Palin Derangement Syndrome

September 19, 2008 at 4:42 pm 2 comments

Holy cow… Check this out (via Babalu):

All of my women friends, a week ago Monday, were on the verge of throwing themselves out windows,” an author and political activist, Nancy Kricorian of Manhattan, said yesterday. “People were flipping out. … Every woman I know was in high hysteria over this. Everyone was just beside themselves with terror that this woman could be our president — our potential next president.”


A posting on a New York-based Web site for women,, spoke of unbridled anger. “What I feel for her privately could be described as violent, nay, murderous, rage,” an associate editor at Jezebel, Jessica Grose, wrote just after the Republican convention wrapped up. “When Palin spoke on Wednesday night, my head almost exploded from the incandescent anger boiling in my skull.”


“I am shocked by the depths of my hatred for this woman,” another commenter, CJWeimar, wrote.

“It is impossible for me not to read about her in the newspaper in the subway every morning on my way to work and not come into the office angry and wanting to kick things,” a commenter using the name ChampagneofBeers wrote. “My boxing class definitely helps.”

How does this help their cause?


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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Massimo  |  September 19, 2008 at 5:39 pm

    Jumping out of windows? Incandescent anger boiling in skulls? Violent, murderous rage? M. Night Shyamalan was right!

  • 2. Sportsattitude  |  September 20, 2008 at 7:54 pm

    It’s fairly safe to conclude her selection hasn’t rallied all women to John’s side. I can only assume he felt he was so far behind and would be so unable to shake the Bush hangover he had to try to energize those who were disinterested in him within his own Party as best he could and also, with such a “Maverick” selection, create the potential to win over those who would be taken by his boldness and perceive him as the real “agent of change.”


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