Apparently the woman who will go down as one of the worst vice presidential picks in recent history, Sarah Palin, thinks that the Obama administration needs her advice about what to do about Joe Biden, after he had wingnuts heads exploding all over the Internet this week. Palin appeared on Greta Van Susteren's show on Fox this Tuesday evening and told the Fox host that President Obama needs to dump Biden after his comments about Republicans wanting to "put y'all back in chains" in regard to deregulating Wall Street.
As Karoli already noted today: No, Wingers. Joe Biden Did Not Make A Racial Gaffe.
And as we all know, anytime you hear a right-winger praising Hillary Clinton, it's faux praise. They hate her with every fiber of their being just as much as they did her husband and as they do President Obama. Any praise heaped on any of them by someone on the right should always be taken with a huge helping of salt.
Later in the interview after Greta voiced her disdain for how terrible Sen. Harry Reid's accusations were on Romney's tax returns, even though we don't know yet whether Reid has a reliable source or not, Palin managed to go from just criticizing Reid to jumping the shark on their other extremist candidates.
VAN SUSTEREN: Well, I do think that, if I were to look at who's been dirtier, I do find that Sen. Harry Reid's sort of anonymous source on the returns (inaudible) didn't prepare and accusing Gov. Romney of killing someone, but I do find that, you know, just beyond the pale in terms of.. they do live in...
PALIN: Name one prominent Republican who even comes close to what, like what Alan Grayson, Harry Reid, Joe Biden come up with and spew to the American public. I can't think of one prominent Republican, who talks the way that they talk and certainly wouldn't get away with the way that they talk.
Yeah right. I can name more than just a few and for starters there would be Jim DeMint, Allen West, Joe Walsh, Michele Bachmann and a list too long to name here. Nothing more than the usual amount of projection going on from Palin here.
It's too bad Greta didn't ask her why she's being passed over for a speaking slot at their convention this year, but somehow that topic never came up.