If you thought Levi Johnston's run for mayor would be the funniest story regarding Alaska politics all day on THG, we wouldn't blame you. But think again!
A woman from Homer, Alaska recently made a 30-foot sign to welcome her state's former chief executive, Sarah Palin, to her hometown. Its simple message:
WORST GOVERNOR EVER.
Why Sarah didn't just ignore this, we have no idea. But she decided to confront the woman, who accused the ex-governor of being a money-hungry sellout.
"You swore on your precious Bible that you would uphold the interests of this state," she said. "Then, when cash was waved in front of your face, you quit."
Yup, pretty much.
Either baffled and serious or sarcastic and bitter (it's hard to tell), Palin responded: "Oh, you wanted me to be your governor! I'm honored. Thank you."
After the woman rips her for choosing celebrity status over her job, Sarah says to daughter Bristol Palin, "I'm honored that she thinks I'm a celebrity!"
Fist-pumpin' and runnin' in place, Sarah claims she's working to "elect candidates who understand the constitution, to protect our military interests so that we can keep on fightin' for the constitution, those protections, those freedoms."
That and getting rich, of course. Amazingly, Palin posted this on Facebook and lambasted the LSM (lame-stream media) for reporting the encounter.
"They claim I - wait for it - 'appear to roll my eyes' when the lady tells me that she's a teacher," she writes. "Maybe that's why Botox is all the rage - if you can't move your eyebrows, your 'eye rolling' can't be misinterpreted."
Couldn't have said it better ourselves.
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