Friday, October 03, 2008

Gov. Palin: you go all the way and we support you!

The liberal media is the liberal media, but we support you, Governor Palin, the future VP of the US of A!

Meanwhile, ah, the liberal media. Hardy-ha-ha. They write that Thursday's debate failed to alter a trajectory that has favored the Democratic ticket, while they write in big letters that "polls" after the debate favor the old guy, Biden.

That's bonk, friends. Polls favor the pretty lady and she's got my vote over some rich old white guy any day.

"Viva la Barracuda!"sounds good to us and we will be voting on election day.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I hate the "USA, USA, USA!!!!" flag waving, bible-thumping, "kick-ass" attitude that Bush, and now McCain/Palin epitomise.

When Palin speaks of "Joe Six-Pack" Americans, it conjures up the image of the "BUBBA" Americans...the most bigoted, ignorant, undereducated, opinionated, intolerant group of people in the country.

That's why I'm for Obama/Biden.

They have diplomatic skills, they know how to govern, they know how to dialogue, they know how to control the enconomy...they know how to avoid wars.

I can't iamgine anyone (except an ignorant "Bubba", thowing away his vote on Palin because she's somehwat attractive.
If people would vote her into office just for her looks, this country is in a whole lot worse shape that I thought.

I'm pro-life, but that's not my only issue. To read some people's comments, it's like that is their only issue. That's sick.

palin's ex said...

JP-don't post comments when people use vulgar words like a--. This guy needs to be warned. He reacts any time mention is made of votes for the good guys and then he trashes Bible Christians and southerners which is hateful and offensive to young readers. He might be a freak so watch out.

Anonymous said...

I am a priest in a parish; I see first hand the financial burdens my people are carrying, unable to pay for gasoline, losing their jobs, their savings, their homes, losing their children to an immoral and unwarranted war. I am, of course, prolife as well, but you know what: that was the ticket for Reagan, Bush Sr. and Jr, and guess what? We still have abortion, so they've been lying to us and misleading us about that for years. Sen. McCain is a noble man, but so firmly entrenched in this administration's policies that to vote for him would be a continuation of the past eight disatrous years. Gov. Palin is a loose cannon who is no more ready to step into the VP position than I am. Slamming the 'liberal' press is as irresponsible as not calling the 'conservative' press to task for their misleading statements. They've lied to us about Iraq, Pakistan, Abu Grab, torturing prisoners, the stock market; they have thrown the Geneva Convention and the American Constitution in the trash. This country is in such a mess right now, thanks to Bush and his cronies that I could never, in conscience, vote for a continuation of the same.

Anonymous said...

God Bless you, Father, for telling the 100% truth about the past 8 years, and about the party that has all but ruined our country.
To vote for these people (McCain/Palin) would be to continue the disaster of the last 8 years of Bush/Cheney.
Considering the tremendous national deficit, the collapsing economy, two or three misguided and unnecessary wars we are now involved in...who in their right mind could cheer for McCain/Palin who will bring us all more of the same and much worse?!!!

Tom said...

I doubt that you are a priest - only a fool who scrawls out messages that are contrary to the teachings of the church and hides as an "Annonymous Contributor".
There is no greater sin, no issue more pressing than the right to life issue. If you vote for Obama -Biden, you are committing a mortal sin.

“Laws which authorize and
promote abortion and euthanasia are therefore radically opposed not only to the good of the individual but also to the common good; as such they are completely lacking in authentic juridical validity. Disregard for the right to life, precisely because it leads to the killing of the person whom society exists to serve, is what most directly conflicts with the possibility of achieving the common good. It is impossible to further the common good without acknowledging and defending the right to life,..." Pope John Paul II