Non-shocker: ‘Brave’ Julianne Moore wins Golden Globe for Palin role, bashes Palin

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Actress Julianne Moore won a Golden Globe award tonight for her portrayal of GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin in “Game Change.” The movie’s director, Jay Roach, who also snagged a Golden Globe for best TV mini-series/movie, praised Moore for her courage. Because, you know, jumping on the anti-Palin bandwagon in Hollywood takes real guts.

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Even lefty comedian Mo Rocca and some of his fans seem self-aware:

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Moore made sure to give a shout-out to other prominent women in the entertainment world for their historic roles in sliming, mocking, and demeaning Palin.

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It’s been the theme of the night because, as we all know, Sarah Palin is still living rent free in libs’ heads.

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So, so “brave.”

The elitist self-congratulations, it burns.

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And, of course, Moore is eminently qualified to pronouce Palin unqualified.

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This from a woman who says “electorial.”

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