HOCKEY MOM PITBULL V. BULLDOG BIDEN

It’s a dog-eat-dog world these days it seems, and when a presidential candidate throws down with, “You can actually see Russia, from land, here,” you should know you’re dealing with a Hockey-momming pitbull in lipstick.

HOCKEY MOM PITBULL V. BULLDOG BIDEN

What are some other supreme court decisions you disagree with?

“Hmm; Well;  Let’s see; there’s huhhhhh, in the great history of America there have been rulings that um, there’s never gonna be, absolute consensus by every American, and uh, there er those issues again, like Roe V. Wade where I believe are best held on a state level and addressed there, so, ah, ya know, goin’ through the history of,  America there there would be others, but um. . .

Can you think of any?

“Oh, I would think of any again, that could be best dealt with on a more local level, maybe I would take issue with, hhha ya know as a mayor and then as a governer, and, even as a vice president, if I’m so privileged, to serve, in a position of changing those things, but in supporting the law of the land, as it as it [sic] reads taday.”

No, this isn’t from the VEEP debate tonight, it’s from yesterday’s continuing unraveling of the Couric interview, which may turn out to have been a jarring prelude to the most publicly embarrassing performance Bulldog Joe Sarah Palin will ever produce. It’s safe to say that Sarah Palin does not carry around court case decisions in her head like a six pack of Budweiser on her hip;  only statesmen trained in the traditions of the nation’s progress through the evolution of law learn to do silly things like that. But in her defense, Sarah points out that someone like her who represents “Joe Six-pack” has caught the Librul Elite off guard . . . she thinks “they’re prrrity ticked off,” too.

Sadly, no. (H/T sadlyno.com)  They’re incredulous. Flabbergasted.  Shocked that Sarah Palin is everything we’ve come to expect from the Wasilla school system. The good news is six-in-ten Americans simply cannot believe their ears. The bad news, what on earth do the other four-in-ten Americans use their ears for?

And Joe?

Don’t worry about him.

He’s a bulldog.

6 Comments

  1. Hi Sherry,
    In a couple words, “Fear not.” 😉 All the nonsense about letting “Sarah be Sarah” will still prove her to be unqualified for the office for which McCain says she’s qualified, to intelligent, honest thinkers.

    The people who think Miss Teen South Carolina’s answer was just fine, will finish their six-pack before the debate is over and think she did just fine, too. There’s only one defense against such ignorance and that’s the informing that part of the electorate that’s willing to grow and change their views. We must work, hope, and pray that we’ve reached enough of them to prevent the theft of a third election.

    The “Most Highs” rule the “kingdoms of men,” and on November 4th, we’ll have evidence for that one way or another. If she wins along with McCain— stolen or not— our fall from grace has not hit bottom, and the inevitable consequences of ignoring the need for constant vigilance of our democracy will continue to fall on our heads. If however— and you know I believe this to be a new day dawning— Obama is elected, we can begin a clawing back from the abyss DickBush has led us to, and find our souls and selves renewed like never before.

    Let’s never give up that HOPE, and let’s always live in Divine Expectation!

  2. My fear is that she will take an entirely different tack and just be cute and sarcastic with Joe. And I fear more that Ifell will not follow up and push her to actually discuss issues. I’m never a very good predictor on these things, so I hope I am wrong.

  3. The Urban Dictionary defines “hooplehead” as:

    a member of the ignorant masses; an uneducated commoner; an idiot. word popularized by HBO’s “Deadwood.”

    Check yur local gunshop for the flagpins.

  4. BlueNose

    Bob Cesca at HP summs it up “prrrity” well:

    “Sarah Palin. . . is, by all indications, a bonafide hooplehead — so dangerously out of her depth and so delusional — perhaps blinded by ambition — that she is in total denial about the real-world ramifications of her ineptitude. Instead, she’s excusing her embarrassing television interviews and farcical candidacy as an historical breakthrough for “normal Joe Six-pack Americans.”

    Where can I git me some of them flagpins?

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