Sarah Palin went on the Today Show this morning to tell everyone to "rise up" against David Letterman, the noted TV rapist and "so-called comedian."
Palin continued her insistence that Letterman had made a joke about the "statutory rape of my 14-year-old daughter, Willow."
When Matt Lauer mentioned Letterman's on-air analysis of the jokes he was making about Bristol Palin, who got knocked up at age 17 and had what Republicans call an "illegitimate child" with a "baby daddy" that she never married and quickly broke up with just like all those unruly black people do in the inner city because she was raised by horrible people, Palin unraveled the whole conspiracy for him:
You and anybody else are extremely naive to believe that very convenient excuse of David Letterman's the other day. It took him a couple of days to think of that excuse.
Also, she hopes people start "rising up" against him. And says that it's "not cool" to joke about statutory rape. Our question: Why is she stressing the "statutory" part? Why not just go the whole hog and accuse him of joking about Alex Rodriguez—a known Hispanic!—and Eliot Spitzer—a known liberal pervert who might have a venereal disease!—brutally and non-consensually raping her 14-year-old daughter, which is clearly what Letterman meant?