Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Palin is a FRAUD, I tried to tell you.




Awww, the pit bull hiding behind the big dogs of a party that she despised just two years ago. Sarah's handlers tout, she won't be barking unless the rest of the pack treats her nice? Yeah, she's all ready for the world stage on Day One. yelp yelp, wimper wimper

Notice to America: Talk is sooooo cheap - Actions speak louder than words

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At September 9, 2008 at 11:23 AM , Blogger Elena said...

We linked to this blog in our post "Why Sarah Palin is Bad for American Women" at the CA NOW blog: http://www.canow.org/canoworg/2008/09/why-sarah-palin.html

 
At September 9, 2008 at 5:59 PM , Blogger akblogit said...

She is not popular with Philip Stephens in the Financial Times either. Her speech was “not as good as the gush suggested”, he writes.

British newspapers were not fooled either by the “potent mixture of the homely and the daring”.

“Her teeth had not only been whitened, but sharpened, the better to sink into Barack Obama,” Billen in the Times writes.

Maddox describes Palin’s overall effect as “bullying”.

“You would not want to be on the Parent Teacher Association with her,” she observes.

“Her sarcasm was plain nasty. Mrs Palin portrays herself as the innocent outsider but she is a very worldly queen of her domain.”

The Guardian’s Kettle writes: “Palin can certainly attack. But will either male or female voters want a long-term relationship with a political dominatrix from the Arctic?”

Kettle warns against pumping up Palin’s profile too much.

He says the media had initially underestimated her, but the danger after her barnstorming speech on Wednesday is that it will now overestimate her.

“This isn’t a movie. This isn’t Geena Davis in Commander in Chief. It isn’t Jane Horrocks in The Amazing Mrs Pritchard.”

“Palin is one important factor among several in this election, and the real challenge, especially here in the eye of the storm, is get her into some perspective.”

 

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