Saturday, October 25, 2008

Neo-Con Whisper Campaign Against Palin

"Palin's going rogue" whisper the Bushite handlers who are finding out that Sarah Palin is not so easy to handle.

In this case "going rogue" seems to mean that she is done being their sock-puppet and is going back to the common-sense kind of answers that made her America's most popular Governor. I wondered how long she could stand being surrounded and isolated by neo-con "advisers". You know, the same types that made the name of Bush what it is today..... It sounds like she has decided to start speaking her own mind instead of their spoon-fed lines, and in response these "gallant gentleman" have started an anonymous whisper campaign against her.

Folks, I said at the start if she really was any good she would soon get fed up with McCain and the neocons. I am glad to hear- from them- that she has.


Anonymous movie fan said...

the McCain camp has been sending mixed signals since it's inception... Sarah Palin can't even keep up with McCain's endless wavering between "straight talker" and crooked politician

1:18 AM, October 26, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whoa, I missed the straight talker part.

Palin has shown poor judgment throughout this whole ordeal.

11:17 AM, October 26, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Movie Fan: first, learn how to use an apostrophe. "Since it is inception" makes no sense. The rule is: the word "it's" (with apostrophe)stands for "it is" or "it has." See Eats, Shoots & Leaves by Lynn Truss. Truss says, "Getting your itses mixed up is the greatest solecism in the world of punctuation. If you still persist in writing, "Good food at it's best", you deserve to be struck by lightning, hacked up on the spot and buried in an unmarked grave." pp. 43-44.
Now as to the substance of your ill-punctuated comment, McCain is no crook. He may have had some lapses in judgment over the years (Keating 5 - he was exonerated; but after 5 years of torture in a POW camp, I'll cut him some slack on that one), but he's no crook. McCain and Palin both need to ignore their advisors and stop the attacks on O/B, and start telling people how their policies will jump start the economy, restore faith in government, make us energy independent, end our presence in Iraq, and create jobs. If they do that immediately, McCain could still pull it off. If not, say hello to President B. Hussein Obama.

3:07 PM, October 26, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"lapses in judgment," ha, ha- that's funny, shill boy.

Man I can't wait until this stupid election is over.

9:18 PM, October 26, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shill boy? You can't even use correct punctuation, and yet I'm shill. Now THAT'S funny.
Let he who hasn't ever had a lapse in judgment cast the first. . . well, you know the rest.

5:20 AM, October 27, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"You can't even use correct punctuation, and yet I'm shill"

What does punctuation and you being a shill have in common? You lost me there.

But I'll tell you what's "funny," it's someone who assumes someone else is ignorant because they don't use proper syntax. Perhaps they just don't care enough about you to take the time.

As far as the "reasoning" (perverting of a Bible verse) you used to continue shilling for McCain, I could use the same argument for Obama.

7:33 AM, October 27, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The best reason I can figure for why McCain isn't focused on explaining his policies in detail, is because they're diluted socialism. I have yet to hear him differ substantially from Obama, and I don't expect to.

None of his policies are likely to sell well, and possibly he knows it.

7:50 AM, October 27, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can see why I lost you there. As to assumptions I may have made, you have mistakenly assumed something about me (that I assume someone else is ignorant b/c they don't use proper syntax) that is incorrect; it may just be that you were educated in a government school. You apparently have mixed up syntax and punctuation; they are different, although related, perhaps similar to architecture, bricks & mortar. Syntax is word placement & sentence building; punctuation is the mortar used to attach (and/or separate) selected words in order to convey a coherent thought or idea.

Shilling for McCain? Not on your life. Supporting him & Gov. Palin? Absolutely.

9:59 AM, October 27, 2008  

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