Sarah Palin’s Hierarchy of Mamas

During the 2008 campaign, Sarah Palin often compared hockey moms to pitbulls, but in a recent address to an anti-abortion group, she came up with a new mother-as-wild-animal metaphor:

“The mama grizzlies, they rise up,” she said, to laughter. “You thought pit bulls are tough. You don’t want to mess with the mama grizzlies. And I think there are a whole lot of those in this room.”

But she may have gotten herself into a bind, because after you’ve compared your audience to dogs and now bears, there’s no where else to go.

Or is there?

As a service to the Palin campaign, we have compiled the following hierarchy of mamas, each more terrifying than the last, which should allow Sarah Palin to steadily ratchet up the rhetoric through the 2012 campaign and right up to the election.

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The Sarah Palin Hierarchy of Mamas

2008: Pit Bull

(with or without lipstick)

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2010: Mama Grizzly

(hopefully not the one who ate Grizzly Man)

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2011: Orca, the Killer Whale

(hopefully not the one who ate Richard Harris in that one movie)

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2012 (during primaries): Mother T-Rex

(hopefully the one who ate that sleazy lawyer in Jurassic Park)

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2012 (at convention): Alien Queen

(the one who tried to eat Ripley and tore pour Bishop right in half)

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2012 (during homestretch): Liz Cheney

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3 Responses to Sarah Palin’s Hierarchy of Mamas

  1. JayZee says:

    Lolz…

    Loved it!

  2. SendLawyersGunsAndMoney says:

    Excellent! I’m still laughing. Sarah McWordSalad is from my state, I will pass this along to all I know.

  3. bucko says:

    Yuk! excellent choices. Similar progressions from right wingnuts tend to end with Nancy Pelosi. Is this tit for tit…I mean tat?

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