Wednesday, October 08, 2008

She talk pretty

It's relevant to connect that association he has with Ayers, not so much he as a person Ayers, but the whole situation and the truthfulness and the judgment there that you must question if again he's not being forthright in all of his answers," Palin said. "It makes you wonder about the forthrightness, the truthfulness of the plans he's telling Americans with regards to the economic recovery. --from HuffPo.


Velvet Fog said...

Now lets you just drop them pants.

swine said...

grammar? syntax? fuck that, now git off mah property for I'm a open fire on yer elitist ass. yeeeeeehaaaw!

Dudesworthy said...

I still don't get why the Republicans think that linking Obama to this Ayer guy is going to destroy Obama.

Obama sat on a charity board with Bill Ayer who was, at one point, a member of a terrorist organisation, but who is now a Professor at the University of Illinois and furthermore, is apparently considered trustworthy enough to sit on the boards of charities with US Senators and the like.

I mean gee whizz! That Bill Ayer sounds exactly like what I imagine a hardened terrorist to be!

Yes, I bet that all terrorists have degrees and doctorates and professorships and I bet that they all regularly donate their time to charity. In fact, I bet that old Osama Bin Laden is sat down in his cave right now studying for a doctorate in sociology or something, because that is exactly how hardened international terrorists who want to destroy America spend their time.

I mean, have they even looked at what Ayer did?

He blew up some statues, then ineptly blew up some of his fellow radicals and finally denoted a two pound bomb near the Pentagon killing no-one. There were no fatalities from Ayer's bombings.

Terrorists who don't actually kill anyone aren't really that scary and what's more terrorists who retire and become University Professors are really not scary.

Zen Wizard said...

Well--that WAS much more decipherable than some of the "earmarks" on the Bailout Bill.

B.E. Earl said...

Truthfulnessly, this argument is so fucking stupid from Palin. Especially since her husband is "pallin' around" with secessionists.

They hate America, dontcha know! You betcha!

Helen Mansfield said...

Yes indeed. Truthfulness from Palin. The gal who claims she told Congress "Thanks, but no thanks to the Bridge to Nowhere" money, which would imply she did not accept that money.

She did accept the money, though she spent it on something else.

Trée said...

I would still nail her, with prejudice, but no k-y.