It took longer than I expected for somebody to hit Sarah Palin with a Nazi comparison, but it finally happened. Frankly I’m a little disappointed that it took so long. The left is getting lazy — but fighting make-believe Nazis takes a lot out of you.

Perpetual idiot with the dreadlocked synapses Whoopi Goldberg is one of the first to go Nazi hunting in a column about Palin:

This is a very dangerous woman, because I believe for her intents and purposes, she’s OK if everybody lives a certain way, that is to say, the way God ordained men and women to be. Well, already she’s breaking that because she’s the daddy. She’s going to run the country and the husband is going to take care of the kids. I just found the whole thing sad and very musty and very much like a Bund rally, but maybe that was just me.

A Bund rally? Did Whoopi not see the 80,000-strong heilstorm at Invesco Field, complete with fake backdrop, loyalist chants and piped-in music that made the Nuremberg Rally look like a PTA meeting?

By the way, I found out that Whoopi edits her own columns. Here’s a sentence from earlier in the column:

She was part of a campaign to succeed Alaska from the United States of America.

And now Palin wants the rest of the country to succeed. How awful!

My personal favorite:

I was saddened by this woman because I think she has contempt for people who don’t believe as she believes…

If only Palin could be as tolerant as Whoopi Goldberg — who heard a few thousand people cheering challenges to the experience of Obama, pitbull-with-lipstick jokes and calls for energy independence and immediately compared it to a Nazi rally.

Keep talking, Whoopi. Our side needs you.

Update: If you want to have nightmares for the next several evenings, click here.

Comments

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.