Monday, July 13, 2009

Yes, Regarding Sarah Palin

I have been asked five million times about my opinion on Sarah Palin, whether she was a good pick for The McCainiac, whether she would make a good President, about her resignation as Governor of Alaska. Ad nauseum.

This shall be my definitive response. I do not know Sarah Palin, but everything that I have seen and read does make me think that she does not need to be in politics, AS A CANDIDATE. She does not appear to be corrupt in any form, she does not appear to be willing to sacrifice her personal life to the powers that be, and she is HOT, even though she is MUCH, MUCH older than me and MUCH, MUCH younger than our New Moron President.

The bottom line is that the Theory of Evolution FORCES the dumbest, most unattractive, and most inept into the realm of politics and leaves the most intelligent, beautiful, and competent in the private sector. Let us NOT mess with the leftards favorite CRAZY science, okay?

And Sarah, I prefer the hair DOWN, let's make that happen more often.

Please take the time to comment.


Anonymous said...

Personally, I would LOVE to see Sarah Palin go after everyone that has printed crap about her family... Bring on the Saracuda Mama Bear!

I'd like to see some laws changed where the slime ball papparazzi is concerned.

As far as anyone saying that she shouldn't be in politics because she's not willing to sacrifice her family to do it... B.S. She is still young and if she needs to step back, learn a few more things, and concentrate on her family... fine. As far as stepping down from being the governor of Alaska, I'm sure that was a very tough call. Definitely a double edged sword.

We'll see what happens in time. We may not hear much from her for a bit but I think she'll be back.

Anonymous said...

One more thing... I've read some crap that Bristol's ex fiance' has said that Sarah said she wanted to walk away and take the money (book deal or something). Ugh. I also read that the Palin's have racked up over $500,000 in personal debt fighting accusations made against them. These are not rich people that come from old money! The state of Alaska has had to pay, what? 2 million in defense of her? Do people not see how seriously screwed up that is?

MUD said...

It is a sad state of affairs that we don't have a real leader in the Republican party to mop up the Libs with. Sarah is not there yet but will someday hit her stride and punish her enemies with her wit. MUD

Andy said...

MUD might be right. Sarah is about my age...a little younger. I know for sure that I am much more straightforward at 49 than I was at 39...and on a different planet than when I was 29.

Reagan's gubmitology was developed by a LONG look at life...tempered by his experience in gubmit, real life, messing with Hollywood phonies...and finally crystallized in a "whole man...with a whole plan."

Sarah has that opportunity. And like we say down South, "When Oppornockity tunes, you'd better catch the door."

ChristinaJade said...

Yep. Her day will come, maybe not as a candidate, but in some way, shape, form, or fashion. Let's face it, I'm a mom, and I could not have imagined having to be away from my child enough to be in politics, especially one as young as Trig. I'm not going to speculate on the future, but I will say that she is one amazingly intelligent chick with potential to do pretty much anything she sets her mind to. Would I ever vote for her? Dunno.

And yes, Paul, she is as hot as the Mississippi Delta in August. :)

ChristinaJade said...

Andy, if that is my future, that I will be more straightforward at 49 than I am now at 39, I will have no friends left on the planet. Garsh.

Andy said...

Get used to it Christina. You don't need no stinkin' friends at 49.

But amazingly, nobody else in their late 40's does either, so you just kinda become friends by default.

Skunkfeathers said...

Most of the few libtard friends I had at 49, won't talk politics or religion with me at 52. I won't change my ways to become a sissy-spined libtard, and they know it.

I'm content that it is so.

classicaliberal said...

I have nothing to relate here...

However, my wife is a liberal-ish. And we have some spirited debates, although she doesn't much talk politics with me any longer. I 'spect it has more to do with me raising my voice and calling her crazy than it does with my razor sharp intellect and indisputable logic.

Oh well, what're you gonna do, huh?


Steve B said...

I just snorfle when I hear how Sarah Palin "cost" McCain X number of votes. Utter insanity.

She energized a voting block who were grimly resigned to "having" to vote for the Crypt Keeper instead of B.O. Sarah got in there an actually got people excited about things.

If not for her, McCain would have been even more of a distant also-ran in the last election that he was.

Paul Mitchell said...

^^^What he said.

Skunkfeathers said...

If Sarah hadn't been on the ticket, I reckon McCain would have lost a few million votes and probably 5 states, at least.

She's not the answer, but she was damned sure closer to it than McCain.