Howard Stern Makes Some Great Points About Sarah Palin

I found this monologue by Howard Stern about Sarah Palin on her 8 min ‘It’s not my fault, and I’m a victim’ speech. I thought that he had some very good points.
Howard Stern owns Sarah Palin about Gabrielle Giffords (1/13/2011)

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18 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. pamj1961
    Jan 13, 2011 @ 18:56:29

    Howard Stern is right… Anytime someone say’s something about her that she doesn’t like it is all over the news. David Letterman about Bristol Palin, Seth McFarland with the down syndrome episode of Family Guy, and just about all of the “lame stream media” she gets all bent out of shape. I don’t like Sarah at all and I don’t blame her for what happen in Arizona, but some folks in this country does. So instead of fighting for your image why not just apologize…

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  2. kellyofsiam
    Jan 13, 2011 @ 19:08:49

    Bravo for Stern….he used words to describe the bitch that I wanted to use in comments at other sites. He is correct. Thanks for this

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  3. CO
    Jan 13, 2011 @ 19:20:58

    This crazy bitch is speaking at a hunting club in reno next week. She is insane. She has NO sense of decorum.
    All she knows how to do is double down.
    She needs to be locked up just like that Tucson kid.

    http://www.kolotv.com/home/headlines/Palin_to_Address_Safari_Club_in_Reno_113536654.html

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    • Janet Carter
      Jan 14, 2011 @ 11:32:08

      I am sure she has had this planned for months. Let’s get real, the bitch is on a downhill slide and she needs to bank as much money as possible before she finally crashes for good.

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  4. majii
    Jan 13, 2011 @ 19:28:27

    pamj1961,

    Palin thinks that if she apologizes, it’s a sign of weakness. I have a different view of what an apology means. IMHO, an apology shows that you’re human and have some concern for the effect of your words/actions on others. You realize that just as you can be hurt by someone else’s words/actions, so can others be hurt by your actions/words. I also think an apology is a sign of strength because one who gives an apology doesn’t feel like it will destroy him/her and knows that it doesn’t diminish who he/she is. A heartfelt apology can sometimes change others’ perception of you and smooth relationships among groups of people who don’t always agree with each other. Palin has yet to learn this, so she’ll lay low for a while longer, and re-emerge soon to announce that she’s running for president in 2012, and her supporters will cheer her along every step of the way, paying no attention to the fact that nothing that ever happens is Palin’s fault, even if she’s guilty. Remember Palin’s reaction to the Branchflower Report–she was found guilty of ethics violations, but she said she wasn’t guilty, and we should have all taken her at her word even though we read the report. This is the way Palin thinks.

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  5. Linda
    Jan 13, 2011 @ 20:09:19

    Majii — There are a lot of otherwise normal people in this world who: a. don’t think that they are ever wrong and b. think its a weakness to apologize. I think I’ve worked for a lot of them over the years. It’s tiring and it’s annoying and eventually it’s disgusting. I’ve done my share of trying to educate these people (who have been my bosses). I’m assertive and I’m articulate and they listen to me. And they agree. And then the go right back to doing what they have always done. I agree with your view of what an apology means, and what saying your were wrong means 100%. Sarah, like these other people I’ve encountered in my life, will never change. And you know what — that’s THEIR loss. I just hope that Sarah is never allowed to get into a position where she can inflict her problems on the rest of us!

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    • KiheiKat
      Jan 14, 2011 @ 07:21:54

      I was married to one of those people for many years, Linda. He NEVER apologized for anything, it was always someone else’s fault. Mr. Macho! I’ve celebrated every day since I left him. Never knew there was such peace & happiness to be had. 🙂

      I’ve also had a few bosses who were the same. It’s unfortunate – both for them and for the people who have to deal with them. Mrs. Palin is a perfect example.

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  6. Celia Harrison
    Jan 14, 2011 @ 01:24:55

    That was so refreshing. Sarah Palin is very sick and very dangerous. She needs to shut up and quit wasting our time. She has harmed a lot of people in Alaska by using our incompetent agencies and poorly written legislature. She gets lawyers to manipulate to get her way, she did illegal acts under the cover of the highest legal authority in Alaska the DOL. We have a lot of problems to take care of in this country rather than listen to her bullshit.

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  7. Facebook Lurker
    Jan 14, 2011 @ 04:11:38

    Bravo Howard! Whether you like him or not Howard has always been spot on with Snowdrift Snookie, he called her an idiot from day one.

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  8. Diane
    Jan 14, 2011 @ 04:14:28

    Tell us how you really feel, Howard!

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  9. Janet Carter
    Jan 14, 2011 @ 06:39:54

    I am not a big fan of Stern but I listened to this three times last night and laughed my head off. Stern is spot on about Palin.

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    • Syrin
      Jan 14, 2011 @ 10:06:09

      Thanks Janet for your comment.. Stern is not really someone I listen to either. He often uses words that are quite inflammatory. But, I think in this case it works!

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  10. Bob Cooper
    Jan 14, 2011 @ 06:56:56

    The eight minute Sarah Palin video will forever been known as her “Jerry Springer Moment.”

    In addition if words and images mean nothing as the right wing is claiming with respect to the bulls eyes on SarahPac – Why is it then companies spend billions in advertising dollars on images and words.

    This will be the end of her, thank God, except for the misinformed, uneducated, religious right 5% of her base.

    She really showed he arzz to the rest of the American people that have no time to follow politics for the type of petty, defensive, snarky, high schooler she is. This was just like someone on the Jerry Springer show.

    C’mon Man as they say on ESPN, even if you are supporter of her, could you really stomach the fact it was all about her and not the victims especially when the little girl and other victims were to be eulogized that very same day.
    She really disgusts me and I mean that as a descriptive term more than the hateful way that I know it sounds.

    Can you imagine this person having her finger on Nukes. As petty and defensive as she is, she would push the button if Vladimir Putin told her that she was having a bad hair day!

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  11. Deb in WI
    Jan 14, 2011 @ 07:18:42

    Thank you for this audio. I think it really means a lot hearing this from Stern, who has fought very hard for free speech. Even he knows the difference. They can see through her act, too. Refreshing.

    The only people backing her now have some sort of financial interest in her or don’t want to offend their audience/customers. Did you notice that?

    The only problem is that she’s not going to shut up. She seems to lack the ability. Even if she doesn’t run, she’s going to keep sending “messages.” The media has to ignore her for her to “go away” from the media spotlight. She won’t go away on her own.

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  12. honeybabe
    Jan 14, 2011 @ 15:25:38

    what a wonderful assessment. i can’t believe i am a fan of howard stern now!

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  13. Mel
    Jan 15, 2011 @ 09:23:42

    Thanks, Howard. And you’re forgiven for the C word, which I never used either until, oh, I believe it was August 29, 2008, when the Wasilla hillbilly was introduced by McCain. A lot people have since then forgiven me for using it too.

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  14. laingirl
    Jan 15, 2011 @ 19:34:06

    Thanks, Syrin, for posting this video of Stern. I never would listen to him, but he is right-on concerning Palin. She seems to think the Constitution protects her from receiving any criticism from others, when it actually protects our rights to criticise, as it protects hers. I cannot understand why anyone would think she is qualified for any elected office. There were so many things wrong with her video, it would take many pages to list them all.

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