Sarah Palin

Pure comedy!! This presidential¬†campaign and its Republican candidate, Sarah Palin, has provided more than enough material to the delight of many and the chagrin of McCain and Palin. ūüėÄ

Enjoy!!!

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How anyone can say the media’s portrayal of Sarah Palin is sexist is beyond me. The Palin plain and simple truth is the woman is out of her league. Because of this fact she comes across as being ill prepared, stupid, and just plain dumb as hell…and quite honestly giving women all over the world a bad name.

This isn’t a case of the good old boys poking fun and the little girly girl…SHE’S CLUELESS PEOPLE!! CLUE. LESS!! If this is the person the republicans want a heartbeat away from the presidency…God help us!! She makes Dan Quayle look like a Mensa candidate.

I will continue to bash this dumb¬†pittbull in a skirt and lipstick until she goes away. It seems the people at Saturday Night Live will do the same. This is horribly sad and hilarious at the same time. ūüôā

 
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Someone forwarded this joke to me in an email. I hope it makes you giggle too.

While suturing a cut on the hand of a 75-year old rancher whose hand was caught in a gate while working cattle, the doctor struck up a conversation with the old man. Eventually the topic got around to Sarah Palin and her bid to be a heartbeat away from being President.

The old rancher said, “Well, ya know, Palin is a post turtle.”

Not being familiar with the term, the doctor asked him what a post turtle was.

The old rancher said, “When you’re driving down a country road and you come across a fence post with a turtle balanced on top, that’s a post turtle.”

The old rancher saw a puzzled look on the doctor’s face, so he continued to explain. “You know she didn’t get up there by herself, she doesn’t belong up there, she doesn’t know what to do while she is up there, and you just wonder what kind of dumb ass put her up there to begin with.

Sooooo, some of Oprah’s fans are crying foul because she will not invite the Republican VP nominee, Sarah Palin, to her show until after the election.

She’s being two-faced,” said Dr. Cindy Grossman-Green, a pediatrician and Oprah fan from outside Philadelphia. “She initially had Obama on her show, but now that she’s decided [to support him], she won’t have any other political candidates on.”

[Source]

Whine much? How about some cheese?

She has publically endorsed Barack Obama and has assisted in his fundraising you nimrod! Why in the world would she invite and subsequently give invaluable airtime to his competitors? Not a very strategic move, no?

Once she brings Obama on and opens the door to political people [on her show], it’s only fair to bring both Republicans and Democrats on,” she added.

Fair? Fair? Unlike mass media outlets, Oprah isn’t required to give “fair” airtime to¬†political candidates, she doesn’t have to be “balanced“. In case you missed it, the name of her show is THE OPRAH WINFREY SHOW. Not ABC, not CBS, not NBC, FOX, CNN, etc. She doesn’t have a board of directors or investors to answer to. She doesn’t have to be “unbiased” in her presentation of topics or invited guests.

But¬†you over zealous feminist women who are whining about “fairness” are the same ones, I imagine, that were pissy with Oprah when¬†she decided to¬†support Obama in the first place.¬†You [die-hard feminist]¬†got¬†your granny panties all in a bunch because she decided NOT to endorse Hillary Clinton. You wanted her to pledge allegiance to female power…to Va Jay Jays everywhere. Yeah, I get it.

However, you’ve seemed to have slept on one big factor here. While Ms Winfrey is a woman…she still is a black woman who hails from a humble beginning in the hills of Mississippi. A state steeped in an ugly history of racial bigotry and injustices. Now I can’t speak for Ms Winfrey because¬†she does a far better job of it anyway and I don’t know the lady. But¬†I would gamble to say that Barack Obama struck a chord with her as he did many. Something resonated within her soul.

Here is a man that isn’t pandering to one particular group of people because he can see the bigger picture. Here is a man that represents hope and who doesn’t mind rolling up his sleeves and working hard for “the people” in his community and subsequently, his country. And this is a Black man. An African American Man.

Forty five years after Martin Luther King, Jr gave his “I Have A Dream” speech in Washington, DC, we are seeing the fruits of his labor (and the Civil Rights Movement). Forty five years after the blood, sweat, tears, and death of so many black men and women a Black Man is the Democratic nominee for President of the United States!! It gives me goosebumps!!

It is my humble opinion that young black boys and men need to see this example of responsibility, hard work, and hope far more so than feminist women trying to break through the glass ceiling. The 18 million cracks are there…ya just gotta wait your turn and STOP THE DAYUM WHINING!!

I haven’t been able to bring myself to watch the RNC, my stomach is weak and I can’t handle all the bullshit and hypocrisy. The people in this party are unbelievable and talk out of both sides of their neck! don’t believe me? View the video.

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Also, I received an email today from someone passing along info from one of Palin’s alleged constituents in Alaska. Always the skeptic and not believing everything I read, I Googled the person named. In short, it is¬†supposedly a letter from an educator in Alaska coming out against Palin.¬†

Google returned a link to this blog, theWOWatch (Women in the News. Women on the News). Whoopi Goldberg is a contributor and has posted an poignant piece regarding her thoughts on Sarah Palin. Read it HERE!

Also, another fellow blogger has pointed out some innacuracies in both “Palin’s speech¬†and McCain’s rhetoric”. Check it out at The Mo’Kelly Report.

Do you think the Republicans are hypocritical when it comes to the media treatment/scrutiny of Palin? What about their [Republicans]¬†stance to back off the topic of her unwed teenage daughter? How does that fit into the party of “family values”? Would their reaction be the same of a Democrat’s family had it been the same circumstances?

What are your thoughts?