Re: What will Tina Fey do now?
Agree, Mark. And your question begs another, “What will Kathleen Parker do now?” According to talk show host Mike Gallagher, she isn’t budging: “On my radio show today, Parker defended her column. Feisty and a bit combative, she reiterated her belief that Gov. Palin is a lightweight who wasn’t “properly vetted” and ought to fade away into the sunset, clearing the way, as she put | Read More »
The media elites of both the Left and the Right are trying so hard to define what Palin should say and do, and frankly it’s insulting to the average voter. Joe and Jane America couldn’t care less about what Palin reads, what Supremes ruling she dislikes the most or whether she’s familiar with all eight permutations of the Bush Doctrine. What the average American wants | Read More »
Memo to Kathleen Parker
A lot of us like Mitt, too. But John McCain did not ask him to be his running mate. Please get over it. It’s just a month before the election, for Tom’s* sake! Meanwhile, your anti-Palin rants have been cut and pasted on virtual garbage dumps Democratic Underground, etc. Aren’t you just soooo proud? Regards, JP *(Please Google “Tom Eagleton”)
Russians, Canadians and Palin, oh my!
Republican vice presidential candidate Gov. Sarah Palin has taken enough heat to melt the Artic Circle over this exchange with CBS’ Katie Couric: Couric: You’ve cited Alaska’s proximity to Russia as part of your foreign policy experience. What did you mean by that? Sarah Palin: That Alaska has a very narrow maritime border between a foreign country, Russia, and, on our other side, the land-boundary | Read More »
Of Russian bombers and Alaskan airspace
LA Times media scribe James Rainey mocks Sarah Palin for her pointing out, in the Katie Couric interview: It’s very important when you consider even national security issues with Russia as Putin rears his head and comes into the airspace of the United States of America, where, where do they go? It’s Alaska. It’s just right over the border. In his hit piece, Raines wonders: | Read More »
Palin v. Biden: Who’s the real ticket-killer?
“Mainstream media” (MSM) never was an accurate representation of what this country’s major print and broadcast news sources are and what they do. “Mainstream” is defined, when used as an adjective, as “representing the prevailing attitudes, values and practices of a society or group.” The media, as a group, certainly has a set of prevailing attitudes, values and practices, but they are not those of | Read More »
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Is this young governor qualified to be VP?
How qualified to be vice president of the United States could a Republican be who:
Watchdog group lifts the fog from Alaskan bridge
Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW), a non-partisan, non-profit organization on a mission to eliminate waste, mismanagement and inefficiency in the federal government, has published a background report on Alaska’s infamous “bridge to nowhere” which finally clears the air surrounding what has become the poster child for federal pork projects.
What if Palin had given Gibson Joe Biden answers?
The nattering nabobs of nonsense are busy parsing Sarah Palin’s answers to Charlie Gibson’s questions in the first segment of the ABC News interview and proclaiming that she isn’t ready to be vice president, God forbid president of the United States. “She wants to start a war with Russia!” and “She didn’t know what the Bush Doctrine is!” they are sneering. Never mind that she | Read More »
Liberals know much about Sarah Palin that isn’t so
One of my favorite Ronald Reagan quotes comes from my favorite Reagan speech. It is in his famous “A Time for Choosing” address where we find this memorable line: The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant, but that they know so much that isn’t so. Like so many other things our 40th president said, that one has been proven to | Read More »
Heartless: Gretchen has more soul anyway
So the aging hippie-chick Wilson sisters of the 1970s-80s rock band Heart object to their song “Barracuda” being played at McCain Palin events. So what? Why not use another Wilson’s (no relation, I think) song instead? Gretchen Wilson likely would not mind loaning her wildly popular country anthem “Redneck Woman” to Sarah Palin , I’ll wager. Gretchen was a Fred Thompson supporter early on and | Read More »
With each new bizarre slur the hard Left concots, the deeper it sinks into the cesspool of liberal lies. These people are Scared Mittless TM of Sarah Palin, and it’s all too obvious. Here’s the latest, probably devised while viewing kiddie porn and feeling a tingle go up the left leg:
Liberal media attacks won’t deter McCain or Palin
It’s clear what major liberal media outlets such as the New York Times and CNN, driven by their more unhinged counterparts on the left end of the blogosphere, are trying to do. They are slinging as much manure as they can wallow in at Sarah Palin, John McCain’s choice to run with him as the GOP’s vice presidential nominee, hoping enough of it will stick | Read More »
The Accomplished Sarah Palin
Thursday night/Friday morning, on the eve of John McCain’s announcement of who his running mate would be, was an all-nighter for this scribe. I really was tired and sleepy, but I just couldn’t make myself go to bed. Instead I was following this thread of comments on the Draft Sarah Palin For Vice President website. Adam Brickley, who created the site in February of 2007, | Read More »
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Biden, check. Palin, checkmate.
I’ve already shown how Sarah Palin would be a smart pick by John McCain to be his running mate. In light of recent events, she’s looking like a smarter selection . The announcement made early this morning by the Obama camp that Delaware Senator Joe Biden is Obama’s choice to share the Democrat presidential ticket with him sets the stage for McCain to name his | Read More »
The Beauty of Sarah Palin
I’m not talking about the mere physical attractiveness of Alaska’s governor, though she has been blessed with an abundance of that gift. Palin was a competitor in the 1984 Miss Alaska beauty pageant after being named Miss Wasilla earlier that year, where she also won Miss Congeniality honors. No, what I’m dicussing here is beauty in the political sense – as in the beauty of | Read More »
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