Posted by: Laurence Harmon on 2/4/2011

    New York, NY. In a crushing landslide win, Sarah Palin has won the popular vote at for stupidest person on the planet, beating out such worthy challengers as Brett Favre, Lindsay Lohan and George W. Bush.


    The site was unveiled in October 2010 with the purpose of answering one question: “Are you rude, or are you just stupid?”™  Commented the founder of, “It’s the online version of the brick you want to throw through your TV screen.”


    “We weren’t surprised by people’s opinion of Sarah Palin in general,” says’s founder. “But we were surprised that she beat George W. Bush in such a crushing landslide.  He’s not even close. I suppose it’s just one more popular vote he didn’t win.”




    Number 10.  "This speaks to a bigger picture here that certainly scares me in terms of our national security policy. But obviously we've gotta stand with our North Korean allies."  Discussing Obama's foreign policy in an interview with Glenn Beck, Nov. 24, 2010.


    Number 9.  “They are also building schools for the Afghan children so that there is hope and opportunity in our neighboring country of Afghanistan.”  Speaking at a fundraiser in San Francisco, October 5, 2008.


    Number 8.  "I want to help clean up the state that is so sorry today of journalism. And I have a communications degree."  To Sean Hannity, in a Fox News interview, Nov. 22, 2010.


    Number 7.  “His theme last night in the State of the Union was the WTF, winning the future, and I thought, OK, that acronym, spot-on. There were a lot of WTF moments throughout that speech."  On President Obama's State of the Union address, to Fox News' Greta Van Susteren, Jan. 26, 2011


    Number 6.  “As for that VP talk all the time, I'll tell you, I still can't answer that question until somebody answers for me what is it exactly that the VP does every day?”  Her surprise at presidential candidate John McCain choosing her as vice-presidential running mate, interview with CNBC's 'Kudlow & Co', July 31, 2008.


    Number 5.  On writing notes on her hand during her speech to the Tea Party (March 5, 2010): "I didn't really had a good answer, as so often -- is me. But then somebody sent me the other day, Isaiah 49:16, and you need to go home and look it up. Before you look it up, I'll tell you what it says though. It says, hey, if it was good enough for God, scribbling on the palm of his hand, it's good enough for me, for us. He says, in that passage, 'I wrote your name on the palm of my hand to remember you,' and I'm like, 'Okay, I'm in good company.'"


    Number 4.  "It may be tempting and more comfortable to just keep your head down, plod along, and appease those who demand: 'Sit down and shut up,' but that's the worthless, easy path; that's a quitter's way out." Announcing her resignation as governor, July 3, 2009


    Number 3.  "I did, I did! I'm so proud of myself. I have caribou blood under my fingernails still."  When asked by a fan whether she'd killed a caribou recently, at a Sept. 11 memorial event in Wasilla, Alaska, Sept. 11, 2010.


    Number 2.  "Well, then what the federal government should have done was accept the assistance of foreign countries, of entrepreneurial Americans who have had solutions that they wanted presented. They can't even get a phone call returned, Bill. The Dutch—they are known, and the Norwegians—they are known for dikes and for cleaning up water and for dealing with spills. They offered to help and yet, no, they too, with the proverbial, can't even get a phone call back."  To Bill O'Reilly, Fox News, June 15, 2010.


    Number 1.  "As Putin rears his head and comes into the air space of the United States of America, where– where do they go? It's Alaska. It's just right over the border." Explaining why Alaska's proximity to Russia gives her foreign policy experience, interview with CBS's Katie Couric, Sept. 24, 2008


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