Sarah Palin

Memo to mainstream media: Could we have just – say, one week without anything about Sarah Palin?

November 11, 2010 by Frank Gormlie
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I’m getting really, really sick of it. Everywhere I turn – there’s Sarah Palin. Not her really, of course, but another image of her, another post, another comment, another article, another scoop, ….


Am I the only one who is so sick of seeing her that I’m getting ready to throw up???

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Sarah Palin’s Top 10 Tea Party Mamma Grizzlies (from DC Douglas)

September 24, 2010 by Patty Jones
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D.C. Douglas, a veteran character actor and voice over artist, has produced another in a series of comedic political videos. “Sarah Palin’s Top 10 Tea Party Mamma Grizzlies” is a 4 minute voter’s guide to Sarah Palin’s mid-term Tea Party congress candidate picks.

“I find it best to put all your crazy tea bags into one pot so you can get a real taste of Sarah Palin’s political acumen,” says Mr. Douglas.

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McCain’s Crowd in Tampa Today Was Disturbingly Small, Ten Times Less Than Planned For

November 3, 2008 by Staff

by Sam Stein / The Huffington Post / November 32, 2008 Something was missing from the first of John McCain’s seven campaign stops today: the crowd.Kicking off the last day of the election in Tampa, Florida, John McCain was welcomed by a roughly 1,000 voters. Compare that to the 15,000 people that President Bush drew […]

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Best of the ’08 Campaign: Northern exposure

October 30, 2008 by Staff

Writing in his online column for Harper’s, Scott Horton offered the following tribute to journalist Max Blumenthal, a Fellow at the Nation Institute, and to Max’s work this fall for the Institute’s Investigative Fund. Past posts of Horton’s indispensable blog No Comment can be retrieved from ~Ham Fish of The Nation By Scott Horton […]

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A Little Bit of Reality, from Wasilla

October 21, 2008 by Patty Jones

“REAL” Main Street USA Even if you don’t watch the whole video, grab the slider bar and fast forward to the 2 minute mark. See where Palin gained the experience she needs to be VeePee!

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Hey, Can I Call You Joe?

October 3, 2008 by Patty Jones

So we sat down to watch the VP debate last night, in my case more for the anticipated entertainment more than anything. I’m no pundit so I’m not going to go into an analysis of it, but I have to say that I did chuckle at Palin’s slip up regarding John McCain and “recognizing he […]

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Alaskan Women Reject Sarah Palin Rally

September 23, 2008 by Staff

[The] Alaska Women Reject Palin rally was to be held outside on September 14th on the lawn in front of the Loussac Library in midtown Anchorage  Home made signs were encouraged, and the idea was to make a statement that Sarah Palin does not speak for allAlaska women, or men.  I had no idea what to expect. The rally was organized by […]

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Sarah Palin: Why Experience Matters

September 18, 2008 by Staff

By David Brooks / New York Times / Originally published: September 15, 2008 Philosophical debates arise at the oddest times, and in the heat of this election season, one is now rising in Republican ranks. The narrow question is this: Is Sarah Palin qualified to be vice president? Most conservatives say yes, on the grounds […]

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McCain and the Depression of 2008

September 15, 2008 by Gregg Robinson

“The Fundamentals of the American Economy are strong.” John McCain before the 2008 election “Prosperity is just around the corner.” Herbert Hoover just before the 1932 election At a time when this country faces the greatest economic crisis since the Great Depression, the American people seem set to elect the modern version of Herbert Hoover. […]

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Palin Will Never be America’s ‘EveryWoman’

September 14, 2008 by Patty Jones

In what the AKMuckracker from the Mudflats blog called “the biggest political rally ever, in the history of the state,” citizens took to the streets in Anchorage Alaska to show how they feel about Sarah Palin, her politics and to dispel any notion that she speaks for the majority of hockey moms in that state. […]

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Obama raises $10 million after Palin speech vs. GOP raising only $1 million

September 4, 2008 by Staff

Associated Press / updated 6:20 p.m. PT, Thurs., Sept. 4, 2008 ST. PAUL, Minnesota – Barack Obama’s presidential campaign said it raised $10 million Thursday following the Republican National Convention speech by rival John McCain’s running mate, Sarah Palin. Obama spokesman Bill Burton said Palin’s address, heavily laced with digs at Obama, prompted an outpouring […]

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You’ve got to see this video of Sarah Palin addressing her church’s students

September 2, 2008 by Staff

Three months before she was thrust into the national political spotlight, Gov. Sarah Palin was asked to handle a much smaller task: addressing the graduating class of commission students at her one-time church, Wasilla Assembly of God. Her speech in June provides as much insight into her policy leanings as anything uncovered since she was […]

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Sarah “Barracuda” Palin

September 2, 2008 by Staff

One Alaskan’s view of the GOP Nominee for Vice President who wishes to remain anonymous. From the Comments Section of the Washington Independent ABOUT SARAH PALIN I am a resident of Wasilla, Alaska. I have known Sarah since 1992. Everyone here knows Sarah, so it is nothing special to say we are on a first-name […]

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Sarah Palin is Spiro Agnew

August 29, 2008 by Staff

by Jonathan Singer / MyDD / Fri Aug 29, 2008 at 11:27:57 AM EST It has been forty years since someone as inexperienced as Sarah Palin has been put on a national ticket, and surprisingly enough there are some real similarities between Palin and her unprepared predecessor, Spiro T. Agnew, who also had been governor […]

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Lord help us all, Sarah Palin is the VP pick

August 29, 2008 by Staff

Celtic Diva’s Blue Oasis / Friday August 29, 2008 It’s official. For all of those who need more information about Sarah and her scandals, I have written extensively on the issue. The link to those posts is HERE. I will be doing a lot more writing on all of this but that reading should tide […]

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