So, there you have it. It’s the evil liberals’ fault that the birthers have made such a fuss. It certainly had nothing to do with the many Republican senators who refused to sign a bill celebrating HI as a state, which just so happened to mention that President Obama was born there. Naw. Republicans are really mad at HI and just don’t want to acknowledge the state. Just cuz. Stop asking questions.
The Thrilla from Wasilla who just a year ago was touted as the country’s most beloved Governor (a statistic that had NOTHING to do with her socialistic program of sending thousands of dollars from the oil companies to each Alaskan citizen) is no longer a contender.....
Now she’s gone. You, evil media and pajama bloggers, won’t have Palin to kick around anymore! In her official capacity as first governor ever to quit for no reason (“the reasons are “obvious” ya’ know), Palin delivered an aborted-term speech dangerously full of verbal diarrhea. Did ya’ miss her “Farewell Alaska, I’m leavin’ Ya Because I love ya’ Speech”?
Audra Shay, favored to become Leader of Young Republicans, has been accused (by scary political attackers!!!) of condoning racism on her Facebook page.... Shay found herself in the middle of a publicized fray last week, which was the beginning of the now infamous “Coons” Controversy. With the election looming this weekend, the world wonders....Can someone who condones racism (aka, a racist...but shhhh) be elected as the Leader of the Young Republicans?
Ever since her resignation announcement, soon to be former Alaska governor Sarah Palin has been waxing philosophically on her Twitter account, where today's attempt at depth was a quote that she attributed to Plato, only it was never uttered by Plato, but instead comes from 1670 gentleman's etiquette guide. When Palin and Plato collide, the results aren't pretty.
Palin is being sued for violating the law by failing to issue the 2007 Juneteenth Proclamation. While the lawsuit is frivolous, it does raise questions about Palin's views on race, and how they may clash with RNC chairman Michael Steele's plans to expand the GOP base.