There’s some excitement about the suggestion that Sarah Palin may have cheated on her husband

September 4th, 2008

How long before that suggestion becomes an implication that her husband isn’t the real father of her newborn?

(Sigh. Can’t we just stop playing, discount cialis stuff “how low can you go?”)

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  • 1. grumps  |  September 4th, 2008 at 12:59 pm

    Where do you read this bilge?

    Can we talk about her borrow and spend proclivities? Can we talk about her attempts to have books pulled from the Public Library? Can we talk about Joe Vogler and Joel’s Army and all the other kooky causes she supports.

    Dennis Miller once said, “Nothing in this world interests me more than my orgasm. Nothing in this world interests me less than yours. I don’t care if you have to strap a platypus to your crotch to get off. Just don’t knock on my door and ask to borrow my platypus.”

    Can we talk about Sarah Palin refusing to co-operate with the independent investigation into “Troopergate” and her declaring the war in Iraq to be a mission from God?

    Even if she’s shtupping McCain it has nothing to do with her qualifications. Neither does Levi Johnston but I bet they trot him out one more time tonight.

  • 2. elliot  |  September 4th, 2008 at 1:41 pm

    I didn’t go looking for this, Grumps. Simon is someone I’ve been reading for years. And while I knew our politics didn’t match up, I’ve been shocked by his response to Sarah Palin’s nomination.

  • 3. John Foust  |  September 4th, 2008 at 2:09 pm

    National Enquirer, grumps. National Enquirer. Even they have to try to out-slime the blogs.

  • 4. grumps  |  September 4th, 2008 at 2:52 pm

    No, John. I think you’re wrong about the Enquirer. I read two weeks ago about how credible they were and how accurate their political reporting was.

    Now…if only I could remember where I read that. It wasn’t here. I know that. Hmmm ;)

  • 5. John Foust  |  September 4th, 2008 at 7:39 pm

    That business about John Edwards was just a lucky guess.

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