We may very well nominate Palin and we have the Dems to blame….

I’ve gone back and forth on this one in my mind and I’m convinced it isn’t gonna come out right,but I gots to get it out of there.

I loathe Sarah Palin and if I had to give but one reason (sadly there are many, many more) it is that she is Barack Hussein Obama.

Unqualified

Palin is an absolutely unqualified candidate for the presidency of the United States. Spewing mindless talking points,spotty prior political experience,a quitter and a liar. You see one can apply all that to either individual and since the Democrats have set the bar the Republicans can nominate Palin with a clear conscience.

This isn’t new to me by the way. I’ve disliked Palin since McCain (who I also dislike) tapped her. See HERE

Dream State

Palin exists because of a desire. Some would say that is what leaders do, they recognize a need or a desire and harness it for a goal.Well how’s that working for us right now? Again the Democrats have set the bar and set it low.

Rhetoric-itis

A talking point cannot exist within a vacuum. The Democrats are constantly fueling the talking points Palin and her worshippers respond to.It’s like popping Viagra into someone who already has wood,it isn’t gonna end well. I can’t even give the (D)’s props here since I don’t think they’re doing it intentionally. Seriously, they just recently woke up to the realities of what the mid terms are going to feel like. The Dems are so off message and stumbling in the woods that if anyone believes they are consciously empowering the Palin/Beck axis is on drugs.

I hope the GOP does not nominate Sarah Palin. I’m slightly encouraged by some recent events and stories. If she does get the nod though…I think we can blame the Democrats.

Previous Palin Posts:

In2Sarah palin(drome)

That one is very good imo. It captures the points in this post and shows consistency on my part.

Ronald Reagan writes

This is a good one too. I’ve looked at my Palin archives. Rutherford if you see this,I’m surprised you only get dogged. Oh wait you operate on a slightly different anti Sarah level.

Sarah Palin is THIS stupid

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17 Comments

  1. bvilleyellowdog says:

    No Sarah is the un-Obama. He is everything she is not.
    Do the Dems cheer the twit on- you bet – but we know she won’t get nominated. Err… but then O’Donnell got nominated so here is hope.
    The best part is that the whole list of GOP-Teabagger POTUS hopefuls is pathetic. Not one winner there.
    Newt? Everyone but him knows he’s a has been.
    Teflon Mitt? Tried to buy the nomination last time – got nowhere.

    It appears the regressives need another reminder of why the thugs were kicked out in 2008. That reminder should assure the 2012 landslide.

  2. Tex Taylor says:

    It appears the regressives need another reminder of why the thugs were kicked out in 2008. That reminder should assure the 2012 landslide.

    It appears the illiterate need a reminder there’s an election between 2008 and 2012. Yeller Dawg will get his proverbial clock cleaned in about one week, assuming there is a mechanism in the clock to clean.

    Here’s hoping Yeller likes the taste of the furry scrotum, being a Teabaggee and all.

  3. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Yes there is an election soon. More repugs will get elected – some very whacky ones. So much the better for Obama in 2012. As I said the repugs are slow learners and need lots of reminders about why the rethugs got the boot.

  4. I have to agree with Alfie, and I have said from the git go that Palin just is not what the nation needs. Funny though, it sure looks like it is always the left media that frames her as a TEA Party favorite. I’ve been involved from the beginning, and NO ONE, not a single real TEA Party person that I know likes her. For the reasons that Alfie stated, and others as well.

  5. Rutherford says:

    Mmmm two thoughts.

    First, Alfie I don’t know how you justify calling Obama a quitter. I won’t debate you on the experience, glorified rhetoric, etc since you’ve got those arguments down pat and have been making them for the better part of 3 years. But “quitter” … sorry I’m willing to make you defend that claim.

    New York Magazine paints a scarier picture than the one you’re contemplating. While I haven’t read the article yet, the basic premise is, Palin does indeed win the GOP nomination (with Iowa and South Carolina providing the fuel and momentum toward the win). THEN Michael Bloomberg declares himself an independent candidate. The result is no one gets the required 270 (I think that’s the right number) and the election goes to the House of Representatives, which if your prediction is correct will be Republican. They will then “elect” Sarah Palin.

    I will then officially become manic-depressive, with the depressive side obsessing over her destruction of this country and the manic side rejoicing in your longing for the good old days of Barack Hussein Obama. 😆

  6. Tex Taylor says:

    No worries “R” – Sarah Palin will not be the Republican nominee. Maybe chief fund raiser.

  7. Alfie says:

    Yeah Patrick. I’ve seen some stuff that looks at how she has actually stiffed a number of grass root types and done so secondary to message,media and $$$ controls. Sad.
    Tex you may very well be right and should trademark that chief fund raiser bit. She does excite some folks,the thing is contrary to folks like dog the audience actually wants to hear some real meat after the headlines.

  8. Alfie says:

    R Obama as a quitter is possibly not the fairest and most correct use of the term. I do believe though that some of his educational and career moves resembles Sarah infamous quitting. I’d also add that for all the ire the Right dumps on Obama HE actually hasn’t really done anything. Being “present” is akin to being a quitter in that way.
    And in case anyone wants to say HE has done something…
    Health care not really him,he left that to Congress.
    The wars…the generals for good and bad ends.
    The economy??? cut it out.

  9. Tex Taylor says:

    I’m like you on this one Alfie, I think. I’m not totally sure where you completely stand on Palin. I know for sure neither of us believe she is Presidential material.

    I’ll say this. From about one week after the Republican dog and pony show in 2008, I have not been impressed with Sarah Palin. First, the voice sounds like fingernails on the chalkboard. I become less impressed as each week goes bye. Sarah is primarily a media whore, and I think she’s let the celebrity status go to her head. Personally, I wish she would duck out for a time, though I believe she’s an asset.

    Having said that, I also like her politics. I think what Palin supports is where we need to go. So I’m torn. I’m not personally impressed with the personality, certainly not impressed with the presentation as I her pretty light, but we could certainly do much worse with the way she would vote.

    And I damn sure Rutherford reads this so he will knock the nonsense about my love affair with Palin. Do you hear me Mr. Rutherford?

  10. Chief fundraiser and lightning rod…she does manage to draw out the Left’s crazee and hatred. This has a purpose, as it lays all the Left’s lies bare, and makes them look like fools. I think Andrew Sullivan is still spelunking in her uterus, she made the feminist left look like hypocrites, and she does a great job diverting all of the Left’s Press Resources (and if that isn’t a redundancy, I’m not sure what is) and reduces them to digging through trash cans in Wasilla and interviewing anyone she ever gave a cross look to in the feverent hope of finding something, anything they can smear her with…you know, because all the ones they have used so far have been so incredibly effective.

    And I damn sure Rutherford reads this so he will knock the nonsense about my love affair with Palin. Do you hear me Mr. Rutherford?

    Ignoring his own unseemly obesession, of course. Although, I think the last restraining order is working. We have gone what? 5 posts at R’s without him engaging in a Palin moment? I think it has to be a record.

  11. Rutherford says:

    I do believe though that some of his educational and career moves resembles Sarah infamous quitting.

    Ok, you’ve still left me unconvinced. Sarah went to what, some five different colleges to get one bachelors degree? Obama went to a Podunk U type of school for a year or two, then transferred to Columbia (this is not uncommon to do two years at a transitional school while you’re getting your act together and then matriculate elsewhere) and then got his law degree from Harvard. Are you REALLY comparing the education of these two people? And please don’t counter with the sealed records bullsh*t. I’m not talking about comparing Sarah’s grades to Obama’s … I’m simply talking about the attendance record. Educationally, Obama is no quitter. (By the way, it could be argued that educationally Sarah is no quitter either. On the contrary, she did stick with it until she got the degree. I laugh at all the schools it took to do it, but hell, she did it.

    I’d also add that for all the ire the Right dumps on Obama HE actually hasn’t really done anything. Being “present” is akin to being a quitter in that way.
    And in case anyone wants to say HE has done something…
    Health care not really him,he left that to Congress.
    The wars…the generals for good and bad ends.
    The economy??? cut it out.

    Here, Alfie you get something right, albeit unintentionally and you get something wrong.

    The ire of the Right is irrational because Obama is not nearly as Left as he’s painted to be. Whether you call him a moderate or a political opportunist (I’m debating that with myself as we speak), you can hardly call him hard Left. Hard Left is single payer, executive order ending DADT, etc. So you are right that he actually hasn’t done the kind of stuff that should provoke such ire. Again, you’re right but not on purpose. 🙂

    As for the rest of it, I think it’s kind of silly. Our government is not set up for ANY President to DO anything. Every President inherits the accolades of legislation that he champions. The hard lifting is done in the legislature. So this IMHO is a vacuous criticism. And if you’re gonna get hot and bothered about Obama voting “present” then you’d have to get hot and bothered at a lot of Illinois state legislators. They’ve all got the option to do it … they all use the option when it suits them. This whole “voting present thing” has been a red herring from day one.

  12. Rutherford says:

    Tex, I’ve always known you are too smart to be in love with Sarah Palin. Now if you’d only wise up to the fact that she is the dumb gossip living down the street from you, who lucked into Mayor of an unknown backwater town and then became Governor of a backwater state, and therefore has no real views about anything but the latest plot on “General Hospital”, then you will have fully recovered from your own Palin dementia. 😀

  13. Tex Taylor says:

    Whether you call him a moderate or a political opportunist (I’m debating that with myself as we speak), you can hardly call him hard Left. Hard Left is single payer, executive order ending DADT, etc. So you are right that he actually hasn’t done the kind of stuff that should provoke such ire. Again, you’re right but not on purpose.

    A misreading of reality if you ask me. The fact we haven’ t moved even further left is more an admission that Obama not entirely stupid. He can read the political tea leaves. There was no way health care was have passed with single payer. Obama is also aware that more than any other demographic, his base is not entirely gay – let us remember blacks and the Prop 8 vote. And there are a lot more blacks and Hispanics that make Tex look down right effeminate in his own thinking about homosexuality, than anything the gays can offer in the way of a vote. It’s actually fascinating to watch Obama walk the fine line.

    I imagine Obama is similar in thinking to say a Jeremiah Wright – enough of a political opportunist to feign sympathy with gays; innate enough to be personally revolting.

  14. Tex Taylor says:

    Tex, I’ve always known you are too smart to be in love with Sarah Palin. Now if you’d only wise up to the fact that she is the dumb gossip living down the street from you, who lucked into Mayor of an unknown backwater town and then became Governor of a backwater state, and therefore has no real views about anything but the latest plot on “General Hospital”, then you will have fully recovered from your own Palin dementia.

    Don’t get cocky – this is where you and I part ways and why at times, you sound “elitist” yourself. Sarah Palin may be common and ordinary in her credential. But she’s also dumb like a fox. She capitalized while the opportunity was there, just like Obama capitalized when good fortune fell in his lap with a weak opponent and the benefactor of a tanking economy (which he has actually worsened).

    When the records are compared, no matter your minimizing Palin’s credential, Palin has been a far more effective force in creating wealth, harmony and stability in what she governed. Palin has also proven far more honest than Obama in her dealings with less than honorable establishments. No need to run down the list of scumbags, pinkos and anarchists in Obama’s inner circle. And that doesn’t include one Mr. George Soros.

    Alaska may be no state of consequence to you, but from a strategic and asset base, Alaska is far more important than any state in the Northeast, perhaps short of New York’s financial power. Do I need to remind you of Russia and Alaska’s strategic defense importance and the biggest bearer of our second most valuable commodity called hydrocarbons?

    I honestly believe “R” you vastly overestimate Obama’s prowess. He has proven himself to be a completely ineffective leader in every measure, as his only accomplishment besides being elected pushing through by dubious means his version of health care – incredibly unpopular and damaging to not only our country, but his own party. You will learn that in seven more days.

    So while I admit Palin is not my candidate of choice, I am certainly glad she’s also on my side. She may not be the most intellectual tool in the shed, but you have always overestimated intellect and underestimated wisdom. I will bet by 2014, this “hick” will be far more popular with the elect than your chosen one.

  15. Rutherford says:

    Well there you go Tex … we do agree on one other thing. Palin is dumb — all the way to the bank. My family probably wishes I could be that stupid right about now. 😉

  16. Tex Taylor says:

    My family probably wishes I could be that stupid right about now. 😉

    Me too Rutherford; me too! 😉

  17. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    I hope she doesn’t run and I won’t vote for her if she does.

    VP was one thing. But not the top seat.

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