The debt limit. [...]
The debt limit. [...]
Sarah Palin’s continued use of violent terms and her inability to show empathy dooms her bid as Republican presidential candidate. [...]
The Butterfly Effect where a butterfly flaps is wings and the effect ripples causing major weather changes applies to words & images sent out via the media. [...]
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Arizona), was shot through the head on Saturday, January 8 and remains in critical condition. Giffords was on Sarah Palin’s hit list. [...]
In a fit of jealous rage, “itchy fingers” John McCain threatened to sue over the allegations in the National Enquirer that I had a long affair with Brad Hanson, my husband’s business partner. Gosh, all of Hanson’s affairs were limited to my husband. [...]
So much has happened to poor Sarah Palin! Now she is faced with Bruce Elliott’s full-frontal nude painting of her.
Usually, photographs of the painting are displayed with the private parts obscured – not on our site, however. We give you the “full Monty.”
President elect Barack Obama is now on the side of bailing out the auto industry. Well, only part of the auto industry. Executives of Honda Motor Co., Toyota and Nissan have stayed out of the bailout debate.
Obama is in favor of rewarding incompetence with a plan that cannot possibly succeed. The [...]
I almost don’t want to write this, as the incident is getting a lot of play on other sites – and it should.
Still, we just can’t let the incredible stupidity of Sarah Palin go unnoticed. It is not just that Sarah Palin is insensitive – she is STUPID.
Now is turkey pardoning time. [...]
In a last ditch effort to save his candidacy, John McCain has unwisely chosen the low road to oblivion. The remaining thrust of his campaign will be to “sow doubt” about Barack Obama. This tactic has been unsuccessful so far, but what is the desperate and seemingly disoriented McCain to do?
The “sow doubt” strategy will have an effect, however, but certainly not what John McCain has intended. Joining McCain on his low road to oblivion will be Sarah Palin, Joe the “Plumber,” a major chunk of the Republican Party, and, hopefully, Joe Lieberman, McCain’s intended Secretary of State. Continue reading McCain takes the low road to oblivion
The Republican National Committee spent about $150,000 on clothing, hair styling, makeup and other “campaign accessories” in September for the McCain campaign after Palin, the governor of Alaska, joined the ticket.
The expenses include $75,062 spent at Neiman Marcus in Minneapolis Minn., and $41,850 in St. Louis in early September. The committee also reported spending $4,100 for makeup and hair consulting. In the photo above Palin is wearing a $2,500 Valentino jacket. Spreading the wealth? No, this is an Italian jacket, what about buying American, Sarah?
Apparently, the bulk of her purchases were sponsored by an “unknown donor,” (Cindy McCain?) who expected Palin to purchase only three suits. The “unknown donor” was horrified when notified of the amount, and that Palin was purchasing clothes for her entire family. At this point the “unknown donor” cut off all credit to Palin. At that point, some of the aides accompanying her were pressed by Palin into providing their credit cards for even more purchases.
According to Bill O’Reilly on Fox News, Palen: