Sarah Palin: Barack Obama Wants to Return to the Days Before the Civil War

On Sean Hannity’s Fox News show, Sarah Palin argues that video of President Obama voicing support for Harvard Law School’s first tenured African American professor clearly indicates that he wants to return America to the days of slavery. Palin is attempting to describe how President Obama’s support for Derrick Bell posits that the president was a supporter with Bell, a staunch and influential advocate of affirmative action and diversity in hiring. Bell was a pioneer of critical race theory, which examines the way the relationship between law and power. At the rally, Obama compared Bell to Rosa Parks.

So are we to believe that President Obama wants to strip powers from white people (more accurately, heterosexual white men), she starts talking about “equality”. Of course, She does not believe in equality between the Rich and the Poor. Or for Women (regarding women’s health or abortion), or for Gay people who wish to get married. Or for Non-Christians.

For more an”inside” look at how Palin made it to the national stage watch the HBO Docudrama "Game Change" based on the bestselling book “Game Change,” by Mark Halperin and John Heileman. The film stars Julianne Moore, Woody Harrelson and Ed Harris, HBO Films’ GAME CHANGE follows John McCain’s (Harris) 2008 presidential campaign, from his selection of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin (Moore) as his running mate to their ultimate defeat in the general election. Harrelson portrays Steve Schmidt, McCain’s senior campaign strategist.

Asked whether that happened, McCain said, “Of course not.”

Steve Schmidt, McCain’s senior campaign strategist defended “Game Change” and is critical of his decisions in the McCain-Palin campaign. “I regret playing a part in a process that yielded someone on the ticket who was not prepared to be president,” Schmidt recently told the Washington Post, speaking of former Alaska Gov. Palin. Schmidt said that the film is “the true story” of what happened over the course of ten weeks.

With Sarah Palin continuing to spout nonsense who do you believe? Sound off in the comments!