Thursday, September 11, 2008
Bay Buchanan, the female mouth piece of the hollier than thou rabid right wing radicals is on CNN trying to prop Sarah Palin up, but it is obvious a few more interviews in front of the press will destroy any credibility this FAKE wants us to believe she has. Let's be real, she has not even traveled abroad, has never met even ONE foreign leader.
America's men might want to bed Sarah Palin, or perhaps have a beer after going Moose hunting with her, but this woman IS NOT VICE PRESIDENTIAL MATERIAL. This dim DOMME wannabe needs to go back to Alaska, stick to letting her husband lick her high heels.
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
The United States remains "dangerously vulnerable" to chemical, biological and nuclear attacks seven years after the 9/11 attacks, a forthcoming independent study concludes.
Adviser Warned Palin on Trooper Issue
|Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin in Juneau, Alaska, on Sept. 5, 2007.|
Hiding Sarah Palin behind 'deference'
September 9, 2008
Troublemakers need not apply.
The dictionary definitions I find begin with "respectful submission" and "yielding."
But it would be wrong -- and, dare I say it, even sexist -- to suggest that Sarah Barracuda is too meek for a little back-and-forth with the denizens of the Fourth Estate.
ANCHORAGE: When Governor Sarah Palin of Alaska took center stage at the Republican convention last week, she sought to burnish her executive credentials by telling how she had engineered the deal that jump-started a long-delayed gas pipeline project.
Stretching more than 1,700 miles, it would deliver natural gas from the North Slope of Alaska to the lower 48 states and be the largest private-sector infrastructure project on the continent.
"And when that deal was struck, we began a nearly $40 billion natural gas pipeline to help lead America to energy independence," said Palin, (give us a break you lying, two faced, forked tongue bitch, not one shovel of dirt has been lifted, you are trotting out a red herring) the Republican vice-presidential nominee. "That pipeline, when the last section is laid and its valves are opened, will lead America one step farther away from dependence on dangerous foreign powers that do not have our interests at heart." (a cute little ploy Sarah, but can you tell us WHEN that last section is going to be laid, when the lower 48 can expect so much as ONE OUNCE of that natural gas is going to flow, thus releaving us of our dependence on foreign oil? Further, do you think it is fair that American's will have to pay higher prices for gas because you want to give EVERY CITIZEN in Alaska a OIL/GAS kickback?)
The reality, however, is far more ambiguous than the impression Palin has left at the convention and on the campaign trail.
Certainly she proved effective in attracting developers to a project that has eluded Alaska governors for three decades. But an examination of the pipeline project also found that Palin has overstated both the progress that has been made and the certainty of success.
The pipeline exists only on paper. The first section has yet to be laid, federal approvals are years away and the pipeline will not be completed for at least a decade. In fact, although it is the centerpiece of Palin's relatively brief record as governor, the pipeline might never be built, and under a worst-case scenario, the state could lose up to $500 million it committed to defray regulatory and other costs.
Contributing to the project's uncertainty is Palin's antagonistic relationship with the major oil companies that control Alaska's untapped gas reserves.
Palin won the governor's office in part by capitalizing on populist distaste for the political establishment's coziness with Big Oil, and her pipeline strategy was intended to blunt its power over the process. Her willingness to take on the oil companies has allowed the McCain campaign to portray her as a scourge of special interests.
Now, though, she will need the industry's cooperation if her plan is to succeed, and just this week, her office said she intended to reach out to the North Slope oil companies.
More importantly, even on her own TURF she is reading from a teleprompter...if she really had the BALLS she claims she has, why not go one on one with the press? Is she AFRAID her carefully crafted veneer will crumble? Let's be truthful...a John McCain/Sarah Palin White House will be FOUR MORE YEARS of the same failed policies that have us where we are at today. More importantly, do we want this GOLD DIGGING, Ear Mark loving shrew answering the phone at 3 AM if and when John McCain's health fails as surely it will.
Search for the 'God particle' begins
Robert Evans, Reuters
Published: Tuesday, September 09, 2008
GENEVA -- International scientists celebrated the successful start of a huge particle-smashing machine on Wednesday which aims to simulate the conditions of the "Big Bang" that created the universe.
1. If you or your daughter were a victim of RAPE or INCEST, Sarah Palin would FORCE HER to carry the child to term.
2. She is violently opposed to STEM CELL RESEARCH. In short, she has no problem sentencing people to death, denying them the cure that stem cell research represents.
3. She is a homophobic BIGOT that has a serious axe to grind against all gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender citizens of America. She wanted to deny gay couples ANY RIGHTS.
4. She not only wears furs, but also authorized the state of Alaska (going against federal laws) to hunt Artic Wolves from the air...that is not hunting, that is cold blooded MURDER.
5. She claims to be against earmarks, yet ACTIVELY sought them for the city she was Mayor of, actually hiring a Jack Abramoff groomed lobbyist to fight for her in Washington, DC.
6. Claims she put the state plane on Ebay, but that is only PART OF THE STORY. The plane DID NOT SELL ON Ebay, was removed from said site, and eventually was sold via a PRIVATE SALE for a LOSS.
7. Claims to have conservative Christian values, yet A) has had a sexual affair with her husband's business partner, and B) did such a LOUSY JOB as mother to her daughter that said daughter is carrying a BASTARD CHILD. Let's not forget she ADMITS to smoking dope up through 2006.
Monday, September 8, 2008
Sunday, September 7, 2008
Davis says Palin won't give any interviews until she feels "comfortable" giving one. And this morning he added that she wouldn't give any "until the point in time when she'll be treated with respect and deference."
I find Davis's choice of words more than interesting. Merriam Websters Dictionary on Deference-respect and esteem due a superior or an elder; also : affected or ingratiating regard for another's wishes.
America, there is only one of two reasons that the McCain staff wants to keep the press away from Sarah Palin:
A) Unfettered access to Sarah Palin will uncover the fact that there is no substance there, and she has no business running for the second highest office in America, or
B) She's a stuck up elitist cunt who believes she too good to mix with the common men and women of America, even reporters.
I am guessing B with a dash of A.
Palin brings aboard two Bush veterans
From NBC/NJ's Matthew Berger
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. -- The McCain campaign is bringing two Bush administration communication veterans on board to beef up the team that will travel with Palin.
Tucker Eskew has joined the Palin team as a senior advisor, and campaign officials said he will play a role akin to chief of staff. Eskew served as director of the White House Office of Global Communications and as director of media affairs.
The campaign also confirmed Friday that Tracey Schmitt is joining as deputy communications director and national spokesperson. She is a former Republican National Committee spokesperson.
Now, many Democrats see a McCain presidency as nothing more than four more years of George Bush...with that thought in mind, I have a question for Mr. McCain. The most recent job statistics show America has lost 600,000 plus jobs in the past year. If your stump speech is to be believed, you Mr. McCain want to make the tax cuts permanent (even though 95 percent of the tax cuts benefit the rich and elite) as doing so will CREATE MORE JOBS. So my question is Mr. McCain, is, "If the George Bush tax cuts will create MORE JOBS, how do you explain the 600,000 lost jobs in 2008?