Fox News got another compelling interview with the diva of the Republican Party.
No, not Rudy Guiliani in drag — the other diva. Sarah Palin, who’s been studying stuff in the news don’t ‘cha know, and spoke out on the issues of the day.
Make that the “I told you so” tour.
Sean Hannity interviewing Sarah Palin is like a reunion between Edgar Bergan and Charlie McCarthy.
Palin scolded President Obama for being a socialist and said gunk like “Ya gotta stop diggin’ that hole” speaking of government spending and how it will get us deeper in debt.
The Alaskan Avalance of Awesomeness also said if we don’t watch out the “country could involve into something we don’t recognize.”
Like her as leader of the free world maybe.
Insanity, uh, Hannity acted like a Britney Spears groupie when in the presence of the nation’s most famous pistol-packin’ mama.
You wanna show some grit, Missy, hook up with Katie Courac for another indepth interview where you stumble over simple questions that aren’t given to you like on Fox News.
Diva Destruction was in the Nation’s Capitol for the Republican Congressional fundraiser where she stole the show from Newt Gingrich and the party of the white guys by doin’ one of those model walks that Tina Fey covered to perfection on Saturday Night Live.
The most idiotic speaker at the dinner wasn’t Palin, because she didn’t get a chance to speak, but actor Jon Voight.
One could almost forgive him for anything he says because he was half responsible for bringing Angelina Jolie into the world.
But he’s on in years and rather a dimwit. During the 2008 primary season, Midnight Cowboy was the one who said something like God and the angels made it possible for Rudy 9-11 to run for president.
Monday night at the dinner, Voight’s “Deliverance” involved bringing and end to the “false prophet” President Obama. There he goes again with Republican religious talking points again.
Voight also predicted that Obama’s “oppressive” administration would cause the “downfall” of the country.
Republican leaders praised Voight for his comments.
No one had to spike the Kool-Aid that night.
Newt said Voight’s remarks were “a rallying cry until the next elections in 2010.”
According to them, we should live so long.
Voight said he was “embarrassed” by the president.
You want to talk embarrassing, Jon, how about your performance in such turkeys as “Anaconda.”
Or that Rudy comment.
Your track record is about as good as it was after winning an Oscar for “Coming Home” — in the 1970s!
Of course Voight appeared as a villain on “24” — the Republican Party’s favorite TV show and the closest thing to their Bible, except for the Old Testament.
Funny thing about Republicans, they slam Hollywood for being elite, but when they get has-beens like Voight and Chuck Norris to spew their fear and prophecies of Democratic doom, they act like star-struck 10th 5th grade girls.
Voight is apparently trying to pick up the maniacal mantle left behind by Moses himself, Charlton Heston.
Heston was a mere paranoid about the right for us to keep our guns. Voight is of a new era of fear monger. On an entirely different level.
And the script he’s reading from is scarier than anything Stephen King could create.
False prophet? That’s crazy talk. One too many drinks since your career started its long decline there, pardner.
You’re now better known as Angelina Jolie’s father.
As stated, one could almost forgive you anything for that.
Now she can act. She could even play Palin in a movie.
As for who would play you — well, in Hollywood talk they’d pass you over and say, give me a Sean Connery type.
If you were cast as yourself, your performance would end up on the cutting room floor.
Your performance at that GOP dinner was believable — your fear mongering made Dick Cheney look like an understudy.
For your next performance, try playing a mute.