Jon Stewart channels his inner Staten Island Italian with yet another hilarious take down – this one of “The Donald” and his recent NY pizza lunch with Sarah Palin.
First of all, Sarah, its pretty fucking explicable.
You see, US Courts (which are like the “Mama Grizzlies of the Law”, if that helps), have jurisdiction over things like copyrights, (which are what you would want to get if you, say, want to protect a book you wrote, or the word “refudiate” that you invented).
WikiLeaks on the other hand is hosted by a Swedish based company (FYI Sweden is a lot like Alaska in that it’s cold and white, but DIFFERENT in that their economy is based on meatballs & apartment furniture rather than raping the earth for oil). ANYWAY. Long story short, US courts don’t have jurisdiction over Sweden because it’s a different country.
Secondly, I’m not sure WikiLeaks act was “treasonous”. Actually, I’m pretty sure that for something to be “treasonous” it must contain elements of “treason”, a word which is defined as follows:
noun (also high treason)
the crime of betraying one’s country, esp. by attempting to kill the sovereign or overthrow the government
So, you see Sarah, unless WikiLeaks and its founders were American, WHICH they aren’t, they would be incapable of being “treasonous” against the United States.
NOT that any of this matters though, as the blatantly obvious point of this Tweet was to conceal a plug for your new book within your ill conceived political philosophy.
And for THAT merging of private business and government, Sarah Palin, I hereby certify you as ready to take the Republican nomination for President.
You are a stupid whore.
I grabbed the above from my Tumblr feed. I have nothing more to add. Amazing the stupidity that can be demonstrated in 140 characters. To quote the Maitre’D from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off: “I weep for the future” if this woman gets any closer to the White House than she did in 2008.
Why does this answer…
remind me of this answer?
We could be in a heap of trouble. Wait, we already are in a heap of trouble.