Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Sarah Palin's looking for a controversy to ride.

As though controversies were horses.

Her latest attempt was Cordoba House; the previous was the NAACP's resolution.

The anonymous Romney aide who reportedly said, "She's not a serious human being" may have been correct, although "She's not a serious presidential candidate" might have been better?

Why are we paying attention to Sarah Palin?


Joie Vouet said...

Do you know her m.o. now?

It goes way back.

nswfm said...

We're in a recession and this is cheap entertainment?

I'm watching because after the 2000 election debacle in Floriduh, you have to watch who counts the votes. And there are many voting machines that are easily hacked.

rj said...

Those rodeo horses buck. Sarah should be more careful. She might break her neck.

Anonymous said...

Sarah likes to make fights or insert herself into fight. So she can insert her bible beating ways, rise above the ashes all innocent looking. Then months later Todd and her have another kid.

Her tweets this past week surely display that she loves to insert a FU in the statement.... Basically, it is the purpose for the tweet....

Most people can't keep their eyes off the nasty skank.
Most people can't keep their eyes off a impending train wreck.

Rotten to the core, with good looks, minus a bible and packin a bible.

While gov, aware she didn't get the attention she needed, It felt totally appropriate to her to show up in a mini skirt at rare military honoring, late.

Joie Vouet said...

Thanks for your comment, nswfm. I was thinking of nuking the blog to turn it into a piece of performance art: replacing the "jet tour" picture with a picture of Nagasaki or Hiroshima, and deleting a lot of posts (leaving only the most serious and most entertaining as survivors). New posts might continue to appear, but there might also be follow-up, retaliatory nuclear strikes.

It might be a lot of work, though. I suppose I'd need to visit each victim post and replace it with something like, "This post died as a consequence of a nuclear blast on ..." I've looked into backing up the blog, but most of the methods generate an '.xml' file, which is full of links to the blog's posts. (There are things like 'wget,' however). So, I am not planning to nuke the blog anytime soon.


rj: Yes, Sarah should be more careful: game-out the rodeo; consider the consequences of what she wants to do.

Should we be giving her advice? Is she known for taking advice? She refuses to sit down and shut up!


Sarah can definitely be entertaining, but it would be helpful if more people in both parties addressed serious issues so that there would be less chance of these ginned-up controversies she's trying to exploit getting traction.

Anonymous said...

c4p backed her up in a post claiming she was right (according to a poll)! LOL. Is Serious Sarah poll driven?

Joie Vouet said...

Shannyn Moore's "Refudiating" Palin's Racist Tweet

nswfm said...

"So, I am not planning to nuke the blog anytime soon."

What was Snowbilly's request? "Don't wreck it?"

I think you could have performance art without going back and deleting posts. I have faith in your creative talents.

Joie Vouet said...

Not to worry, nswfm. I'd discuss something like that with him before doing it.

DootDiddyDoot said...

Certainly the stupid tweets over the weekend were to take our focus off of Bristol and Levi's big news.

Today's ridiculous facebook post surely is her reaction to the fact that Levi's ex Briana will be on Inside Edition discussing what Levi told her of the Palin clan.

Run Sarah Run!