Monday, October 13, 2008
From the Associated Press
Republican John McCain vowed Sunday to whip Democratic rival Barack Obama's "you-know-what" Wednesday in their final televised debate.
Mr. McCain made that pledge as top advisers said he is weighing new economic proposals to help the nation weather the financial crisis. He refused to answer a reporter's question Sunday about what plans he might be considering.
Do you think McCain was referring to the use of the always popular Dopey Whip (which they appear to use abundantly at their staged rallies), or was McCain referring to using the more traditional Kunta Kente type of whip on Obama?
That damn gramps he just be so silly, I refuse to believe that he is really a racist.
Friday, August 29, 2008
After losing the 1984 Miss Alaska pageant to Maryline Blackburn (shown above) Sarah Palin has gone on to be the first woman picked by the GOP to be Vice President. Just think if she had actually won the crown, how much better her resume would have been.
There are many Republican women who are more qualified: Christine Whitman, Kay Baily Hutchison, that Snowe chick - Olympia, Carly Fiorina (if you want a real executive), hell even Condi Rice. Unfortunately, these ladies are not as photogenic, they have a problem with being intelligent and damn it they talk back. In Palin, John McSame has in essence picked a "trophy" VP candidate to go after the Hillraiser crowd. Condescending much?
Who knew McSame was this desperate to control a news cycle. As Sarah Palin is considered one of the hottest female politicians, I'm sure somewhere Paris Hilton is giving the thumbs up.
John McCain has picked Sarah Palin, a mother of five, to be his Vice Presidential running mate. Sarah Palin is a former Miss Wasilla 1984, who previously worked as a local news sports reporter, then served as city councilwoman and mayor of the town of about 9,000 before being elected governor of her home state just two years ago. And now she could be a heartbeat away from being President of the United States of America. Until then, she will be keeping Cindy McCain company on the campaign trail.