Cat Fight, Part 2

She’s very boring to me, very boring. And a very, to me, kind of a dangerous person. I mean, she’s dangerous. She speaks, she’s, she’s so confused. And anyone like that in government is a real problem.Martha Stewart

I’m still waiting…

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Come on, cable news, it’s the holiday season, so give us a gift of the Diva Wars!

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30 responses to “Cat Fight, Part 2

  1. writechic

    Pssst, Palin! Your cue. Next line should have something to do with prison.


  2. Oh, a cat fight–I love cat fights! They turn me on. It’s why, when I play a wrestling video game, I play a female wrestler and ask my partner to play one, too. Rawr! =^^=

    Speaking of women, wrestling, and politics, Matt Taibbi has an interesting insight about Princess Sarah.
    Sarah Palin, WWE Star

    “She is the country’s first WWE politician — a cartoon combatant who inspires stadiums full of frustrated middle American followers who will cheer for her against whichever villain they trot out, be it Newsweek, Barack Obama, Katie Couric, Steve Schmidt, the Mad Russian, Randy Orton or whoever. Her followers will not know that she is the perfect patsy for our system, designed as it is to channel popular anger in any direction but a useful one, and to keep the public tied up endlessly in pointless media melees over meaningless nonsense (melees of the sort that develop organically around Palin everywhere she goes). Like George W. Bush, even Palin herself doesn’t know this, another reason she’s such a perfect political tool.

    With Going Rogue, the 2012 reality show has already begun. As brainless political theater, she can’t be topped. It’s just too bad for conservatives that she happens to be unsustainably divisive and, as Newsweek points out, a really good bet to permanently marginalize the Republican party by reducing it to a pissed-off, semi-coherent mob that repulses independent voters on a visceral level.”

    Ah, Princess Sarah, a D-List actress with a political power base!

  3. Speaking of Matt Taibbi, in his next blog post, he mentions Princess Sarah and cat fight together!
    Yes, Sarah, There is a Media Conspiracy

    “Is the media out to get Sarah Palin? It seems like most of the letters I get are insisting that I admit it. “Surely you can’t deny,” writes one woman from Florida, “that no political figure in American history has had to put up with what Sarah Palin has had to put up with from the mainstream media.”

    Now, this is the part of this red-blue schtick where I’m supposed to strike back without thinking and re-hash the history of, say, the Monica Lewinsky scandal in rebuttal and then, as the argument progresses, do the whole “I know you are but what am I?” thing until the end of time. I’ve decided from now on that I’m just not going to go there with any of this culture-war bullshit. It’s exhausting. I mean, hell, if you want to argue over who’s more justified in wallowing in media victimhood, that’s not a fight I mind losing. Mazel tov!

    I would, however, like to point out a few things, none of which really involve taking sides in this particular cat-fight. In no particular order:

    1) The political media has always taken it upon itself to make decisions about who is and who is not qualified to be taken seriously as candidates for higher office. Without even talking about whether they do this more or less to Republicans or Democrats, I can testify that I witnessed this phenomenon over and over again in the primary battles within the Democratic Party. It has always been true that the press corps has drawn upon internalized professional biases, high-school-style groupthink and the urging of insider wonks to separate candidates into “serious” and “unserious” groups before the shots even start to be fired.

    2) When that does happen, when the press corps decides to abandon all restraint and go for the head shot, it usually tells us a lot more about the reporters’ bosses and what they’re thinking than it does about the reporters themselves. Your average political reporter is a spineless dweeb who went to all the best schools and made it to that privileged seat inside the campaign-trail ropeline by being keenly sensitive to the editorial wishes of his social and professional superiors.

    Once the signal comes down that this or that politician doesn’t have the backing of anyone who matters, that’s when the knives really come out. When a politician has powerful allies and powerful friends, you won’t see reporters brazenly kicking him in the crotch the way they did to Dean and they’re doing now to Sarah Palin. The only time they do this is when they know there won’t be consequences, meaning when the politician’s only supporters are non-entities (read: voters), as in the case of Ron Paul or Kucinich. Like America in general, the press corps never attacks any enemy that can fight back.

    3) So Sarah Palin is now in that category of politician whom reporters feel safe in attacking.

    What the people who are flipping out about the treatment of Palin should be asking themselves is what it means when it’s not just jerks like us but everybody piling on against Palin. For those of you who can’t connect the dots, I’ll tell you what it means. It means she’s been cut loose. It means that all five of the families have given the okay to this hit job, including even the mainstream Republican leaders. You teabaggers are in the process of being marginalized by your own ostensible party leaders in exactly the same way the anti-war crowd was abandoned by the Democratic party elders in the earlier part of this decade. Like the antiwar left, you have been deemed a threat to your own party’s “winnability.”

    And do you know what that means? That means that just as the antiwar crowd spent years being painted by the national press as weepy, unpatriotic pussies whose enthusiastic support is toxic to any serious presidential aspirant, so too will all of you afternoon-radio ignoramuses who seem bent on spending the next three years kicking and screaming your way up the eternal asshole of white resentment now find yourself and your political champions painted as knee-jerk loonies whose rabid irrationality is undeserving of the political center. And yes, that’s me saying that, but I’ve always been saying that, not just about Palin but about George Bush and all your other moron-heroes.

    What’s different now is who else is saying it. You had these people eating out of the palms of your hands (remember what it was like in the Dixie Chicks days?). Now they’re all drawing horns and Groucho mustaches on your heroes, and rapidly transitioning you from your previous political kingmaking role in the real world to a new role as a giant captive entertainment demographic that exists solely to be manipulated for ratings and ad revenue. What you should be asking yourself is why this is happening to you. Even I don’t know the answer to that question, but honestly, I don’t really care. All I know is that I find it extremely funny.”

    • i always figured matt taibbi came over here for his ideas. 😉

      what’s funny is that the people he addresses would never read anything he has to say, and even if they did, they wouldn’t understand it. watch this. it shows the mouth-breathers for who and what they really are.

  4. As a leftist, what’s it like to be wrong so often? Aren’t you all the “ass wipes” who believe in global warming, hook, line and sinker? Anyway, here’s a poll to keep you up at night.

    “Republican candidates have extended their lead over Democrats to seven points, their biggest lead since early September, in the latest edition of the Generic Congressional Ballot.

    The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that 44% would vote for their district’s Republican congressional candidate while 37% would opt for his or her Democratic opponent…

    Voters not affiliated with either party continue to heavily favor Republicans, 44% to 20%.” – Rasmussen Poll

    And this is among likely voters, you pathetic “ass wipes.” Enjoy!

  5. Hiding evidence of global cooling, “Scientific progress depends on accurate and complete data. It also relies on replication. The past couple of days have uncovered some shocking revelations about the baloney practices that pass as sound science about climate change…

    Academics who have purposely hidden data, destroyed information and doctored their results have committed scientific fraud. We can only hope respected academic institutions such as Pennsylvania State University, the University of Arizona and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst conduct proper investigative inquiries. Most important, however, these revelations of fudged science should have a cooling effect on global-warming hysteria and the panicked policies that are being pushed forward to address the unproven theory.” – Washington Times

  6. Five bucks on the felon.


  7. Hey! Those 2 Helens above me ain’t me! It’s KKKarl, the troll stalker from TX.

    Oh, gawd, Nonnie, I busted out laughing at the posters. Sweet! I also read Matt Taibbi’s article yesterday, the second one Neon Vincent posted, and as you know, I snagged that video too (great minds). Great stuff.

    • Welcome to having stalker fanbois. I know what it’s like, except mine are higher quality, which is not always a good thing. I have stories!

      As for the second Princess Sarah story, it looks like Matt hit a nerve with that one, except his targets have too much novacaine in their systems. When it wears off, they will be howling in agony!

    • even though i said i was going to delete any of his comments, i think i’ve figured out a better solution. let’s see how karl likes his new and more descriptive name. 😀

  8. lets put karl in prison like martha and see how he likes it

    i have always like martha stewart – especially her pies (and her love of animals). despite the bitch reputation (working in media, she is no worse than most of the princes and princesses around here) – but prison probably did her psyche some good.

    now wouldnt i like to see palin insides a women’s prison, cleaning the bathroom with a toothbrush while brunhilda stands over.

    ps – taibbi is one of the best journalists around, and one of the few

    when do you do Mr Dobbs Goes to Washington?

    • i never watched martha stewart’s show. all i know is that i despise all the macy’s commercials with all the celeb schmatta sellers, including her. however, you have to respect her as a self-made woman. while she had the advantage of being very pretty, she didn’t depend on her looks. she actually got an education and relied on her brains, unlike princess sarah.

      i can’t do a lou dobbs poster right before thanksgiving, dcAp. i don’t want to ruin everyone’s appetite.

  9. The only way this would interest me is if they filmed these two fighting in a cold, dank cell block, with Cybil Danning as the cruel, sadistic and tight leather clad warden, overlooking the whole affair, with close ups of her licking her lips everytime it looked like Sarah and Martha’s struggle might break into love making at any moment. Then it might be kinda cool…

    • i had to google to see who danning was.

      have you noticed that princess sarah never responded to what martha said? i guess she’s afraid to start a battle of wits with anyone smarter than levi johnston.

  10. Or battle wits with anything with an IQ higher than a dish rag.