The unholy trinity of Republican women who manage to utter the most outlandish statements are at it again. This trinity consists of Ann Coulter, Michelle Bachmann, and Sarah Palin.

They appear at times to be identical triplets in their mangling of facts and logic and knowledge of the U.S. Constitution…and often the English language itself. So they could have been separated at birth.

Ann Coulter has arisen from quietude to regain her place at the head of the table of these women who seemingly serve up everything at their pot luck dinners except for the much needed protein rich dish….TRUTH.

Now I find Harry Reid’s assertion that he has a “secret source” who told him Romney didn’t pay taxes for ten years somewhat difficult to swallow. So Coulter’s announcement on Sean Hannity’s show that she has a “secret source” saying Obama was born in Kenya is appropriately mocking. (Though we know deep down she believes that, secret source or no.)

But, in her inimitable style, Coulter raises other allegations that are simply bizarre. One is that when Obama ran for Illinois State Senator to follow in the seat held by one Alice Palmer, he somehow accessed her medical records, discovered she had breast cancer, and used that fact to persuade Ms Palmer not to run for re-election.

Never mind that Alice Palmer opined about seeking a Congressional seat likely to be vacant almost two years prior to the end of her term.

Never mind that when she decided to run for Congress she met with Obama and backed his effort to succeed her in the Illinois legislature.

Never mind that the only mention I have found about this cancer is in the far right wing of the blogosphere mental hospital.

Never mind that Alice Palmer is alive today, seventeen years after her run for Congress.

Oh, never mind.

Sarah Palin and her husband Todd this week allowed their photogenic visages to be placed across the backdrop of a Chik-fil-A restaurant to demonstrate their support for…well read it in Sarah’s own words from her appearance on Fox’s Greta Van Susteren show:

Here is a portion of the transcript:

PALIN: Well, that calling for the boycott is a real — has a chilling effect on our 1st Amendment rights. And the owner of the Chick-fil-A business had merely voiced his personal opinion about supporting traditional definition of marriage, one boy, one girl, falling in love, getting married. And having voiced support for kind of that cornerstone of all civilization and all religions since the beginning of time, he then basically getting crucified.

I’m speaking up for him and his 1st Amendment rights and anybody else who would wish to express their not anti-gay people sentiment, but their support of traditional marriage, which President Obama and Joe Biden, they both supported the exact same thing until just a few months ago, when Obama had to flip-flop to shore up the homosexual voter base.


Nothing to conclude here but that the favorite tax that Palin hates is the syntax.

Sarah, Sarah Sarah, no one here has been denied a right to speak out, not Dan Cathy the company’s owner, not you and hubby and backers who gave the eatery a record sales day, and not the folks offended by Cathy’s words and financial support for anti-gay causes. All have been quite vocal as a matter of fact.

Possibly too vocal. It seems some of the restaurant’s workers have been berated for anti-gay views simply because they are employed there. Or other customers openly talk trash about gays to these workers who themselves may be gay.

All this teaches us is that, like we have separation of church and state, we should also have separation of food and politics.

But the Queen Mother of this evil triumvirate remains Michelle, not my belle.

Her transit across the GOP primary trail was as a Soviet era satellite blazing brightly across the skies before plummeting into an Iowa cornfield destroying her Presidential dream. She heard more voices than Ray Kinsella and like him, she created something totally illogical. But instead of a baseball diamond carved out of a cornfield, Bachmann created bogeymen and provisions of laws that were nonexistent.

Lately Bachmann has resurrected the “red scare” of the 1950’s as a “there’s a Muslim radical under every bed in the State Department” meme. I do not for one moment doubt her sincerity. I do doubt her sanity.

I suggest she hie herself to Concord, New Hampshire to join with the new Minutemen as they repel the Muslim Brotherhood, the Redcoats of today.

Since our three mavens of the misspoken are so wont to spew their words before audiences, perhaps to satisfy their lust for attention they can join a traveling troupe performing Shakespeare’s Macbeth cast as the three witches.

They are already familiar with eye of Newt.

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  • little_minx  On August 4, 2012 at 2:43 PM

    The One-L Michele, She’s a flogger
    The Two-L Michelle, She’s a blogger
    And I would bet a snowball in Hell
    There isn’t any Three-L Michellle.*

    * [Supply caveat here]

    • umoc193  On August 4, 2012 at 6:35 PM

      In the old ROW blog this would garner a number of +!

      • little_minx  On August 5, 2012 at 12:02 PM

        Aw shucks, you ol’ sweet-talker, you 😉

        (Actually, I’d be just as happy if there’d never been any one-L Michele [i.e., Bachmann] either.)

  • little_minx  On August 4, 2012 at 2:56 PM

    N.B. Two-L Michelle = wingnut Michelle Malkin

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