Uber-liberal Julianne Moore, who plays Sarah Palin in the upcoming anti-Palin HBO hit piece Game Change, has decided to mouth off about the inspiration for her role:
Julianne, 51, told Capitol File magazine: ‘She wasn’t qualified to be vice president. She wasn’t a qualified candidate. I think that became quite evident during the campaign. It was so shocking to me when she resigned the governorship of Alaska when the presidential election was over. I was stunned. I just think that shows such an unbelievable lack of interest in the actual governing.’
As opposed to Senator Barack Obama, who spent all of five minutes in the Senate before running for president – and whom Moore supported in the 2008 election in the primaries (she gave just over $5,000 to Obama, the DNC, and the Democratic White House Victory Fund).
Let’s not pretend Moore cares deeply about Alaskan governance. As Tina Korbe over at HotAirpointed out just a few days ago, she said she found Palin “pretty terrifying” because of the threat she posed to liberal establishment.
Read more at Big Hollywood.