Vulgarian Kathy Griffin on Friday said Sarah Palin performed a sexual act on John McCain when they first met in August 2008.
During a comedy performance in Anchorage, Alaska, Griffin made numerous attacks on Palin and her family, many filled with her usual assortment of obscenities.
But clearly the most disgusting was when the so-called comedienne said, "She was so famous as Governor, you know, when John McCain picked her after meeting her for ten minutes."
That set her up for the following astonishingly offensive punch line (video embedded below the fold, extreme vulgarity warning throughout, relevant section begins at 0:44, file photo):
KATHY GRIFFIN: She was so famous as Governor, you know, when John McCain picked her after meeting her for ten minutes. And, um, that must have been some blowjob.
This is what is acceptable to say about a married woman with five children as well as about an esteemed Senator who almost gave his life for our country?
Where are the feminists and the NOW crowd who are always speaking out for women's rights?
After all, the implication is that the only reason McCain picked her was because of this fictitious act.
Is this REALLY where we are as a nation when this is not only acceptable, but judging from the applause of the crowd, considered fine entertainment?
Heaven help us.