Friday, October 30, 2009

Halloween Horror

Yes, it's Halloween again. From the bowels of the earth come the tortured souls who come to claim the world as theirs for one night before returning to the pungent holes of their inner hells.
That's kind of what it was like on Countdown the other night.

In his interview with CBS, Levi Johnston said he knew things that could get Palin in trouble and that she "routinely referred to her baby, Trig, who suffers from Down syndrome, as 'retarded.'" The Sarah Palin Blog pointed out "The remarks have been condemned by every credible news source - and then there is MSNBC - who took the opportunity to inflict more pain on the Palin family by bringing in Palin critic and proven liar Shannyn Moore."

Moore, who once complained in her blog for The Huffington Post that Sarah Palin does nothing to denounce the idiocy of extremists in a blog about Dr. Tiller's murder didn't let any of the facts get in the way that day when she quoted every single thing that Palin wrote on her Facebook page except this:
"I feel sorrow for the Tiller family. I respect the sanctity of life and the tragedy that took place today in Kansas clearly violates respect for life. This murder also damages the positive message of life, for the unborn, and for those living. Ask yourself, 'What will those who have not yet decided personally where they stand on this issue take away from today's event in Kansas?'

Regardless of my strong objection to Dr. Tiller's abortion practices, violence is never an answer in advancing the pro-life message."
Moore, who says she can't say if Levi is lying or not, deflects to the "we all know Sarah Palin has a lying problem" so that she can segue into her usual pitiful, vindictive shpeel about Sarah Palin. Who cares if Moore thinks Levi is a liar or not? "Using Shannyn Moore as an expert on the truth is like using Reverend Jeremiah Wright as an expert on race relations," says The Sarah Palin Blog.

The depths of her hatred for Sarah Palin reveals a deep dark black hole in Shannyn Moore's soul. Like a woman tortured by the contrast between Palin's accomplishments and her own, Moore chooses to advance her media career specializing in hatred, rather than advancing herself as a positive progressive.

Moore tries to explain away her own vapidness by complaining that the reason Sarah Palin seems so popular is that she is selling her book at a discount. It's understanding to see why Moore would be so catty given the small following she has on her radio show and Twitter page.

So as the goblins and ghouls make their Halloween appearances, we see the horrors of the images of a media created zombie who doesn't care for his own child, or his own dignity for that matter, meeting with the vacant cries of a black cat that will never recover from the emotional cancer that spreads throughout her tortured mind.

Those who think they can take down Sarah Palin continue to bark at the moon on this All Hallows Eve.

1 comment:

  1. We have to remember that Moore is a lunatic. Just this past May she spread the rumor that people turned their backs on Gov. Palin at a Memorial Day service because they were outraged that her skirt was too short. Moore went so far as to accuse Gov. Palin of dressing like a "biker chic." Naturally, this spread through the blogosphere, and Moore nursed it for what it was worth, but of course, it was nothing but a bald face lie, no such thing had happened at all. Moore continued carping about Palin's skirts, legs and shoes for quite some time afterwards. How creepy is it that one woman follows anothter woman around taking pictures of her legs and shoes? Then there was Moore's famous announcement that Palin was about to be arrested by the FBI and indicted for some kind of crime, and that is why she was going to resign. Like everything that spews out of Moore's mouth, that was such a big lie, that the FBI did something that it had seldom, if every done, issued a statement saying that the rumor was untrue.

    It is not surprising that MSNBC has Moore on from time to time, it's just a sign of how sick that organization is. I didn't see the episode you refer to, but the last time I saw Moore on 0lberman's show, she was wearing Palinesque glasses, which I thought was weird in itself.