Posts Tagged ‘Sarah Palin

04
Mar
09

Invest in America’s Future by Donating to Sarah Palin’s Political Action committee

sarahThe strikingly voluptuous and intelligent almost vice-president (sigh) Sarah Palin has launched a new political action committee called SarahPac.

SarahPAC believes America’s best days are ahead. Our country, founded on conservative principles and the fight for freedom, must confront the challenges of the 21st century with integrity, innovation, and determination. SarahPAC believes the Republican Party is at the threshold of an historic renaissance that will build a better future for all.

During the 2008 campaign, Sarah was the victim of a series of orchestrated media hit-jobs, most notably the SNL skewering by the vacuous Tina “I can see Russia from my house” Fey. The mostly forgotten Katie “puff piece extraordinaire” Couric also hit below the belt with a string of unfair questions designed to paint the Alaskan governor and super-mom/grandmom as ill-informed and politically naive. If Sarah had been at the top of the ticket and surrounded herself with professional PR men and competent campaign advisers, America would not be in the tail-spin that we currently find ourselves.

Sarah Palin represents the future of an emerging Republican Party that refuses to kowtow to special interests, deadbeat welfare recipients, blue-collar ex-manufacturing job crybabies, entrenched lobbyist piranhas, or anti-patriotic Democrats who are hell-bent on destroying the fabric of Americanism. As we trudge wearily through the next four years of the assuredly disastrous B. Hussein Obama commie experiment, freedom-loving, God-fearing, hard-working Americans will be anxiously awaiting the opportunity to sift through the ashes of our imploded economy and wrecked domestic and foreign policies. To usher in the rebirth of the Great Conservative Republic, Sarah Palin will be there to lead the charge and hopefully will accept the nomination for president in 2012.

What’s the difference between a pitbull and a hockey mom? Lipstick ~ Sarah Palin (Acceptance speech at 2008 Republican National Convention, on selection as party’s vice-presidential candidate.)

25
Sep
08

Caribou Barbie Insulted By Formerly Impeached Judge


If Sarah Palin isn’t enough of a reason for you to get over whatever your problem is with Barack Obama, then you damn well had better pay attention. Anybody toting guns and stripping moose don’t care too much about what they do with Jews and blacks. So, you just think this through.

The above quote comes from Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-Florida). Hastings was a U.S. District Court from 1979 to 1989. He was impeached and removed from the bench for accepting a $150,000 bribe in exchange for a lenient sentence and a return of seized assets. In other words, a typical politician.

In 2006, it was reported that Nancy Pelosi was favoring Hastings for the position as head of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. Ultimately, the chair was handed to Rep. Silvestre Reyes (D-Texas) after someone on her staff told her that Mexicans are the smartest people in the World, and therefore, would do a much better job with intelligence matters. The staff member cited the Mayan civilization and their magical calendar which successfully predicted the end of the World in 2012.

I didn’t know that “gun toting” and “moose stripping” were behaviors associated with racism and and anti-Semitism. But then again, I do not possess the supreme intelligence and insight of a former federal judge and Congressperson. Hasting’s comments speak more to the low regard he held for the Florida rally attendees that he was addressing. Surely there are plenty of other valid reasons to oppose the McCain/Palin ticket. Now I see why he didn’t get the Intelligence Committee chair position.

Congress should not be in the business of supporting state-sponsored discrimination. ~ Alcee Hastings

10
Sep
08

Sarah Palin: The Lipsticked Pig

There has been a major upset on the U.S. political landscape. For the longest I thought Barry and Co. had the 2008 election wrapped up. With the adoring MSM election coverage, and the overwhelming need for “change” after the Bush Crime Family fiasco, who would think a Republican could get another shot at the White House? Well, it seems the balance of public opinion has tipped in the favor of the big dooky-caked GOP elephant.

As an ardent follower of political news, I try to keep abreast of the rapidly unfolding election coverage. The game got much more interesting with McCain’s selection of Sarah Palin, an attractive woman with a special needs child as VP. The hard-right conservative voters who felt they had to hold their collective noses to pull the lever for the pudding-brained moderate big government Senator were enticed with the entrance of the purportedly small-government firebrand from the wild Alaskan frontier.

The Palin selection was designed to enlist the scores of disaffected Hillary supporters that desperately needed a vagina in the White House at any cost. The maternal sympathy vote was exponentially compounded by the fact that Palin has a Down syndrome child (who may not have been issued from her womb). Also, dudes with a 50’s-era librarian fetish got a compelling reason to vote for the Republican ticket.

The McCain resuscitation (thanks to the addition of Palin) really hit home when I read Camille Paglia’s Salon article on Palin. As an intellectual and ardent feminist, Paglia’s laudatory treatment of Palin challenged the left’s supposed monopoly on strong feminist leaders. From the Salon.Com article:

Sarah Palin is like Annie Oakley, a brash ambassador from America’s pioneer past. She immediately reminded me of the frontier women of the Western states, which first granted women the right to vote after the Civil War — long before the federal amendment guaranteeing universal woman suffrage was passed in 1919.

Now that’s the Sarah Palin brand of can-do, no-excuses, moose-hunting feminism — a world away from the whining, sniping, wearily ironic mode of the establishment feminism represented by Gloria Steinem, a Hillary Clinton supporter whose shameless Democratic partisanship over the past four decades has severely limited American feminism and not allowed it to become the big tent it can and should be. Sarah Palin, if her reputation survives the punishing next two months, may be breaking down those barriers. Feminism, which should be about equal rights and equal opportunity, should not be a closed club requiring an ideological litmus test for membership.

The addition of Palin to the Republican ticket was a brilliant tactic designed to shift attention away from the corrupt, senile, pseudo conservative McCain. The jury is still out on this broad, but I am certain that I will find a reason to loathe Palin as much as I do every other political hack.

For the record, I do not think any of the current presidential candidates even deserve the role of sanitation commissioner. The corrupt two party duopoly system guarantees a loser every time in a staged over-hyped political bread and circus false-choice election. I would prefer an hourly electro-shock to the testicles before voting for the pudding-brained war-mongerer John McCain or the rudderless neophyte Barack Obama (whose leash is controlled by evil bastards such as Brzezinski and Biden).




Johnny Peepers

----> is a socio-pathetic degenerate with a penchant for cheap booze, ruphy-laden broads, and dim sum soup.

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