Just when you think things couldn't get any uglier, along comes Sandra Bernhard, who's ugly in her sleep.
Following the lead of Chevy Chase, Lindsay Lohan and something called Margaret Cho, Sandra has attacked Sarah Palin, warning that if the governor were to come to New York, she'd be raped by "big black brothers."
Somehow, I don't think that's a moving company.
But what you're really hearing, once again, is the amazing effect Palin has on the fragile minds of the F-list celebrity. It's as though Palin's success is a dog whistle that only unhappy has-beens like Sandra can hear and they start howling.
So where, again, does this bile come from? A lot of it is envy. Perhaps Sandra realizes, sadly, that if we were to poll a group of rapists, they'd prefer Palin over her. But then again, they'd probably prefer a donkey, a blowfish or maybe even a small discarded sponge dipped in lye. I kid about the sponges.
But I suppose that's why Sandra only does one-woman shows. No one else can stand to be near her.
Anyway, Sandra's just another example of how intolerant the tolerant left really is. For more, check out how reporters are handling Palin's hacked e-mails. The media thinks the real story is the fact that she has a private e-mail account as opposed to her actual privacy being invaded. This cowardly pap, mind you, comes from the same folks who fret about Bush's imaginary infringements on our own personal liberties.
Here's the real hypocrisy: All of these media whores have private e-mail accounts separate from work, which helps them jump from job to job. Private e-mail at work is as common as bringing the newspaper to the toilet.
But, if Obama's e-mail had been hacked instead and something embarrassing had been found, imagine the hellfire that would have been unleashed. Heads would roll and Republicans would be gang-raped.
I don't know, maybe all this hate is what Obama needs to get elected. And if it works, Sandra, then Palin won't be vice president. But you'll still be ugly.
And if you disagree with me, then you sir are worse than Hitler.
Greg Gutfeld currently serves as host of FOX News Channel's (FNC) The Greg Gutfeld Show (Saturdays 10-11PM/ET) and co-host of The Five (weekdays 9-10PM/ET). He joined the network in 2007 as a contributor. Click here for more information on Greg Gutfeld.