brownlou wrote:Did Pat nail it here?
http://www.crooksandliars.com/2008/09/0 ... -whiplash/
What did Sarah Palin ever do to inspire the rage and bile that exploded on her selection by John McCain? What is there either in this woman's record or resume to elicit such feline ferocity?
brownlou wrote:I am merely pointing out how Pat is. That is all. He sure did jump on the Palin bandwagon quickly.
I wonder what Pat would be saying if Obama had a 17 year old pregnant daughter? I can only imagine.
Where have you been? It is everywhere. There have been a thousand made up lies. Her baby isn't her baby. She banned books from the library. She had an affair. They have been nonstop and repeated by "credible" journalists and news outlets. The condescension about the current governor of Alaska being referred to as a mayor where the townhall is a baitshop. She's a hick. There is a ton of it.dudejcb wrote:what rage?
He did support sex ed for kindergartners. That is not a lie. Obama clarified to "age appropriate" sex education for kindergartners. What the hell is age appropriate sex education for a 5 year old kid? There are boys and there are girls. Lesson over.dudejcb wrote:when will McRove show the "honor" he speaks of and quit telling lies... like teaching sex ed to kindergartners?...
It was completely stupid and should have realized the mistake he made when the crowd reacted the way they did. I agree Obama wasn't referring to Palin because he was too stupid to realize the obvious double entendre of what he had said.dudejcb wrote:and distorting the oft quoted (by McRove himself) and trite saying, "a pig with lipstick is still a pig" and then pretending it was an insult directed at Palin?
Not the least bit McRovian are you there dude?dudejcb wrote:BTW: anyone who thinks moose stew is the best cuisine ever is, hmmm, taste bud challenged or simply stupid.
I made venison stew last week. It was good and I like it, but no way would I ever claim that by golly "it's my favorite dish." her claim is either as ludicrous as her candidacy, or she is such a hick she's never had any really good food. Oh yeah... that was just a part of her image makeover. I guess that's okay if your an R.
Well with the last post, I think our original impression was spot on. You are definitely not on the Palin bandwagon. I'm really shocked by that.brownlou wrote:For all you know, I am on the Palin bandwagon.
brownlou wrote:One quick question....where do I say I am a liberal? I merely asked a question and pointed out how Pat is? Yes, you cannot deny that he jumped on the Palin bandwagon.
pennsyltucky wrote:people say "she kept the money" like she stuck it in her bra and ran.....
Glimmerjim wrote: I may be slow but I'm dumb!
Anyone who takes Pat Buchanan seriously doesn't have room to talk about anything. I have watch Pat for many years and think he a hater monger and an idiot. He has lost all influence in his own party. I believe you must be the last one of his fans.
Glimmerjim wrote: I may be slow but I'm dumb!
You'll have to try again. She did kill the bridge.brownlou wrote:BTW Spinner....
Palin's first national lie was when she said "thanks but no thanks" to congress on the bridge to no where. Then she kept the money. If it looks like an earmark and acts like an earmark then its a earmark. You had to know that one on your own, Spinner.
Gov. Sarah Palin ordered state transportation officials to abandon the ''bridge to nowhere'' project that became a nationwide symbol of federal pork-barrel spending. The $398 million bridge would have connected Ketchikan, on one island in southeastern Alaska, to its airport on another nearby island. ''Ketchikan desires a better way to reach the airport,'' Ms. Palin, a Republican, said in a news release, ''but the $398 million bridge is not the answer.'' She directed the State Transportation Department to find the most ''fiscally responsible'' alternative for access to the airport. Ketchikan is Alaska's entry port for northbound cruise ships that bring more than one million visitors yearly. Flights into Gravina Island require a 15-minute ferry ride to reach the more densely populated Revillagigedo Island and Ketchikan.
The hatred of Palin has got so bad that even Chris Matthews took time out of his show to rip on a couple Democratic party officials. These were NOT blogger jackasses. You can stay in your bubble if you want, but the hatred is way beyond the basement trolls posting on there blogs that nobody reads.dudejcb wrote:you confuse blogger jackasses with professional journalists. God know Rush never told a whopper, but then again he doesn't call himself a journalist.
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