Absolute Moral Authority

Because plain old moral authority just wasn’t good enough — a mesablue production

Matt Labash, being a Jackhole.

Posted by Wickedpinto on March 14, 2011

I don’t think it’s a big deal, you wanna get your blood boiling about Anti-Palin rhetoric, read the comments sections in the different places where this is being hashed out.

What Labash did, when he referenced “naughty librarian glasses,” was lazy writing, and likely proof that people don’t bother to understand how all of this stuff gets out into the mainstream.  He made the same mistake that the anchor of “The Tiffany Network,” made, when referencing the whole “I can see Russia from my house.” which wasn’t palin, but rather tina fey.  The Naught Librarian thing, is from a brief statement that Palin offered on the Late Late Show, with Craig Ferguson shortly after she became Governor of Alaska.  Palin sent a taped response to a late night comedian, knowing the nature of the situation, and decided to use it to promote her state, and deliver a little humor at the same time.

I don’t know about everyone else, but I didn’t know who the hell Palin was until the week before the announcement, and first thing I did was google her, that was before I started only using bing because google is fascist, and what was the most popular response before she became an evil evil evil fundamentalist, birther, young earth, neo-con, warmonger?

This is the vid of how everyone started using the naughty librarian thing.

So, maybe we should just fire all of the pundits, and hire craig ferguson and conan o’brien to offer us their political analysis.

Labash was lazy, and derogatory, but he was referencing a comedy show.  What Craig did was all in good fun, and made it clear he was just telling a joke to the audience.

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