Sarah Palin Complains About Invasions Of Her Privacy, On Her New Reality Show
Let’s see if you can detect the logic fail here:
The first episode of Sarah Palin’s new show, “Sarah Palin’s Alaska,” has been placed online and it starts with what is now a familiar lament about the intrusiveness of the press from the former Alaska Governor.
The specific grievance is directed at Joe McGinniss, the freelance reporter who over the course of the summer camped up in the house next to Palin’s home in Alaska. And in terms a bit more candid than expressed at the time, Palin offers her displeasure.
“Our behavior has certainly changed this summer because of this new neighbor,” she says at the show’s onset. “I think it is an intrusion, an invasion of our privacy and I don’t like it.” Palin later adds, “It’s just none of his flippin’ business.”
Even the soft-spoken first dude, Todd Palin, gets in on the act, saying that his summer fun had been “taken away from us because of a new neighbor next door who is writing a hit piece on my wife. I mean life is about being productive but these people want to seek and destroy.”
Going on a reality show to complain about invasions of privacy.
The word, my friends, is irony.
Here’s the video: