Sarah Palin called GOP members wusses for their wobbly stance, or so sayeth the time machine.
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Sarah Palin recently returned to working at Fox News.
Sarah Palin said “the power of Fox News is unparalleled” and she believes its role “in the important debates in our world is indispensable.”
Sarah Palin’s “wusses” comment on the “wobbly stance” of the GOP actually occurred back in December of 2012. In short, Sarah Palin was criticizing Republicans for being “wobbly” on the Fiscal Cliff and giving into President Obama’s demands for tax increases. But apparently various websites have started publishing the old news with those headlines, creating what is called a “trends hiccup.”
What is a trends hiccup? Instead of explaining I’ll provide two recent examples. Remember how everyone thought Bindi Irwin had died? That’s what happens when search engines combine queries for Steve Irwin’s daughter with old news of his death. But, as everyone probably knows by now, Bindi Irwin is quite alive. Even MSNBC’s Chris Matthews felt the sting of the trends hiccup. Yesterday, “MSNBC Chris Matthew fired” was trending and people on Twitter even thought it was true.
But Sarah Palin isn’t losing any of her fire. Recently, Sarah Palin called Washington “one hot mess”:
Sarah Palin also blasted President Obama for arming the Syrian rebels, saying, “We’re talking now more new interventions. I say until we know what we’re doing, until we have a commander in chief who knows what he’s doing, well, let these radical Islamic countries who aren’t even respecting basic human rights, where both sides are slaughtering each other as they scream over an arbitrary red line, ‘Allah Akbar,’ I say until we have someone who knows what they’re doing, I say let Allah sort it out.”
Do you think Sarah Palin is correct that the GOP has been wusses with a wobbly stance lately?