Wow. This is a very acerbic Sarah Palin dressed up in a classic batshit old hag “leopard print muu-muu, beehive and spectacles” ensemble as she practically snarls at the retirement home folk who were bussed in to nap through her speech at Disneyworld. (And oh look, she’s standing behind a sign that is exactly one vowel away from a teabagger spelling of the word “ripoff.”) Anyway, Sarah Palin is here to explain between resentful sighs and pauses filled with bitterness that the problem with the Occupy Wall Street movement is, ready for it, that it is just too entitled.
From the transcript:
I looked at [Occupy Wall Street] and was thinking these folks, they feel legitimate indignation about the Wall Street bailouts, financial institutions behaving recklessly and then we get stuck with the bill. And then three years later, many of us are still quite ticked off because we don’t have assurances that those who caused the financial collapse in the first place, that they are being held accountable, and that it won’t happen again. But this Occupy Wall Street crowd — now it seems to have evolved a bit — Occupy Wall Street crowd is drawn now to, I believe, the wrong conclusions. They say, ‘Wall Street fat cats got a bail out, so now I want one too.’ And the correct answer is, ‘No one is entitled to a bailout.’
She actually hissed this last line. Our little sociopath queen is sounding so growed up! [Crooks and Liars]