Former Alaska Governor and vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin is associated with the word 'twilf' in a cartoon on Current TV called "The Stupid Virus."
The term seems to be yet another play off of MILF, similar to the VPILF Palin was associated with during the 2008 presidential campaign. Though some suggest it actually means "Tweep I'd Like To Follow." The cartoon also depicts Palin at her computer with her Twitter user name as "GUN-HO."
The cartoon is a spoof of some people's obsession with President Barack Obama's identity and whether or not he is truly a citizen of the United States of America. It includes Rush Limbaugh, Bill O'Reilly, and other prominent figures.
Palin enters the mix when she "tweets" that "Barack Obama is the anti-christ." During a "nightly newscast," Brian Williams says "Sarah Palin twittered...that's right, tweets are now news," with Palin's image and the word "twilf?" in the upper right hand part of the screen.
WATCH THE CARTOON HERE (Palin appears roughly 2:42-3:13):
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