Tag Archives: Sarah Palin
Does Palin really have jury duty? Damned if I know. But if she’s telling the truth about jury duty, she’s also telling the truth about how long her schedule is affected by it: 30 days at minimum. Continue reading
Over the past month I’ve been keeping track of news about Sarah Palin in order to brief those people who had accepted the Dana Milbank challenge, so that they could catch up quickly & easily when February came to a close.
The difference between Pres. Obama & Sarah Palin yesterday: obvious, & much commented upon. Queensland Premier Anna Bligh presents another example of what leadership really looks like. And what ex-Governor Palin never gave us.
George’s latte special board was drawn for yesterday (Black Friday, the traditional consumerist post-Thanksgiving shopping day), but his rendition of Frankenstein & American consumerism was so good that Deb left it up today, too. Or maybe George just didn’t have … Continue reading
The Daily Tweets 2010-11-10: #AKSen vote count proving it’s not “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” no matter what she calls her crappy reality show.
Today was the first day of counting write-in ballots in the Alaska U.S. Senate race, which is now (Scott McAdams having conceded) between incumbent Senator Lisa Murkowki, the write-in candidate, and Sarah Palin’s favorite Joe Miller. Meantime, we’ve been hearing … Continue reading
Election night Tweets 2010-11-02: Alas, poor Yorick, we now foster hope write-in voters spell’d abhorr’d Murkowski’s name right. Our gorges rise.
Tonight was not your night, Scott, but there will be other nights! You were the only candidate w/ class & grace in this year’s AKSEN race. (And other tweets more funny.)
Is it really a good thing to be complimented for “courage” by a blogger at the Conservatives for Palin website? Well, mainly it’s a lot of work. It’s nice to be called courageous, sure, but even better is to be represented honestly and in context.
A classic example of an apology that is not an apology, however much its author tried to make it into one.
My annual birthday present: getting off work in February to find some light still in the sky. And a whole bunch of other tweets.
Okay, so we don’t like Sarah Palin or her political views. But does that mean it’s good for us or the nation for us to exercise our free speech through namecalling & insults?