It’s official: Palin’s daughter *IS* a slut

LOL. It’s too good to be true, and the Democrats need to make as big a deal about this as possible. No more being nice, because that’s not the kind of politics the Republicans play, and you can’t play nice with someone who wants to bloody your nose. Think back to the despicable Swift boat ad the Republicans allowed to be aired on their behalf.

Apparently McSame’s VP candidate DID give birth to her fourth child, which means she just made really, really questionable decisions during the process, which should demonstrate why we don’t want her leading this country. Because now her teenage daughter *IS* pregnant, which should demonstrate why abstinence-only education is a Bad Idea.

In regards to Palin and her decision to decline medical attention while she was supposedly leaking amniotic fluid around half the country in order to see a doctor in a podunk town in Alaska, Kaphine had an interesting theory: She WANTED her child (who she knew was going to be born with Down’s Syndrome) to miscarry or be born dead, because then it would be “God’s will” or some other load of hogwash that allows her to continue to not allow her to not take responsibility for her own decisions. It makes a lot of sense. And makes her a really, really frightening choice for VP.

I bet McSame is wishing he had vetted the choices a little better now. LMAO.

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~ by realsupergirl on September 1, 2008.

8 Responses to “It’s official: Palin’s daughter *IS* a slut”

  1. Man, I have been reading nothing but stuff on this story all day- it’s better than soaps! The other theory going around is that Trig *is* Bristol’s baby, and that she got pregnant again right after (timing works out to there being about a month between birth of Trig/conception of BP’s current pregnancy- a stretch, but plausible).

    Interestingly, the babydaddy’s sister had a public MySpace profile until about an hour ago with pictures that seem to have indicated that BP was looking pregnant over the winter.

    Can you imagine if McSame did get elected at this point? There is something very seriously wrong with the people of this nation if that happens after all this. And I love that the Obama campaign isn’t touching it with a 10-foot-pole. I’m glad they recognize that they don’t have to do *anything* to make them look more foolish.

  2. It’s an interesting story, but I take some exception at your tone. I think you might be a bit upset to see a blog post titled “It’s official: Chelsea Clinton *is* a slut” — and just because the Republicans would happily print such a thing doesn’t, in my mind, justify your use of it, even in an ironic way.

  3. Well, of course. My title offends me, as well. But the point of my blog post was to demonstrate that the Democrats need is to fight back, and fight back dirty, because after twenty years of following elections in this country I have concluded that this is the only way to win in this country. Sad, but true. The Democrats continue to take the high road, and mostly come out losing because of it, while the foundations of our country erode.

  4. Fight back, yes. Stare into the abyss and descend into the muck to become what we despise, no. Fighting hard does not necessitate or equate to fighting dirty.

  5. Oh, and I think McCain’s vetting team didn’t miss any of this. I am not at all convinced any of this is going to hurt them. In fact, I wonder if all the noise isn’t serving as a smokescreen to mask and distract from the real stuff like this or “Troopergate” or something else that hasn’t come to light because of the noise around “Babygate”.

  6. Well, word is that McSame met her for the first time six months ago, and never met with her in person to discuss the VP possibility. His selection makes him look awfully flipflippy to moderate Republicans, who were already pretty lukewarm on him. Clearly, he made his choice – he thinks he has a better chance of winning by trying to appease the religious wackjobs in his party than the fiscal conservatives. But some of those latter people may in fact wind up going for Obama, esp since the Republicans have been anything by fiscally conservative for the past 8 years, which has not been lost on many moderate voters.

    I think the move reeks of desperation. I think McSame knows this election is all but lost.

  7. I’m not so sure. As awful she is as a candidate, she has some very critical things going for her:

    1) She’s pretty. Whatever we do, we must never, ever forget that being photogenic and telegenic is critical to winning an election in this media-saturated environment. Stand her next to McCain and suddenly nobody’s looking at him.

    2) The fuss over her and her family has the twofold benefit of immediately and completely redirecting the media’s attention from Obama while garnering significant sympathy from the “flyover” states in the midwest. She’s a working mother with a troublesome teen daughter, a son headed off to war, and a baby with significant health problems. You don’t think there aren’t a lot of people out there who aren’t going to identify with that and be sympathetic?

    Yes, both are superficial and have nothing to do with what we think are the important policy issues. But the past two elections have proven to me that the American voter doesn’t vote intellectually and rationally, they vote emotionally. They vote on intangible “values” not on statements of policy. They vote for the person who “looks presidential”, not the person who has the best plans and policies.

    Just because the powers that be in the Republican Party are evil, conniving monsters doesn’t mean they’re not smart. Choosing Palin was a very calculated move. They knew exactly what they were getting into. And while I do think it’s a big risk, it’s a gamble that I’m starting to think won’t necessarily hurt them as it initially seems.

  8. I too have worried aloud and to myself about the beauty queen factor.

    Never underestimate the power of American stupidity.

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