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 Post subject: Re: McCain let's his dog out
PostPosted: Mon Oct 13, 2008 3:47 pm 
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McCain now finds himself having to cleanup after his pet, Sarah the pitbull. She has gotten many in her party riled-up, sort pack-mentality like, making comments that suggest violence.

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And she does like expensive clothes, which the RNC has paid for!

RNC appears to shell out $150K for Palin fashion

There's more! Palin charges the state of Alaska huge amounts for her children to go with her to events, even if they're not invited. They stay in luxury hotels (Ritz-Carlton room at $200+ a night). If she becomes VP...well, do the math as a taxpayer. Jackie Kennedy once said that she didn't wear sable underwear, but I think Sarah Palin does.

Alaska Funded Palin Kids' Travel

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In January, the governor, Willow and Piper showed up at the Alaska Symphony of Seafood Buffet, an Anchorage gala to announce winners of an earlier seafood competition.

"She was just there," said James Browning, executive director of Alaska Fisheries Development Foundation, which runs the event. Griffin said the governor's office received an invitation that was not specifically addressed to anyone.

When Palin amended her children's expense reports, she listed a role for the two girls at the function _ "to draw two separate raffle tickets."

In the original travel form, Palin listed a number of events that her children attended and said they were there "in official capacity helping." She did not identify any specific roles for the girls.

In July, the governor charged the state $2,741.26 to take Bristol and Piper to Philadelphia for a meeting of the National Governors Association. The girls had their own room for five nights at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel for $215.46 a night, expense records show.

Expense forms describe the girls' official purpose as "NGA Governor's Youth Programs and family activities." But those programs were activities designed to keep children busy, a service provided by the NGA to accommodate governors and their families, NGA spokeswoman Jodi Omear said.

In addition to the commercial flights, the children have traveled dozens of times with Palin on a state plane. For these flights, the total cost of operating the plane, at $971 an hour, was about $55,000, according to state flight logs. The cost of operating the state plane does not increase when the children join their mother.

The organizer of an American Heart Association luncheon on Feb. 15 in Fairbanks said Palin asked to bring daughter Piper to the event, and the organizer said she was surprised when Palin showed up with daughters Willow and Bristol as well.

The three Palin daughters shared a room separate from their mother at the Princess Lodge in Fairbanks for two nights, at a cost to the state of $129 per night.

The luncheon took place before Palin's husband, Todd, finished fourth in the 2,000-mile Iron Dog snowmobile race, also in Fairbanks. The family greeted him at the finish line


Uh...when did she take time out to give birth? :?

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Palin Clothes Spending Has Dems Salivating, Republicans Livid

After she goes back to Alaska, maybe the RNC will auction off these expensive clothes with the proceeds from the highest bidder going to charity. Yeah, right... :roll:

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Palin says she considers herself intellectual

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NEW YORK (AP) — Does vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin consider herself intellectual? You betcha!

"And you have to be up on not only current events, but you have to understand the foundation of the issues that you're working on," Palin said in an interview with People magazine. "You can't just go on what is presented you."

Although Palin didn't name a single newspaper or magazine when CBS News anchor Katie Couric asked where she got her information, the Alaska governor told People that she has always been a "voracious reader" and named reading — anything from biographies to historical works — as her favorite thing along with her children and sports.

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Palin said if she and husband Todd had had a sixth child, they had already picked a name for a boy joining siblings Track, Bristol, Willow, Piper and Trig.

"I always wanted a son named Zamboni," she said.


Zamboni means you're an intellectual?!?

She is so intellectual that she doesn't realize that 40+ mothers are much more likely to have Down Syndrome offspring, but it might be some silly liberal doctor's propaganda. Someone becoming a grandmother has ZERO business having more children. Since she believes in abstinence only it's time for Todd to find himself other relief. I wonder when she had her affair if there was no contraception!

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We can only hope that the guardian and his pet project start attacking each other.
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"When you see the two of them together, the chemistry is just not there. You do wonder, is John McCain starting to blame her for things? Blaming himself? Is she blaming him?"

The pitbull with lipstick might as well get all the doggy sweaters she can out of this deal.

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I did a little research into "Zamboni." This chick has spent just too much time at hockey rinks. The appropriation of a surname for a given name is just trailer trash dumb when the name isn't in the family tree.


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An ice resurfacer is a truck-like vehicle used to clean and smooth the surface of an ice rink, originally developed by Frank J. Zamboni in 1949 in the city of Paramount, California. Frank J. Zamboni & Co, Inc. and other companies manufacture ice resurfacing machines. Zamboni is a federally (U.S.) and internationally registered trademark, though the term is often used as a generic colloquialism for ice resurfacing vehicles.

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Not only off leash, but out of control. Foaming at the mouth. Might be time for the dog catcher to kennel her.

McCain Faces Internal "Palin Insurgency"
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Four Republicans close to Palin said she has decided increasingly to disregard the advice of the former Bush aides tasked to handle her, creating occasionally tense situations as she travels the country with them. Those Palin supporters, inside the campaign and out, said Palin blames her handlers for a botched rollout and a tarnished public image -- even as others in McCain's camp blame the pick of the relatively inexperienced Alaska governor, and her public performance, for McCain's decline.

"She's lost confidence in most of the people on the plane," said a senior Republican who speaks to Palin, referring to her campaign jet. He said Palin had begun to "go rogue" in some of her public pronouncements and decisions.[...]
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