At a rally Saturday in California, that daggone Sarah Palin, bless her heart, said she had a providential moment concerning why we should support the republican ticket. A providential moment? Was it during your daily bible study time that you had this providential moment? Perhaps during your morning prayers? While a travelling missionary lays hands on your holiness?
Nope. It turns out it came when she was reading her starbuck's coffee cup. There on that sacred vessel, she told her starstruck audience, was a quote by none other than Madeleine Albright, former Secretary of State.
There's a place in Hell reserved for women who don't support other women.Vote for me or go to hell.
To bad her holiness didn't factcheck this tidbit with scripture or something since she's making judgment about eternal damnation and stuff. Or just be able to read, I guess, because Madeline Albright's actual quote:
There's a place in Hell reserved for women who don't help other women.
Actually that comes a helluva lot closer to scripture than the gospel according to Sarah Palin. Who's going to hell now?
TAGS: Sarah Palin, Faith and Politics