Thursday, September 18, 2008

Crusade Against Sarah Palin Intensifies, Blood Feuds Escalate

Crusade Against Sarah Palin Intensifies, Blood Feuds Escalate
for 24-Hours of Propaganda

Within hours of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin being officially announced as John McCain's Vice-Presidential running mate, the Obama Campaign and their supporters have been searching for any possible angle in discrediting Palin.

First was Troopergate, which has thus far provided no damning evidence.

Then the Charles Gibson grilling on ABC News which attempted to paint Palin in a negative way with trick questions regarding "The Bush Doctrine".

Chevy Chase, iconic comedian and political heavyweight, called for Tina Fey to get tougher on the Alaskan Governor, "I'd like her to go even harder. I want her to decimate this woman. This woman, I can't believe there hasn't been more about it... It's just unbelievable to me this woman is actually running for vice president."

Pam Anderson knows a whole lot about "sucking it".

Pamela Anderson, Canadian and well-respected member of the political media establishment, "I can't stand her. She can suck it."

Russell Brand on jokes that were censored by MTV aimed at Palin, “I wanted to say she was forcing her teenage daughter to have a baby because she is so anti-abortion. But also, as a Republican, she is pro-execution so she is going to give her the electric chair for being a little sl*t. They weren’t keen on that one."

Political heavyweight and sometimes actor Matt Damon has a dim view on what America would face with a McCain Presidency, "You do the actuary tables, there's a one out of three chance, if not more, that McCain doesn't survive his first term, and it'll be President Palin. It's like a really bad Disney movie, "The Hockey Mom.' Oh, I'm just a hockey mom from Alaska, and she's president. "She's facing down Vladimir Putin and using the folksy stuff she learned at the hockey rink. It's absurd."

Barack Obama's campaign is doing its best to distance itself from Lindsay Lohan after she endorsed the Democratic candidate on her blog while calling Sarah Palin a "media obsessed homophobe." Lindsay wanted to be involved with the campaign by hosting events to attract young voters, but Obama's people have sadly decided to demur on the celebrity substance abuser vote. A top source in the Barack Obama team tells told the Chicago-Sun Times that "the actress ''is not exactly the kind of high-profile star who would be a positive for us.''
Given Lohan's past problems, plus ongoing brushes with controversy, I've learned the campaign quietly told the actress ''thanks, but no thanks,'' but in far more diplomatic terms."

Meanwhile, Palin's personal email account was hacked into, and according to residents of Alaska, a virtual army of Private Investigators, journalists, Democratic Party Operatives, and other highly-desirable vacationers have shown up in the State in the last week.

"It's really very obvious," said Scotchy Welch, a lifelong resident of Wasalia, Alaska, Palin's hometown. "Strangers look really strange up here. Guys running around with sunglasses, black suits and earpieces stick out like a ginger bear. The only hotel in town is usually filling up with hunters this time of year--you know, those bigwig executive types that come up with their own trackers and guides from out of town. This year all we got are these shiesty journalist and government types. It might put a real strain on our local economy if they don't get out of here soon."

In 1984, Palin won the Miss Wasilla Pageant beauty contest, then finished third in the Miss Alaska pageant, at which she won a college scholarship and the "Miss Congeniality" award.