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Oh Sarah

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Now don’t get me wrong, I don’t hate Sarah Palin herself.  I hate her supporters who for some reason think that her down to Earth idiocy, still should hold any office above that of a City Clerk.  But I do not hate her… aside from being a republican, she seems likable enough.  Someone you may want to have a beer with.

Of all the people I’ve ever shared a beer with, there isn’t a one of them I would want to be president of the USA.

Despite having quit her job, she still can’t seem to refrain from reiterating how important it is that she not be allowed within the city limits of Washington DC.  When asked to explain why as president she wouldn’t be subjected to the same ethics investigations that compelled her to resign as governor of Alaska, (ABC News interview, July 7, 2009) she said:

“I think on a national level your Department of Law there in the White House would look at some of the things that we’ve been charged with and automatically throw them out.”

Department of Law?  Did she think “President” meant the president of University of Alaska?  What is the Department of Law?  I’ll give her the benefit of the doubt and assume that she did not mean the Justice Department of the USA.  No one would really think that the Justice Department exists to protect the president from being accused of ethics violations.  No, really… no one could possibly think that.  So she must have meant the president’s legal council and for some reason decided to grant them the title of “Department of Law” in her own head.  Ok, but even so… how are they just able to “throw them out”?  That’d be a great lawyer, wouldn’t it?  Someone who could just look at your case and decide on their own to have it thrown out.

This is the same former vice presidential candidate who thinks that the vice president of the USA runs the senate.

This is the same Sarah Palin, who when asked by Katie Couric, how Alaska’s proximity to Russia gives her foreign policy experience, (CBS News interview, Sept. 24, 2008 — Watch video clip) said:

“Well, it certainly does because our — our next door neighbors are foreign countries. They’re in the state that I am the executive of. And there in Russia … We have trade missions back and forth. We– we do– it’s very important when you consider even national security issues with Russia as Putin rears his head and comes into the air space of the United States of America, where– where do they go? It’s Alaska. It’s just right over the border. It is– from Alaska that we send those out to make sure that an eye is being kept on this very powerful nation, Russia, because they are right there. They are right next to– to our state.”


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July 8th, 2009 at 1:28 pm

How the Republicans are Losing the Country

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I used to be a Republican.  Not only that, I used to really be a Republican.  As in, “you dirty steenkin’ pinko-commie-liberal” type Republican.  In High School, I praised the awesomeness that was Ronald Reagan and laughed heartedly at Jimmy Carter’s foolishness.  I never believed entirely in everything the party stood for, but I believed in most of it and where we saw eye-to-eye were the most important issues to me.  Small government, trickle down economics, foreign policies, strong national defense… these were the foundations of my support for the Republican party.

Today… not so much.  I voted for Barack Obama this past election and quite honestly, I’ll be proud of that decision even if he fails to deliver even most of what he’s promised.  I wouldn’t call myself a Democrat, though… I just voted for the person I felt was best for our country.  I don’t really know what I am, but I do know that I am definitely no longer a Republican.  In fact… I’m so far from it, I find myself initially predisposed against candidates, just because they are Republicans.


Here’s an example of what makes my skin crawl and long for the days when these out dated dinosaurs of hate finally die off of my planet:

GOP lawmakers cringe at colleagues’ words on sexuality

Sen. Dave Schultheis, of Colorado Springs, on Wednesday opposed a bill requiring pregnant women to be tested for HIV so that if they are infected their babies can be treated to prevent the virus’s transfer.

“This stems from sexual promiscuity for the most part, and I just can’t go there,” he said.

“We do things continually to remove the consequences of poor behavior, unacceptable behavior, quite frankly. I’m not convinced that part of the role of government should be to protect individuals from the negative consequences of their actions.”

Really??  So this boil on the butt of humanity wants an unborn baby to have AIDS. even though it could be prevented, just to teach Mom a lesson?!?!  Seriously?!?!  What sort of human being thinks like that?

* What he said afterward: “What I’m hoping is that yes, that person may have AIDS, have it seriously as a baby and when they grow up, but the mother will begin to feel guilt as a result of that. The family will see the negative consequences of that promiscuity and it may make a number of people over the coming years … begin to realize that there are negative consequences and maybe they should adjust their behavior. We can’t keep people from being raped. We can’t keep people from shooting each other. We can’t keep people from jumping off bridges. People drink and drive, and they crash and kill people. Poor behavior has its consequences.”

Weep for humanity, people.

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February 26th, 2009 at 11:08 am