Oh noes! Not Palin!

Now watch the left get their panties in a wad. Because Sarah Palin polls at 44% in a matchup with Barack Obama. That’s according to a new McClatchy-Marist poll.

What does the new poll mean?

Depends on who you ask.

If you ask me — you did ask me, didn’t you? — it means that almost as many people hate Barack Obama as hate Sarah Palin. Now, I can’t tell you why they hate Sarah Palin. They can’t either. Ask them, and they go, “Palin!!! Arrggghhh!! She’s … (spit) … (slobber) … (mumble) … and Dan Quayle in a skirt!” Or something like that.

They’ve been programmed to hate her. So they do.

What else it means is that the programming isn’t taking. Remember all that “Bush is evil” programming that people were spewing a while back. It’s calmed down among most. Oh, sure, some still blame Bush for the economy, 9/11, and Pearl Harbor. Because stupid people have a way of living way too long and not shutting the hell up. But the “Gosh, I sure miss George Bush” sentiment is growing.

Palin is no Bush, but …

Palin is no George W. Bush, but the “Hate Palin” programming is starting to wear off. Like in Dollhouse, where Echo didn’t respond to imprints and wipes like they expected. Voters are turning Echo.

The poll also means that the left-wing media is about to go all out assailing Sarah Palin as … well, whatever it is they’ve been told to say about her now.

And here’s what it all means: while they’re attacking Palin, they aren’t quite as focused on Perry or Romney or Bachmann or Cain or whoever else is supposed to be in the crosshairs.

And that’s a good thing.

Once again, we must say it. Come on. Say it with me. “Thank you, Sarah Palin.”

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Dealing with Dave

Alaska Governor Sarah Palin should declare victory and stop the game. In the battle with David Letterman, she’s had her say. She’s ahead. If she ends the game now, she wins.

What former late-night comedian David Letterman — he used to be a comedian; now he just plays one on TV — said about her and her daughter (whichever one he thought he was talking about) was in bad taste. Everybody knows it.

Heck, even the National Organization of Women has criticized Letterman for what he said. The NOW doesn’t normally take sides with conservatives. And, true, they haven’t so much agreed with Governor Palin as they have come down against Dave.

I expect that Governor Palin will drop it now. If Letterman keeps it up, he looks worse and worse.

But what about the little people? You know? Me? You? That guy watching you from behind the bushes over there? What do we do?

There have been many suggestions. One I’ve heard a lot is … Boycott Dave!

That’s just silly. Me threatening to stop watching Letterman would be like me threatening to stop beating my head in with a brick; I can’t stop doing what I don’t do. And I suspect that’s true for many other conservatives.

Letterman was funny a long time ago. But, he’s not now. Well, not funny enough to stay up and watch. Not even funny enough to schedule on the TiVo. Red Eye is. Letterman isn’t.

Another thing people are suggesting is to petition CBS to fire Letterman.

To quote Hank Hill: “That’s just asinine!”

We are conservatives. We’re the grown-ups. We don’t do like the left does and demand that some so-called entertainer be fired. Don Imus has said a lot worse than “nappy-headed ‘ho’s,” but it was the left that demanded he be … and got him … fired over that little comment.

So, what do we do?

It’s simple.

To deal with an attention-whore, you ignore them.

So, ignore Letterman. Quit criticizing him.

He’s now a joke. And not in a good way. He’s a parody of what he used to be. He’s now a punch line.

So, if you mention him at all, there are a couple of ways to do it.

One is to refer to him in the past tense. Like, maybe: “Ah, Letterman. I remember him. He was funny a long time ago. Whatever happened to him?”

Another thing to do would be when someone cracks an unfunny (or even offensive) joke, say something like “Wow, you could write for Letterman” or “You’re a real David Letterman, there, you know.”

But don’t go out of your way. If possible, don’t mention him. Don’t talk about him. Don’t tweet about him. And, for goodness sakes, don’t blog about him. That would be a complete waste of space.

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Presidential Election Prediction Talk

Since everyone under the sun, it seems, is predicting the election outcome and its fallout I am compelled to do the same.

Daring anyone to prove me wrong….. I predict that:

  1. Our new President-elect will be male, human and over 35. It will be person who spent a significant portion of their younger years in Asia. Possibly, just possibly even a natural born American citizen who has lived on American soil for 8 or more years.
  2. Our new Vice President-elect will have at the same number of X chromosomes as there are syllables in their day-by-day nicknames. Furthermore this individual will be a parent to multiple children, one serving in the armed forces.
  3. In no particular order, McCain and Obama will easily be the top two vote getters.
  4. Bob Barr (Libertarian) will be a distant but respectable third.
  5. The advanced alien life forms who manipulate us at their whim will have a good laugh in their giant hidden sub-ocean outposts. Admittedly this one will be the hardest to verify.
  6. People will be glad this crap is over until they realize it never… really… is.
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McCain on SNL: QVC

The plates!

The Ayers freshener!

Funny stuff.

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It’s okay to hang Sarah Palin

I’m sure you’ve seen the stories about the house out in Hollywood that decorated for Hallowe’en by putting up an effigy of Sarah Palin … hanging by the neck.

Some have criticized the display, demanding it be taken down. Others don’t like it, but say it’s all in fun. And then there are those that wish it was really Sarah Palin hanging there.

Me? I’m a supporter of Gov. Palin, and I think the display of her being hung is … perfectly fine.

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How the media view Bill Ayers

How the AP sees Bill Ayers:

How Bill Ayers really looks:

Bill Ayers desecrates the U. S. flag

The AP’s Douglass K. Daniel wrote that GOP vice-presidential candidate Gov. Sarah Palin made comments that “carried a racially tinged subtext” when she said that Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama “palled around with terrorists.”

Gov. Palin brought out the fact that Obama is buddies with a terrorist. The AP said that comment is racially charged. I guess the fact that the terrorist is White is completely lost on the media.

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Stupid hippies will believe anything

No, this is not an appeal to urge you to vote for McCain/Palin.

Although you should.

Rather, it’s about the Website VoteForTheMILF.com, which some said was a domain owned by JohnMcCain.com.

It wasn’t. And isn’t. Owned by the McCain campaign, that is.

For the uninitiated, a “MILF” is a term popularized by the movie, American Pie. It means, “mom I’d like to …” well, go here if you really must know … but I suspect you get it by now.

Anyway, GovGap.com claims that the McCain campaign owns the domain name.

Got pictures, screenshots, and everything.

And plenty of left-wingers jumped all over it.

The Washington Post, Crooks and Liars, FireDogLake, and others.

Of course, they’re wrong.

The whole thing was a prank. Rial F. Sloan of Chattanooga, who runs n00tz.com, confesses all.

Personally, I thought it was hilarious.

If the McCain camp had registered it, I think it would have been a good move; they’d have kept it out of the hands of evil-doers. You know. Democrats.

But the McCain camp didn’t do it. Some geeky guy in Chattanooga did it.

And the left fell for it. Hook. Line. Sinker.

Silly hippies.

[Hat tip: William Teach at Pirate’s Cove and McCain Blogs]

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Shocking video of Palin being blessed by African “witch hunter” has surfaced . . .

Reportedly, he has bagged at least one . . .

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Washington D.C. trendsetters . . .

First we had the Palin hairdo at the RNC convention, and now Speaker Pelosi rolled out a new hairdo for her big day failing miserably at getting a bailout bill passed . . .

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EXCLUSVE: Embarrassing Palin gaffe caught on film at Florida rally . . .

Via Rachel at pereiraville.com

No, it wasn’t her sweating like a dyslexic on countdown (maybe SarahK wasn’t just whining about the heat all those years) . . .

It was this . . .

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