Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Kathy Griffin - "I Want to Push Sarah Palin Down The Stairs"

Since Palin is a conservative, I am sure the feminist groups will not have to much of a problem with this comment.


"And while Kathy took plenty of shots at the Alaska governor on her stage show, she really let her have it while shooting ‘D List’ with Bristol Palin’s baby daddy.

“We shot a scene where I show her [Kathy] Levi’s Playgirl magazine and she reacts to it,” a Playgirl rep, who came along for the trip, told RadarOnline.com exclusively. “Then we went to a gay bar called Mad Myrnas. I asked Kathy what star she’d like to see take a ‘celebrity spill’ and she said ‘I’d like to push Sarah Palin down the stairs.’”


  1. aww poor conservatives, always getting picked on.

  2. @Ian Spencer Dubrowsky - these stupid attacks bother me a lot less then the hypocrisy and double standards.

  3. well, dude, Kathy Griffin is biased against "conservative" politicians.

    a lot of feminist groups are also biased against "conservative" politicians.
    When I meet self-identifying "conservatives" (I know a lot of them), I try not to make assumptions about them as individuals, but by virtue of the opinions they choose to hold, I am inevitably some what biased.

    When people in positions of political power, or groups of them, use their power to make other people's lives more difficult, they can probably expect people to be biased against them to some degree.

    I think the problem with idealizing American politics as a battle between the ideas of "conservatives" versus "liberals", is you can then come to the conclusion that every criticism of a "conservative" politician needs to be supported by an equivalent jab at a "liberal" (whatever those terms mean by the way). In reality this is just a false equivalency, no two actors are ever truly equivalent.

    And seriously, your going to tell me you are concerned about hypocrisy and double standards in the comments section of a posting about Sarah Palin?

    there is a case-study in hypocrisy and double standards for you.

  4. @Ian Spencer Dubrowsky - There is a case study. It is called Media Malpractice.


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