Leggy Leader

Leggy Leader
This man suffers from an advanced state of The Palin Syndrome

Monday, December 15, 2008

You can't leave well enough alone

You can fuck with her all you want, you can tap into her personal email, you can hang effigies of her outside your house, but when you fuck with her place of worship, it is on, mutherfuckers.


Friday, November 21, 2008


I still love her. No matter what.
I still love her. No matter what.
I still love her. No matter what.
I still love her. No matter what.
I still love her. No matter what.
I still love her. No matter what.
I still love her. No matter what.
I still love her. No matter what.
I still love her. No matter what.
I still love her. No matter what.
I still love her. No matter what.
I still love her. No matter what.
I still love her. No matter what.
I still love her. No matter what.
I still love her. No matter what.
I still love her. No matter what.
I still love her. No matter what.
I still love her. No matter what.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

She's just Sarah from the block

This is why I FUCKING LOVE Sarah. She's giving a fucking interview to Matt Lauer while cooking dinner (halibut and salmon casserole!). Now mind you, there is a part where she throws away two perfectly good pieces of recyclable plastic, but hey, how many other Americans do the same.

I love her.

And how cute are Piper, Trig and The Todd?????

But the conversation is frank and real. She talks about her ambitions and how she is back to making Alaska her number priority along with like God and her family and whatnot.

Why couldn't all of her interviews been like this?

Matt Lauer doesn't bullshit, but obviously the race is over so there is no need to ask her stupid questions about foreign policy. Plus he has a really nice sweater on and I can tell that The Todd was giving him the side eye because he wasn't the only hot white guy in the room.

I have to say to Sarah: no matter what you pursue in the next couple of years, you've GOTTA get your shit together. There will be more interviews, more hard questions. Yes, you're a woman and you will have to bring it more than anyone else. That's life. That's the truth. Just remember to be the real, honest, approachable (throat-slitting, ruthless) person you have always been and your God will reward you. In the meantime pray hard, study hard.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Until we meet again

Maverick. Beauty Queen. Diva. Hockey Mom. Pitbull. Wife. Mother.


Thank you Sarah for inspiring our country to change. Your wit and wisdom has revolutionized the political landscape and while this is over for John John, your journey is only beginning.

You looked fabulous. I wish they would have let you speak last night. I know your speech would have been better than you know who....

Ode to Sarah
You own a gun
You also run
We both like mochas
This is true
I hope to one day
buy one for you
You like things on ice
you're from a state that's cold
You will be a granny that isn't very old
You campaigned a lot
People think you're hot
I feel bad for all the moose that you've shot
The Todd is awesome
That is a fact
The two of you have a special pact
You are a leader
2012 you will win
I know I will see you around again
You're a winner from the start
You will always have a place in my heart


The Alaska Personnel Board concludes that SP did not violate state ethics laws in this whole Troopergate bullshit.


Monday, November 3, 2008

America's Newest Sweetheart

Move over, Piper! This little girl is going for your Mommy's heart!

Election Day Eve Prayer List Additions

Boy oh boy, it doesn't slow down, does it? The Prayer List is active and growing.

A "woman", Dr. Charlottee Laws, in California decided to play copycat to those gays who put up an effigy to Sarah. Not as soon as they took their hate crime homage down, did she put another up (and it isn't as cute). She claims that she's a Republican, but she hates Sarah for her animal-hunting ways.

Whatever. I don't support animal cruelty, either, but I'm not hanging dummies from my house either. Bitch. To the prayer list you go.

Canada finds itself on the Prayer List again with the addition of two radio shock jocks known as the Masked Avengers. They prank called Sarah this weekend claiming to be French President, Nicolas Sarkosy. Disgusting.

Of course, Her Grace responded in good humor to the joke. Sarah does have such soft, yet thick skin.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

They took her down, but I'm still leaving them up

Update on yesterday's post: the gays have taken down the Sarah effigy. Thank you to all who prayed earnestly and fervently for their homosexual souls.

They're cute.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Fucking Sick & Twisted

Oh my God. Just when I thought Sarah Palin Hateration couldn't get any worse, it did. Some gays (not even worthy of a capital "G") in West Hollywood thought it was a good idea and well within their 1st amendment right to hang a Sarah Palin mannequin from a noose outside their house as part of a Halloween display.

A noose.

A fucking noose.

Do they not know what a noose means in this country? The nasty history, the oppression and heartbreak that it caused thousands of people over decades?

So, it's not a hate crime, but it's damn close. And to think that these two men are themselves facing a hateful Prop 8 initiative in their own state...yet, they deem it appropriate and necessary to hang "someone" from a noose.

You may hate Sarah (and I don't know why) and you have every right to express that (God Bless America), but this is disgusting and a waste of our God-given rights.

To the prayer list you go, my friends.

Monday, October 27, 2008

She looks good in her own damn clothes!

Prayer List Addition: International Style

I think the last foreigner I had on the Prayer List was Salmon Rushdie or whatever his name is. Now, Latin America is represented on the list thanks to Hugo Chavez.

Senor Chavez asked The Jesus Christ to help him understand and deal with the raw power that is Sarah Palin. Sputters Chavez:

"I saw the vice presidential candidate, there she was talking about 'the dictator Hugo Chavez.' The poor thing, you just feel sorry for her," he said during a televised broadcast. "She's a beauty queen that they've pulled out to be a figurehead. We need to say as Christ did: Forgive her, she knows not what she's saying."
I think someone is just bitter because Sarah wants to decrease U.S. dependence on foreign oil, which Venezuela so happily supplies and of course, because he has the hots for her.

I mean it's more of the latter than the former.

You shall not put your filthy dictator paws on our American Princess, Mr. Chavez. So I suggest you crawl back into your Venezuelan jungle and seek spiritual guidance for your dirty thoughts and hateful words.

It's not that I hate her, it's just that....

This lady was Miss Alaska 1984 when Sarah won Miss Congeniality. I demand some sort of recount.

Talk about taking one for the team

Three cheers for Manny Legace, a St. Louis Blues goalie who suffered a strained left hip flexior injury after tripping on some red carpet that was laid out for Sarah.

He's no Todd, but the former Red Wings player had no harsh words for Sarah. "She's been pretty good for our game," Legace said. "I'm starting to like her more and more. No grudge."

He knows what's good for him.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Awesomeness is more than skin deep

Okay. I think we all know how I feel about Kathleen Parker. Well, I guess we all didn't pray hard enough because she is back with more hate speech for Sarah.

Kathleen thinks that the only reason John McCain picked Sarah is because she's pretty. She even claims to have studies that prove that women who are good looking cause men to not think properly. Yeah, that's right. Senator and former POW John McCain is so stupid that he thinks with his dick. Nice one, Kath. Way to insult not only him, but more importantly, Sarah.

Sarah was picked because she's awesome and just happens to be pretty. Huge difference.

I CANNOT believe that other women are so jealous and hateful of her. I don't get when it became a crime to be pretty and powerful. I just don't....understand.

Then I read this article in the NYT and it talks about dude obsession with Sarah. Um, it is not her fault that her awesome awesomeness has such a sweeping effect on her. But dammit it all to hell with the sexism. Ugh! It's so digusting and vile that people insist on looking at the surface and not diving deep into her wondrous soul and mind.

Sarah has so much to offer all of us and all we do is look at her pretty, puppy brown eyes and that megawatt smile. How insensitive some people are and they should be ashamed of themselves.

It's harder being pretty than being smart

Here we GO again: people are still riled up about this whole money-spend-fashion thing. Now people are outraged about the fact that the Republican campaign paid more to their make-up and hair stylist than to their foreign policy person.

Let's get a couple things straight: 1) that lady, Amy Strozzi, works on "So You Think You Can Dance". That's like...huge. It's like "American Idol" but with dancing instead of singing.

Secondly: it's a WOMAN making more than a MAN. All those people complaining that John and Sarah don't support equal pay can shut up now. Look at that: they paid her thousands more dollars that this dude.

Why? Because it's hard making people look like it's not hard to look good. Whereas, anyone with Google can advise you on foreign policy. I mean, really.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

None of yer fuckin' bizness

I'm sorry, but since when did one's medical history become part of the electoral process? As a voter and citizen, I am entitled to question candidates on their resume and experience, how they approach problems and how the would handle certain situations of national concern. But I don't think it is any of my business the last time they had a check up, or the history of their immunizations.

I understand that Sarah is the only candidate yet to release her public records, but I don't think she should. We all know she is healthy and viable. But I honestly don't care about that. Or her wardrobe or home life. I care about where she stands on the issues. I think she is fabulous, but I don't need to know everything about her.

Family and wardrobe was one thing, now people are going too far.

Clearly Sarah Loves the Gays: LOOK at this outfit!

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

The Empress' New Clothes

People out in the world must be so bored because all they can do is pick on Sarah. Today it's about her outfits. People seem to think that they cost too much. Someone did some tricky math by reading receipts and arrived at the conclusion that her outfits have cost the RNC over $150,000.

If it's not your money, why do you care so much? Ugh.

Clearly people don't understand that being thrust in the public eye requires one (especially a woman) to look her best. What do people expect her to wear? Carharts and old t-shirts? The woman is an executive for chrisssakes! Ask all the men on the trail how much their suits costs and you'll probably arrive at the same conclusion. And let me just say that it's easier for them to wear the same suits without people noticing than it is for Sarah (or Cindy, Michelle, Hillary or Jill for that matter) to do the same.

It costs to look good. Even though Sarah would be top notch even in the latest Jaclyn Smith collection from Kmart.

Hey haters: get a life.

Sarah Palin is the new Gloria Steinem

Sarah Palin is all woman. Not only is she a woman, she supports women. Palin graced the grimy city of Toledo, Ohio and had a chat wit da ladies. Here are some of her best quotes:

“When it came time for choosing someone how Barack Obama just couldn’t bring himself to pick the woman who got 18 million votes in his primary and that seems to be too familiar a story isn’t it?” Palin asked, “How it is for so many American women that the qualifications are there, but for some reason the promotion never comes. There is always some long explanation for why they got passed over or some unseen barrier, some excuse and that’s just one of the things I so admire about John McCain he is not someone who makes excuses.”

“Why did it take 24 years, an entire generation from the time Geraldine Ferraro made her pioneering bid until the next time that a woman was asked to join a national ticket. In the long history of our country 74 people have held the position of President or Vice-President and why have the major parties given America only two chances to even consider a woman for either office?”

She referred to Todd's role in the home as someone who “who doesn’t disappear at bath time or run from diaper duty.”

On equal pay: “Out on the stump he talks a good game about equal pay for equal work, but according to the Senate pay roll records women on his own staff get just 83 cents for every dollar that the men get. That’s 9,000 dollars less every year that he pays the guys. Does he think that the women aren’t working as hard? Does he think that they are 17 percent less productive? And Barack Obama cant say that this is just the way that its always been done around the Capitol, because I know one Senator who actually does pay equal wages for equal work, Sen. John McCain.”

Again, here is Sarah is being her leaderful self. Because she says John supports equal pay when he has gone on the record saying he wouldn't support legislation about women's wage equity. Maverick spirit ride on!

She kept it vague, but tough when she said she will work to help the effort to address the need to stop honor killings and the global sex trade.

Stand strong, Sister Sarah, stand strong.

Either way gays are screwed

People are all in a tizzy because *gasp* Sarah actually speaks her mind and doesn't serve as John McCain's puppet. This time it's about The Gays. Now, I disagree with Sarah on this subject, but that's not the point right now. Sarah tolerates gay people. She just doesn't believe they should have the right to marry, therefore she supports a constitutional ban on gay marriage. Whereas, John McCain doesn't support a constitutional ban and thinks those decisions should be left up to individual states. Her gay friend(s) don't even care, so why does the media?

The point is that it's OK if she and McCain aren't on the same page. I'm sure there were times when Robin didn't agree with Batman and when Laverne didn't do the same as Shirley.

Differences are what makes us whole. Team Maverick balances each other out. Sarah is a born leader, so why wouldn't she speak her mind even it means disagreeing with McCain on gays, the environment, abortion, drilling in the ANWR, Pakistan and campaign strategy? Even John says, “Did you expect two mavericks to agree on—to agree on everything?”

Prayer for the Godless

The Prayer List was getting a tad dusty. Thankfully Collin Powell and Christopher Hitchens gave me something to do this week.

Let's talk specifically about Hitchens. First off, he's a foreigner, so I don't know why he cares so much about OUR election. He thinks that the media should just stop paying Saracudda any attention until she holds a press conference.


How can you ignore someone so omnipresent? It's impossible. He outlines all these same garbage pail reasons why haters think Sarah isn't a qualified candidate. He claims she isn't smart, that she believes in God, is hyprocritcal, that she doesn't use complete sentences and other idiotic bullshit.

I guess Mr. Hitchens thinks that Sarah owes him some sort of explanation. She doesn't owe you shit, Hitchens. You better pray to the God you don't believe in that she makes your death a quick and painless one.

She can do whatever she wants

Monday, October 20, 2008

What yo man gots to do wit me?

I don't know who in the hell Maxine Albert is, but apparently she thinks she is smart and authoritative enough to have a blog. She posted a column explaining why she doesn't like Sarah. She spares any intelligent person time by stating that this column will not outline specific, issue-based reasons for her dislike. Ignoring the warning, I continue to read on.

Apparently, Maxine's problem with Sarah is that Sarah is like "the girlfriend you have that you can't trust with your man". REALLY, Maxine? THAT is your reason for not liking Sarah. Hmph. Interesting. I mean, hey, you and I both aren't voting for her, but at least mine follows some sort of logic.

Yours is pure jealousy. And Maxine is pissed because HER MAN would be the man that fucks around with your skanky girlfriend. And let me back the truck up just a bit:

*beep* *beep*

Why would you have friends around you that you can't trust?

So following Maxine's stupid and sexist line of thought, Sarah is untrustworthy because she uses her femininity to gain attention and favor. She exudes more confidence around men. Yes, we all know women like that. And while I find that deplorable as a feminist, here is what I don't do: I don't blame the woman.

Sarah is awesome. OK. Point blank. What Sarah does, sometimes to my dismay, is cower to the patriarchal notion that women need to be pretty to get shit done and get a man's attention. Yes, there are plenty of men on both sides of the aisle that are very demeaning towards Sarah and I don't like it one bit.

But to blame HER for THEIR inability to see women for more than just sex objects is sexist within itself.

And of course, Maxine's jealous.

But like I say to those women on those trashy talk shows, you get mad at him for screwing around on you, not her since he's the one who made a commitment to you.

Hate Sarah for a variety of reason's but don't blame her because your dude comes down with a case of the Palin Syndrome.


Sarah was super fantastic sparkle light cosmic irreverent funny ultra twilight magic shine verve awesome rad lustrous glittering ablaze glossy vivid lucent resplendent superb magnificent dazzling striking gorgeous splendorous breathtaking astonishing grand shocking exceptional on this weekend's SNL.


Amy Poehler and Tina Fey were OK.

Friday, October 17, 2008

I don't know how I feel about this....

....wait: I do. I love it! NEW HAIR!

Life, gas and oil: gifts from God

Sharing her crystal clear insight with a crowd in North Carolina, Sarah Sarah said that God blessed this country with oil and gas.

"God has so richly blessed this land, not just with the oil and the gas, but with wind and the hydro, the geothermal and the biomass," Palin said. "We'll tap into those."

Thank you, Sarah. And is it not right and good to use what God has given us? Indeed it is our right and duty.

Like a stripper who uses the physical gifts God has bestowed on her to make an income. Or The Todd who uses his gifts of eloquence, beauty and sportsmanship to earn a living and past the time. Sarah's God-given gifts have been used to transform a nation.

And truly, God's gift to the US of A is oil and gas. We need it. Sarah knows this. And she wants us to know it, too. However, I don't like the whole "drill, baby, drill" chant. It un-nerves me for reasons somewhat unknown.

Maybe cuz it makes me hot.

Sarah's Sparkle Factor will NEVER lose it's luster

This hippie guy over at Mother Jones seems to think that Sarah has no future beyond this election.

READING THE MOOSE ENTRAILS....Apropos of nothing in particular, I want to go on the record with a prediction that Sarah Palin will disappear into a well-deserved obscurity after the election is over. She is not a "comer." She is not the future of the Republican Party. She will not run for president in 2012. In fact, she won't maintain any kind of serious national political standing at all. At best, she'll spend the next few years being a celebrity starter at NASCAR races and speaking at Republican prayer breakfasts. At worst, she'll be an occasional butt of late night comics.

Palin is lazy, ill-informed, contemptuous of policy, and way too convinced that everybody in the country is dazzled by her folksy energy and thousand-watt smile. Yes, the diehard GOP base is rapturously in love with Palin and her media mockin' ways, but that's more a reflection of the base's future, not hers. Palin is a three-day wonder who's already a month past her sell-by date, and on November 5th she'll disappear to Wasilla for good.

Just wanted to get that off my chest. Anybody disagree?

Yeah, Kevin, I disagree. The Majestic Maverick does not rise and combust. No sir, her star has been born and she has been brought it. She may return to Alaska after this (or not...), but she will forever be America's Pitbull. ALWAYS. She WILL NOT fade into obscurity, she will grace this country eternal.

Second coming-style, biotch.

Who's the star now, Tina?

It's on to the break of dawn! Last night, Larry King word on the street'ed Sarah Palin's upcoming appearance on SNL this weekend.

O to the M to the G!

Take that, Tina. You are about to get served the biggest ass-whooping ever. in life.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

I still think Paris' advice was better

Former Republican Vice President Dan Quayle shared some advice with Sarah recently.

"I basically said, 'Look, just be yourself. You were selected by John McCain because of who you are and what you have done, and don't let them take anything away from you. Just go out and be yourself,'" he said.

You do you, Sarah Louise. Just be the best damn veep contestant you can be.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Lesbian pundit clearly has hots for Sarah

Rachel Maddow's sapphic lust for Sarah is so friggin' obvious in this clip. Rachel's fury at Sarah is really camoflouge for desire. It's so hilarious that I see these simple truths when others don't.

People of Color Green with Envy Over Sarah

What is the problem that people of color have with Sarah? They are so bitter that she didn't bow down to every single special request that they had in Alaska. So she hired a white woman for a gaming seat traditionally held by an Alaskan Native. Um, is it stated somewhere in the State Constitution that the seat has to be held by a person of color? The fact that she hired a woman is a plus, no?

Then Blacks complain that she won't hire them for anything. You're Black: WHY ARE YOU LIVING IN ALAKSA ANYWAY? And they're pissed because she wouldn't endorse or participate in their Juneteenth celebration. Um, why are you celebrating that in Alaska when it commemorates the freeing of slaves in TEXAS? It makes more sense that she would spend time with Alaskan separatists groups than Blacks. I don't know why, but it just does.

As a person of color, I am so throughly embarassed by this outright hatred of her. We have plenty of things to be concerned about and she is not one of them.

And your point is...

So...people are still talking about Troopergate. I'm tired of it already. So she abused power? Is this supposed to be news? A politician using their executive authority to their advantage? Wow...never heard of that.

I think the mistake Sarah makes is that she keeps it so real that she leaves herself open to attacks from haters. People are acting like they have never seen this sort of executive reach before....she's just playing like the big boys, boys. Suck it up and move on whydontcha?

This Walter character coulda used some empathy in the situation and maybe he wouldn't have gotten fired. Let's be honest: he didn't do the right thing because he didn't fired the bastard trooper.

And now haters want to expand the investigation. And what will they find? They will find that Sarah acted in ways that many people would. Let me just say this now: if you were to fuck with my sister ever, in any way, and I became mayor and you worked for the city or I became governor and you worked for the state....would I do everything in my power to ruin your life? You betcha!

Dance Off!

I hate when people compare Sarah to Rack Rack. While both extremely charismatic, one is running for President and the other is not. I get terribly disappointed when Sarah's awesome awesomeness is used to attack the Illinois Senator. She has so many more talents that should be used in the campaign.


I can't stay out of a discussion about who would win in a dance off between Sarah Palin and Barack Obama. Some lady person for Dancing with the Stars seems to think (rightfully, so) that Sarah would win.

She's certainly rumba and cha cha'ed her way into my heart. 10 10 10!

Tuesday, October 14, 2008


Palin berates her own fans in error
The Press Association

US Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin has mistaken some of her own fans for hecklers at a rally. A massive crowd of at least 20,000 spread across the car park of Richmond International Raceway, Virginia, and scores of people on the outer periphery more than 100 metres from the stage could not hear her.

"Louder! Louder!" they chanted, and the cry spread across the crowd to Ms Palin's left. Some pointed skyward, urging that the volume be increased. Ms. Palin stopped speaking briefly and looked towards the commotion. "I hope those protesters have the courage and honour to give veterans thanks for their right to protest," she said.

Some in the crowd tried to shout to her about what was really being said, but she could not hear them. Some in the crowd had been standing for more than three hours on a sunny day without shade. At least 25 people collapsed from heat-related llnesses and three were admitted to hospital.

People were fainting. Fainting in awe....I can only imagine how it felt to either pass out from being overwhelmed by her awesome awesomeness or being berated by her because you couldn't hear. I mean....like....to just. be. there.

Monday, October 13, 2008

The Wasilla Project: Needs more than a Prayer

Wasilla Team: Cyber heroes or hate mongerers?

Well, well, well. Some video geeks decided to bum money off of their hardworking friends and families to pay for an excursion to the beautiful and illustrious town of Wasilla. Apparently they're on some sort of "fact-finding" mission to reveal the truth about SLHP.

Um, let me save you a trip and some money: Sarah is Sparklemotion. There's the unbridled truth, m'friends.

These hippie video monkeys have made some mini-films showcasing real Wasillians who HATE Sarah and who are on a vindictive bent to destroy her Glory and Grace. Guess who was jumping to be featured on camera? None other than Anne Kilkenny, the Inaugural and Lifetime Member of the Prayer List. What a camera whore, she is. After seeing her, there is no doubt left in my mind that she is motivated by blind jealousy of Sarah. Blind. Jealousy.

Besides fervent prayer and candles, I'm not sure what else can be done about these "filmmakers". I encourage all Palinites to visit their "website" and view their exposés so that you can immunize yourself against the viral, wretched vulgarity that is plaguing Our Lady Liberty.

Fast and Furious: Prayer List Additions

Devil-man Salman Rushdie joined the "Iwantmy15minutesoffame" bandwagon this past week by critcizing Sarah Louise. The terrorist/author called her a "joke". A joke. Fuck you, Mr. Rushdie. Looks like you've been married almost as many times as Sarah has children. Clearly you know nothing about women. Besides writing drivel all day and fathering children, what else do you do? Oh I know: sit around hating on Sarah. She, sir, has done nothing to you, yet you find it your place to have a say in AMERICAN politics. I suggest that you keep your curry-tainted comments in your native, England.

People of Philadelphia take your place among those in need of prayer. Sarah graciously accepted an invitation from Philly Flyers owner, Ed Snieder, to drop the first puck in their season opener. Hockey fans fortunate and blessed enough to view her in person - on ice no less - booed her. Booed her. Princess Piper was these and she was booed, too! The nerve and crass of Philadelphians. Gross misbehavior at a hockey game? I would have never imagined. There should have been silence, awe, then applause followed by Sarah's exit from the ice. How horribly wrong that evening went. That's OK. I'm sure Sarah met it with grace and composure. Prepare to be preyed on prayed for, Flyers Fans.

Friday, October 10, 2008

From Paris to Palin

From the Superficial who got it from Harper's:

"My advice to Sarah Palin is, you’ve got a hot bod; don’t keep it to yourself. Why wear a pantsuit when you can wear a swimsuit? Welcome to the Lower 48, girlfriend."

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Dem just my couzins

I knew Sarah was pretty much all goddess and royalty lush supreme divine, but now there's proof. Sarah is related to FDR and Princess Di. They're cousins. What splendiferous news this must be for SP!
Oh, can you imagine the family get togethers with the Princess and the Palin Crew? Sarah and Di could run around in their crowns while Di secretly pined for The Todd. I'm sure William and Harry would have ever so much fun with Trak!
If either Frank or Di were alive today, I am sure they would be honored by this connection!

There is a special place in hell for this guy

David Christopher Kernell

The Palin Hacker finally showed up in court today facing federal charges. The asshole pleaded not guilty. Some advice for you Mr. Kernell: you're safer in jail. That way you're harder to hunt from the sky.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Material Girl Disses It Girl

My world pretty much just ended. Today marks the day I am forced to make an addition to the Prayer List that I thought I would never had to make.

October 7, 2008 -- MADONNA better not take her act to Alaska. At one point during the US kickoff of her "Sticky and Sweet" tour at the Meadowlands Saturday night, the Material Mom indulged her Republican-hating ways, shouting, "Sarah Palin can't come to my party. Sarah Palin can't come to my show. It's nothing personal." Then the kabbalah queen told the crowd, "Here's the sound of Sarah Palin's husband's snowmobile when it won't start," followed by a loud screeching noise.
Madge, I can't believe you. It pains me so to have to include you on this list, but what you have done is....is.....reprehensible. Like, Oprah, you are un-inviting Sarah before she even asked to come. Are you jealous, Madge? Jealous that she's younger, prettier and more relevant than you? That she has five children BY THE SAME MAN? That The Todd is cuter than whatshisname? Ashamed to be from Michigan rather than the great state of Alaska? Frustrated that hunting is cooler than yoga? Baffled that Sarah does sexy better than you? That she partied to your songs in college?

Help me understand your misery because I want to make you better.

Trust me when I say this hurts me more than you.

Monday, October 6, 2008

The Dragon rears her ugly head again

Mo Dow is back with more vile and hatred for Sarah. It's funny how someone with a B.A. degree in English gets to say so much about some one who is poised to be the next Vice President of the GD United States. For someone whose father came straight off the boat from none other than Ireland, Dragon Dowd sure thinks she speaks for the cultural elite. Note to Dowdy: you're a columnist. You get paid to write your opinions. Lucky you. Meanwhile Sarah is out governing an entire state and running for Vice President all while you tippity type type in your diary aka The New York Times.

In her latest bowel movement, Medusa criticizes Sarah's uncanny ability to keep it real. She jumps on this sentence diagramming bandwagon (who the fuck sits around diagramming sentences?) to say that no one can understand anything Sarah says. Um, the American people understand her. I think it is the out-of-touch liberal elites that don't get her. I'm sorry that your private school education doesn't help you see what Real Americans see: A Real American running for Vice President.

Since you're having such a hard time understanding Sarah, allow me to translate her eloquence into liberal jibber jabber.

Mo says:

Talking at the debate about how she would “positively affect the impacts”of the climate change for which she’s loath to acknowledge human culpability, she did a dizzying verbal loop-de-loop: “With the impacts of climate change, what we can
do about that, as governor, I was the first governor to form a climate change subcabinet to start dealing with the impacts.” That was, miraculously, richer with content than an answer she gave Katie Couric: “You know, there are man’s activities that can be contributed to the issues that we’re dealing with now, with these impacts.”


"Blah blah blah blah big word global warming is bad. Boo hoo we should recycle more. Blah blah I just bought a Prius."

Mo says:

At another point, she channeled Alicia Silverstone debating in “Clueless,” asserting, “Nuclear weaponry, of course, would be the be-all, end-all of just too many people in too many parts of our planet.” (Mostly the end-all.)

A political jukebox, she drowned out Biden’s specifics, offering lifestyle as substance. “In the middle class of America, which is where Todd and I have been, you know, all our lives,” she said, making the middle class sound like it has its own ZIP code, superior to 90210 because “real” rules.


"Hey you guys, weapons are bad - hugs are good. All wars should be solved by having dyads and sharing our feelings."

"Middle class is so dumb. Why don't they all stop praying to God and going to work and shopping at Wal-Mart. Instead they should all drink chai lattes and type on a laptop all day."

I must not be praying hard enough, because the Wicked Witch is still writing columns. What should I do, add her name to the Prayer List again? Her reward is so not heaven.

Just funnin' with Sarah - terrorists, mochas, Madeleine and the ever liberal MSM

From CBS News' Scott Conroy: (CARSON, Calif.) At a rare October rally in this solidly blue state, Sarah Palin alluded to her recent interview with CBS News’ Katie Couric, calling it “not too successful” and adding that Couric asked her questions that made her think, ‘C’mon, let’s start talking to the American people about the issues you guys want to know about.’”

Palin said that if she had her druthers, she would have rather told Couric about her plans for reform, putting government on the side of the people, and winning the wars. Then she promptly transitioned into attacking Barack Obama for his relationship with William Ayers, a founder of the Weather Underground movement in the 1960s. Palin mentioned a story about the relationship that appeared in Saturday’s New York Times, which the Obama campaign says actually showed the relationship between Obama and Ayers added up to far less than a friendship.

“Our opponent is someone who sees America as imperfect enough to pal around with terrorists who target their own country,” Palin said.

The Republican VP nominee also hit Obama for saying he’d cut taxes for 95 percent of Americans, calling the Democrat’s vow “the phoniest claim in a campaign that has been full of them.”

Palin regaled the cheering crowd with a story about how she was reading her Starbucks mocha cup yesterday, which featured a quotation from former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. “Now she said it, I didn’t,” Palin said of Albright. “She said, ‘There’s a place in Hell reserved for women who don’t support other women.’”

The crowd roared its approval, but according to several sources, Albright actually said, “there’s a place in Hell reserved for women who don’t help other women.”

“OK, now thank you so much for receiving that well—I didn’t know how that was going to go over,” Palin told the southern California crowd. “And now California, let’s see what a comment that I just made how that is turned into whatever it’ll be turned into tomorrow in the newspaper.”

Nice, Tina. I see you and I raise ya one

Being ever so humble, Sarah Palin appreciates the flattery Tina Fey showers on her every weekend over at Saturday Night Live. There is talk at the McCain/Palin campaign of Sarah doing some parodying of her own. Sarah may do a parody of Tina's AmEx commercials. Not only is she awesomely awesome, she has a fantastic sense of humor.

Sheer Brilliance in 30 seconds

I'm sure you enjoyed my in-depth analysis of Sarah's stunning debate debut. Here is sound and vision of her most brilliant talking points from the debate.

Friday, October 3, 2008

"Last night was fun, the debate. I was glad it was over when it ended."

Sarah is already over the debate. She raring to go on the rest of the campaign trail. So fired up is she, that she questioned John's white flag wavin' move of leaving Michigan. John pretty much gave up on that oil guzzling state and has decided to move on to other swing states where he has a ghost of a chance.

Not so fast, John.

Sarah sent him an email insisting that she and Todd (finally! The Todd on the campaign trail) could stay in Michigan and continue the battle.

March on, brave soldier, march on.

"...whatever she has going there would power the country if we could harness it."

"You have GOT to write about Palin in black at the debate. Forget drilling or nuclear power, whatever she has going there would power the country if we could harness it."

So says the guru at Libertarians for Palin. He smartly articulates the awesome awesomeness that is Sarah Palin. Now, I don't know what debate all of Sarah's naysayers were watching, but the one I watched showed a immaculate, fierce Lady Diva Goddess at her prime. Let's analyze, shall we?

One word: Brilliant.

I could stop the post right there, but I will continue. First off, Joe Biden did well. He was on the brink of ripping off his designer suit and donning some Carharts for all the talk he did about his Scranton upbringing. But, he did good. He even pulled a New Hampshire moment and got all choked up about his kids. I mean...it was cute. Some people swear it is genuine, but I think all that rage he was keeping bottled up from Sarah was really the root of that. There were moments when he looked at her and I could see the wild, animal lust that he has for her. Too bad, he had to go home to Jill Biden that night. And could Jill have been more of an ice queen after the families were invited on stage? There was Gracious Sarah holding Trig Trig and Jill could barely stand next to her while her grandpa husband was fondly touching Piper by the shoulders. Then I see Jill dart off to who? The Todd! The Bidens need to deal with their adulterous desires, because Sarah and Todd are having none of that.

Sarah, forgive me, but your make-up person needs to be shot in the foot. That blush was heavy. You have cheekbones crafted by God and you don't need all that dark blush. And your lip color can go lighter by a shade or two. But, your eyes and teeth sparkled more brightly that Cindy's army mom bling. I knew you would do black and I gambled on hair half up, half down. I would have preferred all up, but whatever. You looked F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S! Sexy chic power sassy. Drill, baby! That was all Miss Wasilla last night. With a wink and a shimmy, you could single-handly disarm entire enemy nations.

Gwen Ifill's jacker was cute. That's about it on her.

A lot of people are saying that the bar was set so low that Sarah could only exceed expectations last night. I couldn't disagree more. Sarah was FINALLY allowed to shine. She reached out to the Real American people and told them what they needed to hear. While Joe Biden sung Trig a lullaby with Obama's plans on fixing the economy, Sarah gave 'em the old razzle dazzle and left the specifics for those who were too nerdy to have a date for the prom.

20 Moments of Baffling Brilliance

Moment 1: You walked on stage! You blew kisses!

Moment 2: Keepin' it real

PALIN: Nice to meet you.
BIDEN: It's a pleasure.
PALIN: Hey, can I call you Joe?
PALIN: Thank you.
Thank you, Gwen. Thank you. Thank you.

Moment 3: Totally unbiased

You know, I think a good barometer here, as we try to figure out has this been a good time or a bad time in America's economy, is go to a kid's soccer game on Saturday, and turn to any parent there on the sideline and ask them, "How are you feeling about the economy?"

Um, Sarah is a hockey mom, yet she left her bias at the door and spoke to elitist soccer moms everywhere.

Moment 4: First "darn" and "heck" of the evening

PALIN: Darn right it was the predator lenders, who tried to talk Americans into thinking that it was smart to buy a $300,000 house if we could only afford a $100,000 house. There was deception there, and there was greed and there is corruption on Wall Street. And we need to stop that.

PALIN: One thing that Americans do at this time, also, though, is let's commit ourselves just every day American people, Joe Six Pack, hockey moms across the nation, I think we need to band together and say never again. Never will we be exploited and taken advantage of again by those who are managing our money and loaning us these dollars. We need to make sure that we demand from the federal government strict oversight of those entities in charge of our investments and our savings and we need also to not get ourselves in debt. Let's do what our parents told us before we probably even got that first credit card. Don't live outside of our means. We need to make sure that as individuals we're taking personal responsibility through all of this. It's not the American peoples fault that the economy is hurting like it is, but we have an opportunity to learn a heck of a lot of good lessons through this and say never again will we be taken advantage of.

Moment 5: Hey, Government! Get outta the way

Now you said recently that higher taxes or asking for higher taxes or paying higher taxes is patriotic. In the middle class of America which is where Todd and I have been all of our lives, that's not patriotic. Patriotic is saying, government, you know, you're not always the solution. In fact, too often you're the problem so, government, lessen the tax burden and on our families and get out of the way and let the private sector and our families grow and thrive and prosper.

Moment 6: Taking the steering wheel

I want to go back to the energy plan, though, because this is -- this is an important one that Barack Obama, he voted for in '05.

Screw Ifill, Sarah didn't want to talk about campaign promises and the bailout. So she took it back to energy. Drill, baby!

Moment 7:

"And how long have I been at this, like five weeks?"

Moment 8: On bankruptcy: rebuttal

That is not so, but because that's just a quick answer, I want to talk about, again, my record on energy versus your ticket's energy ticket, also. I think that this is important to come back to, with that energy policy plan again that was voted for in '05.

Moment 9: Climate change and energy

And I don't want to argue about the causes. What I want to argue about is, how are we going to get there to positively affect the impacts? We have got to clean up this planet. We have got to encourage other nations also to come along with us with the impacts of climate change, what we can do about that.

Moment 10: Crystal-clear clarity on The Gays

But I also want to clarify, if there's any kind of suggestion at all from my answer that I would be anything but tolerant of adults in America choosing their partners, choosing relationships that they deem best for themselves, you know, I am tolerant and I have a very diverse family and group of friends and even within that group you would see some who may not agree with me on this issue, some very dear friends who don't agree with me on this issue.

But in that tolerance also, no one would ever propose, not in a McCain-Palin administration, to do anything to prohibit, say, visitations in a hospital or contracts being signed, negotiated between parties.

But I will tell Americans straight up that I don't support defining marriage as anything but between one man and one woman, and I think through nuances we can go round and round about what that actually means.

But I'm being as straight up with Americans as I can in my non- support for anything but a traditional definition of marriage.

Moment 10: Bipartisan Unity on Hating the Gays

Your question to him was whether he supported gay marriage and my answer is the same as his and it is that I do not.

Moment 11:

Your plan is a white flag of surrender in Iraq and that is not what our troops need to hear today, that's for sure. And it's not what our nation needs to be able to count on. You guys opposed the surge. The surge worked. Barack Obama still can't admit the surge works.

Moment 12: Kissinger and I are BFFs

No and Dr. Henry Kissinger especially. I had a good conversation with him recently. And he shared with me his passion for diplomacy.

Moment 13: Even though Jews don't love Jesus, Sarah still cares about them

Israel is our strongest and best ally in the Middle East. We have got to assure them that we will never allow a second Holocaust, despite, again, warnings from Iran and any other country that would seek to destroy Israel, that that is what they would like to see.

We will support Israel. A two-state solution, building our embassy, also, in Jerusalem, those things that we look forward to being able to accomplish, with this peace-seeking nation, and they have a track record of being able to forge these peace agreements.

Moment 14: Agreeing on Jew-love, calling out the Blame Game, knowing when to hold 'em and fold 'em

But I'm so encouraged to know that we both love Israel, and I think that is a good thing to get to agree on, Sen. Biden. I respect your position on that.

No, in fact, when we talk about the Bush administration, there's a time, too, when Americans are going to say, "Enough is enough with your ticket," on constantly looking backwards, and pointing fingers, and doing the blame game.

There have been huge blunders in the war. There have been huge blunders throughout this administration, as there are with every administration.

But for a ticket that wants to talk about change and looking into the future, there's just too much finger-pointing backwards to ever make us believe that that's where you're going.

Moment 15:

Oh, yeah, it's so obvious I'm a Washington outsider. And someone just not used to the way you guys operate. Because here you voted for the war and now you oppose the war. You're one who says, as so many politicians do, I was for it before I was against it or vice- versa. Americans are craving that straight talk and just want to know, hey, if you voted for it, tell us why you voted for it and it was a war resolution.

Moment 16: We don't agree on everything and he dies, what is your point?

As for disagreeing with John McCain and how our administration would work, what do you expect? A team of mavericks, of course we're not going to agree on 100 percent of everything. As we discuss ANWR there, at least we can agree to disagree on that one. I will keep pushing him on ANWR. I have so appreciated he has never asked me to check my opinions at the door and he wants a deliberative debate and healthy debate so we can make good policy.

What I would do also, if that were to ever happen, though, is to continue the good work he is so committed to of putting government back on the side of the people and get rid of the greed and corruption on Wall Street and in Washington.

I think we need a little bit of reality from Wasilla Main Street there, brought to Washington, D.C.

Moment 17: Say it ain't so, Joe! and a coupla shout outs

Say it ain't so, Joe, there you go again pointing backwards again. You preferenced your whole comment with the Bush administration. Now doggone it, let's look ahead and tell Americans what we have to plan to do for them in the future. You mentioned education and I'm glad you did. I know education you are passionate about with your wife being a teacher for 30 years, and god bless her. Her reward is in heaven, right? I say, too, with education, America needs to be putting a lot more focus on that and our schools have got to be really ramped up in terms of the funding that they are deserving. Teachers needed to be paid more. I come from a house full of school teachers. My grandma was, my dad who is in the audience today, he's a schoolteacher, had been for many years. My brother, who I think is the best schoolteacher in the year, and here's a shout-out to all those third graders at Gladys Wood Elementary School, you get extra credit for watching the debate.

Moment 18:

In my comment there, it was a lame attempt at a joke and yours was a lame attempt at a joke, too, I guess, because nobody got it. Of course we know what a vice president does.

Moment 19: What achilles heel? Let's talk about how awesome John is.

People aren't looking for more of the same. They are looking for change. And John McCain has been the consummate maverick in the Senate over all these years.

He's taken shots left and right from the other party and from within his own party, because he's had to take on his own party when the time was right, when he recognized it was time to put partisanship aside and just do what was right for the American people.

That's what I've done as governor, also, take on my own party, when I had to, and work with both sides of the aisle, in my cabinet, appointing those who would serve regardless of party, Democrats, independents, Republicans, whatever it took to get the job done.

Also, John McCain's maverick position that he's in, that's really prompt up to and indicated by the supporters that he has. Look at Lieberman, and Giuliani, and Romney, and Lingle, and all of us who come from such a diverse background of -- of policy and of partisanship, all coming together at this time, recognizing he is the man that we need to leave -- lead in these next four years, because these are tumultuous times.

We have got to win the wars. We have got to get our economy back on track. We have got to not allow the greed and corruption on Wall Street anymore.

And we have not got to allow the partisanship that has really been entrenched in Washington, D.C., no matter who's been in charge. When the Republicans were in charge, I didn't see a lot of progress there, either. When the Democrats, either, though, this last go- around for the last two years.

Change is coming. And John McCain is the leader of that reform.


Moment 20: In closing...

There have been times where, as mayor and governor, we have passed budgets that I did not veto and that I think could be considered as something that I quasi-caved in, if you will, but knowing that it was the right thing to do in order to progress the agenda for that year and to work with the legislative body, that body that actually holds the purse strings....


You do what I did as governor, and you appoint people regardless of party affiliation, Democrats, independents, Republicans. You -- you walk the walk; you don't just talk the talk.

And even in my own family, it's a very diverse family. And we have folks of all political persuasion in there, also, so I've grown up just knowing that, you know, at the end of the day, as long as we're all working together for the greater good, it's going to be OK.


I've been there. I know what the hurts are. I know what the challenges are. And, thank God, I know what the joys are, too, of living in America. We are so blessed. And I've always been proud to be an American. And so has John McCain.

We have to fight for our freedoms, also, economic and our national security freedoms.
It was Ronald Reagan who said that freedom is always just one generation away from extinction. We don't pass it to our children in the bloodstream; we have to fight for it and protect it, and then hand it to them so that they shall do the same, or we're going to find ourselves spending our sunset years telling our children and our children's children about a time in America, back in the day, when men and women were free.

We will fight for it, and there is only one man in this race who has really ever fought for you, and that's Sen. John McCain.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Fashion rocks: Sarah's style is subtle, yet striking

Nothing gets me more excited about the Grace & Glory than talking about her fashion. It is sheer perfection. Now, I'm actually having oodles of fun with all the women headlining this election, but there is something about Sarah's sassy sets that stands out from the rest. This columnist below eloquently points on the strengths (weaknesses?) of Sarah's wardrobe. My comments in bold blue.

Commentary: Palin's subtle attire speaks volumes
By ROBIN GIVHAN Washington Post
Oct. 1, 2008, 5:21PM

Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin's style is exceptionally ordinary. Nothing about it connotes authority. No detail announces that she is in charge. And that's what makes it so powerful. um, duh..though I don't think her style is exceptionally ordinary.

The rimless glasses that dominate her face are as banal as modern spectacles come. The entire goal of their design is to have them go unnoticed. They are not meant to frame her features as much as they are crafted to avoid detracting from her big brown eyes. they glasses are hot because they are so sleek...almost futuristic even.

Her clothes are unpretentious, but they are also unremarkable. They have nothing to do with fashion. It's fashion show season now, with designers unveiling their spring 2009 collections in New York, Milan and Paris. So far, none of them have suggested that the next new thing for the power-wielding woman is a straight black skirt with a boxy, oyster-colored blazer, which is what Palin wore when she accepted the vice-presidential nomination in St. Paul, Minn. I think that is what makes SP so great is that she goes her own way and doesn't rely on trends and facts and stuff to do her own thing. Again, how many REAL Americans do you know pay attention to NYC Fashion Week?

In the narrow confines of political style, the accepted rule is to dress in a manner that implies empathy for one's constituency — so don't wear anything too expensive — but also conveys authority. Palin has embraced the former and utterly ignored the latter. Nothing about her style jibes with the image of power. She does not dress like a boss lady, an Iron Lady or the devil who wore Prada. What exactly does power look like? Power can be found in a pair of jeans or a robe...just ask Jesus about that one.

Her clothes don't have the aura of sophistication like that of Michelle Obama's sheaths and pearls. They do not have a patina of glamour like Cindy McCain's heiress wardrobe. And they do not announce themselves with the confidence, assertiveness and listen-to-me-ness of Sen. Hillary Clinton's bold pantsuits. Palin's clothes are common. Everyone knows someone who dresses like her, which is partly why so many folks seem to think that they know her.
Palin likes to wear a super-size Old Glory brooch that shouts with as much patriotic bravado as one of those monster flags that wave from a car dealership. Her flag was on display during a campaign stop in Grand Rapids, Mich. And for the record, it has no kin among the statement jewelry currently being championed on the runway. Who cares about the runway? Old Glory doesn't need approval from the liberal, fashion elite. And what is so outstanding about Michelle's fashion (and I love it) when she gets her clothes from the Gap, Old Navy, White House/Black Market, H&M, etc.? Hillary's pantsuits? Nothing to write home about, but they look good on her. Cindy? I haven't found much that I like on her and her shit costs the most. So exactly doesn't SP measure up in her sexy pencil skirts, bold colors and sassy shoes?

The ruby slippers she wore on the campaign trail, the ones she paired with the black jacket and skirt that pulled just so across her hips, churn up images of another small-town girl who'd suddenly landed in Oz. A peep-toe pump is coy — coquettish even. But not an emblem of gravitas. And those same shoes are on back order in every store and on every website that carries them.

Despite what every optometrist with a publicity agent has to say, there is nothing remotely striking about her eyeglasses. It's only notable in an age of contact lenses and Lasik surgery that anyone in the public spotlight regularly wears them at all — except, perhaps, when they're trying to make a point, such as when television interviewers keep a pair of reading glasses perched on the tip of their nose in a way that makes them look like professors skeptical of a student's ability to withstand their Socratic interrogation.

Palin is the girl next door. And yes, much about her attire emphasizes youthfulness, most distinctly her hair.

The hair, which has been highlighted, teased and scrunched, is a standard-issue, mommy-is-in-a-rush style. Since motherhood has been laid out by her campaign like one of the pillars of national service, the mop-top hairdo is practically a battle scar. Her hair is signature and classic. It's lush and full and I'm sure The Todd enjoys burying his nose in it.

Executive women tend to avoid wearing their hair in ponytails or looking like they have it tacked to the top of their head with a chip clip. Like a good female news anchor, they get themselves a haircut that falls no further than the shoulders, is feminine and easy to maintain. They do not want to be wind-blown and tousled when they walk into a boardroom. Hair shouldn't be a distraction. is Sarah's hair a distraction, or her awesome wildnerness beauty?

Palin doesn't have Maria Menounos's Pantene hair. But it is chestnut brown and long and is the antithesis of what most women do with it as they come into their own. Hello, Maverick!

Palin has been referred to as America's hottest governor by sources as varied as Alaska Magazine and button-wearing Republican conventioneers. But Palin's power isn't in her physical looks as much as in the packaging.

Palin seems to dress for pretty rather than powerful. She is willing to be sexual, with the occasional fitted jacket and high heels. She wears dangly earrings.

She talks tough. She doesn't blink. She speaks of "guys and gals." What is a gal? One thinks of a waitress in a bar who knows that if she pretends she doesn't notice when a guy's ogling her legs and gives as good as she gets when it comes to off-color jokes, life will go along more smoothly. She's not one of the guys, but she doesn't confront them with either a lawyer or rhetoric from a women's studies seminar.

Palin's style serves as evidence that a woman can step onto the national political stage without having to manipulate her wardrobe into some torturous costume calibrated to make her look authoritative but not threatening, feminine but not sexy. Palin proves that a woman can wear red patent-leather shoes and still take questions on foreign policy and the economy. Damn right. Her style is uniquely her own and she wears what looks good. I have so many favorites, but I'm still in love with the pink and gray she wore for Couric's interview. I can't wait to see what she wears tonight at the debate!

The test is whether this particular gal knows the answers. Looking good doesn't hurt! Screw you, feminists!

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Latest Prayer List Addition: The New Yorker

The bastards at the Huff Post have breaking news about the recent New Yorker cover:

OMG: Leave Sarah Alone!

Sum Obamaniac from Detroit sent me this recent column from the Free Press that joins the growing cries 4 Sarah 2 step down. Idk who this columnist Rochelle Riley is, but she sounds like some sort of porn star w/dat alliterative name.

Which brings me 2 this point: wot riot mentality we have in this country. WTF?

"We luv Sarah!"
"Sarah is a breath of fresh air!"
"We h8 Sarah!"
"She isn't ready to lead!"
"Sarah's vagina should be the national vagina!"
"Sarah should be hidden in a cave until after the election!"

Disgusting. Do I need 2 remind ppl how many stupid people have run 4 elected offices & won? The current POTUS being 1? How soon we 4get. And this RR woman from the Freep, can suck it seeing as she comes from a town who elected not 1ce, but 2wce Kwame Midwest's Marion Barry Kilpatrick 2 office. If I were her, I would focus on the imploding rock pile she calls home aka Detroit, Michigan.

Here is my .02: I know ppl (& SNL writers) R xcited 4 Sarah's bout w/Joe Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Biden coz dey R mean spirited a-holes. That makes me sad pissed bcoz who R we 2 judge dis woman? Wouldn't ur time be better spent mobilizing voters, ensuring the elderly have rides to the polls, phone banking, canvassing, writing a check, writing your senator, withdrawing your money and buying secure treasury bonds, making a salad, hugging someone, playing with a baby, planting a tree, taking a dump, feeding the hungry, cleaning your garage, picking apples, practicing yoga, changing the litter box, or updating your Netflix Q instead of nitpicking @ Sarah Palin?

F u dnt live n Alaska, wot the hell has Sarah Palin done to you? Really???????? Tell me! Ur contempt & jealousy of her = so transparent I can clean it w/Windex. I can barely keep up with the Prayer List coz the venom is being slung from all sides. It's sickening. Stick 2 the issues, ppl - stop focusing on petty things like interviews and things she sez during public appearances. That shit dnt matter. STOP SPREADING LIES AND MYTHS AND SEEK OUT THE REAL TRUTH ABOUT SARAH'S AWESOMENESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The more people h8 on Sarah, the more m reminded of how u all treated Britney. Look what it did 2 her! She is just now recovering. I dnt want 2 c Sarah eating Cheetos & getting her head shaved. I dnt want her 2 lose her kids 2 The Todd, or drop Trig in public. But dis is wot will happen f u keep harassing her & attacking her.

Leave her alone!

If Sarah's racist, then Jesus was a Jew

In another attempt to twist the flawless image of Sarah Louise, the like, four Black people who live Alaska are accusing her of saying she wouldn't hire Black people. They claim in a meeting she had in the Governor's office that she said she didn't have to hire Black people and that she didn't intend to.

On April 29, 14 black leaders in Alaska, including prominent ministers, NAACP officials, and community activists, met with Palin to voice their complaint over
minority hiring and job opportunities. During the meeting she allegedly said that she didn't have to hire any blacks. Even more damning, she purportedly said that she didn't intend to hire any.

Wow and I thought Governor David Paterson was the only crazy Black accusing Sarah of racism. How can she be racist? The Todd is part Eskimo or some shit and her hairdresser is gay. Yeah, nice try. Like learning about other countries, or boring policy matters, Sarah does not have time to be racist. She just doesn't have the inclination to hate people based on skin color. She doesn't care about your ethnic heritage because she doesn't care about you. It's that simple. To claim that she's being racist is so groundless that it proves how racist you are for making such an accusation.

Move over Maureen Dowd, there is a new Dragon Witch in town

Hi, my name is Kathleen Parker and I am dried-out, jealous hack. I am jealous because I am not as pretty, smart, savvy or popular as Sarah Louise Palin. I am so jealous, that I am going to write in my diary about how I think she isn't ready to be vice president and how she should step down from her nomination.

I wish I had five beautiful children and a hot husband like her. I wish I could be a pageant winner. I just sit at my desk all day and write hate speech about one of the most prominent women in the world. I hate myself.

I say hideous things like:

"Palin filibusters. She repeats words, filling space with deadwood. Cut the verbiage and there’s not much content there."

"If BS were currency, Palin could bail out Wall Street herself."

I like to say that she is "out of her league" knowing damn well that I couldn't get to her level even if I sucked off the entire National Republican Party and let John Boehner do anal on me. I am clearly not Christian, nor a Real American because I can't contain my rage and just be happy that another woman has made it to the top.

My name is Kathleen Parker and it is an honor to be here with the rest of you on the Prayer List.

Watch out here she comes...

Let's get straight to the facts: Greta Van Sustren is a whore. She is a scheming homewrecking hussie. The Fox News Slutbucket (sorry Goddess for being so harsh) conducted the first interview with The Todd since Sarah was nominated for veep.

Check out the video: um, could she be more sexually aggressive? If the interview went any longer, she would have flashed him and went for his crotch.

She lustily asks him what he thought about Sarah's RNC speech and he dutifully says it was "good", great, even. He deflects her come-ons with one-word answers showing the world how much he loves his wife. Note the love between the high school sweethearts when he talks about how Sarah said "thank you" after he told her she did good. That is solid as a rock stuff.

She is fascinated by the raw power that he has as First Dude of Alaska and possibly the First Hunk of America. He practically has to beat her off with a stick when they are walking around outside.

I won't pray for Greta, because nothing can save this Jezebel. She just better watch her back. There are several things that you don't mess with: her family, her gun or her man. Strike one, Greta. STRIKE ONE.

Friday, September 26, 2008

The difference between MomsRising and Al Qaeda: strollers

A bunch of minivan warriors known as MomsRising thought it was a good idea to be a good neighbor and drop in on Sarah's office to hand deliver a letter to her that congratulated her on her nomination and to ask her some questions about topics that mothers find important like child care, education, afterschool programs and equal pay. Now, I am not a mother, but I also find those topics important and I resent them being billed as Mommy Issues by these bunt cake baking bitches.

To their surprise, some nimrod intern or staffer told them that a: In case they didn't notice, Sarah was in fucking NYC meeting with world leaders, so she sorta isn't um, HERE; and b: maybe they should just mail the letter. Like anyone who just shows up unannounced (and I'm sure without a gift basket of assorted cheeses or even a danish tray), they were turned away. Now, they have their mom jeans in a pinch because they got dissed and they want people to sign a petition demanding that Sarah address these issues.

Attention MomsRising, in case you were too busy clipping double days coupons for the local sale at Penny's and packing organic carrots in your little Blake's snack pack, you should take note that John McCain is running for President and you should be asking HIM about these issues, not just Sarah Palin. Do not use your Mommy Status as some disguise for your political action committee.

Fuck you for hijacking issues that affect all people and turning it into another laundry list of petty petitions presented by lily white women.

I can't tell who is crying more loudly: you or your babies. Now, go throw on some blush - your kid needs to be picked up from oboe practice.

Isn't there an opening on The View for Couric?

Let's just start off with the obvious: Sarah looked fabulous in her interview with Katie Couric. Fabulous. Now, I'm not mad at Katie for asking retarded questions during the interview. To be honest, I'm getting nervous.

Reading the transcript, then watching the interview made me begin to question Sarah. Then, I realized it's not her, it's the people preparing her for these interviews. They should all be fired. She keeps coming off as rehearsed versus prepared and I know Sarah can do better than that. She is more than a soundbite machine. And I know it's hard to be in a situation where you know you're prettier and smarter than the person you're talking to, but you have to be nice to them anyway.

This interview also got me thinking about why people aren't hitting Joe "Talk First Think Second" Biden these same hardball questions. What gives? Why isn't The Todd out and about a la Jill Biden to support his wife's candidacy?

In short: why is everyone against Sarah all of a sudden? Why all the hateration? Stop asking her why she thinks she is ready to be veep - accept that she just knows that she is, dammit. Stop bringing up that Russia comment. Stop asking her about the shit that honestly most veeps don't fucking deal with. How many people have asked her about domestic issues? What she thinks about education? Healthcare? Shit like that? Why are we asking her about what John thinks about the economy? She doesn't know, go ask him!

I think Sarah's best response in the whole interview was this:

Couric: In preparing for this conversation, a lot of our viewers … and Internet users wanted to know why you did not get a passport until last year. And they wondered if that indicated a lack of interest and curiosity in the world.

Palin: I'm not one of those who maybe came from a background of, you know, kids who perhaps graduate college and their parents give them a passport and give them a backpack and say go off and travel the world. No, I've worked all my life. In fact, I usually had two jobs all my life until I had kids. I was not a part of, I guess, that culture. The way that I have understood the world is through education, through books, through mediums that have provided me a lot of perspective on the world.

Bamn! Way to call out those classist, wine sipping bastards, Sarah! This is what most Americans would say, too. MOST Real Americans also don't gallavant around the world. We learn about shit watching PBS and reading old National Geographics from church rummage sales. Sarah once again reflects how Real Americans live their lives. Why would the Governor of Alaska go all over the world when her job is leading her state? If she spent all her time travelling internationally, the people would attack her for ignoring home. Remember the Mccain motto: "Country First". That is what Sarah has done all her life.

I just want Sarah to be interviewed by someone not trying to earn more publicity for their station, one that won't be condescending and leading. I want her to be interviewed by someone who comes knowing that she is as viable as Biden and doesn't attempt to create an hostile environment. Is that too hard to ask?

It's not that Sarah doesn't like you...

...it's just that she doesn't need you to have her back, Elizabeth.

Elizabeth Hasselhoff beck is like that not-so-cool kid in high school who wanted to be part of the in-crowd, but she was never rich/pretty/cool/slutty enough. Sarah is the leader of said cool crowd and Elizabeth thinks that by declaring "Hate Sarah Palin Day" on The View, she is making some de rigueur point about the obvious bias that her co-hosts have.

File this under the Thanks, But No Thanks File along with all the housewives demanding that Oprah have SP on that glorified informercial she calls a talk show.

I just want to shuck her and cover her in butter!

Sarah is so beautiful, so bountiful...like corn. Behold the greatness and majesty that is Sarah Palin as is interpreted through corn.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Who knew the day would come when Pakistani leadership would have better things to say than 1st Lady Bush Part 2?

In a startling and brutally honest revelation, Sarah Palin says that the U.S. could be facing another Depression if a bailout plan isn't passed by Congress. While others have been pussyfooting around the issue, she finally sounds the horn on the Straight Talk Express and lets out the steam on the news we are afraid to utter.

Sarah continues to take NYC by storm with The Todd doing Daddy Duty with Trig and Willow and Piper. Upon shaking her soft and supple hand, Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari gleefully remarked that "he now understood why so many in the U.S. "are crazy about" her.

Conversely First Lady Laura Bush loses all decorum and blathers this mess:

Laura Bush told CNN that she thought Palin had "a lot of really good common sense" and commended her executive experience. Asked if she thought Palin had sufficient foreign policy experience, the first lady said: "Of course she doesn't have that. You know, that's not been her role, but I think she is a very quick study, and fortunately John McCain does have that sort of experience."

Um. Why are people even addressing her and talking to her about things she doesn't understand? You want to ask her about her slutty daughters, children's books or being married to a monkey? Fine. Asking her about the Glory and Grace that is SP? Um: Big Mistake. Huge. Laura is so unwound and crazy - you can never trust her near a microphone. Her jealousy is so apparent in this comment. It's sad, really, when you think about it. Like, her life sucks and the only thing that makes her feel better is hating on someone younger, more beautiful and smarter than her.

I'm not saying Laura "Trim Your" Bush is ready for a prayer, but she's one comment shy of The List.

Palin-tology: What do you know?

I should get a diploma in Palin-tology....like one from a community college, online university or correspondence school.

"What are you studying this semester?"
"Man, I got Sarah-tistics. I can't figure out the math on this earmark. What about you?"
"I'm taking Palin-osophy. My study group and I are discussing what happens if one makes a decision and does blink. Would the world end? I'm also taking Palinish as my foreign language elective. My Palinish name in class is Krinkle Bearcat."

Before my wildest dreams become a reality, take the Palin-tology Quiz and see how you rank on Sarah subjects. I took this quiz and with a little bit more cramming, I will be on top of my game.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

The Miss Congeniality of Alaska 1984 legacy continues

Putting all doubts about her foreign policy experience to rest, Sarah Louise met with Afghan President Hamid Karzai today. There was some drama as nosey reporters felt entitled to sit in on the meeting. None of your beeswax, MSM! Pictures and video ONLY.

After some back and forth with the subject some pool reporters were allowed to smell the Essence of Sarah before the private meeting began. Here is what was captured before her and Karzai got down to brass tacks:

An exchange clearly heard above the clicking of cameras involved Karzai's son, born in January 2007.
"What is his name?" Palin asked.
"Mirwais," Karzai responded. "Mirwais, which means, 'The Light of the House.'"
"Oh, nice," Palin said.
"He is the only one we have," Karzai said.

Was that some sort of snub towards, Sarah, Mister Karzai? What do you mean "he is the only one we have"? Of course most people feel inadequate when first meeting Sarah, so I can understand if the context of that statement meant "My wife is not as fertile as you,". Personally, I thought all men from his country had a shitload of children. Guess I was wrong.

Notice that Sarah doesn't openly mock his child's weird name. She diplomatically says "Oh, nice," which shows you how merciful and gracious she is. Can you imagine if that was Laura Bush sitting there when he said that??

There is word Sarah Palin will grace the presence of pop musician Bono in the coming days. She will be able to enlighten him on ways to use his fame to advance missions of peace and AIDS awareness. I'm guessing he will also be presenting her with framed lyrics of the song he wrote about her.

Sarah is so good, you can consume her

...or rather a glass of Palin Syrah, a dry, Chilean red. It's available in a wine bar in the San Francisco area. The wine's taste is described as "white pepper, madrone, dry" and is an organic import from Chile. Unfortunately sales of the wine have dropped since Sarah emerged into national greatness. Apparently the raging homosexuals and liberals take issue with anything Palinesque entering their bodies. Their loss.