No Worse Person to Lead

Governor Sarah Palin has got to be the recent political world’s biggest scam artist. She has certainly risen to her level of incompetence. For example, I present a quote, concerning the Federal Bailout and her opposition to…something about it (I’m not sure exactly what she’s opposing).


Palin said that a “bigger federal government and more unfunded mandates hurt the economy and our states.”

Now, this quote isn’t directly in reference to the Bailout, but it’s linked closely enough that I feel she’s being evilly disingenuous. Going from the one of the largest government-funded programs in one sentence (signed by a Republican President!) to medicare and her other “unfunded mandates” in the next shows how valueless she is as a national leader.

I fear that we will be seeing more of her, unless she manages to step on her crank so hard that Alaskans decide she’s unworthy. My great hope is that her obvious worthlessness will become obvious to a greater percentage of people over the next few years and that the Republican party will deep-six her in self defense.

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3 Responses to No Worse Person to Lead

  1. James Cronen says:

    I think Sarah Palin’s politically savvy enough to recognize this is her big chance, and she’s just throwing out soundbites so long as people are willing to listen.

    But, the clock of fame ticks ever upwards… 14:57… 14:58… 14:59…

  2. Jeff says:

    Every time something new comes out of her mouth I’m more and more insulted. Today in a speech to Republican Governors’ meeting she said in the same speech that we need to forget the past, move on from the campaign, then that Obama’s relationship with Ayers needs to be investigated.

    Somebody, please, please make her go away.

  3. Ken says:

    I’m guessing that this is her 15 minutes of fame and she knows it. No one outside of Alaska heard about her 6 months ago, and people will barely remember her 6 months from now.

    I’m guessing (hoping) that she’ll be a glimmer in 2 years and forgotten in four… unless Fox News makes her a job offer?

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