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November 28, 2010

The Sarah Palin Myth

What’s the big deal about Sarah Palin? Seriously, it’s like I live in an alternate universe when people are talking about her. Don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against Sarah Palin the person or the politician, but I can’t quite wrap my mind around the Palin phenomenon. I don’t understand why some conservatives are so crazy about her. I suppose it’s a response to the Liberal derangement?  And what’s with the frothing at the mouth, Libs?  But I get exactly why the Lib MEDIA continues to propagate her myth– they know she can’t win in a general election.

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  1. If your mother was a girl jock, bright, very pretty, who loves a man and understands that she is a woman, all woman, then Gov. Palin is your mom.
    If your mother is a lesbian Radcliffe grad. who does not own a snow shovel, then she’s not your mom.
    If your mother is an English comedian with a penchant for trains and a Y-chromosome, you’re impossible.
    Remember that William F. Buckley, Jr., once said (paraphrasing here) that he’d rather be governed by the first 500 names in the phonebook than by the faculty of Harvard Law: Governor Palin was elected by that fraction of the first 500 names who had the gumption to go North to Alaska.

    Comment by Thorvald — November 29, 2010 @ 18:13

  2. the script reading was okey… the translator was out of breath most of time while the president speaking very slowly.. lonastnrlatilg is such a challenging job as we can see here…

    Comment by Dreama — May 15, 2017 @ 18:38

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