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Thursday, April 28, 2016

Some dumbass thinks Sarah Palin should be called honorable

From Ask Hutch

Q: Why do they call her Gov. Sarah Palin when she quit during her term? She is a quitter. Shouldn’t that title be observed for someone who served a full term?

You are technically correct. Calling her governor is not proper, according to Robert Hickey, who wrote the book “Honor and Respect: The official guide to names, titles and forms of address.”

And it doesn’t matter if someone leaves office midterm or not.

Hickey said proper etiquette would refer to Palin as the Honorable Sarah Palin. But former governors in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and South Carolina are referred to as “Your Excellency.”

Yet, according to Emily Post, she was taught to address ex-officials by their highest title – and in a formal setting she would have said – President Jimmy Carter.

But in newspaper world, we will still call them former governors. For instance, in the future, we’ll have former Governor Sam Brownback.

Robert needs to do an update on his book.  Anyone elected to office who quits mid term should get the title "quitter".

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Sarah Palin you are no Jay Leno

From Sarah's Fecebook page

Enjoy this viral email a friend just sent me:

Subject: Why Did The Chicken Cross the Road?

DONALD TRUMP: We will build a big wall to keep illegal chickens from crossing the road. We will have a door for legal chickens.

JOHN KERRY: We will trust the chicken to tell us whether it crossed the road or not.

CHRIS CHRISTIE: We need to waterboard that chicken to find out why it crossed the road.

RAND PAUL: It's none of our business why the chicken crossed the road.

NANCY PELOSI: We will have to wait until the chicken crosses the road to see what it says.

CARLY FIORINA: Hillary Clinton lied about why the chicken crossed the road.

BRIAN WILLIAMS: I crossed the road with the chicken

BEN CARSON: This isn't brain surgery... It wanted grain.

SARAH PALIN: The chicken crossed the road because, gosh-darn it, he's a maverick!

BARACK OBAMA: Let me be perfectly clear, if the chickens like their eggs they can keep their eggs. No chicken will be required to cross the road to surrender her eggs. Period.

HILLARY CLINTON: What difference does it make why the chicken crossed the road?

GEORGE W. BUSH: We don't really care why the chicken crossed the road. We just want to know if the chicken is on our side of the road or not. The chicken is either with us or against us. There is no middle ground here.

BILL CLINTON: I did not cross the road with that chicken.

BERNIE SANDERS: That little chicken will pay 80% income taxes no matter what side of the road it's on. He's got to help finance free college even for those that just want a four year vacation.

AL GORE: I invented the chicken.

AL SHARPTON: Why are all the chickens white?

Sorry Sarah you are no comedian.  But you are a chicken.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Is Bristol Palin trying to send Dakota a message?

From Bristol's instagram

bsmp2almost a year later and Piper is still scared, "I want a mini pig" she said .. 🙄🙀🙅🏻 #didnotlastlong#butimnotcomplaining
As you all remember Dakota was the one who gave Penelope to Piper.  Is there some sort of hidden message cuz I doubt Bristol would give a damn about the pig.

More primaries today

Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island primaries are today.

If Hillary sweeps all five states you can stick a fork in Bernie Sanders's campaign cuz he will be done.

I can't see Bernie winning CT for sure:

The Daily News published a cover slamming “Bernie’s Sandy Hook shame,” while Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy, a Democrat who endorsed Clinton, tweeted, “Dems can't nominate a candidate who supports gun manufacturer immunity.”

Sanders’ campaign spokesman Michael Briggs hit back in a statement: "The senator [Murphy] has a well-deserved D-rating from the NRA while Secretary Clinton takes campaign cash from NRA lobbyists.”

We all know Hillary aims to make gun control a big part of her agenda like Bill did.  So quit lying Briggs.

On the Republican side Cruz might, and that's a big might win PA and RI as there are a lot of rightwingers in those states, remember Palin panty sniffer Kristy Patullo?

It looks like Trump will do well though.

Monday, April 25, 2016

Will Sarah Palin campaign for John McCain this year?

From Rachel Maddow's blog

House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) told CNN yesterday that Republicans thinking about skipping the party’s national convention in July should think again. “I think that we should go,” Ryan said. “This is our convention making our nominee, so I think everybody should participate.”

The Speaker added, “It could be a great historical exercise. I mean, it could be something you’ll remember the rest of your life.” Note, memorable things are not always positive.

Around the same time, however, Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.), chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, told The Hill that vulnerable GOP incumbents might want to skip this year’s gathering, looking instead for “more unifying events” where there’s less likelihood of a “brouhaha.”

John McCain has apparently decided to listen to Wicker and ignore Ryan. Politico reported late yesterday:
The 2008 Republican presidential nominee will not attend the party’s national convention in July. Arizona Sen. John McCain told reporters Tuesday that he may forgo attending what’s expected to be a contested convention this summer in order to campaign for his Senate seat.

“I have to campaign for reelection, and I have always done that when I’m up,” McCain said.
Point of fact: McCain’s claim isn’t true. The last time the Arizona Republican was up for re-election during a presidential election year, he not only attended the party’s national convention, he delivered a high-profile speech celebrating George W. Bush. For the senator to say he’s “always” skipped the convention when he’s up is wrong.

But even putting that aside, there are a couple of angles to this. The first is the prospect of a toxic Republican convention, which leading party officials want no part of, and which they will take care to avoid. We don’t yet know how the Republican presidential nominating process will play out, but there’s a real chance of a contested convention – at which things may get ugly.

One Republican senator has already said he’s prepared to skip the GOP gathering, fearing for his personal safety, and some additional Republican members of Congress have said they’ll stay home, not wanting to be associated with a convention that elevates Donald Trump or Ted Cruz.

Right now John is in a tight race for his Senate seat against Kelli Ward and Ann Kirkpatrick.  if he is smart he won't let Skanky anywhere near him.

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