Sunday, July 26, 2009

Farewell to the Woman Who Thought Africa Was a Country

In a move reminiscent of Richard Nixon's "You won't have Nixon to kick around anymore" speech, Sarah Palin is to leave office as Alaska's governor today. While the reasons are still unclear, one thing is certain: we won't have the woman who didn't know Africa is a continent, not a country, to kick around anymore.

Many feel that Sarah Palin hurt the GOP during her VP run last year, particularly her interview with Katie Couric, which seem to present her as a ... well, idiot. Not being able to name anything she read regularly, thinking she had foreign policy experience because Russia is (relatively) close to Alaska, and out-and-out lying about not supporting the Bridge to Nowhere (which she did, at first) didn't help her.

Sarah Palin announced her resignation on July 3rd with 18 months of her term still left. While her future remains cloudy, a run at the 2012 GOP presidential ticket is an obvious possible goal.

While Sarah Palin said she was leaving office for the good of Alaska, because the the ethics complaints (which continue to surface) against her had become a distraction, others, including Levi Johnston, the father of daughter Bristol Palin's son, have pointed to a possible and lucrative post-gubernatorial career, including speaking, books, and more.

In terms of the ethics complaints, Sarah Palin has said it has cost Alaska more than $2 million to investigate the claims.

Lt. Governor Sean Parnell will take office after a Sunday afternoon picnic ceremony. Sarah Palin's first stop will be the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, CA. She is scheduled to speak at the library on Aug. 8. After that, who knows?
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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

PALIN MAY OR MAY NOT BE A SHADY CHARACTER.

IT IS GOOD TO SEE PALIN GO.
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SCANDALS! SCANDALS! SCANDALS!

DANGER! DANGER! DANGER!

GEORGE W. BUSH IS AN EXTREMELY DANGEROUS CRIMINAL STALKER AND SERIAL KILLER!

“In her suit, Margie Schoedinger states that George W. Bush committed sexual crimes against her, organized harassment and moral pressure on her, her family members and close relatives and friends. As Schoedinger said, she was strongly recommended to keep her mouth shut. . . . Furthermore, she alleges that George Bush ordered to show pressure on her to the point, when she commits suicide” (go to Google, type “blog of drizzten Margie Schoedinger,” and hit “Enter”).

“George [Bush is personally complicit] in the death (murder to be precise) of my friend Margie Schoedinger in September of 2003. Determining the exact whereabouts and contacts of . . . George Bush on September 21 thru 22, 2003, should be entirely lacking in difficulty” (Leola McConnell—Nevada Progressive Democratic Candidate for U.S. Senate in 2010).

McConnell is correct: Bush applying pressure (continuously criminally stalking Margie Schoedinger) purposefully to force Schoedinger to commit suicide does in fact constitute murder where it culminated in her death.

Bush’s method of murdering Schoedinger cannot exist in a vacuum: he must have murdered other people in the same way.

During Bush’s presidency, of course Bush would have desired to kill people whom he hated or get them out of his way. Insofar as Bush was clearly capable of murdering Schoedinger—even in “broad daylight”—and is clearly capable of getting away with it, in consideration of common sense and the laws of human nature, Bush of course murdered numerous people in the disgusting way he murdered Schoedinger. One can examine public information; in various situations where people who sought to oppose or disadvantage Bush ever so frighteningly ended up “committing suicide”—specifically—Bush murdered them just like he murdered Schoedinger. For example, Bush murdered James Howard Hatfield by continuously criminally stalking Hatfield to the point that Hatfield could not get away from it—purposefully to force Hatfield to commit suicide—and Hatfield committed suicide in desperation to escape. However, the vast majority of such scandalous cases will never come out (the grisly details are typically hard to substantiate). A prosecutor really can lawfully charge a former president with murdering one or more people in the disgusting way Bush murdered Schoedinger. The American people unfortunately live in a world where evil presidents can murder any number of people—figuratively—with a wave of a magic wand and get away with it.

(There are thousands of copies of the information above on the Internet. Please feel free to go to any major search engine, type “GEORGE W. BUSH IS AN EXTREMELY DANGEROUS CRIMINAL STALKER AND SERIAL KILLER” or “George W. Bush continuously criminally stalked Margie Schoedinger to the point that she could not get away from it, and she committed suicide in desperation to escape: he murdered her” or “George W. Bush applying pressure (continuously criminally stalking Margie Schoedinger) purposefully to force Schoedinger to commit suicide does in fact constitute murder where it culminated in her death” or “George W. Bush murdered James Howard Hatfield by continuously criminally stalking Hatfield to the point that Hatfield could not get away from it—purposefully to force Hatfield to commit suicide—and Hatfield committed suicide in desperation to escape,” hit “Enter,” and readily find hundreds of copies.)

(Please feel free to go to Google, type “GEORGE W. BUSH IS THE WORST PRESIDENT IN U.S. HISTORY blog of Andrew Wang,” and hit “Enter.”)
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Andrew Wang
(a.k.a. “THE DISSEMINATING MACHINE”)
B.S., Summa Cum Laude, 1996
Messiah College, Grantham, PA
Lower Merion High School, Ardmore, PA, 1993

Anonymous said...

"the Woman Who Thought Africa Was a Country"

I love how that bit is still bouncing 'round the Net, even after the source was proven to be a hoax :]

bardofoc said...

What kind of a story is this? I can't wait to say farewell to the dumba** who thought the White House window was a door. And this is no hoax. I have the pictures that prove it.

James said...

While Sarah Palin said she was leaving office for the good of Alaska, and that complaints of ethics (which follow the surface) against him has become a distraction, others, including Levi Johnston, the father the daughter of his son of Bristol Palin, have made a lucrative career as possible after the governor, speaking, books, and more.
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Pepe Fanjul said...

The father of daughter Bristol Palin's son, have pointed to a possible and lucrative post-gubernatorial career, including speaking, books, and more.