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Keefu - 2009-06-12

What was his joke

kennydra - 2009-06-12

During the telecast, he dedicated an entire Top 10 list to Palin, claiming she "bought makeup at Bloomingdales to update her 'slutty flight attendant' look." This followed an earlier joke that said: "Sarah Palin went to a Yankees game yesterday. There was one awkward moment: During the seventh inning stretch, her daughter was knocked up by Alex Rodriguez."

Tuan Jim - 2009-06-12

That during the 7th inning stretch Alex Rodriguez knocked up Palin's daughter.

Also something about having to look out for Eliot Spitzer.

Letterman latter noted that Spitzer didn't have any problem with the joke...

Palin's last comments about how one's words have to match one's accomplishments in the GOP were surreal.

Tuan Jim - 2009-06-12


not latter

Keefu - 2009-06-13

That is sort of creepyish and gross actually.

Enjoy - 2009-06-12

Carter brought us Reagan, Obama brings us Palin? Maybe...

The Townleybomb - 2009-06-13

You got that second part backwards there, manboy.

Dinkin Flicka - 2009-06-13

No he didn't

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-06-13

And Reese Witherspoon brings it on! Enjoy for the win!

Hooker - 2009-06-12

Man, I'm just not going to watch all seven minutes of that, so I only have to assume she, at some point, mentioned that Willow Palin was already pregnant so there's no way A-Rod could have knocked her up anyway.

jangbones - 2009-06-12

I didn't watch this clip, this entire "feud" is a complete waste of time.

Sarah Palin has political aspirations and is competing for attention from her conservative base. David Letterman hosts a comedy show for a living. The two ran afoul of each other, and since then every single joke and interview and statement from both sides has been carefully measured and tested and considered to best advance their positions within their respective professions.

The anti-intellectualism of the current populist right wing movement is exhausting. Pointing out every intolerant, frightened, shallow, and reality-challenged statement of those who are trying to score political points with old white people has no effect on anyone or anything. Either you have half a brain in your head and can easily see through it, or you are so detached from reality that you will easily ignore all evidence that doesn't support your xenophobia and base tribalism. What possible purpose does talking about it serve? Once I was amused by it, but now I am bored by it, and occasionally frustrated that my country is inhabited by so many terrible people.

Sorry, I'm drunk. I'll stop now.

IrishWhiskey - 2009-06-13

Don't be stupid. Sarah Palin is simply going on every major national television program she can to discuss a joke that horribly embarrassed her daughter, so that the poor girl isn't again subjected to having people hear an embarrassing joke about her on national television.

Also I wish I can spell as reliability sober, as you do drunk.

phalsebob - 2009-06-13

Oh gosh, eh.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-06-13

If Bobby's mom wants to stand up for her kids, I say go for it, doncha know.

fluffy - 2009-06-13

Why am I not surprised she'd use a phrase like "Absolutely not necessarily?"

socialist_hentai - 2009-06-13

"This so called comedian"... Letterman is a pedo... conservative cunt-hawk with 18 kids wants to be a feminist... lololololololololol

StanleyPain - 2009-06-13

So it's ok when it's jokes about Chelsea Clinton, though, right guys?

memedumpster - 2009-06-13

This woman cannot be allowed to drop out of the spotlight. The best thing she can do for her image is remain silent, which is unacceptable.

CornOnTheCabre - 2009-06-13

i can't believe I watched the entire thing

this is the most irritated I've been in awhile!

AgentOrange - 2009-06-13

Takes you back doesn't it?

Caminante Nocturno - 2009-06-13

I'm still having trouble believing that she's real.

glendower - 2009-06-13

No matter how partisan I am, no matter how ridiculous I think Palin is, I don't blame her for going on the attack here. I'd be pretty riled up if someone made a joke like that on national TV about someone in my family, especially a 14 year old.

Testicles of Doom - 2009-06-13

I think when you drag you're family into the media spotlight to further your career, and use them for your own personal gain, you and your family deserve what they get.

Besides, isn't the joke more at the expense of Palin's parenting skills than her child?

spikestoyiu - 2009-06-13

Letterman was making the joke about Bristol Pail, who is 18 and already has one kid. Also, you're a faggot.

CornOnTheCabre - 2009-06-13


Hooper_X - 2009-06-13

Oh, I thought it was about the eight year old.

Silly me!

j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-06-13

Is she for real?

FineFilter - 2009-06-16

Damn, Lisa Ann really let herself go.

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