Sarah Palin. Hot or Not?

29 08 2008
Way hotter than McCain

Way hotter than Senator Cranky Pants

Oh sure, she’d easily be the hottest VP since Spiro Agnew but she doesn’t do much to help McCain’s argument that his is the ticket of experience, especially when you consider McCain turns 72 today and has had four bouts with cancer already. One tough flight of stairs and we’ll have a second place Alaska beauty queen as president.  Impressive choice there John.  Granted she’s arguably better than the idiot ideologue we have now or maybe even the senile old war monger they’re offering up next, but still…Is this the best they can do?

It’s obviously a completely cynical play for the still angry Hillary voters, but will they fall for such a blatent pander just because this lifelong NRA member, pro-life, big oil coddling VP has ovaries?  Stranger things have happened.

Of course she would provide comfort and reassurances to all the GOPers who might be worried that a McCain / Palin administration would help restore the Constitution and cease the abuse of power we have all become so used to over the last eight years. Rest easy you right wing oligarchs, not a chance.  Apparently VP Palin would fill the stiletto heels left behind by “I put the ick in Dick” Cheney perfectly having already exercised a picture perfect abuse of power when pressuring the state to fire her former brother in law.  Nice.

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29 08 2008
steak_knife

HOT

29 08 2008
Barbara

Hot, most definitely (in that gun toting, neo-con, mean librarian kinda way). Too bad she’s against hot gay sex and marriage and she would overthrow Roe v Wade. 😛

29 08 2008
Twist

Very hot in a Mary Ann way, now and then. Or a hot teacher.

29 08 2008
Elvis Dingeldein

Christmas in August, Mr. The Super Jesus. Fucking Christmas in August. Know how I know this is the end of McCain and his retarded little pony show? Because this complete asshat predicted it would be Palin months and months ago. And now he’s proud of it. Because he’s a fucking comment-suppressing Nazi shitdick.

We did a nice little Palin Piece ourselves today, Mr. The Super Jesus. Stop by when you have a chance.

Love in The Christ,

Elvis

29 08 2008
Elvis Dingeldein

Oops! Not THAT asshat, THIS asshat. Sorry.

Love, etc.

E

30 08 2008
reportanddeport

Yeah, Sarah Palin would make a lousy vice-president because she only has two years of executive experience, but Obama will make a GREAT president, because he has ZERO years of executive experience. Yeah, that makes sense.

30 08 2008
durbzblogz

Well Sarah Palin is certainly hot – but politics aside – I don’t have a dog in this fight – if I had to choose between her and Obama, it wouldn’t even be a choice ( and I’m not that crazy about him).

She was mayor of a tiny one horse town and then governor of Alaska- what is the population there? Has she ever been outside of the USA?

She also decided to have a fifth child at 44 while governor. Who is getting neglected her kids or her job?

But hey, we know she’s a good breeder; she can shoot animals out of helicopters – way cool – and race snowmobile thingies – that will be really helpful to America.

Viva Sarah! I just love Amercan politics – ours is so boring in South Africa at the moment – this has brightened up my life. Barack looks quite boring now 🙂

30 08 2008
Dave

Even with this pick, McCains vice presidential selection is more experienced and more qualified for the presidency than the Democratic nominee himself. The Democrats have basically got a “I vote present” Illinois state senator running for the highest office in the land and they are complaining about a governor and, might I add, the only one on both tickets with actual governing experience. She also stands in stark contrast to an Obama who has abundantly more baggage and a disturbingly problematic past.

30 08 2008
Chuck

Most of the knock-knock jokes above, are obviously posted by the looney left. This conservative Republican supports both McCain, AND his choice of running mate. Sarah Palin has demonstrated she has no tolerance for nonsense.

She initially supported Stevens’ rediculous ‘bridge to nowhere,’ then after really looking at the issue, opposed it, and refused to allow it to be built. I might point out that Stevens is a very powerful Republican, and that didn’t faze her one bit. If it needs slapping around, she slaps it around.

She has strong ethical and moral standards. She believes that abortion is murder, and when she was faced with the fact that her unborn child would be born with Down syndrome, she gave birth, and didn’t run out and have it aborted, like the Al Franken crowd would have done. She loves her children and her husband, and isn’t trying to let every guy in town get in her pants. Fidelity — what a novel concept, huh, looney leftists?

The latter in Alaska are screaming that her budget is the biggest in history. Yup. Anything any of you want to take out of it?

I didn’t think so.

They’re decrying her for firing her ex-brother-in-law, a cop, who is a wife-beater and child abuser. Yeah, my kind of cop, huh?

They’re also decrying her for taxing the state’s largest taxpayer, AN OIL COMPANY!!! for windfall profits. Good on ya, Sarah! The folks who need the money are getting it.

And anyone who likes to hunt and fish can’t be all bad, either! But the loons want somebody from their sewer in charge, say, Hillbillarybob the Amoral, or Obama the Experienced. Give me a friggin break!

In sum, she roots out corruption, she supports the little guy, she has morals and ethics, and she doesn’t tolerate anyone’s crap, no matter how powerful they are.

All of which is why the looney left is screaming. And none of which will keep McCain/Palin out of the White House in November.

Best,
warpony

22 12 2010
tbash

She has morals, alright. And she wants to force them up the butt of every american. I don’t want her religion, or her narcissistic, sociopathic god.

30 08 2008
Barbara

Ah yes, the moral right wing with their Pro-Life Stance, opposition to gay marriage, ther love of big oil, and tax cuts that always seem to benefit the upper 2% of this country and effectively shut down programs that help the poor. And how admirable that she wants to give “native Alaskans” money to help with rising fuel prices. Money that is theirs to begin with since it is earned from the resources of a land that belongs to them to begin with. How big of the U.S. to do something for Natives of a land, too bad that didn’t happen with American Indian natives, but that is another talking point.
Sarah Palin is admirable in her CHOICE to have a child with Downs Syndrome. Isn’t she lucky that she has a support system and financial resources to have made that choice. Not to mention that fact that her husband is now a stay at home dad. Fine for her, but what about all those mothers out there that don’t have that type of support? All of us evil liberals are really rallying around “baby killing” as we know that you should interpret the right to CHOICE as an absence of moral values. It couldn’t have to do with the fact that stopping abortion will not change or prevent the myriad of issues we have in this country with abuse, neglect, drugs, and poverty, not to mention the lack of social programs to ensure children receive the type of education, health care, safe homes and neighborhoods, and a bright future. No, preventing that right to choice would only enhance these issues, especially since the conservative right also doesn’t want to talk about birth control. But I guess all you rich conservatives can just continue sending your kids to private “clinics” when an embarrassing little thing like a baby gets in the way. Meanwhile the poor will go back to coat hanger abortionists. Yes, makes perfect sense. That is REAL change and progress. Let’s not provide solutions that would prevent women from making this type of choice, let’s just take the choice away and hope that somehow she can suddenly find a way to support, care for, and love that child no matter what the circumstances are.

As far as hunting and fishing, I’m all for guns killing animals in the wild, decreasing the population of unwanted animals (whose pro-life here?) and commercial fishing that results in those natives not having readily available resources that have helped them maintain their life style of choice.

As unemployment is at at least 50% for Alaskan Natives, I would wonder that I haven’t seen anything that Sarah Palin has indicated to change that statistic, except of course for drilling. Even after having received Fed reports that indicated this drilling would most certainly destroy the Polar Bear population and be detrimental to the environment, she chose to ignore it after sending emails out to ask this question. But I guess as a Governor for change she is definitely using her resources of professionals to make change, or in this case ignore it.

As far as her soon to be ex-brother in law, as far as what this case involved it is being investigated by a NON PARTISAN ethics panel. Wow, imagine that. They felt that there was something serious enough about the firing of a respected Alaska Public Safety Commissioner Walter Monegan whom she appointed, because apparently he wasn’t inclined to fire someone from a position because Palin had personal family issues with him. Nobody is saying her ex-brother in law is a good guy, but certainly there is no evidence showing that he’s been convicted of anything and so far it seems the only issue is a custody fight gone ugly. Yes, that certainly represents enough evidence to use your political office as a way to have someone fired. A little politics as usual Sarah?

BTW, Bridge To No Where…sound like flip flop to me.

30 08 2008
SuperJesus

My main point is clearly lost on all of the Republicans who have read any of this blog. You whine incessantly that Obama doesn’t have enough experience and yet you cheer as your nominee selects the equivalent of a political zygote as VP. Wake up, I don’t really care who you nominate for VP because your nominee himself is utterly incompetent, I’m simply pointing out (once again) what a bunch of hypocrites you are.

George Bush had almost no experience and no ideas of his own but you told us 8 years ago that he would be fine because he was surrounding himself with brilliant people with great experience. Yeah, that worked out great. Now our candidate has almost no experience however he has great ideas that differ markedly from Bush whereas McCain is nearly a photocopy…just older, angrier and more prone to calling his wife a cunt. I’m done with Bush and I don’t need four more years of his level of incompetence.

To President Chimpy Asshat the 2nd, I’ll pass thanks.

30 08 2008
sarah_mcpalin

it seems like the gop supports Plain and Mccain only because they want to beat the dems. if Mccain promised during his first day in office to nuke every country in the world for kicks they would vote for him just to beat the dems. they don’t care about the overall well being of this country.

31 08 2008
nv1962

Well SJ, kudos for your valor. Seriously: it takes giant ovaries to compare the top of the Dem ticket who has his training wheels carried by a Senator with about 7,361 years of Beltway insider experience previously hotly denounced by His Oneness, while the GOP ticket has the OIT in second place. Yes. Yes, of course: that’s among the most insightful comparisons I’ve seen so far. Carry on.

31 08 2008
nv1962

Oh – and definitely “hot” in a cozy warm Klingon way. Qapla’ my friends!

31 08 2008
Janus

If you find peggy hill hot then i guess you might think palin is hot. take a good look past the lipstick and eyeliner. Palin is not hot.

31 08 2008
Munch

She’s completely hot. Have you seen her MAXIM cover?

http://freesoupwithpurchase.wordpress.com/2008/08/29/sarah-palin-maxim-cover/

31 08 2008
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1 09 2008
Toby W

I’m tired of Democrats saying Obama is helping them because he’s for the poor! Unless you make less than 25K per yr for a family of 4, then your above this so-called help! That is the US poverty level. It only helps those that don’t even want a part time job at McDonalds! People think their poor in this country based on the amount of “free Bling Bling” give me a damn break and get a job! We want every American to make all they can…but if you make to much we will take it? What the hell? Because your lazy?

1 09 2008
Toby W

Besides that…Why are people talking like ProLife and ProOil is Bad? When did Abortion/Baby Killing become a form of Birth Control? Are you planning on not using oil in the near future? Or do you want to keep getting it from other countries like “O’trauma Obama Hussein Ben Ladin” and Bitch about gas prices?

1 09 2008
SuperJesus

Toby, Those are some very thoughtful and nuanced arguments you make. Sadly they’re pretty far off topic and I somehow doubt that a thoughtful and nuanced response here would inform or persuade you so I’ll save my breath. Thanks for commenting though!

PS: “Because your lazy?” should be “Because you’re lazy?”

1 09 2008
nhuong

According to the poll I put put up on my page. She is a 9/10 in term of hotness!

2 09 2008
republicansareself_centered

i love to see right wingers make fun of obama’s name!
oh, americans..

2 09 2008
Chuck

In Response to “Barbara (08/30/15:09:48

Well, Barbara, you talk about morals, Pro-Life, opposition to gay marriage and desire to help one’s fellow citizens as if they were bad things? You talk about CHOICE (your shout, not mine) instead of responsibility? You accuse the conservatives (few of us are ‘rich’) of being two-faced in our morals, and having private abortions while publicly decrying abortion? You talk about hunting and fishing being anti-pro-life? And finally, you defend a wife-beater and child abuser, demanding that a legal, proven conviction be necessary as evidence against him?

All of which proves my message about the looney left and their sewer-pit morals. Thank you for that. Your rant simply illustrates my point about the looney left having a crying need to see the morals of the right through their own trashy filter.

Best,
Chuck

2 09 2008
Chuck

In response to ‘Superjesus,’ 08/30/16:59:55: (Sorry for the delay, dude, but I have a life away from the cyclops!)

Hypocrites?

It is true that Obama has zip-point-squat experience in leadership positions. It is hardly true that Palin is the experiential equivalent of a zygote. She has stood toe-to-toe with, and faced down, and defeated, the Republican business-as-usual establishment in Alaska. And she has pulled this off while retaining the support of the largely Republican population of her state. Eighty percent approval ratings don’t grow on trees, they must be earned.

I am hard put to understand why you libs continue to try to draw parallels between Bush and McCain. The latter is about as independent-minded as one can get, and has illustrated that time and again, being maverick enough to break with his own party leadership on many items. And I long ago conceded that Bush is an asshat, but that doesn’t mean every Republican should be painted with the same broad brush, any more than all dems should be.

The Democrats’ finest leaders have come from any place other than the liberal elite. People like Roosevelt and Truman come to mind. Certainly the Kennedys and Kerry’s, and the Deans and Gore Juniors, and the Byrds and Johnsons do not.

The biggest problem with the Democratic party of today is, and remains, that it has allowed itself to be hijacked by a bunch of liberals with the morals and ethics of alleycats. And yes, as Palin’s campaign against many of her own party prove, the Republicans have their fair share of asshats as well.

Just not nearly as many.

Best,
Chuck

2 09 2008
Barbara

@Chuck
Yes, this mother of 3 dared tread on the Irrational Rights territory of morals. And for the record I was married. How bout those “trashy morals”. Thanks for giving me a laugh and being so respectful to a woman. You Republicans really know how to make a girl feel special.

BTW, you should really apply for a position with the Republican party, editing the text of anything that comes from the looney left as you so fondly referred to. You did a fine hatchet job on my above comment. Did you go to school with Karl Rove or maybe Bill O’Reilly?

2 09 2008
Barbara

And Chuck:
“And finally, you defend a wife-beater and child abuser, demanding that a legal, proven conviction be necessary as evidence against him?”

It’s called innocent until proven guilty in a court of law in this country, well at least it was till the Republicans took office. 😉

2 09 2008
SuperJesus

@Chuck,

I appreciate the generally civil tone of your comments, I know I sometimes fail to do the same. To your point about why people are linking McCain to Bush, I would agree that McCain often talks tough against the president’s policies but in reality he generally votes with him. Here’s the breakdown of his voting support by year:

2008 (as of 5/15): 100%, 2007: 95%, 2006: 89%, 2005: 77%, 2004: 92%, 2003: 91%, 2002: 90%, 2001: 91%

So other than 2005 and 2006 McCain was solidly 90% or better in lockstep with Bush.

Add to that, when asked how McCain’s plan for Iraq was different from the failed policies of the Bush Administration, John Lehman, McCain’s National Security Adviser, said, “Well, he’s not continuing failed policies, he’s continuing the successful policies…” [MSNBC, 3/26/08]

Add to that, while appearing on CNN on March 26th, Campbell Brown asked Sen. Lindsey Graham to describe how McCain’s worldview differed from Bush’s. After a brief hesitation, Graham replied, “I don’t think I can describe it different than a person.” [CNN, 3/26/08]

Add to that, when appearing on CNN’s The Situation Room, Chuck Hagel said, he would not endorse because they want “to explain to the American people how they are gonna unwind American involvement in this fiasco in Iraq and what their foreign policy is gonna look like over the next four years.” He added, “I don’t agree with John McCain, and you know this Wolf, I think John and the President and others have put the Iraqi situation in the wrong context.” [CNN, “The Situation Room,” 3/27/08]

Add to that, after endorsing John McCain’s candidacy for president, President Bush said, “The good news about our candidate is he’ll be a new president, a man of character and courage, but he’s not going to change when it comes to taking on the enemy. He understands this is a dangerous world. And I understand we better have steadfast leadership who’s got the courage and determination to pursue this enemy, so as to protect America.” [White House Press Conference, 3/5/08]

I hope that better explains why we link McCain to Bush, because he very frequently is the same as Bush and the Republicans have already admitted it (before they then changed their minds and denied it).

Regards,
Super J.

2 09 2008
SuperJesus

Great news! ABC news is reporting that the Alaska state senator running an investigation of Gov. Palin says the McCain campaign is using stall tactics to prevent him from releasing his final report by Oct. 31, four days before the November election.

I don’t know about you, but when I think about the last eight years I think of abuse of power and obstruction of investigations. Yet another reason I find McCain exactly like Bush.

2 09 2008
cmblake6

And has anyone released the dark secret that Obambi dresses gerbils in liederhosen for fun? Come on guys, as Governor of Ak, she’s been dealing with Canada, Japan, Russia is right next door, she’s had some serious political cleansing, she’s GOOD!. She’s a BABE, she’s experienced, on and on. I’m voting Palin/whassisface ’08!

3 09 2008
taralu

HOT

3 09 2008
KAMERUN SCOOP

She provides lessons and can not even hold his daughter. She cant lead the country if the bedridden mcCain dies ? NO.

French people support Obama and talk about his reverend Ed Klanins

http://allainjulesblog.blogspot.com/2008/09/reverend-ed-klanins-letrange-pasteur-de.html

3 09 2008
Chuck

Super-J,

Thanks for the comeback. In response, I think I can say there are similarities in my views/politics with Nancy Pelosi that maybe are congruent, say, seventy percent of the time. Maybe even more.

However, comma, it is the DIFFERENCES that make me want to diss the bitch so frequently. That, plus the fact that she’s a friggin’ party hack.

I tend to see McCain as quite a bit different from Dubya, and I also tend to see many decent things about Bush. His Iraq policies, for instance, I generally tend to agree with.

But where he and I differ, I think, is his unwillingness to take a decisive stance on issues and follow through right the hell now. He waffled for months over the surge, worrying over political implications, when all the intel boots on the ground were begging for it. When he finally allowed it, it was successful, and we are now drawing down. If you’re not willing to listen to your hand-picked experts, why have them?

He truly and royally screwed up by not putting a Patraeus in place sooner than he did, preferring to stay with ‘business-as-usual’ military leadership, in a situation where decisive, proactive independent leadership was called for. If Patton was Roosevelt’s secret weapon, then Petraeus is Bush’s. Why the hell didn’t he use General P. sooner?

And domestically, Bush has screwed up as well. Fiscally, he’s been a disaster, and often his policies have been a homogenized blend of left and right politics, which have failed to yield a clear-cut economic policy for the country. You just don’t couple tax cuts with big budgets, and expect to grow your way out of shortfalls over the long haul, when the economy is trending downward. It worked for Reagan, because that latter wasn’t the case, and because he knew when to apply the brakes. Bush doesn’t.

Result: the dollar is taking a hiding on the world economy. I bought British Pounds, and Euros a year ago for a trip, and didn’t cash them in when I returned. Good thing; they’re worth far more now than any interest I could ahve earned on dollars.

I think there is a difference between agreeing with someone a good deal of the time, and being cast in the same mold as that person. If Dubya is the consummate party guy, McCain is a maverick. If Alaska’s former governor was a consummate party guy, Palin is a Maverick. They’re both very good at pissing in rice bowls. And, from both, you get a constancy of purpose that is refreshing, if nothing else.

An executive’s job (I should know, I’ve picked and installed many of them over the years) is to get out front and lead. Execute. Make it happen. Those who didn’t do so, when working for me, found their careers limited.

And, I might add, one hundred forty-six days in the Senate do not qualify a man for an executive position, nor does having a ‘spiritual advisor’ who hates America first. Leading a Navy aircraft squadron, or spending twenty-five years in the Senate, probably do.

McCain’s choice for VEEP is consistent with what I know about McCain. You can say that isn’t a good thing, but I happen to think it is.

Being a Maverick, after all, is why Patton was such an excellent secret weapon.

Best,
Chuck

3 09 2008
Chuck

Barbara,

You’re a kick! No, I didn’t go to school with Rove or O’Reilly, but I did teach them all they know :-).

And regarding the aforementioned wife-beater and child-abuser, who incidentally was known to work as a state trooper, driving a patrol car while drunk, I am not talking about convicting him, I am talking about firing him.

Best,
Chuck

3 09 2008
mck

Obama is hot- Sarah Palin is not, lol (We are not voting on looks anyhow- Obama all the way!

3 09 2008
Barbara

@ Chuck,
You seem like a good guy, just different ideals. As to the “wife-beater, child abuser”, there really should be evidence before slandering him. And the issue is not if this guy is a slime ball and should be fired, but a Governor abusing her power by firing respected Public Safety Commissioner Walt Monegan.

Story from KTVA 11 Anchorage
“On Monday afternoon, the Joint Legislative Council, filled with Republicans and Democrats, voted 12 to 0 to formally call for an investigation against Governor Palin in a manner—that they are stressing—will be unbiased and done in a timely fashion. “

3 09 2008
cmblake6

Walt Monegan refused to fir a Trooper who had a record of DUI, spousal abuse, and tasing his 10 year old stepson(found at the hospital). Respected public official? She won her re-election as Mayor by a huge margin, and has an over 80% positive rating amongst Alaskans. THOSE are frontier people. You city folk don’t understand, obviously, that FRONTIER people don’t have a Starbucks on every corner type of lifestyle. They don’t have the luxury of easy living and welfare reform. She does what needs done. And she’s fine. She hired an investigative team to prove she was right, she wants that proven “beyond a shadow of a doubt”. You’ve got questions? She’ll prove her point. No B.S. She is for damn sure NOT a liberal.

3 09 2008
Barbara

@cmblake6
Okay, hon…..again you missed the point, or you’re choosing to ignore it. I think it’s a little of both, but any who…. Isn’t Palins whole appeal the fact that she got rid of corruption? This is a case of corruption and she fired her SELF APPOINTED Public Safety Commissioner because he was doing his job. Okay, does ANYONE see the hypocrisy in this? I know I am hitting a brick wall when it comes to explaining things to those whom would choose to ignore the truth and would instead like to whitewash this whole incident. *eye roll here*….and just another FYI, I’m not defending the guy(ex-brother in law). He could be a big, honkin’ jerk off, but that doesn’t justify what Governor Palin did in using her executive power to fire Monegan.

3 09 2008
Barbara

BTW, there are several Starbucks locations serving Alaska, including former Mayor Palins town of Wasilla. I wouldn’t even be surprised if your hometown girl might have had a sip or two of a nice latte.

19 09 2008
14 07 2013
Chitesh Ramroop

Amazing! This blog looks exactly like my old one!
It’s on a totally different topic but it has pretty much the same layout and design. Great choice of colors!

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