Well, it could be wacko Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann, who recently called Obama anti-American (and his views “against America“) and said there was anti-American sentiment in Congress, and who has been abandoned by her own party, so crazy is she, but let’s go with Palin, the predictable choice, once again.
In an interview with chief theocrat James Dobson, posted yesterday, Palin said this:
I know at the end of the day putting this in God’s hands, the right thing for America will be done, at the end of the day on Nov. 4.
Um… right. I suspect the best thing for America would be for Palin to go back to Wasilla right after the election — hopefully a disastrous loss for her and McCain — and never be heard from again. But I’m sure that’s too much to ask. For now, alas, she’s still around, spouting ignorance, nonsense, and extremism.
For example, she stressed that she’s “hardcore pro-life,” that she supports the GOP’s extremist platform, and that she prays for God’s “intercession” on election day.
Someone should ask Palin why she’s palling around with child-beating bigots.
(Oh, right, because she’s a crazy Republican fringe-dweller.)