Facebook Governor Sarah Palin won Politifact's dubious "Lie of the Year" award in 2009 by declaring that the Affordable Care Act would subject America to something called "death panels," which are not the same kind of panels that Nixon voters installed in their dens in 1973 and ripped down in embarrassment in 1990.…
Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin told an audience of Canadians this weekend that she used to "hustle" over the border to get her some of that cheap socialized medicine she now decries. Also, she can define irony correctly!
Taking to her Facebook page to complain about work done by actual politicians, the super-profesh Sarah Palin once again warned Americans that they'd be facing "death panels" due to the passage of the health care reform bill in the House.
In an op-ed on health care reform for the Wall Street Journal, Sarah Palin comes right out and says what we've long suspected she thinks: Facts are optional if enough people will believe a lie.
Whoa. This "death panel" thing formerly-important-fifteen-minutes-of-fame-over-no-longer-elected-official Sarah Palin describes seems really scary. She even mentions that poor little pimped-out Trig might have gone before one of these death panels! It's a good thing then that death panels don't exist!