Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Sarah's Latest Run In

It seems that Sarah Palin is quite unhappy with Newsweek for the photo of her on their cover this week.







Once again she resorts to facebook to offer up her rant on this latest upset in her life.







The choice of photo for the cover of this week's Newsweek is unfortunate.
When it comes to Sarah Palin, this "news" magazine has relished focusing on the irrelevant rather than the relevant. The Runner's World magazine one-page profile for which this photo was taken was all about health and fitness - a subject to which I am devoted and which is critically important to this nation. The out-of-context Newsweek approach is sexist and oh-so-expected by now. If anyone can learn anything from it: it shows why you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, gender, or color of skin. The media will do anything to draw attention - even if out of context.



- Sarah Palin



Sarah Palin Facebook Note Page



First of all, if the picture bothers her so much why did she pose for it? Secondly she claims that the photos she did for the "Runners World" article were about health and fitness, and yet that picture has nothing to do with running, and all about her posing. What do the two blackberries apparently surgically attached to her hand have to do with health and fitness?


What about that American Flag, so casually tossed over a chair for her to lean on, what does that have to do with running, or health or fitness? Does she think that if she doesn't have the flag right there that no one will know she is from the United States?



I also have to question her claims that the runners world interview was a "one page profile", when in fact it was 5 pages long, and had numerous photos of her posing. None of her running, or even looking like she does when she is *really* going out for a run



Like this..........








Not quite the same look she had in the magazine photos that's for sure.






Now if you feel like reading all 5 pages of the interview with her you can do so Here

Otherwise, to give you an example of some of the questions asked of her during this interview....

*So you grew up running with your siblings?

*What did your parents teach you about running?

*If the campaign had turned out differently, you would have been in Washington D.C. much of the time. Was there a part of you that was a little reluctant to leave behind the landscape of Alaska for four or eight years?

*What about in a race? Could you beat the president?


So yeah, that is really all about Health and fitness Sarah..NOT! The only one who is using sex to sell themselves is YOU and you are more than just a little obvious about it. You cry sexism at every turn, much like throwing shit against the wall, you are just hoping at some point something sticks.

Grow up Sarah and stop turning yourself into a victim at every turn and maybe you will have fewer covers asking "How Do You Solve A Problem Like Sarah?". They ask that question because never in the history of this country has there been someone so hell bent on getting famous, and ensuring that their face is EVERYWHERE, while at the same time consistantly proving that they have the intellectual capacity of a garden slug.

2 comments:

  1. crystalwolf aka caligrlNovember 17, 2009 at 8:45 AM

    LMAO!!! Boy she is using facebook to write angry little screeds....just like a queen..Oopsie! She is a queen...the quitter queen, lol! I read one of her minions in sea of urine sad the facebook was getting old and it is...she wants to dish it out but can't take it. Newsweek took that pic from her runner's world....Only they put it on their front page and added type to it.... :)
    And she wants to be taken seriously? She get mad if anything she reads or hears doesn't show or tell her of farting rainbows!
    Epic Fail!

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  2. She does have that "Bitter Quitter" thing working against her that is for sure.

    It is amusing to watch her complain about this photo, considering she posed for it, while she was still the Governor, and it really has nothing to do with "running". She is posed, in her home with the blackberries, and the flag she is dishonoring. She wants to be taken seriously but she is willing to pose like this, and then she can't understand why she isn't given more respect.

    She really can't handle having people dislike her and speak out about it.

    The caption of that Newsweek is dead on. She is a "problem" that needs to be dealt with. People need to call her out on her lies, & her hypocrisy and it is nice to see the media is finally doing it.

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