Yes, I'm still here serving up the crazy
Have you been jonesing for some good old fashioned Sarah Palin stupid? Of course you have! And you're in luck. Via
[Obama is] underestimating the wisdom of women. Because women understand there is access to preventative care and contraception out there, and we don't need government to tell our employers that they must provide that for us.
Oh, sure. It's President Obama who thinks women are stupid. Not Sarah Palin—who trusts the "wisdom of women" so much she thinks the government should make health care decisions for women who are too dumb to understand things like "pregnancy means you're pregnant."
And isn't just too cute for words that all of a sudden, Palin and her fellow Republicans are claiming women—wise women, anyway—are perfectly capable of obtaining birth control "out there"? The part they're conveniently not mentioning is that "out there" usually means Planned Parenthood, the nation's biggest provider of women's health care, including contraception. The very same Planned Parenthood that Palin and her fellow Republicans have been trying so hard to shut down so that women no longer can obtain contraception "out there."
But never mind all that; Sarah says contraception isn't even the real issue:
Truly, it is a war on our religious liberties and that violation of conscience that he would mandate that is un-American because it violates our First Amendment in our Constitution."
What does that mean? No clue. Typical Sarah Palin gobbledygook. Giving women access to birth control violates our freedomz or something, I guess. Not that it's surprising that Palin is confused about contraception. Forty percent of her children are pretty confused about it too.