SARAH PALIN

NEW YORK, NY – With the crib notes incident behind her, Sarah Palin has voiced her anger over a popular show’s spoof!
The show, Family Guy, recently aired an episode in which they mocked Trig Palin’s Down syndrome. Palin was more than displeased with the episode. She went to her Facebook page and said, “it feel like a kick in the gut.” Her daughter Bristol weighed in on the subject, calling the writers of the show “heartless jerks.”
The episode featured Chris – the Griffin family’s son – bringing home a girlfriend with Down syndrome. The character said that she was daughter of the ex-governor of Alaska.
The animation’s creator, Seth McFarlane, said that the show was “an equal opportunity offender.” He also added, “from its inception, Family Guy has used biting satire as the foundation of its humor.”
Palin added that the issue “begs the question, when is enough enough?”
Check out her interview below.
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12 thoughts on “SARAH PALIN”

  1. Scarah is using her kids again. She MADE Bristol comment. If someone rebutts Bristol, it will be "BWAHHHHH, they are picking on my kids!!!!!".
    IF it's satire for RUSH LIMBAUGH then shut up, $arah, you two stepping circus act.

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  2. Scarah is using her kids again. She MADE Bristol comment. If someone rebutts Bristol, it will be "BWAHHHHH, they are picking on my kids!!!!!".

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  3. A.P: After eating dinnner at the Olive Garden, Sarah Palin took to Twitter to express outrage and dismay that her waiter didn't bring a second order of garlic breadsticks after she asked. "This is yet more examples of how the liberal media tries to ignore real, hard working Americans, by denying them breadsticks. Clearly Barack Obama's job stimulus has failed. How's my makeup?" The former half-term governor of the 47th least populated state in the union remarked. Her 17 Twitter fans agreed, as well as the 24 attendees at "Teabagger-Palooza," being held in the local Tea Klux Klan hall. Polls showed 98% of Americans no longer cared what Palin had to say about breadsticks. Regardless, the Sunday talkshows booked breadstick manufacturers, Olive Garden employees, people who'd eaten breadsticks and, of course, Newt Gingrich, John McCain and Joe Lieberman on all three networks for commentary on what they're now terming: "Breadstickgate."

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  4. When is enough, enough, Sarah Palin?? You're getting more attention the the presidential nominee!!! Where did you come from? Get out of the playing field. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. KThanksBye.

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  5. When is enough, enough, Sarah Palin?? You're accepting added absorption the the presidential nominee!!! Where did you appear from? Get out of the arena field. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. KThanksBye.

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