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Sarah Palin Responds to Implant Rumors . . . Why Oh Why? | June 13, 2010

My first thought was, why are we talking about Sarah Palin’s breasts at all? Unless her brain function is contained there, there is absolutely no reason to speculate about whether or not Palin had breast implants.

But here I am, talking about it. Because there Palin is, talking about it.

In my own defense, I’m not really concerned with the fact of the implants — though personally, I don’t see how she could have had it done, considering that she’s in the public eye almost daily spewing some new Palinanity. When would she have had time? Maybe she just gained weight. On the other hand, she practically gave birth to her last child during a cross-country flight, and didn’t tell people she was pregnant until she was about to deliver, so there’s that.

No, the reason I’m talking about it is because Palin — who can never let sleeping dogs lie, and keeps her Facebook and Twitter feeds busy night and day giving us way too much information — responded to the implant rumor in an interview with Greta van Sustern on Fox News.

” . . . A report like that is about as real and truthful as reports that [my husband] Todd and I are divorcing or that I bought a place in the Hamptons or that [my son] Trigg is not my own child.”

But, here’s the thing: For all we know, she and Todd ARE getting a divorce, she’s decorating her place in the Hamptons as we speak, and Trigg is really Bristol’s kid. In order to believe Palin’s implant denial, we have to also believe that those other denials are true. Given Palin’s often slippery hold on the truth, believing all those other assertions — or, in fact, much of anything she says — is a stretch.

Therefore, the implant story, which was previously just an idle rumor, has just been given new life . . . by Palin herself.

Will that woman ever learn?


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  1. Frankly you are so bitten by Palin hate as to come up with that ridiclous argument from absurdity.If you were bothered about facts it would take a minute to check if she had a house in the Hampton’s-but obviously PDS stopped you from doing that.
    You make yourself look a fool.

    Comment by Farrell — June 13, 2010 @ 12:38 PM

    • …and Farrell, your blind Palin loyalty apparently makes you overlook *HER* ongoing inconvenient-y thing when it comes to the truth. As long as Palin has tweaked other bits of info (like the “bridge to nowhere,” the AK ethics investigations, the “family vote” on running for VP, and all those others in that link above and noted MULTIPLE other places), Julie’s point is spot-on: How do we know when she might be bending reality to best suit her interests or support whatever narrative she’s trying to peddle this time?

      Comment by Michael Sweeney — June 13, 2010 @ 12:47 PM

    • Farrell: Not having access to any kind of legal program that would allow me to search by trust or other mechanisms to hide property ownership, I have no way of knowing if she or you or anyone else owns a house in the Hamptons. I dislike the woman intensely, always will — I make no bones about it. We’ll never know about a house in the Hamptons . . . or anywhere else.

      Comment by Liberal TKO — June 13, 2010 @ 12:57 PM

  2. Sweeney-you pick and choose to approve what a politician does/says based on your bias.what is acceptable to you from Obama (which far outweighs your,debatably, below par aspects of Palin) e.g.:
    1.Closing Guantanamo (nope)
    2.Open government-we will post bills (nope)
    3.Don’t ask don’t tell gone (nope-fudged)
    4.Unemployment at 8% at most (nope)
    and etc etc is the mark of a failed politician which is why he has dropped from 69% to 44% in the polls and will soon be under 40%-the worst polling since records were kept for a similar time frame.Tell you what-lets meet here in November and discuss what the American public think of your “yes we can” leader and party. As for Liberal TKO-that is just silly-don’t you think (I guess you don’t which is rather sad) that if Palin did have a house in the Hamptons that the media would have made a song and dance about it? Of course they would have.Again you have made a fool of yourself with your silly construct. And again again,lets see what the voters think of your ideology in November.

    Comment by Farrell — June 13, 2010 @ 4:00 PM

    • Whatta maroon! Look, Farrell – and I know Julie wants a more “cordial” tone of debate out here, but… – clearly you seem to be too stupid to tell the differences between “policy objectives” (which are ongoing and – in some cases – WILL be achieved eventually (once yer side of the “Party of ‘No!'” stops screaming like a denied 8-yr-old and holding things up that the near-60% elected majority party wants)) and flat-out lies…lies of a personal nature, as well as those professional ones that video instantly refutes.

      So…go ahead – you support a liar (and a dim-bulb one, too), while we support a cautious, bright leader who is trying MIGHTILY to fix all the junk yer previous guy crapped onto the American plate. (I swear, the ovaries and testicles are about the ONLY notable differences between W. and Palin…)

      Oh, and, BTW, when it comes to meeting back in November, I’ll take it further – let’s meet back in Nov. ’12, cuz I GUARANTEE you that our guy gets re-elected then and you (and the rest of yer Palinite / Bagger friends) end up scrathing yer head and sobbing about “Why, why…I thought there were more of us ‘REAL’ Amer’cans…?”

      Comment by Michael Sweeney — June 14, 2010 @ 1:00 AM

  3. I love it!! A liberal with a heart and a brain (misguided as it it). I love your new word–Palinanity. I think WE can use it to help inform those poor souls out there who are in need of some common sense information.

    Comment by A. Morehead — June 14, 2010 @ 1:16 AM

    • …Uh, pardon me if I’ve interpreted wrongly (and, no, I’m not the stand-by Lib responder to EVERY comment out here…lol!), but…Morehead, between your “misguided” comment and identifying yourself as “WE,” I assume you are a Palin fan.

      Fair enough! Uh, but you DO know that Julie came up with the word you want to claim by deftly combining “Palin” and a form of “inane”…and, furthermore, I assume you fully know (or can easily determine) the meaning of the latter word…

      …I’ll just wait here for the eventual sound of your palm slapping into your forehead (or perhaps not…LOL!)…Have a good one…(see – I CAN be cordial and polite, Julie!)

      Comment by Michael Sweeney — June 14, 2010 @ 1:33 AM

    • I think that many of us — conservatives and libs — can identify idiots when we see ’em, no matter what side of the aisle they’re on (and yes, I can name a few from MY side as well). Thanks for reading, AM!

      Comment by Liberal TKO — June 14, 2010 @ 1:41 AM

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