Apparently, the response was aired on MSNBC's Morning Joe today.
Here it is:
Palin's video is being described as "word-salady, incoherent," a "train-wreck," "unintelligible," and "incoherent" again.
"We believe"? Wait, I thought fast food joints, hurh. Don't you guys think that they're like of the Devil or somethin' I was. Liberals, you want to send those evil employees who would dare work at a fast food joint then ya just don't believe in, thought you wanted to, I dunno, send them to Purgatory or somethin' so they all go VEGAN and, uh, wages and picket lines I dunno they're not often discussed in Purgatory, are they? I dunno why are you even worried about fast food wages because dha.
"Well, we believe an America where minimum wage jobs they're not lifetime gigs they're stepping stones to a good job with sustainable wages -- teaches work ethic. We believe helping Americans climb the economic ladder -- not get stuck on the first rung."
It is truly shocking that Palin doesn't understand that her policies on education -- which she addresses in the full video -- where she says students who can't afford college shouldn't go to college, makes getting out of a minimum wage job nearly impossible.
And it is truly shocking that Palin doesn't understand that, as MSNBC reports, that of low-wage earners, "not quite one-third are unmarried with no kids, which in most cases will mean they live alone and provide 100% of their 'family' income." And, "almost as many – 27% – are married, which presumably means two incomes. The remaining 29% are single parents, which means their low wages must provide 100% of a family income that supports an actual family."
In today's economy, Sarah, for too many Americans, minimum wage jobs are lifetime gigs -- they're not stepping stones to a good job with sustainable wages.
Interestingly, Warren mentioned marriage equality -- Palin didn't touch it.