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Sarah Palin calls herself “Undefeated” in her new movie. Is it a belated April Fools’ joke, Sarey?
New York Times critic Kyle Smith was the first journalist to preview the new two-hour Sarah Palin movie “The Undefeated” on 4 June. He wrote of Palin’s turgid paen to Herself:
❛[The movie] is an excruciating combination of bombast and whining, it’s so outlandishly partisan that it makes Richard Nixon look like Abraham Lincoln.
“In one scene, we’re told she didn’t care about polls; in the next, she’s bragging about her approval rating (88%). So does her recent approval rating of 28% tell her that she must be doing something wrong?
“I’d sooner have watched a Michael Moore movie. Any Michael Moore movie. Even Canadian Bacon!
“If you’re hopeful (or worried) that this movie is the secret trigger for a Palin relaunch, don’t be. Even if you fixed the blaring soundtrack and took out all the symbols of the cataclysmic evil opposing Palin (barking dogs, disaster footage, a closeup of Rosie O’Donnell), you’d still be left with a hopeless sputtering jumble.❜
❛This blogger writes: Sarah Palin is One Big Tease. She’s been playing a game
with American voters that she surely thinks is sly, but is really just plain nutty. Her jokey, perpetually-undeclared run for candidacy in the 2012 presidential race so far adds up to a case of Great Tit Arctic brainfreeze
, and the neural confusion
attendant to that avian Illness of The North
Whether it’s her cross-country Magical Mystery Tour aboard a bus dubbed “One Nation,” (which apparently had no planned itinerary whatsoever), or noshing pepperoni pizza with fake-campaigner Donald Trump, or flaming-out in The Undefeated, Palin never fails to amuse.
But her now too-familiar Dumb and Dumberer public image is beginning to grate on the nerves of voters.
But 1 April came and went with no announcement from Palin. Was it an April Fools’ joke?
What a stupid circus for a woman who desperately needs to trade-in her bimbo celebrity brand for a new, Serious Sarah brand, a brand that just might help her to redeem a modicum of respect or regard from her alienated paterfamilias, the GOP.
The film about the former governor was previewed by selected critics in June, and will be in limited distribution in Iowa the week of July 15th. The distributor, ARC Entertainment, says it will move into national distribution thereafter.
Sarey and her feature film have their defenders: “Texans for Sarah Palin
,” to name just one fan club, rebuked the almost unanimous negative reviews of the movie with their OWN review: “The Power of ‘The Undefeated: A Review by Josh Painter
.” Painter betrays a Tea Party-like hostility
to all apostates.
He writes: “The Undefeated doesn’t need to have that much of an impact on everyone who experiences it… The hard left will never give Gov. Palin an even break, but they’re only about 20 percent of the population, so they aren’t relevant to the mission of the this documentary (aside from the fact that they helped to perpetuate the media-driven lies about Sarah Palin by repeating them over and over again).” And, says Painter, minority groups, “will not even bother to watch the movie anyway.” Golly! What would EVER cause those darn minorities to feel disenchanted with the Palin Pack? Could THEY be holding a GRUDGE for these wild-ass insults… that have flown… From the Mouth of Sarey?:
Nope! According to Josh Painter minority groups in American society are just plain Not Needed On The Ark!
Painter concludes: “All this film need do is persuade those who sit for it to give her a second look, one not contaminated by media misrepresentation. Given that criteria, I believe that it will be a great success.“
The really important issue that the Palin camp needs to get a grip on is Sarey’s own public image as a buffoon and a bigot. The lady lacks public credibility. When a list of Top Tweets for the
TWEEEEEET! Anybody home?
Best Alternate Title for “The Undefeated
” includes such spiteful mockery aimed personally at the on-again, off-again “candidate” (will she? won’t she?) as : “Dumb and Dumberer. Or How to Succeed in Politics Without Really Knowing Anything
,” “2 Dumb 2 Furious,
” “Dude, Where’s My Integrity?
;” “How to Train Your Dragon Lady
,” “A Disgrace Odyssey
,” and “Swindler’s List
…it’s time for someone from The Palin Pack to call out: “Wasilla Base, We Have A Problem Here!” And the problem is the candidate.
Narcissistic malingering has been a lifelong personality trait of Sarah Palin. IF she is serious about declaring her candidacy for the 2012 election, she might want to consider how far back in the lineup she already is. The following candidates have already declared ( as of the date of this writing, 29 June, 2011):
Names of formally declared candidates appear in bold.
- Michele Bachmann, U.S. Representative from Minnesota
- Herman Cain, former Federal Reserve banker and businessman from Georgia
- Newt Gingrich, former U.S. Speaker of the House of Representatives from Georgia
- Jon Huntsman, Jr., former U.S. Ambassador to China and former Governor governor of Utah
- Gary Johnson former Governor of New Mexico
- Fred Karger, political consultant and gay rights activist from California
- Andy Martin, perennial candidate from Illinois
- Jimmy McMillan, perennial candidate from New York
- Roy Moore, former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court of Alabama
- Ron Paul, U.S. Representative from Texas
- Tim Pawlenty, former Governor of Minnesota
- Buddy Roemer, former Governor of Louisiana
- Mitt Romney, former Governor of Massachusetts
- Rick Santorum, former Senator from Pennsylvania
- Jonathon Sharkey, perennial candidate from Florida
That’s fifteen eager beavers. Next to them, how will Sarey look, lolling in at the last moment, making a fashionably late Grand Entrance?
And as some good Brit said Somewhere, Sometime : “Adding milk to tea just enhances the taste.”
“Here, pussy, pussy! Milk and TEA TIME!“
sigh…nothing more sad than a retarded pussy.
Isn’t THAT Special