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Aug 29, 2008

Sarah who?


The governess of Alaska will be McCain's running mate. I guess Vickie Iseman wasn't available.
via Kos.

I suppose Ted Stevens (R-lobbyist's pocket) will do his best not to implicate her. And her husband is an oil industry executive worker. Drill her, (I mean here) Drill now.

Update: Did McCain pick her so he'll have a scapegoat when he loses? Or is his "little pilot" doing his decidering for him?

6 comments:

dguzman said...

Ew, eeww, and EEWWW! Don't forget that when hubby's not drillin', he's a "champion snowmobiler." Dude!

I can't wait to watch the VP debates.

FranIAm said...

He just needs some backup c*nt.

You got a problem with that?

(i really love that she is into teaching creationism. i so dig that.)

Pissed in NYC said...

I wonder what the world thinks. Probably that the US is spinning down into the abyss. Wait, that's what I think....

Anonymous said...

You highly underrate Alaska. If you look at the map, Alaska has three very powerful neighbors, Russia, Japan, and Canada. Historically, both Russia and Japan thought enough of Alaska to occupy Alaskan territory. Alaska is one of Japan's most significant trading partners. By definition, the Governor of Alaska would have significant Foriegn Affairs experience. Only Florida or Texas come close to rivalling Alaska. Certainly, an unimportant little backwater like Delaware couldn't hold a burnt match to Alaska.

Secondly, the Governor of Alaska has negotiated a $26 Billion Oil Deal, pulling the very teeth and nails out of Exxon-Mobil.

Don't underestimate Palin. Smalltown Mayor was a stepping stone, just as Smalltown Sheriff was for Grover Cleveland, or Milk Delivery Boy was for Eisenhower.

Sorghum Crow said...

Anonymouth, hogwash. I haven't underestimated Alaska. I have evaluated Palin. The writing is on the wall. She has been "weighed in the balance and found wanting."

Anonymous said...

A crooked balance, I might add!

Joe Biden is quaking in his boots over the debate, praying that he gets a gentler woman, like Golda Meir, Indura Ghandi, or Margaret Thacher.

Hillary, would you like to take Joe Biden's place? I voted for you. I sympathize with the way you were cheated of the VP Nomination. Be magnanamous when Biden asks you to take his place.