While the Democratic race has become more competitive, Donald Trump continues to dominate the Republican race. The big news of the week was that he received the endorsement of Sarah Palin, helping Trump win the idiot vote.  (“You’re fired.” “I quit.”) Stephen Colbert discussed the endorsement in the video above, starting out by exclaiming “God, I have missed you.” It was a great day for comedians, except possibly for Tina Fey who might not want to be dragged back into that role.

Colbert showed how it would sound if Palin endorsed every candidate, after he tased the part of his brain that understands sentence structure.

Trump appears to be consolidating support among the GOP establishment, which appears to hate Ted Cruz even more than Trump. The exception is the National Review, which is going all out to try in stop Trump. In response, the Republican National Committee has disinvited them from an invitation to co-host a debate next month.

Originally posted at Liberal Values

Ron Chusid
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Ballard Burgher
9 months 20 hours ago

Robin Williams once described W. as “an annuity for comedians, really the gift that keeps on giving.” Colbert demonstrates why Palin is the new and improved model–classic. Thanks, Ron.

8 months 27 days ago

Good lord, there is just a sickness in the GOP voter base. Palin is just incoherent. How can anyone take a look at these people and take them seriously? Want to put them in charge of things? It just beggars belief.