Remember when the press was reporting that Sarah Palin didn't know what the Bush Doctrine was? Our friend Bill O'Rielly stood up for her by saying nobody, including him, knew what that meant (though it was displayed via YouTube he knew well what it meant).
Well that Sarah Palin suddenly appears a lot brighter than the Sarah Palin of today. I wish these latest revelations about Palin, Africa, and NAFTA could have come to light before the election, not just to widen Obama's margins even more, but so we could perhaps see this segment from Bill, in defense of the good Governor:
Bill O'Rielly: Tonight viewers we take a look at the latest Palin-bashing and gotcha journalism going on out there in the liberal media. You won't believe this, but yes, they are now chomping at the bit because evidently Governor Palin does not have a Ph.D. in geography. (Sarcastically) Now while I am sure if put on the spot, with their own gotcha questions thrown back in their face, the New York Times editorial board could name every city, province, territory, state, and country in the world from memory, but does that mean if a person can't do that they can't be vice president?
The Times sure thinks so. George Soros, MoveOn.org, and the New York Times are raking Sarah Palin over the coals now because she doesn't know everything there is to know about Africa. Well you know what? I don't know that much about Africa either and I don't think the average American really does either. I mean WHO CARES ABOUT AFRICA?? You've got Africa, and then somewhere in the south there you've got South Africa, EXACTLY like the Governor said!
So Soros, MoveOn, the Times, and their hate-spewing friends at the Daily Kos want to sit there and ask the governor over and over these gothca questions- "name what countries are on what continents". We also saw today instead of engaging in serious debate about NAFTA, they want to engage in semantics and word games about what it stands for and what countries might be involved. If NAFTA is about free trade, which is about globalization, and proponents of globalization are telling us there is really no such thing as North America, how can they mock Sarah Palin for her philosophical look at what countries make up North America? That's all the governor was trying to say about that, but was naturally taken out of context. Let me tell you something viewers...voters don't care about this or about Africa either, they care about the American economy and low taxes. And to the liberal media, you can strike at Sarah Palin all you want, but it only makes her more popular. Africa...SHEESH!
Well, that's our assclown segment for tonight, coming up next I will yell at the camera about anything and everything, unless Karl Rove joins me, then I'll be sporting these new O'Rielly Factor "No-Spin" kneepads, and you can grab a pair yourself at FoxNews.com/O'Rielly where you can get all kinds of O'Rielly Factor gear...we'll be back in just a moment. (Exit music plays)