MSNBC’s Martin Bashir Says Sarah Palin "Represents the Very Worst Form of American Opportunism: Vacuous, Crass"

MSNBC’s Martin Bashir compares Sarah Palin’s exit to Apple Founder Steve Jobs, saying she “represents the worst form of American opportunism: vacuous, crass,” as well as not having created anything over the last three years.

MSNBC’s Martin Bashir lit into Sarah Palin in a way that was nothing short of amazing, saying [Sarah Palin] “represents the very worst form of American opportunism: vacuous, crass and according to every biographer, vindictive, too.” He said, over the last three years “she created nothing, produced nothing, and served no one but herself.” Dang. He just eviscerated Sarah Palin, but that’s so above her threshold to comprehend. Bashir’s comments also comes on the heels of GOP presidential hopeful Jon Huntsman slamming Sarah Palin for stringing people along with her so-called 2012 presidential aspiration. Um, I knew Sarah Palin wasn’t going to run. She’s just in it to make money.

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 MSNBCs Martin Bashir Says Sarah Palin "Represents the Very Worst Form of American Opportunism: Vacuous, Crass"
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