid Pro-Life event that was closed to the press that she considered an abortion herself before giving birth to her youngest son who appears on the magazine with her.
Memo to Sarah: you had the CHOICE and CHOSE life. Your daughter had the CHOICE and CHOSE life. That’s great, you made great choices! But you both had the right to make your own decision. “Choice” is really not a complicated word. Look it up!
In a d-i-c-t-i-o-n–a-r-y.
Worse still, from the “Mother of all exploiters of her own children,” Palin has no problem with the magazine quoting her daughter, while talking about her baby doing things like screaming for a lengthy period, as saying:
“What am I going to do? This is as bad as it gets.”
What kind of mother, and grandmother makes the “choice” to say things like that in a cheap gossip magazine about their own children and grandchildren? Sure, taking care of a baby is hard work, but to publicly make a habit of saying things like “this is as bad as it gets?” How will that child feel when he reads that in the future? And what about that “Media Filter” Sarah always talks about? I guess cold hard cash for interviews opens up that sieve pretty quickly! “Choice” words for a price, huh Sarah?
It isn’t just the big choices in life, but even little everyday choices that have consequences. Wouldn’t it be great for those children if Palin were to stop and think about that before she speaks or acts next time?