And we mean verbal rampage in the best way possible, of course.
After sharing a story about how a nun said she was praying for the President, SJP pointed out all of the issues that Mitt Romney has flip-flopped on and then articulated exactly WHY she's voting for Obama:
"The only reason I care — it has nothing to do with me and my personal state, because I am one of the people that would benefit from the things that are most important to Romney and his extremely right-wing vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan — I am concerned about the greater good for this country."
Like many others opposed to the Republican presidential candidate, she cited equality and women's healthcare rights, as she continued:
"I'm simply concerned about equality and women's rights in terms of their physical autonomy and access to important things like mammograms and screenings for cervical cancer — all the things that are necessary and important to live full rich lives."
Right on, gurl!
This election is so important to Sarah for so many reasons that she admitted she will "feel enormous despair for the future of this country" if Romney wins.
To conclude her message to viewers, the Sex and the City star stated:
"There is too much at stake and there's too much at stake for people that matter. This is not about the affluent or the privileged. I am not concerned about their future. I am concerned about people in this country who have been trying to carve out a middle class existence … I'm talking about our veterans, I'm talking about our senior citizens, and I'm talking about children who are living below the poverty line."
Wow! She really DOES know what she's talking about when it comes to important issues that are on the minds of American voters these days.
Mama June recently had her popular show Here Comes Honey Boo Boocancelled and the disturbing reports that followed painted a scary picture of the relationship between Mama June and Mark McDaniel since his release from prison last March.
A place he went to for molesting Mama June's own daughter Anna.