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That is white trash.

RoVA Ben

She is the snorg t-shirt girl.

Ian Jordan

You bash democrats all day (I guess you call yourself a dem still) but the only thing you criticize Palin so far on is a 20 year old picture?

Jesus, the woman was in college...who gives a shit what her shirt says. The only thing trashy is you continuing your ridiculous smearing.

Tatum

Quick, somebody call Chris Matthews. Looks like Sara Palin had been a college girl.

I saw that t-shirt a few weeks ago, only it was some girl hanging around a street sign.

Hokie Guru

Ian, dude, you sound like a bitter man. Rather than posting insults, add some ideas. What do you think of Palin, her record, etc.?

RoVA Ben

What record? I hear she paved that one road in Wasilia, does that count?

RoVA Ben

Ohh ohh! I know! Her husband races snowmobiles and she eats moose!

Certainly, those are big qualifications to be one weak 72-year old cancer addled heartbeat away.

Wasilla City Hall

Clearly, a major metropolitan area.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/87119361@N00/319098225

t

Do not use the Lord's name in vain Ian.

Hey T!

"1 Timothy 2:12 I do not permit a woman to teach, nor have authority over men".

t

Ian, you are obviously a very unhappy individual.

We are here to help Ian. When one member of the community is traumatized, we all hurt with him.

We love you man.

Jonathan

Does McCain's selection of Palin demonstrate a disturbing trend? After returning from Vietnam, McCain dumped his then-wife for a woman 17 years his junior. Now, he selects a female running mate who is 28 years his junior and who he has referred to as his "soulmate." Why is McCain always trying to attach himself to younger women??

t

t is unaware of any Biblical prohibition against allowing a woman to help us win an election.

He was also staring at her ass during her intro speech, Jonathan.

Hokie Guru

T is right, Ian. Heavens, this is the second time today that I've agreed with T. This is a sign that I need to log off.

So, "T", a woman being President isn't "having authority over man"?

Because if McCain croaks, that's what happens.

t

Because she is a Godly pro-life wonderful person.

Anyone would be attracted to her.

t

There are many Biblical examples of Godly women as judges and other community servants.

Praise God for Sarah Palin.

RoVA Ben

Well, we see who this pick appeals to.

Fringe nutballs like "t".

RoVA Ben

I hear she was also a Buchananite in 96 and 2000.

There goes whatever hope McCain had of capturing the Jewish vote in Florida.

t

Sarah Palin will make an OUTSTANDING President.

t is 100% on board with Sarah Palin.

Praise God for this opportunity to work for such an outstanding Stateswoman.

eh

haha

That'll get her another 100,000 guy votes.

Here's a little white lie from Joe Biden:

http://hotair.com/archives/2008/08/30/video-biden-sees-unborn-people/
He said this is the reason he left Scranton:

"Bob Casey was twelve years older than me, and Bobby Casey was twelve years younger than me. And I knew somebody famous was going to come out of Scranton, and I sure a’ hell knew it wadn’t gonna be me."

Joe Biden left Scranton when he was 10. Do the math.

By the way, just because someone believes abortion is sinful doesn't mean they don't flirt or don't have hot sex. She's had five kids, you know.

She's eating up the men. Time just displayed a bunch of videos about her and called her the new Queen of You Tube. Here's one example:


http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1837608_1837607_1837593,00.html

Ian Jordan

Thank you so much, t. I will remember that, since I am so very very unhappy.

Hokie Guru, Palin is a desperate and vapid pick. I am happy McCain picked her. And why bother adding ideas to, as t would say "hallowed pages", this site when everything posted is ridiculous?

I'm not gonna put on dress shoes to go walking in the gutter.

RoVA Ben

I'm waiting for a McCain supporter to tell me how picking someone as vapid as Palin is "putting country first".

I'm waiting.

RoVA Ben

Very cute how eh thinks the 40 year old virgin vote will win the election for McCain.

eh

Ah, RoVa is back. He's the guy who last week said the Ayers issue was going away. Read the Sun-Times today -- the Obama camp is going into damage control by now admitting Obama knew Ayers very well but it wasn't during his terrorism period. (The back story is that the op-ed writer is from the Obama camp.)

The Buchanan/Palin story has been debunked on Political Punch. She was a Forbes supporter. I'd give you the cite but I have no desire to do your intellectual work for you.

RoVA Ben

Yeah, thats sure sunk his campaign.

I mean, Obama is at 41 and McCain is at 49.

Oh wait, I got it backwards. So, no.

Explain to me how the Palin pick "puts country first".

RoVA Ben

Fun fact: McCain was one of the people that pushed for Bush Sr. to put Quayle on the ticket in '88.

t

All women were rightfully slapped in the face by Obama's words to Hillary: "You dismissed."

Those same woman are now going to send Obama a powerful clear message by voting for Palin - what a wonderful venue to vent!

Hokie Guru

I'm hoping the election is going to be about ideas; a McCain/Palin Supreme Court will be much different (much farther right) than that of Obama/Biden.

RoVA Ben

Saying Palin is Hillary Clinton is akin to saying Alan Keyes is Barack Obama.

It is day three of the Palin mania. I cannot help laughing at all the hyperventilating Dems.

Maybe this should be called the "Liberal Democrat suicide watch," because the more rabid and froth-mouthed the faithful liberal attack dogs get, the worse they are making their party, and by extension their candidate, look to the average voter.

With every snide remark about being a mayor of a town of 7,000, they show their disdain of small town America, where this campaign will be won or lost.

With every dig at her family, saying "how could she subject her young child to a campaign," they are showing their contempt for working women everywhere.

I think the reason Dems are so furious is that, deep down, maybe on a subconscious level, they are realizing that they have taken the most favorable politcal climate for democrats in over 35 years and thrown it away by picking the wrong candidate.

As a Republican, I am almost stunned at the fact that, with everything going so right for Democrats, they are still going to lose.

This will throw the entire Democrat party into chaos.

I can't wait.

RoVA Ben

You didn't provide a link to that story because it hasn't been debunked at all. She denies it, saying she only wore a Buchanan campaign button to "make him feel welcome". Yeah, right. Buchanan says she is a supporter.

Spirit of Tom Downing

More evidence that the pick is Christmas in August for Democrats. Ho, ho, ho!

I'm going to have fun watching Palin hoist her own petard.

It's really sad.

John McCain used to be a statesman with a compelling personal biography and great reputation.

With this pick he has turned himself into a sniggering punchline. Sad.

The lust for the Presidency has killed many statesman, and McCain is the latest to die.

Doug

Ben- this is trashy to you? Holy crap, have you ever had fun? I'm maybe having to rethink if I like this lady. Even with the religious nut angle, this would have been a date of mine in college (God bless Catholic University, and Trinity in Washington, DC... cue Billy Joel...)

But that t-shirt?!? oh Lordy, call off the election!! Buzzzzzz...

Sarah Palin thinks the Founding Fathers wrote the Pledge of Allegiance.


From this link

http://eagleforumalaska.blogspot.com/2006/07/2006-gubernatorial-candidate.html

11. Are you offended by the phrase “Under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance? Why or why not?

SP: Not on your life. If it was good enough for the founding fathers, its good enough for me and I’ll fight in defense of our Pledge of Allegiance

What a bimbo airhead. It wasn't written until the late 1800s, and the phrase "under God" wasn't added until the 1950s.

6:51
Unlike your leader obama who said
" I have campaigned in all 57 states"

I bet Palin knows better.

It is fun to watch the liberal heads explode over the realization that they have just lost the election.
What is more interesting is to see the extreme anger from these peacenicks who run around with the "war is not the answer" bumper stickers.
What a bunch of saps.

Sarah Palin

Hi everyone! Watch as I hoist my own petard!

Palin Not a Hit

http://www.time-blog.com/swampland/2008/08/focusedthe_sequel.html

Another week, another Frank Luntz/AARP focus group of undecided voters--this one in Minneapolis and with some bad news for John McCain: they don't like the choice of Sarah Palin for vice president. Only one person said Palin made him more likely to vote for McCain; about half the 25-member group raised their hands when asked if Palin made them less likely to vote for McCain. They had a negative impression of Palin by a 2-1 margin...a fact that was reinforced when they were given hand-dials and asked to react to Palin's speech at her first appearance with McCain on Friday---the dials remained totally neutral as Palin went through her heart-warming(?) biography, and only blipped upwards when she said she opposed the Bridge to Nowhere--which wasn't quite the truth, as we now know.

Then there was this, from a woman named Teresa, who went to the Democratic Convention as a Hillary delegate and is leaning toward voting for McCain--obviously the target audience for the Palin pick: "His age didn't really bother me until he picked Palin. What if he dies in office and leaves us with her as President? Also she leans toward the rigid right, and I always thought he was a moderate...You know, I change my mind almost every day, but right now I"m wondering where the John McCain I really liked in 2000 went, what happened to the moderate? This John McCain has the look of someone who is being manipulated--probably by Karl Rove."

Teresa still wasn't willing to vote for Obama, whom she considers too inexperienced, but she was clearly wavering. Afterwards Luntz, good Republican that he is, made the case that Palin could win all these people back with a good convention speech, but that seemed far-fetched to me. They really saw this pick as a gimmick--and one that reflected badly on John McCain's judgment.

PWConservative

Who cares about politic's?
Wawowweewa

Really putting country first there, PWConservative.

I heard that obama wanted to make ayers attorney general and put rezko in charge of the federal reserve

Pete in Williamsburg

When the Wednesday morning quarterbacks list the reasons McCain-Palin lost, this will NOT be one of the reasons. That shirt's about as G-rated as it gets.

obama supporters laugh about potential loss of life during hurricane gustav then blame the person recording them..

typical obama supporters

Palin ousted the Republican Gov. because of ethic issues, what do we see from the other side?

Obama supporter from Louisiana:
“Indicted Congressman Bids for 10th Term “

Obama supporter from Michigan:
“Kilpatrick Reportedly Proposed Plea Deal”

Sean Holihan

Ben, do you still think Palin was a good choice, who, btw, believes that the Pledge was written by the Founding Fathers? Other conservative beliefs espoused by Palin included.

I don't know, she sounds a lot like Bush. Doesn't seem like change to me.

Sarah Palin answering a questions from a 2006 questionnaire:

3. Will you support funding for abstinence-until-marriage education instead of for explicit sex-education programs, school-based clinics, and the distribution of contraceptives in schools?

SP: Yes, the explicit sex-ed programs will not find my support.

10. Do you support the Alaska Supreme Court’s ruling that spousal benefits for state employees should be given to same-sex couples? Why or why not?

SP: No, I believe spousal benefits are reserved for married citizens as defined in our constitution.

11. Are you offended by the phrase “Under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance? Why or why not?

SP: Not on your life. If it was good enough for the founding fathers, its good enough for me and I’ll fight in defense of our Pledge of Allegiance.

12. In relationship to families, what are your top three priorities if elected governor?

SP: 1. Creating an atmosphere where parents feel welcome to choose the venues of education for their children.
2. Preserving the definition of “marriage” as defined in our constitution.
3. Cracking down on the things that harm family life: gangs, drug use, and infringement of our liberties including attacks on our 2nd Amendment rights.

http://eagleforumalaska.blogspot.com/2006/07/2006-gubernatorial-candidate.html

t

Praise God!

This is more wonderful than I could have hoped for.

Ian Jordan

t, you're an idiot.

Hokie Guru

Excellent find, Sean.

sh,
how bout these gems from president biden and barak America

jb:
abandon his campaign when it was discovered that he had plagiarized speeches from a British politician, substituting in key details to make the story his own.

he mused about Illinois Sen. Obama: “I mean, you got the first mainstream African American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy.”

“you cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent.””

Speaking at the Democratic National Convention about Obama’s foreign policy judgment, Biden stated that Obama has advocated for two additional battalions in Afghanistan.
In fact, Obama called for two extra brigades – a small verbal slip, but a significant numerical one. A brigade is composed of a varying number of battalions.


Biden: "I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy."

Biden also said he doubts whether American voters are going to elect "a one-term, a guy who has served for four years in the Senate,’ and added: ‘I don’t recall hearing a word from Barack about a plan or a tactic.’”

Stephanopoulos: "You were asked: 'Is he ready?' You said, 'I think he can be ready, but right now I don't believe he is. The presidency is not something that lends itself to on-the-job training.'"

Biden: "I think I stand by the statement."

Biden Gaffe 3 - ABC This Week - May 18, 2008.

STEPHANOPOULOS: "Do you still stand by the statement?"

BIDEN: "That was a year ago. He's learned a hell of a lot."

STEPHANOPOULOS: "So he's developed...uh... on the campaign trail??"

Biden on Obama: "In order to look tough, he's undermined his ability to be tough... "It's a well-intended notion he has, but it’s a very naïve way of thinking how you're going to conduct foreign policy"... "The way to deal with it is not to announce it, but to do it. The last thing you want to do is telegraph to the folks in Pakistan that we are about to violate - quote - 'their sovereignty.'"... "Having talking points on foreign policy doesn't get you there."
Assessing Obama’s Iraq plan : “My impression is [Obama] thinks that if we leave, somehow the Iraqis are going to have an epiphany” of peaceful coexistence among warring sects. “I’ve seen zero evidence of that.”
Obama talks about the politics of change and bringing a new kind of politics to Washington, but Biden's been in the U.S. Senate since Nixon was President.

Obama claims to be against lobbyists but Biden's ties to MBNA and the credit card companies are legendary.

During the primaries, Biden frequently criticized Obama for stealing his ideas and copying his positions.

September 26, 2007: Biden's Campaign Manager said, “Sen. Obama said he would do everything possible to end the war in Iraq and emphasized the need for a political solution yet he failed to show up to vote for Sen. Biden’s critical amendment to provide a political solution in Iraq."

December 11, 2007 - Biden's Campaign Manager on Obama: “If Iowans believe campaign funds and celebrity will fix the debacle in Iraq, put the economy on track, and provide health care and education for America’s children, they should support another candidate. But I’m confident that Iowans know what I know: our problems will require experience and leadership from Day One. Empty slogans will be no match for proven action on caucus night.”

In a Dec 2007 campaign Ad Biden says: “When this campaign is over, political slogans like ‘experience’ and ‘change’ will mean absolutely nothing. The next president has to act.”

In 2002 Biden made numerous statements supporting the war in Iraq and saying Saddam Hussein was a huge threat. Nowadays he's trying to pretend he was against the war from the start.
http://article.nationalreview.com/?q...YwOGJmYzNjMTY=

At Saddleback Obama Said Questions About Abortion Are “Above My Paygrade” - This is a phrase Biden uses all the time. He used it famously in 1998 at the weapons hearings when he said Scott Ritter did not have the knowledge to tell them what was going on in Iraq because those decisions were above his pay grade. Ritter was telling Biden that Saddam had no WMDs and Biden didn't want to hear it and chewed him out for it.

Biden's 1988 run for the Whitehouse was destroyed because he plagiarised his speeches and his biography. Obama is also given to plagiarising other people's speeches and falsifying his biography.

Biden's 1988 campaign ad: "The White House isn't the place to learn how to deal with international crisis, the balance of power, war and peace, and the economic future of the next generation. A president has got to know the territory." - Sounds like he's talking about Obama.

Sean Holihan

Mr. Anonymous,

Nothing you have stated is new or even relevant.

I bring up these things about Gov. Palin because I believe her to be completely unqualified to be President (yes, I know I typed President. John McCain is 72).

I firmly believe that, in her rather short time involved in political leadership, she has shown that she has no qualms about abusing her powers as Mayor of Wasilla (she fired the police chief and librarian b/c they didn't support her campaign--something that almost led to her being recalled) or as Gov. of Alaska. As we now know, she fired the Public Safety Commissioner for not firing her ex-brother in law. Afterwards, it was found that she has repeatedly lied about this situation, enough for the Republican legislature of Alaska to start an independent investigation on her.

On top of that, I believe that she is unqualified for her basic lack of knowledge of foreign policy and, apparently, our own American history.

There are many, many different people within the GOP that are highly qualified and could have been a better choice.

I think you'd have a hard time finding anyone in Congress who would say that Sen. Biden is ignorant when it comes to foreign affairs--or, for that matter, American history.

BTW--from the Chicago Tribune:

Biden was forced from the race after the campaign of eventual nominee Michael Dukakis circulated a videotape with Biden failing to give credit to Kinnock for a speech he gave in Iowa.

Biden, however, had credited Kinnock with the remarks in his other speeches, leaving many of his supporters at the time—and long after—feeling like Biden was pushed from the stage illegitimately. Now, in yet another twist in this dramatic election year, the stage calls him again, two decades later.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/chi-obama-biden-vpaug23,0,6662056.story

Sean Holihan

Hokie Guru,

Wish I could take full credit for the find. I found it thru a few different links after reading something about it on another blog.

The fear from the left is palpable. Palin is such a slam dunk pick, y'all are pissing your pants non-stop.

By the way, Sean Holihan -- thank you for posting the Q&A from Palin. Aside from the founders/pledge slip-up, that's just more evidence that Palin would make an outstanding president.

Keep bashing her, guys. She's gonna make a fantastic VP!

Latest from Zogby:

McCain 47
Barry O' 45

har har har har

5am
Do those numbers include the dates after that rousing (empty headed) speech oblahblah gave?

An incredible bounce that the party should be proud of from the convention.

My guess is that even with the Hurricane the republicans will get something better from their convention.

Doug

Oh boy, this is going to come up after Gustav (let's pray that story does not live up to hype). But the Republicans are going to have a real implosion when Palin is asked about her long time (prior to being Mayor of podunkville) in this seccessionist organization:

http://www.akip.org/index.html

What's the RNC motto? "Putting America First".

Time to get your giant oh shitters on.

Sean Holihan

Doug---NICE. America first indeed. Too rich. I think this Q & A sums up the AIP pretty well:

Q: What is the Alaskan Independence Party?

A: An Alaskan political party whose members advocate a range of solutions to the conflicts between federal and local authority; from advocacy for state's rights, through a return to territorial status, all the way to complete independence and nationhood status for Alaska.

Q: Aren't most Alaskan Independence Party members a bunch of radicals and Kooks?

A: The party has its share of individualists, in the grand Alaskan tradition. No longer a fringe party, the A.I.P. is a viable third party with a serious mission and qualified candidates for elected offices.

Q: If Alaska became independent, wouldn't we lose a lot of federal money?

A: No. If Alaska returned to territorial status, most federal money would still be available. If Alaska were to attain complete independence, its revenues from oil and other natural resources would far exceed the amounts currently received from the federal government, at our current level of resource utilization.

Q: If Alaska were independent, what would happen to my social security check, federal pension, or military retirement?

A: People receive these checks around the world, regardless of their place of residence. In most cases eligibility for such checks would not be effected by Alaskan independence.

Q: If Alaska became independent, would U.S. military bases leave?

A: The strategic location of Alaska would indicate that it would serve U.S. interests to maintain a presence in Alaska. The military are good neighbors. There would be no compelling reason for the military to leave Alaska.

Q: Didn't we vote for statehood already?

A: The vote for statehood was invalid because the people were not presented with the range of options available to them. Further, the federal government has since breached the contract for statehood on numerous occasions in over a dozen serious and substantial instances.

Q: Under independence, what would happen to all the federal controls and regulations?

A: We believe that controls should be exerted by the lowest possible governmental unit. The people of Alaska can better decide what controls need to be in place than can bureaucrats in Washington. Specific local regulation might be either more or less restrictive than current federal regulation. The point is that it will be our regulation, not Washington's.

Q: Would I lose my U.S. citizenship?

A: Depending on the form of independence, several forms of citizenship would be possible, including the retention of U.S. citizenship or dual citizenship. However, considering the moral, educational, and economic decay of the U.S., Alaskans' who hold themselves to a higher standard might very well decide to at least maintain an arm's length distance from a country in decline.

Q: What will happen to major U.S. stores such as Sears, Safeway, and McDonald's?

A: Any company which found it profitable to sell in Alaska would remain. Without the constraints of the deteriorating U.S. economy, and with the enormous wealth of Alaska, international as well as local companies will prosper.

http://www.akip.org/faqs.html

Also, check this out:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHFY1otOWjQ&eurl=http://dailykos.com/storyonly/2008/9/1/4231/18477/878/581881

"Our current governor who I mentioned at the last conference, the one we were hoping would get elected, Sarah Palin, did get elected . . . .and there was a lot of talk about her moving up. She was an AIP member before she got the job as mayor . . . "

From Dailykos.

Mike

When will Gov. Palin begin doing solo events? When will she go on the Sunday talk shows to share her knowledge and philosophies on the critical issues facing the United States? When will she conduct press conferences to field questions pertinent to her ability to lead our great country?

I look forward to her stepping up as the Vice-Presidential nominee to show us that she is ready for the job. These are pretty low thresholds to pass. Can she do it?

Let's stay tuned and see how long it takes for Gov. Palin to step forward and accept these challenges.

Scott Andrews

Palin's 17 year old unmarried daughter is knocked up and her 18 year old son joined to Army. The woman is a secret hillbilly!

Not t

The McSame - Palin ticket has just lost all moral credibility. Palin's 17-year old unmarried daughter is pregnant. There are clearly no family values in the Alaska Governor's mansion. This should be a lesson to all creationist Christians who only teach abstinence at home. It doesn't work!

Bruce

I have been advocating for Gov. Palin for more than a year.

Her qualifications:

Governor of Alaska - the only national candidate with executive experience. Alaska, by the way, has about as many people as Delaware (Biden's home).

As Governor - balanced a budget and sent money back to the taxpayers. Declined pork projects. Called a special session to advocate for energy project that benefited the people, not the corporations. Earned an 80% approval rating. Defeated an incumbent with decades of "experience" in a primary to win.

Shortly after becoming governor, Palin canceled a contract for the construction of an 11-mile (18-kilometer) gravel road outside Juneau to a mine. This reversed a decision made in the closing days of the Murkowski Administration.[56] She also followed through on a campaign promise to sell the Westwind II jet purchased (on a state government credit account) by the Murkowski administration. In August 2007, the jet was sold for US$2.1 million.[57]

In June 2007, Palin signed into law a $6.6 billion budget. At the same time, she used her veto power to make the second-largest cuts of the construction budget in state history.


Member of Alaska's key Oil & Gas Commission where she chaired the ethics committee - and investigated a fellow Republican who was also State Party Chair, but whose unethical behavior led to her investigation. He resigned.

Mayor of Wasila - defeated an incumbent with "experience" to win.

In each office she has a record of accomplishment and actual things she has DONE.

In his time in the Senate, Obama has authored ONE bill that has been signed into law. He has no experience managing a budget. He has never run a business.

Seems like Palin, the 2nd name on the ticket, has more experience and a longer record of accomplishments than Obama does at the top of his ticket.

If Dems argue that you should compare Biden to Palin - I'll grant he has a bigger record. But by that standard, one must compare McCain only to Obama: and there is no doubt who has the stronger record of accomplishment.

Palin is as qualified or more qualified to be VP as Obama is to be P.

What does the shirt say? I can't read it!

Not Frank Hargrove

It says:
Spiro Our Hero!

Are we all so very humorless these days?

It's not like any one of us ever thought, "Wow, I'd better not wear that t-shirt in case a picture of me wearing it resurfaces when I get picked for VP in 20 years."

Trashy? Nah. Funny? Yeah. 1980s college kid humor kind of funny. Love the hair. Retro.

"This is a social conservative?" I guess. More accurately, "it" was a college student being a wise ass, as college students have always been apt to do.


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