Liberal radio host Randi Rhodes made some terribly odd assumptions about GOP vice presidential candidate, Sarah Palin on September 12(my emphasis added throughout):
She's the woman that shows up at the kids' birthday party and starts opining about everything from politics to lawn care. This is the woman that knows it all...will shout you down...will get revenge on you. That's who she is. She's friends with all the teenage boys. You have to say no when your kids go, 'Can we sleep over the Palin's?'...'No!, No!'
Brian Maloney of The Radio Equalizer initially found this terribly disturbing monologue of Rhodes. It is one thing for a liberal like Rhodes to critique conservative ideology. However, it is a whole other for a broadcaster to make such outlandish insinuations without any evidence whatsoever.
Rhodes is known for making outrageous commentary, but her attack is a reflection of the mounting nonsense that is being thrown at Palin on a daily basis.
Keeping track of the lies hurled at Palin has become a difficult task for conservatives. If we are not debunking "the real mother of Trig Palin" silliness, then we are demanding a retraction from the New York Times, when the paper erroneously reports Palin was part of the Alaskan secessionist movement.
Rhodes's attack, on the other hand, was nothing but an emotional ball of tangled yarn. The desperate level of the left is being revealed, just when they thought 2008 would be theirs to keep.
**Edited Sun Sept.14, 2008 10:53 am est.