September 26, 2008

That's it. Enough is enough. No more. AmericaPANIC calls on John McCain to dump Sarah Palin for VP, as she is an imbicile & dangerously ignorant

No way, no how, should this idiot get anywhere near the nuclear codes of the United States.

This is serious business folks.

We had an idiot for president the past eight years, 80% or 90% of us likely agree on that now.

But Sarah Palin? Idiot times two. Times four. Times a hundred.

In the history of the United States, including Dan Quayle and Geraldine Ferraro, there's never been a more unqualified candidate for the highest office in the world. These are serious times. They call for serious, smart, experienced leaders.

Sarah Palin must be dumped. Now.

Or John McCain should be voted down in Mondale-like-fashion.

Here's the latest blast of self-assured ignorance from Palin. The world is laughing at us folks.

At the same time, they're scared.

God help us all. You're watching America spin dangerously out of control now.

Palin defends Alaska-Russia foreign policy remark

"It's very important when you consider even national security issues with Russia as Putin rears his head and comes into the air space of the United States of America, where — where do they go? It's Alaska. It's just right over the border.

It is — from Alaska that we send those out to make sure that an eye is being kept on this very powerful nation, Russia, because they are right there. They are right next to ... to our state"

-Sarah Palin, Ignoramus, September 24, 2008

15 comments: said...

LOL ... I can't believe the dems are still imploding over Sarah Palin!!!

If she were that dumb and if the ticket really had no chance like you say, you'd be ignoring her just like we are ignoring Biden.

I guess I'll make another batch of popcorn and kick back to watch the next episide of Palin Derangement Syndrome. said...

“If Congress does not act American taxpayers will be exposed to the enormous risks that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac pose”

- John McCain, 2005

I can't wait for that ad to start running....

He will look like a genius and a prophet while Obama sat there with his d*ck in his hand voting "present."

Then the night before election day, run an ad with Obama saying "My Muslim faith" and snuff him out for good.

Anonymous said...

It's a gawd damn celebrity contest now. Enjoy the ride down America!

Anonymous said...

Most americans can identify with her, they are just like her. That is why america if fucked.

Anonymous said...

look frank Every American who has half of brain are imploding over Sarah republican, independents and democrats. Stopy the whining....
Get with the programs. We are a nation that has idiots and educated people.
The idiots are for McCain. Fact.
I think Obama will win by a landslide.
Race will play a part in McCains votes.

Anonymous said...

anon September 25, 2008 10:09 PM:

I take it from your garbled post that you are for McCain, then?

the ruskies are coming! said...

I, like Frank, feel safer knowing that Sarah Palin stands defiantly between me and the evil Russian devils who are conspiring - at this very moment - to invade and pillage my home.

God Bless You, Sarah!

West Coast Willie said...

Truly disturbing answers especially when you watch her try to tack a bunch of disjointed talking points together to constuct a sentence. Brainless. As bad as the beauty contestant who answered the question about Americans and maps.

Pretty clear now that McCain's motive was to prevent the vp debate from happening.

tater said...

Let's put a little perspective on this, Keith.

Joe Biden is no better. Biden thinks that Roosevelt was president when the stock market crashed in 1929. Oh yeah, he thought that FDR was on television during the stock market crash, too. I think that it was 1939 when television came on the scene - not 1929. He's a real ringer, that Joe Biden. I can see him trying to handle a crisis, and using history as a precedent. That would be a laugher.

And, that's what the Democrats have to offer?

Ron Paul for Pres.

Anonymous said...

I think Obama will win by a landslide.
Race will play a part in McCains votes.

so what is your point?

sexism will play a part in obama's votes, already has in his win over clinton.

Anonymous said...

uh oh

Yoski said...

"where do they go? It's Alaska. It's just right over the border. "
They should put up a border fence in Alsaka to keep all those illegal Russians out. They are worse than the Mexicans.

Anonymous said...

Three weeks after the 2008 Republican convention, on the cusp (maybe) of the first presidential debate, it is time to confront an awkward but profound question: whether in picking Sarah Palin as his running mate, John McCain has committed -- by his own professed standards of duty and honor -- a singularly unpatriotic act.

"I would rather lose a political campaign than lose a war," he has said throughout this campaign. Yet, in choosing Palin, he has demonstrated -- whatever his words -- it may be permissible to imperil the country, conceivably even to "lose" it, in order to win the presidency. That would seem the deeper meaning of his choice of Palin.

Indeed, no presidential nominee of either party in the last century has seemed so willing to endanger the country's security as McCain in his reckless choice of a running mate. He is 72 years old; has had four melanomas, a particularly voracious form of cancer; refuses to release his complete medical records. Three of our last eleven presidents (and nine of all 43) have come to office unexpectedly in mid-term from the vice presidency: Truman, who within days of FDR's death was confronted with the decision of whether to drop the atom bomb on Japan; Lyndon Johnson, who took the oath in Dallas after JFK's assassination; Gerald Ford, sworn in following the resignation of Richard Nixon. A fourth vice president, George H.W. Bush, briefly exercised the powers of the presidency after the near-assassination of Ronald Reagan.

Given that history, what does John McCain's choice of Sarah Palin -- the cavalier, last-minute process of her selection and careless vetting; and her over-briefed, fact-lite performance since -- reveal about this military man who has attested to us for years that he is guided by his personal code of honor? "Two things I will never do," McCain told me, "are [to] lie to the American people, or put my electoral interests before the national interest" -- an obvious precursor of "I would rather lose a political campaign than lose a war."


But she's like us, the majority of the country. She's white trash! She ain't got no high-falootin' education from some fancy-pants elite university!

I'm votin fer her cause she's good people!

bitterrenter said...

Oh my, Frank the republican has lost it.

Do you people really believe that MCcain pursued more regulation? He didn't even vote 64% of the time in the Senate over the last two years.

Poor brainstems. They still hold out hope that the republicans will take back power and give them all their money back in taxes.