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Sweetheart of the Rodeo

Postby Coondog » 2011 Mar 30 11:50

Sarah Palin Wonders Aloud if Libya Action is a "Squirmish"
crooksandliars.com wrote:Whether by design or accident, she never fails to drop some tidbit that sends the idiocy scale off the charts. Called in by Fox News to deconstruct President Obama's speech, she wonders aloud whether the Libya action is a war, an intervention or a "squirmish".
Idiocy, say you? I would submit that, whether by design or accident, she may, for once, have stumbled upon some iota of truth.

According to the Urban Dictionary: Squirmish.

  1. A verbal stoush between two or more parties that is so petty, pointless, misinformed or ill-conceived that it makes witnesses wince with embarrassment, or so uncomfortable that they don't know where to look.
  2. physically manifesting an emotional reaction to something perceived as disgusting; recoiling uncomfortably from something perceived as offensive; combination of squirmy and squeamish
  3. n) A squirmy skirmish, as in a tickle fight
"Are we at war? I haven’t heard the president say that we are at war. And that’s why I too [don’t know] do we use the term intervention, do we use war, do we use squirmish?” -- Sarah Palin
I'm beginning to understand why an army of fascinated Palintologists follow her like rabid lemmings, scribbling and twittering her every utterance.

And a child shall lead them.......

Was this simply another comic mispronunciation, or is Palin subtly exposing her wider range of brilliance by employing obscure street lingo to accurately describe the Lybian conflict in terms elusive to virtually everyone else on the planet?

We can advance assumptions based on past performance, but after careful scrutiny, we still don't know. Therein lies the mystery (and bafflement) that often serves to elevate the bland and blase to heights of mythological greatness.
Well played, Sarah Palin. Well played.
Richard Roeper - Chicago Sun-Times

And now, something completely different.................

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Re: Sweetheart of the Rodeo

Postby Juggler » 2011 Mar 30 19:47

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An empty tea cup for Sarah

Postby Coondog » 2011 Mar 31 14:25

Continuing Revolution Rally
When: Thursday, March 31, 2011 at 12pm

Robert A. Taft Memorial, Washington, DC (North West of the Capitol Building, Directly West of Upper Senate Park).

Confirmed Speakers:
Tea Party Patriots Co-Founder Jenny Beth Martin,Rep Mike Pence (IN), Rep. Michele Bachmann (MN), Rep. Steve King (IA), Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX), Rep. Raul Labrador (ID), Rep. Joe Walsh (IL), Rep. Ted Poe (TX), Rep. Allen West (FL) Rep. Jim Jordan (OH), Rep. Tom Graves (GA), Andrew Langer, President of The Institute for Liberty, Colin Hanna, Founder of Let Freedom Ring, NY Times Best Selling Author and Commentator Dick Morris


Missing from this list of non-partisans is our Seward's Folley Sweetheart. Whether she has a scheduling conflict, or has lost favor among the ranks.....or they just won't pay her enough, her absence perpetuates the ever evolving mystery that is Sarah!

I wonder if the recent silence from our own resident Tea Party enthusiasts means they're up there in the nation's capitol waving plackards and freezing their butts off???? Or,like Sarah, are they just laying low?

I kind of miss 'em!

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Re: Sweetheart of the Rodeo

Postby Amy Probenski » 2011 Mar 31 16:53

Silly Sarah is focused like a laser on dollars, as many as possible before the vein she's tapped into is exhausted. That will be soon.

Coy public flirtations with public office are purely for positioning her product in speaker/bookseller/reality TV outlets.

It will soon become clear, even to the idiots who support her, that she has no intention of actually running. Or, if she did, she would be knocked flat faster than you can say "Grizzly!"

They'll then find another idiot and move on to champion that one.
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Body Double

Postby Coondog » 2011 Mar 31 19:12

Sarah's understudy, Michelle Bachmann, seems to be taking up the slack.

Now, there's a republican tongue wagger who actually finished out an elected term or two. But, Michelle isn't just amusingly daft....that woman is downright creepy. Sometimes I wake up in the night with that unsettling feeling she's actually lurking over in the dark corner by my water bowl whispering, "Braaaaaains! Must have Braaaaains!."

Puts me right off my Snausages!

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P.S. This is not about women. Coondog loves women. This is about things that go bump-wink in the night!
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Re: Sweetheart of the Rodeo

Postby Neck-aint-red » 2012 Aug 29 23:31

Poor Sarah, now just another pretty face deserted by a cruel and fickle Fox News.

She was flashy enough to get Roger Ailes to overlook her monumental stupidity, but he's found a new floozy who just cannot face a reminder of silly-Sarah on what is now his propaganda organ.

Hmmm ... maybe Roger is re-thinking his same-sex aversion.
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Re: Sweetheart of the Rodeo

Postby Coondog » 2014 Oct 14 16:26

Trailer Park Heroes

Washington (CNN) -- Nobody is being charged in a drunken brawl that involved a white limousine full of members of Sarah Palin's family, police in Alaska said Thursday.

But it sure sounds like things got out of hand, with the host of the September house party where it all happened saying the Palins got into a fight they "ended up losing."

The Anchorage Police Department released a report that includes more than two pages of details about the brawl, which happened after the former GOP vice presidential nominee's family and friends showed up at another friend's party. It details accusations that Bristol Palin punched the host in the face repeatedly, that Track Palin tried to start a fight with his father and more.

Here are some of the details -- wildly different, depending on who's offering the information -- that Officer John Daily submitted in his official report:

1. When he arrived, a shirtless, "heavily intoxicated" and "belligerent at first" Track Palin, Sarah Palin's adult son, was about to step into a white limousine with his parents, Sarah and Todd. They'd all been at the party at Korey Klingenmeyer's house.

2. Track told the officer some guys were "talking rudely" to his sisters and making them cry. So he stuck up for them. When one of his friends, identified only as Steven, got punched by one of the allegedly rude guys, the fight started. Todd said that's when "everything escalated and it was a situation they couldn't walk away from."

3. Bristol Palin ended up on the ground during the fight. The Palin family said that's because Klingenmeyer knocked her down.

4. Klingenmeyer offered a different version of the story. He told the officer he wanted to press charges against Bristol, who he said had told him "he doesn't own this place and that she will kick his a--." after he tried to stop her from fighting. Then, Klingenmeyer said, Bristol hit him. He said she could "hit him again if it makes her feel better and she does." After six or so "pretty hard" punches, he said he grabbed her fist and Bristol fell down. "At that time," the officer reported, "he said several guys from the party stepped in to help him and a fight broke out and the Palins ended up losing."

5. Bristol "appeared heavily intoxicated and upset," and explained that Klingenmeyer "had drug her across the lawn by her legs and was calling her a [expletive deleted] and a slut." She explained that another girl at the party had hit one of her sisters, Willow Palin, and said that's how things got started.

6. Track left the fight with a bloody mouth and injuries under his left eye and on his left elbow. Bristol had some dirt on her knees. Klingenmeyer "stated his face felt swollen," but there weren't any "obvious injuries."

The Palin family wouldn't comment Thursday on the report and the decision not to charge any of the brawl's participants.

But Sarah Palin did defend her daughter Bristol in a Sept. 19 Facebook post.

"I love my Bristol!" she wrote. "My straight-shooter is one of the strongest young women you'll ever meet. I have to say this as a proud mama: right up there with their work ethic and heart for those less fortunate, my kids' defense of family makes my heart soar!

"As you can imagine, they and my extended family have experienced so many things (liberal media-driven) that may have crushed others without a strong foundation of faith, and I'm thankful for our friends' prayer shield that surrounds them, allowing faith to remain their anchor."

It appears the "prayer shield" is a bit thin around Track's lip and eye.

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Re: Sweetheart of the Rodeo

Postby Kevsky » 2014 Oct 22 18:59

Since the theme has altered from attacking Sarah Palin to attacking members of her family. Let me interject some really newsworthy family trash.

Joe Biden's Crackhead Son
Joe Biden's Daughter Obstrucing The Law
Joe Biden's Crackhead Daughter

His drug abuse was certainly no surprise to the Navy, which issued him a waiver for a previous drug offense before commissioning him as a public affairs officer at the age of 43. The Navy also bent over backward a second time with an age waiver so he could secure the cushy part-time job.

Papa Biden loves to tout his middle-class, "Average Joe" credentials. But rest assured, if his son had been "Hunter Smith" or "Hunter Jones" or "Hunter Brown," the Navy's extraordinary dispensations would be all but unattainable. Oh, and if he had been "Hunter Palin," The New York Times would be on its 50th front-page investigative report by now.
Meanwhile, Just Like You Joe was whipping up class envy in South Carolina last week. "Corporate profits have soared," he railed, thanks to "these guys running hedge funds in New York," who are to blame for "income inequality." You know, like his son and brother and their Beltway back-scratching patrons.

The Bidens: They're not like us
Preferential Treatment? Would the average citizen get the same opportunity? Nepotism maybe?

Typical hypocrisy. Criticizing corporate greed while his family lives an entitled and privileged life, courtesy of the corporations.

But hey, lets beat up on the woman, Sarah Palin. How dare a woman have independent thought. How dare a woman have ideas and beliefs contrary to liberal ideology. Lets shame her and her family. Lets drag her through the mud. Lets villify her and stereotype her as a right-wing radical. Hell, lets burn her at the stake. Can't have those women getting uppity, now can we?
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War on Women

Postby Crux » 2014 Oct 22 20:22

The war, if there is one, is a war on CONSERVATIVE women. Speaking of WEALTH and PRIVILEGE and generational WEALTH, versus the common man,
witness the race for governor in Wisconsin. Scott Walker, ABLE and EFFECTIVE republican governor never graduated from college, and his opponent???

Democrat challenger is RICH RICH RICH. She was BORN into wealth. Remember the line about George Bush born with a silver spoon in his mouth?
The double standard hypocritical crap that flows constantly from so-called liberals is farcical. Like the "wealth gap", Democrats like Pelosi disgust.

http://host.madison.com/news/local/writ ... 963f4.html

Don't get me wrong, I'm not bashing wealth, or Burke for being rich. I could care less, but I am chastising the double standard and Progressive schtick.
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Re: Sweetheart of the Rodeo

Postby Wise One » 2014 Oct 23 00:44


There is no war on conservative women, but I concede there is a war on stupid and evil people, whether they be male or female.

I'm at war with Silly Sarah and Muddleheaded Michele because they are dumb, dishonest, and malevolent. I'm at peace with Peggy Noonan, although I frequently disagree with her opinions, because she has a head on her shoulders rather than up her ass.

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Postby Crux » 2014 Oct 23 07:37

Are you equally outraged at Pelosi, Wasserman Shultz, and Jackson Lee? No. I didn't think so. What you really demonstrate is meanness.
Moodiness. Foul mouthed anger. I am not feeling love, tolerance or basic human kindness let alone honesty...
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Re: Sweetheart of the Rodeo

Postby Wise One » 2014 Oct 23 10:36

Outrage? No, of course not. The first two are admirable women of accomplishment, courage and distinction.

The latter I'd never heard of, did a little research, and find she's probably mostly OK, although I probably wouldn't want to work for her.

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Kids Today

Postby Coondog » 2014 Oct 23 10:49

There is serious doubt that Joe Biden is complicit in his family's unfortunate habitual proclivities. It's not as if he has a
reality show to spotlight the failings of his progeny.

Lets villify her and stereotype her as a right-wing radical. Hell, lets burn her at the stake.

Burn Sarah? One thinks not! The woman has unlimited capacity to entertain. As with a gruesome, bloody roadside catastrophe, it's difficult to look away.
A finer example of true conservative family values, intellectual deficiency and rampant egomania is seldom found in nature.

Kids, though, will be kids. Joe's kids and Sarah's kids are not atypical in their tendency to adopt the less admirable aspects of their environment.
But, when it comes to character, whether one embraces their behavioral shortfalls as some kind of badge of honor or recognizes them for what they are makes all the difference.

A true publicity hound doesn't care, as long as the cameras keep rolling.

One might argue that, when it comes to entertainment value as stand-up comedians. Joe and Sarah are on a par. But, no! As amusing as Joe is, he at least doesn't do it on purpose.

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Lampoon Thyself

Postby Crux » 2014 Oct 23 20:42

Wise One wrote: The first two are admirable women of accomplishment, courage and distinction.

The latter...probably mostly OK...

I think Michele Bachman, I assume you meant her, and Sarah Palin, are both women of accomplishment, courage and distinction too. As for "admirable",
that is an assessment largely based on one's political perspective, as I read the criticism. We differ on political philosophy and I get that. :coffee:

The way the Left BASHES and engages in character assassination of conservative women is very different from what I see coming from Right to Left.

For example here my opposition has used adjectives like silly, dumb, muddleheaded, malevolent, stupid, trailer park, daft, creepy, idiotic, and on and on.

This is the level of demeaning attack on these accomplished, smart conservative women! The wickedly partisan Left proves my point continuously.

We ONLY need to recall the way Palin was savaged on SNL! There is no equivalency...
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