The sudden emergence of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin on the political scene has not gone unnoticed by the radical left. Playwright Eve Ensler, whose V-Monologues diatribe plays on hundreds of college campuses, noted recently that she was having “Sarah Palin nightmares.”
First, she dreamed that Sarah belonged to a club “where they rode snowmobiles and wore the claws of drowned and starved polar bears around their necks.”
Eve says she regards the McCain-Palin ticket as “one of the most dangerous choices of my lifetime,” and if they win, they would cause such destruction that the country might never recover.
Claiming that Palin values guns and God over evolution, abortion, sex education or birth control, Eve concluded that she “doesn’t believe in thinking.”
“She has her own custom Austrian hunting rifle . . . and has been known to kill 40 caribou at a clip . . . [and] has shot hundreds of wolves from the air.”
Regarding the upcoming election, Eve urged her “sisters” to do the right thing, adding that “if the polar bears don’t move you to do everything in your power to get Obama elected, then consider the chant that filled the hall after Palin spoke at the RNC, “Drill, Drill, Drill.”
“I think of teeth when I when I think of drills,” said Ensler, adding, “I think of rape. I think of destruction. I think of domination. I think of military exercises that force mindless repetition, emptying the brain of analysis, doubt, ambiguity or dissent. I think of pain.”
“Do we want a future of drilling? More holes in the ozone, in the floor of the sea, more holes in our thinking, in the trust between nations and peoples, more holes in the fabric of this precious thing we call life?”
Deborah Lambert writes the Squeaky Chalk column for Accuracy in Academia.