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Not Red Enough

Well. It has happened. Palin has decided to endorse Trump and her endorsement speech was epic beyond anything I would have imagined. It was a masterpiece. And who knew we would end up with one of the best poetry slams of this election season!

And of course, I couldn’t resist quickly mixing it and giving it the right ‘color’. Yeah, the right color..

Here, have some fun.

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Analyze this..

“The plan is to allow those things that had been proposed over many years to reform a health care system in America that certainly does need more help so that there’s more competition, there’s less tort reform threat, there’s less trajectory of the cost increases? And those plans have been proposed over and over again. And what thwarts those plans? It’s the far left. It’s President Obama and his supporters who will not allow the Republicans to usher in free market, patient-centered, doctor-patient relationship links to reform health care!”

(Text reproduced from HuffPo based on an actual interview. These are the exact words).

Analyze this. And tell me what the question was and what you make out of this gibberish of Alaskan proportion..(oops. Did I give it away?)

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Lost in Poetry

Good and Bad

It is obvious to me

Who the good guys are in this one

And who the bad guys are.

The bad guys are the ones

Who say ******* is a stinking corpse,

And should be wiped off

The face of the earth.

That’s not a good guy!


You can’t blink

You have to be wired, In a way of being

So committed to the mission, The mission we are on,

Reform this country, And victory in the war,

You can’t blink..

So I didn’t blink!

Mother Nature

Denali, the great one, soaring under the midnight sun.

And then the extremes. In the winter time it’s the frozen road that is competing with the view of ice fogged frigid beauty, the cold though, doesn’t it split the Cheechakos from the Sourdoughs?

And then in the summertime such extreme summertime about a hundred and fifty degrees hotter than just some months ago,

Than just some months from now,

With fireweed blooming along the frost heaves

And merciless rivers that are rushing and carving

And reminding us that here, Mother Nature wins.


All excerpts from actual Sarah Palin speeches. Absolute crackers – And bountiful source of comical entertainment.

Wait! May be not. I think she is a poet. It is just that we are lost to get the meaning out of it all!


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The past week witnessed the release of the latest episode of Palindrama – a reality TV show, produced by “RCMGOP Hatred Productions”, an old production company, who have produced several chart buster sitcoms such as “Religion and Immortals”, “You are a Conservative OR You are Wrong”, “Whites and Unmentionable colors”, etc.  and directed by a prominent former TV glamor doll, Sarah Palin, who made her Sitcom directorial debut through “800 year old partner and I”, in 2008. This show has been funded by some really rich and powerful oil companies from Houston, where we interviewed Palin, who was there promoting the show along with her sidekicks.

The central character of the new series is a beauty queen, whose IQ is less than the combined IQs of 2 of her daughters put together. She runs for governor from the state of Wildeska, where the voter to elk ratio is 1:10 and where the average voter turn around is directly proportional to swim suit calendars distributed at polling booths. So, she manages to get elected primarily through her make up, rolling (pronounced as ‘rollin’ when she says it) tongue and padded outfits (you get the picture). When she was offered the opportunity to be a sidekick to an 800 year old presidential candidate in the national elections, she pretty much abandoned her state and went on a shopping spree along with her husband, who by the way is a recovering alcoholic, with drug problems. In the process, she forgets that she has a teenage daughter, left alone in a huge governor mansion. By the time, she kicks the 800 year old partner to the side (which is what she thought was the primary duty of a sidekick) and takes the center stage of national politics, her 17 year old daughter gets pregnant. With a coterie of really conservative advisors who think the world stopped changing after 1800, she takes advantage of the pregnancy situation and wins the votes of a guy named Joe the Plumber and a spanish speaking lady called Maria the Maid (who later confessed that she didn’t even know there was an election). That’s 2 out of 3 million. With an immensely popular candidate on the opposition side, this was not enough. In the end, all she could accomplish in that election was being a true side-kick and hog the media, as her 800 year old partner lost it. The rest of the story is about how, even after the election, she continues to hog the media amidst all the controversies, sometimes created by her and sometimes created by others, in a very hostile political environment.

The first episode of this series starts off with a particular controversy, she quite adeptly manages to create out of nowhere, over a poor old talk show host, who has never been ashamed of showing his true political colors. A joke that the talk show host makes, gets blown out of proportion, because, her hogged media friends are able to contort the truth and confabulate the host himself by accusing him as a child molester & how his very survival in media business is a disgrace to the great American culture. With pressure from all sides, he eventually buckles in and renders a public apology to her and her intelligent daughters. The episode ends with her smiling proudly accepting (‘acceptin’) his apology.

Phew! As someone who watches sitcoms regularly (wink! wink!), I have to admit, the series has gotten off to a phenomenal start and I can’t wait to watch the next episode – It will be very interesting to see how she plans to hog the media spot light this time around…

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Here comes one more…

My passions are ignited to write this post, thanks to Palin (again)..As long as we have these wild life hunters around, the environmentalists will never be able to sleep.
I am sure this is not a new form of hunting – Must have been around for years (The aerial Wolf Hunting)..But what bothers me is the fact that they don’t recognize this as infringing upon nature. After all, they are killing wolves in their natural habitat.
And to top it all, Palin has the guts to call the group that is protesting this form of hunting “Extreme Fringe Group'”.

So, that is my rant for the day – Palin represents the America that is getting marginalized by the day and has Rush Limbaugh ruling it ably supported by Palin &her cronies…(including Cheney). (Sigh!!!)

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Prank on Palin

As much I would hate to see Palin get anywhere closer to the big office, I have to admit that by the end of this prank call, I felt bad for Palin. She is not at fault — and I would blame her staff for letting through such an important call so easily.
Pretty funny stuff though specially once you get your friends who know French to help you with some of the French words/phrases strewn around during the conversation.

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Can my name be added to the list?

Palin likes to label her voters..Some she has used so far..

Joe the Plumber
Ed the Dairyman
Tito the Builder
Christine the Florist
Doug the Barber
Will the Teacher
Joe the Farmer
Vicky the Realtor
Cindy the Citizen
Rose the Teacher
Karina the Nurse
Clark the Cook
Jack the Hunter
Dave the Cop
Jeffrey the Hockey Player
Joe the Plumber’s Son

With 6 days to go, I am worried that we will lose all this humor once Palin becomes a VeeePee(!!) – Ha

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By Sage Stossel..

I am not going to pass a judgement on this..but you all know the story right?
$150K for Palin’s wardrobe for 6 weeks?? I mean, even if McCain says that they are going to donate all that to Charity (yeah..Right!!), this and Joe-the-Plumber story don’t go well together.
Doesn’t take a Political strategist to figure that out…

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What language is she speaking?

If this is a question you have wondered yourself ask often in the recent past…you are not alone..
It is a safe assumption as to who the “She” is.

I am reproducing a NY Time article – The author is Maureen Dowd.


Pompom Palaver

There’s W.’s gummy grammar, of course, like the classic, “Is our children learning?” And covering the first Bush White House required doing simultaneous translation for a president who never met a personal pronoun he liked or a wacky non sequitur he could resist.

Poppy Bush drew comparisons to Warren G. Harding, whose prose reminded H. L. Mencken of “a string of wet sponges. … It is so bad that a sort of grandeur creeps into it.” When Harding died, E. E. Cummings lamented, “The only man, woman or child who wrote a simple declarative sentence with seven grammatical errors is dead.”

Being mush-mouthed helped give the patrician Bushes the common touch. As Alistair Cooke observed, “Americans seem to be more comfortable with Republican presidents because they share the common frailty of muddled syntax and because, when they attempt eloquence, they do tend to spout a kind of Frontier Baroque.”

Darn right. And that, doggone it, brings us to a shout-out for the latest virtuoso of Frontier Baroque, bless her heart, the governor of the Last Frontier. Her reward’s in heaven.

At Sarah Palin’s old church in Wasilla, they spoke in tongues. Maybe that’s where she picked it up.

Hillary Clinton and John McCain ran against Barack Obama by sneering that their prose was meatier than The One’s poetry. Sarah’s running against the Democrat’s highfalutin eloquence by speakin’ in homespun haikus.

We could, following her strenuously folksy debate performance, wonder when elite became a bad thing in America. Navy Seals are elite, and they get lots of training so they can swim underwater and invade a foreign country, but if you’re governing the country that dispatches the Seals, it’s not O.K. to be elite? Can likable still trump knowledgeable at such a vulnerable crossroads for the country?

Did Joe Biden have to rhetorically rush over to Home Depot before Sarah could once more brandish “a little bit of reality from Wasilla Main Street there brought to Washington, D.C.?”

With her pompom patois and sing-songy jingoism, Palin can bridge contradictory ideas that lead nowhere: One minute she promises to get “greater oversight” by government; the next, she lectures: “Government, you know, you’re not always a solution. In fact, too often you’re the problem.”

Talking at the debate about how she would “positively affect the impacts” of the climate change for which she’s loath to acknowledge human culpability, she did a dizzying verbal loop-de-loop: “With the impacts of climate change, what we can do about that, as governor, I was the first governor to form a climate change subcabinet to start dealing with the impacts.” That was, miraculously, richer with content than an answer she gave Katie Couric: “You know, there are man’s activities that can be contributed to the issues that we’re dealing with now, with these impacts.”

At another point, she channeled Alicia Silverstone debating in “Clueless,” asserting, “Nuclear weaponry, of course, would be the be-all, end-all of just too many people in too many parts of our planet.” (Mostly the end-all.)

A political jukebox, she drowned out Biden’s specifics, offering lifestyle as substance. “In the middle class of America, which is where Todd and I have been, you know, all our lives,” she said, making the middle class sound like it has its own ZIP code, superior to 90210 because “real” rules.

Sometimes, her sentences have a Yoda-like — “When 900 years old you reach, look as good you will not” — splendor. When she was asked by Couric if she’d ever negotiated with the Russians, the governor replied that when Putin “rears his head” he is headed for Alaska. Then she uttered yet another sentence that defies diagramming: “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.”

Reared heads reared themselves again at the debate, when she said that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac “were starting to really kind of rear the head of abuse.”

She dangles gerunds, mangles prepositions, randomly exiles nouns and verbs and also — “also” is her favorite vamping word — uses verbs better left as nouns, as in, “If Americans so bless us and privilege us with the opportunity of serving them,” or how she tried to “progress the agenda.”

Poppy Bush dropped personal pronouns and launched straight into verbs because he was minding his mother’s admonition against “the big I.” Palin, by contrast, uses a heck of a lot of language to praise herself as a fresh face with new ideas who has “joined this team that is a team of mavericks.” True mavericks don’t brand themselves.