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Sarah Palin Resigned Over Retarded Sex Tape

by | 4th, July 2009

palin-dog WANT to know why Sarah Palin quit as Governor of Alaska, and wants to keep that sex tape quiet? (O0ps!) The US media knows why Palin quit. In telling readers why, the nodding heads explain why to escape this kind of misogynistic personal abuse :

Increase Retards

In Sarah Palin’s resignation announcement she complained about the treatment of her son Trig who always teaches her life lessons. She said that the “world needs more Trigs, not fewer.” That’s a presidential campaign promise we can all get behind. She will be the first politician to actually try to increase the population of retarded people Huffington Post, Erik Sean Nelson

Nelson achieves a new low in journalism.

Spread Downs Syndrome

She wants to spread Down syndrome. When, earlier today, Sarah expressed a desire for more “Trigs” in the world, I could not have agreed more, because Down syndrome is just too cute to be reserved for 1 in 800 births – Talking Points Memo.

Wayne Francis mines a new low in the abuse aimed at Palin

She’s Pregnant

In a discussion on CNN earlier today with Candy Crowley, Rick Sanchez says:

There have been a couple other situations that might cause someone to feel a lot of stress. But aside from those, is there anything going on with her that perhaps may lead her to want to make this decision, and the one thing that’s still left out there is, hey, could she be pregnant againInquisitr

Blood sports

Sarah Palin abruptly resigned on Friday as governor of Alaska, saying she did not want to waste her time on ”political blood sport” and would hand power to her deputy later this monthFT

President Palin

Sarah Palin, the former Republican vice-presidential candidate who electrified her party’s campaign last year, has resigned as Alaska’s governor in a dramatic decision that has fuelled speculation she is positioning herself to run for presidentThe Guardian

She Breached Ethics

More importantly, there are rumors in Alaska that more Ethics Act charges are in the works and that there is also a more serious Federal investigation focusing on Palin during her tenure as mayor in Wasilla and the building of her home and a sports complex in Wasilla, long speculated to have been linked. It’s the one very touchy subject whenever you bring it up in the MatSu Valley. As someone who is writing a book on Palin, I can attest to the fact that there are always rumors flying about her, not all of them true, but this seems like a real possibility, especially given the timing of her announcement today – Huffington Post, Geoffrey Dunn

Such are the,er, facts.

To Cash In

Palin also has a multi-million dollar book project for Rupert Murdoch that she needs to complete in time for a spring release. That’s some serious cabbage, and there were grumblings in Alaska about the book deal as well. There will be other lucrative, high-visibility media options for her shortly down the road. Don’t be surprised to hear of one of those popping up soon. This frees her up to reach for the gold ring without her minions being able to register any complaints. In that respect, it’s a logical moveHuffington Post, Geoffrey Dunn

A book? Yes, like the one Geffrey Dunn is writing about how much he, er, knows about Sarah Palin.

The Roving Republican

The head of the Republican Governor’s Association said on Friday that in emails sent to him moments before she announced her resignation as governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin discussed expanding the role she played in the Republican Party.

“Part of her decision is she wants to spend more time campaigning for candidates,” Nick Ayers, the executive director of the RGA, told Fox News.

“She felt like she needed to make her colleagues around the country aware, so she had given us a brief heads up,” Ayers said of getting the emails. “We have known for a couple of days

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