Category Archives: Sarahpalooza
FOX News really wants Sarah Palin to run for President. Murdoch has invested heavily in what amounts to a 2012 American Idol campaign for Republicans; I knew it when the FOX affiliate vehicles outnumbered all other network vehicles put together … Continue reading
Ashby reports: “I think the majority of Americans don’t want to put up with the blue bloods,” Palin told Ingraham. “And I say it with all due respect, because I love the Bushes. “ Palin has a thing for blood. … Continue reading
therefore she showed her coolness under fire from impolitic liberals/progressives who probably hang out with terrorists. See how that works? Details here.
Sarah wants a new third party to, y’know, make Republicans have to debate harder an’ stuff: ThinkProgress has a list of her statements about a third party; up til now she has taken the more popular position among teabaggers that … Continue reading
She’s flirted with tea party televangelism; now she wants her own reality show. Somehow, it seems to me the natural end of the Sarah Palin story is a non-reality-based “reality show.” Think “John and Kate” with extra moose-hunting. What’s sad … Continue reading
The presumptive 2012 Republican nominee actually has 29% of Americans convinced she might be qualified to be president. This is the frightening result of a Washington Post-ABC poll. Did I mention that I live among an unusual concentration of such … Continue reading
The revolution will be monetized. Sorry about the audio quality at two points; there’s nothing I can do until such time as Teh Evil Plan™ sees fit to cut me a fat check to buy better equipment. If you haven’t … Continue reading
Well, last night was interesting. I needed to be in Nashville yesterday anyway, so I crashed the tea party at the Gaylord (heh!) Grand Ole Opry Hotel and Convention Center to catch as much video as possible. I went as … Continue reading
A revealing moment in the kitchen romance of Beck and Palin: Challenged, Palin reaches for the only name she can recall.
I’ve been forecasting this meltdown since last April. From Alan Colmes’s Liberaland, we learn that tea party panjandrum Erick Erickson will not attend the astroturfers convention in Nashville because it “smells scammy:” I am afraid Sarah Palin is going to … Continue reading
Sarah’s signature issue rises from the graveyard of debunkery: Bureaucrats can decide, based on a subjective judgement of their ‘level of productivity in society,’ whether they are worthy of healthcare. It’s classic boilerplate delivered by a woman with an opulently-hoisted … Continue reading