Oh boy, Sarah Palin just loves to nanny-scold our duly-twice-elected President for daring to be black, and what better day to make her point than Martin Luther King Day? So here it is, from her public Facebook, another piece of Sarah Palin's trashy legacy of hate and racism.
From Sarah Palin's Facebook on Martin Luther King Day 2014:
Happy MLK, Jr. Day!
"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character." – Martin Luther King, Jr.
Mr. President, in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. and all who commit to ending any racial divide, no more playing the race card.
Happy MLK, Jr. Day! "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they... http://t.co/gzhX2KmLl9— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) January 20, 2014
On MLK Day, tone-deaf Sarah Palin says Obama plays the race card
~ Headline on LA Times
Sarah Palin whitesplains the meaning of MLK Day to that black guy in the White House
Word-twerking reality show spokesmodel Sarah Palin woke up this morning and discovered that it was Martin Luther King Day, which she thinks is like Christmas to black people, and, since she forgot to buy presents, she decided to give The Gift of Advice to President Barack Obama by explaining to him that the First Rule of MLK Day is that black people as a race don’t exist anymore so shut the hell up about them.
~ TBogg on Raw Story
We did not judge her by the color of her skin but rather the lack of content to her character.
~ Stewland on Raw Story
The Tea People and their 10 Watt Goddess never miss an opportunity to tell us that wealthy old white guys are the real victims.
~ FDRLiberal on Raw Story
In a classic case of projection, Sarah Palin wished everyone a Happy Martin Luther King Day then in her best finger wagging fashion told President Obama to stop playing the race card.
. . . Palin is still consumed by bitterness over losing the 2008 election, and she can’t believe that she and John McCain lost to an African American. Republicans have tried to use the ugly politics of racial divide since before Obama took office, and they have failed every single time.
Sarah says…again…”LOOK AT ME! LOOK AT ME! LOOK AT ME!”
~ ~ Shamus on PoliticusUSA
She's like a Tea Party sunspot. Every once in a while she pops up and causes noise and static in our entire telecommunications infrastructure.
~ Bill B. on Huffington Post
She keeps trying to bait Obama to acknowledge her, but he's not having it.
~ Walter G. on Huffington Post
So Sarah Palin who defended the Duck guy when he said Black people were happier when they knew their place, thinks everyone else should stop playing the race card. Well, that's just rich, isn't it?
~ Jack C. on Huffington Post
That's really rich for her to even go there, given that nobody has divided the country more, over the last two decades, than her boss, Roger Ailes.
~ Maria Rosa on Huffington Post
It's part of the GOP Tea Party "woe is me" tagline they've been using every day since President Obama was elected.
~ Annie S. on Huffington Post
The race card? Isn't that what Republicans are demanding to stop people from voting? http://t.co/dNVHC4mtj5— LOLGOP (@LOLGOP) January 21, 2014
It's like a law of nature: As Sarah Palin's relevance fades, she will say more awful things to get attention— Joan Walsh (@joanwalsh) January 20, 2014
Back then racists had white hoods. Now they wear lipstick. They used to yell "white power" Now they yell "stop playing the race card" #Palin— John (@linnyitssn) January 21, 2014