Lies and Ignorant Statements by Sarah Palin

By Jason Linkins

As much as I try to hew to what I call Weigel's First Constant — which asserts that a diminished value should be placed on the social network statements that emerge from somewhere in the camp of Sarah Palin — this is just too bizarre not to mention.

See, as everyone knows, Palin is pretty much defined as the ultimate in "Drill, Baby, Drill". And she has so many thoughts on the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, and What It Means. Mostly, her thoughts evolves slowly, as she learns from other people what she is supposed to think about any given issue. But today, Sarah Inc. took to its Twitter account to offer some lessons about What The Gulf Oil Spill Teaches Us. Her bottom line: don't trust the foreign oils!

Gulf: learn from Alaska's lesson w/foreign oil co's: don't naively trust- VERIFY. Livelihood affected by spill?Don't sign away remedy rightsless than a minute ago via OpenBeak

Yes, it's obviously the fault of those devious Brits! Commence the racial profiling, right?

Of course, while it's based in Britain, BP is a massive, publicly-traded, multinational energy conglomerate, commonly referred to as a "supermajor". It's just one of three companies that are heavily involved with the Deepwater Horizon facility. The other two are Halliburton, an American company, and TransOcean. Spawned from a U.S. company called Sonat, TransOcean became what it is today after mergers with and acquisitions of various foreign entities. It's now headquartered in Switzerland.

Fun fact! I'm not sure that Palin knows this, but another "supermajor" is ExxonMobil, a United States company that I seem to recall has a rather complicated history with the state of Alaska for some reason.

UPDATE:  For eighteen long years, that dodgy, not-to-be-trusted foreign oil company known as British Petroleum_ Alaska employed Todd Palin  

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Sarah and Todd Palin are liars and hypocrites!! Why are they allowed to continue in their lies and ingnorant statements?

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Guest
    May 06, 2010 @ 12:38:00

    Dishonesty is in her nature. And now that she has a big stage supported by a rabid base, I suspect that we will be subjected to this for quite some time. I am not a conservative, but I welcome a dialog with a sane conservative. After all… this country has people of many different valid viewpoints. Compromise is how it works. She is making things difficult.


  2. Syrin from Wasilla
    May 06, 2010 @ 15:30:00

    Hello welcome to my blog.
    I agree, compromise is how it works in a relationship, when raising children and in politics. It's neccesary when ever you have to deal with others.


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