Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Her Star Fading Fast, Palin CANCELS CPAC Appearance

In a move that has stunned her radical right wing, pro life conservative wing nut supporters, Sarah Palin of fleeting fame has dropped out of CPAC, will not be making her promised appearance at the event...probably out of fear she would not have placed well in the straw poll contest to pick a 2012 Presidential nominee for the Republican Ticket. The political whack job from Alaska of Troopergate Shame who has ZERO CHANCE at a successful White House run, and who may have seen her last win in a major political race when she became governor has seen her political stock tumble since Americans saw THE TRUE PALIN when she was McCain's running mate this past fall. Fake values, poor job of raising children who are now having children out of wedlock themselves, and putting her job before her downs syndrome child make her a poor choice as a role model, but the rabid religious right desparate for any one that can keep their radical agenda in the news have been propping the Radical Pentacostal woman up, doing everything in their power to keep her fleeting fame alive...this stunning cancellation may be the beginning of the end for the Sarah Palin show and the sooner she goes back to eating Moose meat off of paper plates, the better off we here in the main body of America will be.
February 10, 2009
Posted: 06:47 PM ET

Palin will not be attending this year s CPAC, confirm organizers.
Palin will not be attending this year’s CPAC, confirm organizers.

(CNN) — Sarah Palin will not be attending the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington later this month, her office confirmed to CNN Tuesday.

The Alaska governor had been expected to serve as the headline attraction at the three day event, which is also scheduled to include conservative icons like Newt Gingrich, Rush Limbaugh, and Ann Coulter. The presidential straw poll conducted at the annual Washington gathering is widely viewed as a reliable bellwether of conservative support. Several of the GOP’s past — and potentially future — presidential hopefuls are also slated to address the gathering, including Mike Huckabee, Mitt Romney and Ron Paul.

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