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Sunday, September 21, 2008

Strike... um, I lost count... against Palin

It seems that it would be pretty much common knowledge that Sarah Palin lied about not supporting the "Bridge to Nowhere" to begin with, backing off after it became a national punch line on wasteful spending.  But there are those who still defend the act, saying she was the one who stamped out the funding to it, even though nobody can deny that she kept the funds.

However, I now see this woman will lie about anything! WHY WOULD YOU LIE ABOUT THIS?! The woman is bad news, and I just hope that people begin seeing past her "pretty face" to the ugly truth of who this woman is and what she really stands for.

Like, oh, I don't know, supporting the "Bridge to Nowhere" and then backing off and throwing water on the fire and claiming to be a hero by killing the project? How about claiming to be a financial watchdog against wasteful spending while blowing $50k in taxpayer money to redecorate her new office to "look like a bordello" almost as soon as getting in to it? And doing it without the council's approval, which makes it illegal on top of wasteful and in bad taste.

It turns out that John McCain's first choice for VP wasn't even Nick Carney's (Palin's original political "mentor" of sorts) for City Council!

 "It was a very casual process, she wasn't even our first choice. We had known her since she was a girl, she went to school with our daughter. It wasn't that she was the brightest thing on the horizon, a rising star or anything like that."

And this is who McCain thinks should be our Vice President? What planet is McCain living on?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Amen, my brother. It's nice to see that somebody has a founded reason to dislike this woman. I have no vendetta against a woman or a woman with a pregnant daughter. I just cannot believe the outrageous excuses that are being made for her stupidity and especially her inexperience. For instance, the woman is expected to have experience with foreign diplomacy because she lives in Alaska. Close to Russia.
As a wise man recently pointed out, this also means that she has good relations with the penguins, elves, and Santa Claus.
Furthermore, was that not the big front only a few months ago for both Clinton and McCain? I mean, they had experience, and that was the key. Is that not important anymore? She has been Governor of Alaska for two years and the Mayor of a city called Wasilla with a population of just over 7,000, classifying her as a candidate with "small town values." So what's this supposed to mean? She doesn't know how to deal with a group of more than 7,000 people, let alone a group of more than 7,000 people that don't have her small town values because she lacks the experience!!!