Tuesday, March 09, 2010

At Least She Knows it's Ironic

So far, I've only heard this blurb on it, but it bears noting that what Sarah Palin would have you believe is a Socialist program aimed at creating "death panels," is what she and her family made use of when she lived in Western Alaska. From the article linked above: ""We used to hustle over the border for health care we received in Canada," Palin said in her first Canadian appearance since stepping down as governor of Alaska. 'And I think now, isn't that ironic?'"

Yes. It's ironic. It's also disingenuous. You have spent months railing against the very same program you took advantage of when it was convenient for you.

2 comments:

bondwooley said...

Palin should have stayed in Canada - so that the rest of us can stop threatening to move there!

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