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Saturday, September 27, 2008

Where in the World is Sarah Palin?

The traditional job of vice presidential candidates is to act as a media "pit bull", unleashed upon the press to defend and expand on the presidential candidate's message.

In the hours following a presidential debate, no better opportunity presents itself for the potential VP to hit the circuit and show their stuff, which Joe Biden did in numerous outlets.

But where was Sarah Palin?

With the exception of her showing up at a bar in Philly, I've not been able to find one instance of her appearing anywhere in the media (please correct me if I have missed something)!

Has she been muzzled after her disastrous interviews with Katie Couric?

Is it moose skinning season in Alaska?

Speaking of missing candidates, here is more of Letterman's comedic musings on McCain's failure to appear on his show:

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

Sarah palin is busy cramming for the debates.

America will finally see what an average student who attended many colleges can learn in a few weeks.

People will see how unqualified Palin really is, but with the constant dumbing down of America many will be enamored by her looks and small town values.

The funny thing is as I travel the country I see an abundance of bars and alcoholics in small towns, I guess this is Sarah's demographic (drunk loney men). I know Higby is lonely and infactuated with the ex-beauty queen, does Higby also drink heavily?

September 27, 2008 7:15 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

God, that woman is a sexy MILF.

Smart, sexy, and under the Dems' skin. She has MY vote.

September 27, 2008 7:31 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

7:31, That's because you don't know anything about foreign policy either.

September 27, 2008 7:46 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I think Obama's an egotistical, inexperienced and shallow jerk who can give better speeches and pander.

But Palin believes man walked with dinosaurs within the last 5-6 thousand years. She opposes abortion even in cases of rape, and wouldn't give other women the choice to abort a Downs syndrome baby. (The odds of one over 40 are high.) The woman scares me.

September 27, 2008 9:55 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I just know what's sexy, and you don't. If you don't have a thing for MILF's, you might as well go play with yourself.

September 27, 2008 10:15 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

"...you might as well go play with yourself."

Okay, so I'll grant that you're probably an expert in that...

September 27, 2008 10:51 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Oooh, great comeback.

The woman appeals to a lot of people who don't have the same views on things that we here in L.A. have. Not everyone believes in abortion. Not everyone believes that Biden should have been chosen, includng BIDEN.

And not everyone believes in the destruction of Israel, including those of us who feel that Ahmedinejad should be given a chance to speak with the president.

Not everyone believes in big government, or that health insurance is a birth right.

Not everyone believes this is a socialist state.

Too many people are looking for a handout, rather than a hand up.

You can have the last word on this, since I've made the points that are most important to me.

I'm not voting for McCain Palin because I think she's good looking. I don't think she is. And I'm not voting based on the vice president. I'm voting for the presidential candidate who is going to protect us better than the other from terrorism, and who will not try to handcuff Israel.

I'm also pro-life, but respect your opinion to feel otherwise. It is foolhearty to focus endlessly on sarah palin instead of on John McCain. But do what you gotta do.

September 27, 2008 11:30 PM  

Anonymous what is socialism said:

Not everyone believes in big government, or that health insurance is a birth right.

Not everyone believes this is a socialist state.

Too many people are looking for a handout, rather than a hand up.


Too Bad Wall Street thinks this is a socialist state when it needs the goverment to cover it's losses. Capitalism for profits and socialism for losses.

I would rather spend $800 billion dollars for health care for any kid in school than welfare for Walls Street corporations.

I don't want America to look like Africa and India where sick kids are left on the street. But I wouldn't mind if a greedy Wall Street CEO had to find a new job to continute his million dollar life-style.

September 28, 2008 1:08 AM  

Anonymous One Who Knows said:

Has anybody checked with Wasilla? She does live there, you know.

Or, try the Governor's mansion in Alaska.

Wherever she is, she's working hard on being ready for Thursday night's debate.

Bet on it.

September 28, 2008 1:52 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Well, I think Palin has it over a Senator who has ONLY spent 148 days in the Senate and ONLY votes "present" on issues and has not had a billed passed soley with his name. As a Govenor Palin was making decisions on a daily basis and Alaska isn't going broke!
Does that appear to be a wash?

Personally, I'd like to opt out on this race and have a fresh start.

September 28, 2008 3:20 AM  

Blogger don quixote said:

Rumor has it that after Palin completed her international leaders of the world (but only the nice ones), 3 day cram jam, which concluded with an all nighter and Henry Kissinger being updated on the intricacies of hunting Moose during the rutting season.
Supposedly Kissinger (who stated that Palin was the ultimate aphrodisiac), was so fascinated by the Bull Moose hunt that he and Palin are doing further research at Kissinger's home at the Thunderbird Country Club, Rancho Mirage Ca.

September 28, 2008 8:50 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

What you don't understand, 11:30, is that the terrorists already won. If you think anyone is "protecting" you from terrorism, guess again. Pre-9/11, we were already heading into a recession. Post 9/11, Bush loosened the credit market and then declared war on Iraq. Cost of the war: about a trillion. Cost of the financial bailout: about a trillion. The intent was always to hit us where it hurt most; right in the finances. Why do you think they bombed the World Trade Center instead of Disneyland?

September 28, 2008 8:50 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Having some trouble making a decision here. Who's the more adept political analyst: JoeBee or Don Quixote?

September 28, 2008 11:29 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

11:30 PM (not 10:30) is the most pathetic "support" of Palin I can imagine. The woman is stupid and believes she and her kind have the obligation to tell others we don't have the right to abort babies for ourselves or our kids if they feel strongly they must.
She believes man walked with dinosaurs in the near past, within the last 5-6000 years, and we should spend money teaching "New Earth creationism" in our schools. She never bothered to get a passport until last year when she HAD to travel abroad in her role as Governor, took 6 years to muddle through 5 colleges and is dumber than a doorknob.

You argue people don't have a right to healthcare -- which means even kids to shots that protect the whole community, or other basic care (even McCain believes in tax credits to make healthcare more affordable -- argue that illegals should be exempted since they can get it in their home countries, but don't deny it to citizens!).

You argue that Ahmadenijad has the right to sit down with our President, but even McCain doesn't believe that, just lower-level talks as he made clear again in the debate. Learn your candidate's views, at least.

If you think that the Republicans have made the world safer from terrorism, you're a fool like Bush. He ran in and invaded the wrong country -- Al Qaeda was based in Afghanistan on the mountainous border with Pakistan, where they still are. Belatedly realizing this, Bush is trying to bomb them out now even within the borders of Pakistan, and they're shooting down our choppers now that Musharef is out -- we've spent some $10 billion/year in aid to Pakistan to buy their support, but the people still hate us, and Musharaf couldn't block anti- American dissent any longer. The Pakistanis hate America for bringing the Al Qaeda/ extreminst war to their country, like we've brought it to Iraq. (Yes, Saddam was a bastard and denied due process to Al Qaeda fanatics, he and his sons and henchmen abused their power and civilians, too, but blowing up the country as Bush did was like Palin hunting squirrels in a public park with a moose gun.)

Worst of all, Bush/Cheney have taken away OUR freedoms, and given Al Qaeda their real victory. We are spied on, humiliated at airports, yet can't find Bin Laden. But he can track every one of US on the net with our stupid "freedom of information" laws posting all our personal data, DOB and parent names, birth certificates, property records, unlisted phones and addresses.

When the Brits were bombed in WWII and infiltrated by Nazis, Russian Communists and every subversive, they made a conscious decision NOT to give up their freedoms but to take their chances -- that's how they really won their wars. Unlike the cowardly Bush/Cheney method.

You Palin advocates have made a novice, egomaniac, smooth talking empty suit like Obama look great.

September 28, 2008 12:39 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Please somebody inform don quackers that his humor suffers from fractuous delivery, that his ego taints most of the content, and what remains is spoiled. Like bad cheese- it stinks!

September 28, 2008 1:01 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

8:44 THANK YOU!!!!!!

I wasn't born here, but I'm now a citizen since '63... I don't have insurance and health care providers are telling me I should apply for Medi-cal.... NO THANK YOU.. I was asked why,, TOO PROUD?.. I guess I am.. I'm proud to be an american and pay my own dues...

These illegals get it all and I have always strived to do what I can for myself and not expect a "hand out" because that's how my parents raised me. NEVER !!!

Very well said. Again, Thank You..

September 28, 2008 2:29 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Latest Gallup Poll (for Haiku):


Obama up 50-42. That's 8 points for those that can't do math.

September 28, 2008 3:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

But, outside of that, what do you really think about on Quackers?

Don't hold back...

September 28, 2008 3:42 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I agree with comment at 1:01PM Don Quackers does stink the only thing which smells worse is the V.P. nomination of a beauty queen.

I smell humiliation when Palin debates Biden in front of millions watching in front of T.V.

Don Quackers should stick to telling stories about his abuelita's huevos rancheros.

September 28, 2008 4:02 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

"cheese and quackers"? lol

September 28, 2008 5:57 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


I could not agree more with your political statements. I believe you're spot on. My only question is: Is there such a thing as a moose gun?

September 28, 2008 6:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Sarah did a poor job of explaining the point that as Govenor she had direct dealings with Russia mainly trade and that she is th Commander Of the National Guard who intercepts the Russian fly overs. The real story is what a CUNT Curic throughout this interview.

September 28, 2008 9:06 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The National Guard intercepts Russian flyovers?

I don't think so. We don't want Governors and Barney Fife's engaging in this level of political and military matters.

And how many flyovers did her troops intercept?

Probably about as many boat loads of Chinese soliders as Governor Gerry Brown's National Guard intercepted before they could get past Santa Cruz.

September 29, 2008 6:49 PM  

Anonymous guess who? said:

5:57 - no, it's not "cheese and quackers," just gees and quackers. Think of it, DQ can be compared favorably to a turnip - he should have been buried underground long ago, just as the newly dead currently are.

September 29, 2008 9:04 PM  

Anonymous g said:


September 30, 2008 2:16 PM  

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