Posts with the tag 'Sarah Palin'

Me thinks they protest too much:

I was just browsing the news articles on Digg and I found not one, discount viagra capsule but TWO attack articles about Sarah Palin:

  1. Why Sarah Palin really quit us. – By Dahlia Lithwick – Slate Magazine
  2. Majority Say Palin Unfit to be President

You know how many articles I found on Mitt Romney, sale Tim Pawlenty, viagra or any other GOP Presidential hopefuls?


Makes you wonder why so many people feel the need to keep trying to hold Ms. Palin’s head underwater.

(By the way, personally, I think she’s starting to act a little nuts, but that doesn’t explain why the lady brings out the absolute worst from the political Left.)

6 comments July 10th, 2009

I try never to rush to judgement…

…because more often than not something will happen that will make my quick judgement look dumb, viagra sales sovaldi sale but I have to say Sarah Palin’s decision to resign her governorship makes absolutely no sense to me.

1 comment July 5th, 2009

How can you not have a crush on blogger Ann Althouse…

…when she responds to the uproar over Sarah Palin being filmed in front of a man draining blood from dead turkeys with a comment like this:

Deal with it, viagra canada no rx you candy-asses. If you eat meat, something like that is going on in the background for you too.

9 comments November 21st, 2008

Here are words I don’t say every day:

I agree with the feminist Democrat.

Camille Paglia writes about Sarah Palin in Salon:

Given that Obama had served on a Chicago board with Ayers and approved funding of a leftist educational project sponsored by Ayers, buy viagra healing one might think that the unrepentant Ayers-Dohrn couple might be of some interest to the national media. But no, reporters have been too busy playing mini-badminton with every random spitball about Sarah Palin, who has been subjected to an atrocious and at times delusional level of defamation merely because she has the temerity to hold pro-life views.

How dare Palin not embrace abortion as the ultimate civilized ideal of modern culture? How tacky that she speaks in a vivacious regional accent indistinguishable from that of Western Canada! How risible that she graduated from the State University of Idaho and not one of those plush, pampered commodes of received opinion whose graduates, in their rush to believe the worst about her, have demonstrated that, when it comes to sifting evidence, they don’t know their asses from their elbows.

Liberal Democrats are going to wake up from their sadomasochistic, anti-Palin orgy with a very big hangover. The evil genie released during this sorry episode will not so easily go back into its bottle. A shocking level of irrational emotionalism and at times infantile rage was exposed at the heart of current Democratic ideology — contradicting Democratic core principles of compassion, tolerance and independent thought. One would have to look back to the Eisenhower 1950s for parallels to this grotesque lock-step parade of bourgeois provincialism, shallow groupthink and blind prejudice.

I like Sarah Palin, and I’ve heartily enjoyed her arrival on the national stage. As a career classroom teacher, I can see how smart she is — and quite frankly, I think the people who don’t see it are the stupid ones, wrapped in the fuzzy mummy-gauze of their own worn-out partisan dogma. So she doesn’t speak the King’s English — big whoop! There is a powerful clarity of consciousness in her eyes. She uses language with the jumps, breaks and rippling momentum of a be-bop saxophonist. I stand on what I said (as a staunch pro-choice advocate) in my last two columns — that Palin as a pro-life wife, mother and ambitious professional represents the next big shift in feminism. Pro-life women will save feminism by expanding it, particularly into the more traditional Third World.

As for the Democrats who sneered and howled that Palin was unprepared to be a vice-presidential nominee — what navel-gazing hypocrisy! What protests were raised in the party or mainstream media when John Edwards, with vastly less political experience than Palin, got John Kerry’s nod for veep four years ago? And Gov. Kathleen Sebelius of Kansas, for whom I lobbied to be Obama’s pick and who was on everyone’s short list for months, has a record indistinguishable from Palin’s. Whatever knowledge deficit Palin has about the federal bureaucracy or international affairs (outside the normal purview of governors) will hopefully be remedied during the next eight years of the Obama presidencies.

The U.S. Senate as a career option? What a claustrophobic, nitpicking comedown for an energetic Alaskan — nothing but droning committees and incestuous back-scratching. No, Sarah Palin should stick to her governorship and just hit the rubber-chicken circuit, as Richard Nixon did in his long haul back from political limbo following his California gubernatorial defeat in 1962. Step by step, the mainstream media will come around, wipe its own mud out of its eyes, and see Palin for the populist phenomenon that she is.

2 comments November 12th, 2008

I wonder if I can trademark this for 2012?

4 comments November 11th, 2008

Quick question:

If Sarah Palin manages to win the Republican nomination for President next cycle, sildenafil patient will the press hail her run as “historic” or will they do everything they can to depict it as racist, health anti-feminist, ask anti-intellectual, and mean spirited?

Yeah, that was a rhetorical question.

6 comments November 10th, 2008

I think I just missed my chance to increase my blog traffic 800%

…by including the phrase “naked pictures of Sarah Palin” in every other post.

I guess I’ll just have to remember to do that when she runs for President. ;)

Add comment November 4th, 2008

An endorsement…

…John McCain and Sarah Palin probably weren’t looking for:

Add comment November 3rd, 2008

Even if Halloween masks can “predict” the election…

…I think they’re making a mistake by not considering all the people who bought Sarah Palin masks:

Barack Obama will be the next president. At least that’s what BuySeasons of New Berlin predicted last week based on the sales of its 99-cent paper presidential masks.

Sales of the masks as of Oct. 31 showed Obama with 55 percent of the sales and John McCain with 45 percent. The company, sildenafil ambulance founded in 1999, buy cialis see has accurately predicted the last two presidential elections based on its mask sales.

In Wisconsin, however, McCain masks are outselling Obama mask by 64 percent to 36 percent.

The company does not release the numbers of masks, but it does track the percentage of sales.

The firm also tracked sales of the primary election candidates for the first time this year, and its customers correctly picked Obama and McCain from their respective party fields.

“We’re four for four so far,” said Jalem Getz, president and CEO of the company. “We’re not biased. We have no interest other than selling Halloween masks.”

Poll generates publicity
Even though the company tracks only the sales of Obama and McCain masks now, it does sell vice presidential masks, too.

“There is a huge demand for Sarah Palin,” Getz said. “Women are the largest segment we sell to. Seventy percent of our customers are women.”

After all, most people I know are voting Republican are basically voting for Sarah, not John.

1 comment November 2nd, 2008

I don’t have anything to add to this:

As if there were anything you could add to it.

2 comments October 30th, 2008

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