Thursday, September 18, 2008

What about me what?

Sarah Palin commented on what a Palin/McCain administration will do in the White House. I'm sorry, who's running for president? Oops.

Which Rapids are you in? Don't get out of Alaska much, do ya?

Someone needs to tell them that Palin Power has been grossly overshadowed by silly things like the economy and as soon as she opens her mouth, there's a drop in confidence of her ability as VP and possibly (God forbid) president.

How about Trooper-Gate? First Dude (as he's been called) refuses to testify and it looks like the kabosh is almost complete on this.

What does it tell us?

That McCain and Palin are not above the usual Bush-like political games to stifle the truth from coming out. Welcome to Bush III.

John McCain, in an interview with an affiliate of Spain's Union Radio, when asked about meeting with the prime minister of Spain, said he'd be happy to meet with anyone in Latin America and the region. This is the article from US News & World Report.

Further, when the interviewer said, But what about Spain, I'm talking about the prime minister of Spain, John's response was "What about me what?"

Did you know Spain (a NATO ally) is an adversary of ours? According to the McCain campaign they are.

Uh-huh. This is a man that is completely confused about who's where and where's where and he's been banking on his foreign policy experience.

Can I get another uh-huh? Amen.

Hey John, no president can fire the, uh, FCC chairman.

What does it say when Chuck Hagel, Republican from Nebraska, comments on Palin's lack of experience?

We want these people running the country?


This is just too much to believe. You can't make this stuff up. Luckily we have Rachel Maddow and Keith Olbermann to help us sort it all out.

I wonder what other countries' residents think of us now?


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