Palin – just finished reading her rant on Facebook about ESPN. Knew this lady was an idiot from the jokes of her past, but this is a new low. She’s irrelevant and honestly, I believe that every decision she makes now is to a) try to take the spotlight off her daughter and b) keep herself in the limelight for just that much longer so that the brainwashed will continue to pay her for public talks and whatever else it is she does.
Trump – for what it’s worth, I couldn’t take him seriously before, and now I’m totally lost about why he can be “leading” this race for president. Don’t get me wrong, I love the fact that in theory he doesn’t need the PAC money and is willing to put his own money where his mouth is (well, was willing anyway), but success in business or not it’s difficult to imagine that foreigners are going to take him seriously after all the comical campaigning and his past television presence. Oh boy, I’m already thinking this can’t end well.
So there you have it, two people to consider and so much yet to come.
I’m not even sure how a normal American could comfortably say “I’m blacker than Barack Obama,” but to hear those words come from a seasoned, albeit scandalous politician is mind-boggling. That’s right – he’s done it again – Rod Blagojevich has shown his lack of intelligence one more time, in an interview on WLS Radio in Chicago, he claimed to be speaking “metaphorically” when “expressing frustration that the policies of this new administration still haven’t really been focusing on the great deal of inequities we have in our society.” Sounds like he’s covering his ass in preparation for a prison term.
He does on to say that Obama was elected on hope, and apparently his qualifications, public personality, and ability to hold his own in debate (not to mention Sarah Palin is an idiot) had nothing to do with it.
“I’m blacker than Barack Obama. I shined shoes. I grew up in a five-room apartment. My father had a little laundromat in a black community not far from where we lived,” Blagojevich said. “I saw it all growing up.”
The blubbering idiot continued along while trying – too late – to cement his point, but the damage has been done. I’m not sure when this fools twenty-minutes of fame are going to be up, but I think that time has passed and it is definitely time for him to move on and accept that the people have seen enough – shut up and move along.
Here is my message to all Americans – you may not like him as an individual, or the policies that he is trying to put into place, but he is your President, and you damn well should respect him. He’s earned that.
After listening to people like Shanneen Barron, as she talked with CNN Affiliate KMGH-TV in Denver, I was forced to question what America has come to. Barron was quoted as saying, about President Obama’s desire to speak to American school children, that “thinking about my kids in school having to listen to that [President Obama talking about education] just really upsets me. I’m an American. They are Americans, and I don’t feel that’s OK. I feel very scared to be in this country with our leadership right now.” Read more
Jack Cafferty questions Palin’s qualifications to be vice president. Not a positive spin on what to most hasn’t been an overly positive outcome for John McCain since selecting Sarah Palin as his running mate. See his secondary response after the jump…