Sarah Palin should always think twice before mocking anyone, because she only ends up displaying her own stupidity (my bolds):
Sarah Palin followed in Rep. Michele Bachmann’s footsteps and took a swipe at Michelle Obama on Thursday, mocking her efforts to get mothers to breast-feed their children.
“No wonder Michelle Obama is telling everybody, ‘You’d better breast-feed your baby,” she said at a Long Island appearance on Thursday, after slamming President Barack Obama for rising gas prices and other items — like milk — since he took office. “Yeah, you’d better, because the price of milk is so high right now.”
Except, of course, babies don’t drink cow’s milk, if they’re not breast-fed, it’s formula. One would think Sarah would know that.
Conservatives4Palin slams the media for portraying “a clever and reasonable response in which she brought home the impact of rising food prices caused by Obama’s economic policies to average people” as “an attack on Michelle Obama.” They go on and on and on about this, pointing at one media outlet after another and laughing uproariously over how “moronic” the press is for suggesting that the criticism is about Michelle Obama’s breastfeeding initiative when it’s really about the price of milk:
It’s hard to tell if Smith is really this dumb, or if it’s simply an aggressive missing of the point. Sorry, Benny (can I call you that?), this was a knock on Obama’s economic policies, much as you want to pretend otherwise, although the breastfeeding reference was a brilliant yet humorous way to expose the backasswards priorities of this administration.
Amie Parnes is as ignorant as Ben Smith. Is a complete and utter lack of brain power a requirement to blog at Politico? The evidence would certainly suggest the answer is yes.
And more. More, even:
ABC’s headline is as pathetically misleading as Politico’s. Jedediah Bila wonders what event the media attended:
Can’t help but wonder if some in the media attended the same event I did today OR another one going on in their own heads?
But at no point in this morass of merriment does Doug Brady (the author of the piece) notice that babies are either breast-fed or they are given infant formula, but they do not drink cow’s milk.