Saturday, September 27, 2008

Please Don't Fire Sarah Palin!

You should first know that I did not watch the "debate." For the most part, I have turned off to the politics. Here we had the primaries where the media couldn't ignore the crowds of Obama voters and had to back-track from the coronation of Hillary Clinton on the (D) side, while on the (R) side, some guy (McCain) who was against the base of his party (allegedly) somehow bucked the trend and "won" the primary over another guy (Ron Paul) who turned out to be RIGHT about a lot of stuff!!!! The FACT is he was jobbed at the ballot box; I SAW all the LAWN SIGNS traveling through there last year, and it was FRAUD UP THERE in January!!

Anyhow, if you want to read a review of the debate why don't you read this:
Your Mr. Potato Head and the Potato Free Truth

That pretty much sums up my view (the essayist's main issue) regarding anyone at this point in time. There is a
9/11 barrier that is unseen around all of us like a bubble. If you stay cocooned in the bubble of official lies, and fail to emerge and confront cold, hard, factual science and reality (about the collapse of the towers by fire, go from there) in one form or fashion, then you really best move on.... and we will.

And about Mz. Sarah....

"Poll shows Palin might be losing some of her luster

There are MANY REASONS I do not want JOE LIEBERMAN REPLACING the great goddess of Alaska, and LOOKS IS ONE OF 'EM!!!!

The honeymoon is over for Sarah Palin. After a third major TV interview during which her performance was uneven at best, even fellow Republicans are having trouble enthusiastically backing their vice presidential nominee.

Now some conservative commentators are skeptical or disillusioned. Syndicated columnist Kathleen Parker, who had praised McCain's surprise selection of Palin, called yesterday for her to step aside from the ticket.

"As we've seen and heard more from John McCain's running mate, it is increasingly clear that Palin is a problem. Quick study or not, she doesn't know enough about economics and foreign policy to make Americans comfortable with a President Palin should conditions warrant her promotion," Parker wrote yesterday on National Review's website.

"It was fun while it lasted. Palin's recent interviews with Charles Gibson, Sean Hannity, and now Katie Couric have all revealed an attractive, earnest, confident candidate. Who Is Clearly Out Of Her League (Boston Globe)."

I'm not trying to be a dink, but the hierarchy of chances I'm willing to take in that chair right now rank as such (and why):

1. Obama (because Israel and the agenda-driving Zionist media doesn't like him)

2. Palin (yeah, yeah, I know she's "not ready" but it would still have to be her signature. I know she'd have Machiavellian operatives flying around, but.... )

3. McCain (given the choice immediately above, if the cantankerous old coot happened to keel over, well, every cloud.... )

4. Biden (the "I am a Zionist" comment did not go over well with me, and he shows it at every turn)

5. Almost anyone else other than "maverick McCain" and his "first choice" of at-the hip, Minder Joe. We've already had enough Zionist presidents.