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[Blunderov] Palin for president. Let there be lulz.

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[Blunderov]The sytem is intransigent. It must therefore be destroyed from within. Sarah Palin could do this. (I think Mc Cain was a fine choice for leader of the free world too.) I haven't made up my mind as to who the current worst possible loony might be. But whoever it is, I hope he or she becomes the next president. Srsly.

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Tina Fey's Sarah Palin Remarks Cut by PBS
Source: Pop Eater

Tina Fey's Sarah Palin Remarks Cut by PBS

By Zach Dionne Posted Nov 16th 2010 01:43PM


In a taped ceremony of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor on Sunday, PBS chopped recipient Tina Fey's remarks regarding Sarah Palin. Now an executive producer of the broadcast tells the Washington Post the move had nothing to do with politics.

"It was not a political decision," Peter Kaminsky says. "We had zero problems with anything she said."

Tina Fey thanked Sarah Palin for her own comedic success, referencing a recurring, dead-on impression on 'Saturday Night Live' during the 2008 election (pictured, below right). "I would be a liar and an idiot if I didn't thank Sarah Palin for helping get me here tonight," Fey said. "My partial resemblance and her crazy voice are the two luckiest things that ever happened to me."

Then she forged ahead to more brazenly anti-Palin territory: "Politics aside, the success of Sarah Palin and women like her is good for all women ... unless you're a gay woman who wants to marry your partner of 20 years -- whatever. But for most women, the success of conservative women is good for all of us. Unless you believe in evolution. You know, actually, I take it back. The whole thing's a disaster."

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[Blunderov] No doubt about it. What America needs now is a good, hard boner and who better to provide one than that Alaskan Lass? A deeply inserted mole, secretly operating on behalf of our insect overlords at /b/, explains why Amerika's survival depends upon Sarah Palin's sucessful election or failing that, comfirmation by the Supreme Court.

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Sarah Palin's 'America by Heart' sure to stir friends – and enemies

Sarah Palin's new book 'America by Heart: Reflections on Family, Faith, and Flag' goes on sale Tuesday. It arrives as Palin ponders a run for the presidency, drawing criticism from the right.

By Brad Knickerbocker [Bl. Lol! Oh, what a giveaway], Staff writer / November 21, 2010

Sarah Palin has a new book out Tuesday, and so far it’s fulfilled one of its main purposes: keeping her in the news.

QUIZ: How well do you know Sarah Palin? Take the quiz.

She compares Mitt Romney to John F. Kennedy and finds the former president wanting. She likes hunting (“I eat therefore I hunt”), “American Idol” judge Simon Cowell, and movies with "submersive moral messages," such as “Juno,” “Knocked Up,” and “The Forty-Year-Old Virgin.”

Not so much Levi Johnston (the father of then-teen daughter Bristol’s baby), John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign advisers, or the press – referred to as “the media beast.” [Bl. cf "internet hate machine] Then there’s “the shameful tendency on the left not simply to declare their opponents wrong, but to declare them evil.” [Bl. Sarah adheres strictly to the time honoured manners of harlots down the ages and would nevar point out a john's moral, or indeed physical, defects within earshot.]

Much of what leaked out about the book was posted on Gawker.com – at least until Saturday, when a federal judge ordered the excerpts scrubbed from the site as a copyright infringement. (Gawker retaliated with a page called “Sarah Palin Is Mad at Us for Leaking Pages From Her Book.”) [Bl. Normally Anonymous would take exception to this censorship of teh intarwebs but they seem all to be too busy fapping to pictures of Sarah and can't, therefore, be bothered right now. Is that 'electable or what? The mighty 4chan brought quivering to it's knees!]

According to publisher HarperCollins, Palin’s new literary effort “celebrates the enduring strengths and virtues that have made this country great,” [Bl. These virtues have not actually been located yet, although it is fairly certain that they do exist. Some say they a stashed somewhere in the Bekaa Valley. Others don't give even one single fuck] while “ranging widely over American history, culture, and current affairs.” [Bl. Sarah is a country girl at heart and when not slaughtering Grizzlies or abortionists, she likes to pick cherries. Oh, how we fapped.]

To fill out the 224 pages of personal and political philosophy,[Bl. Srsly.] there are “selections from classic and contemporary readings that have moved her – from the nation’s founding documents to great speeches, sermons, letters, literature and poetry, biography and even some of her favorite songs and movies.” [Bl. Thus appealing to faggots of every stripe and therefore shoo in for POTUS.]

On Tuesday, Palin begins what Politico.com calls “a book tour of 16 heartland cities.” That’s unlikely to include the Coop at Harvard Square. [Bl. Sarah don't afraid of anything. She prefers to tear the living hearts from abortionist chests and not to inhabit gay gentrification projects populated by mincing libtards.]

Elsewhere in Palinworld, the jibes keep coming – from the right as well as the left.

On the Larry King Live show to be broadcast Monday evening, Barbara Bush weighed in with a touch of snark. Here’s what the former first lady had to say about the former Alaska governor: “I sat next to her once. Thought she was beautiful. I think she's very happy in Alaska – and I hope she'll stay there.” [Bl. Sarah nevar sleeps. She is watching Russia from Alaska and gaining intelligence. Those commie bastards would be all over Amerika like a chlamydia at a beauty pagent if it wasn't for Sarah's vigilance.]

In a piece headlined “Why Sarah Palin Shouldn’t Run” (for president), conservative columnist Mona Charen writes that “Americans will be looking for sober competence, managerial skill, and maturity, not sizzle and flash.” [Bl. Missing the point. There are no sober Americans. Amerika is however, chockful of Americunts who are all for sizzle and flash. And fapping.]

“She compares herself to Reagan,” Charen writes of Palin. “But Reagan didn't mud wrestle with the press. Palin seems consumed and obsessed by it,[Bl. Mud wrestling should by rights be a fully recognised olympic sport. Sarah will make it happen if she is elected.] as her rapid Twitter finger attests, and thus encourages the sniping. She should be presiding over meetings on oil and gas leases in the North Slope, or devising alternatives to Obamacare. Every public spat with Dave Letterman or Politico, or the ‘lamestream media,’ or God help us, Levi Johnston, diminishes her…. She would be terrific as a talk-show host – the new Oprah. But as a presidential candidate? Someone to convince critical independent voters that Republicans can govern successfully? Absolutely not.” [Bl. Not a good argument. Any critical independent voters, assuming there really are any, will long ago have come to their own conclusions in this regard. The only remaining question is: who will generate the most lulz and drama?]

Matt Labash, senior writer at the conservative Weekly Standard, critiques “Sarah Palin’s Alaska,” the new “reality” TV show on TLC, as “all about self-love.” [Bl. Fapping is good. Sarah will make GDF shoot through the roof if elected.]

Watching last Sunday’s premier of the show “while clocking real-time reaction to it on Twitter,” Labash stands amazed at a forum “that has amplified Palin’s voice exponentially as she wages a one-woman guerrilla media campaign that seems to commandeer every other news cycle.” [Bl. Our Girl is a black belt troll who could trounce Ann Coulter without breaking a sweat.]

“But that’s what going rogue is all about,” he writes. “Letting it fly. Following your gut. Which has made Sarah Palin wealthy, and intensely discussed … And good for Palin if she’s happy following her gut. Though there’s no compelling reason to suggest the rest of us should tag along behind.” [Bl. Missing the point again. Voters are not interested in following Sarah's gut. They are however, very interested in following her butt as the loud fapping sound all over the Amerika will attest. Even Hitler would hit that. Elect Palin in 2012!]



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[Blunderov] Our Girl continues to shine. Her vice-like grasp of foreign policy, and sheer presidential quality, inform her every utterance:

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Palin: ‘Obviously, We’ve Got To Stand With Our North Korean Allies’

In recent days, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has hinted in her clearest language yet that she is seriously considering a run for the presidency in 2012. Many observers have argued that Palin could never win because of her embarrassing lack of expertise, knowledge, or interest in foreign policy. Her appearance on Fox News host Glenn Beck’s radio show today, captured by Oliver Willis, suggests they may be right:

CO-HOST: How would you handle a situation like the one that just developed in North Korea? <...>

PALIN: But obviously, we’ve got to stand with our North Korean allies. We’re bound to by treaty –

CO-HOST: South Korean.

PALIN: Eh, Yeah. And we’re also bound by prudence to stand with our South Korean allies, yes.

Read more: http://thinkprogress.org/2010/11/24/palin-north-korea /

[Bl.] Of course the armies of mincing libtard faggots that infest teh intarwebs raised a great shit storm, alleging  that Sarah's apparent confusion over North and South qualified her to be know forevermore as Sarah Failin - but the lulz are on them. Sarah knows very well that one slope looks much like another, and that splitting hairs about the exact species of noodle-nigger one is dealing with is a great waste of time. The most important thing is to have them bent over comfortably so that you can raep them later and take their oilz. It is well known that the worlds biggest reserves of Oil of Olay  are in North Korea and that there are significant resources of petroleum jelly in the South. Why lose out on either by taking sides? Now that would be FAIL. This is Vision on a the grand scale.

It remains only for Sarah to choose Chuck Norris as her running mate and we will have the Dream Team for 2012. Send monies now!

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[Blunderov] The new dream team for 2012 emerges - forget Chuck Norris: Trumpster and Strumpet is the ticket.  With Palin at his side there can be no doubt that the Donald would provide a non-stop lulz fest of epic proportions. Trump/Palin 2012. Make it real people!

http://news.theage.com.au/breaking-news-world/trump-outlines-his-policies-20110429-1e0ue.html

Trump outlines his policies

Steve Friess
April 29, 2011 - 8:24PM .

Donald Trump says that if elected president he would levy a 25 per cent tariff* on all Chinese goods, occupy Iraq so America can keep its oil and charge South Korea for keeping US forces there.

The colourful and mega-rich US real estate mogul is not yet officially a candidate for the 2012 Republican race to oust Barack Obama, but he increasingly looks like one.

In a fiery and obscenity-laced address to a cheering crowd of more than 1,000 Republicans in Las Vegas on Thursday, Trump said he will decide by June 1 whether to run for the GOP nomination to oppose Democrat Obama.

But he sounded like a candidate as he ticked off attack after attack on Obama and several nations around the world whom he believes are mistreating the United States.

"What China's really done is manipulate their currency," he said, rehearsing an anti-China argument seen in recent media appearances before the packed crowd here, in a nascent Trump stump speech.

"They are abusing this country like we've never been abused before. Well, unless you count OPEC. They want to raise the price of oil. Why? Because we have nobody in Washington to say: 'You're not going to raise that ... price'."

Trump, 64, has emerged in polls as a serious prospect from among a weak Republican field despite the fact that the political establishment and pundits generally do not take him seriously.

Recent polls have shown him ahead of both Mike Huckabee and Mitt Romney, former governors of US states who ran in 2008.

"I'm going to make a decision very soon," said Trump, whose company develops hotels, resorts and office complexes and who helms the reality TV show The Apprentice.

"I have a great life, I love my life. I'd have to give a lot of stuff up, but it's peanuts compared to what this would be. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised."

The "Draft Trump" event was held at the gambling mecca's Treasure Island Hotel-Casino by several Republican women's groups from the region, although the ballroom was donated by the resort's owner and Trump friend, Phil Ruffin.

It began with a series of patriotic songs and took on a bit of a carnival atmosphere as Trump impersonator Robert Ensler snapped photos with audience members.

The speaker's frequently salty language amused the crowd, including 72-year-old Yolanda Smith of Henderson, Nevada, who believes Obama is a Socialist.

"He doesn't do any political b.s.," Smith said. "He was real and he speaks to America the way America talks to each other. I felt like he was talking to me today."

The talk came a day after Obama released his birth certificate, a move that Trump took credit for because he had been pushing the issue of whether the president was a natural born US citizen and thus eligible to hold the office.

Trump crowed about that in Las Vegas, too, wondering why Obama did not release it sooner instead of putting "this country through all this turmoil".

Trump took repeated shots at China, and marvelled over Obama hosting Chinese leader Hu Jintao for a state dinner earlier this year, saying: "When people are screwing you, you don't give them a state dinner."

"Here's what happens if I'm there. We sit down in my office for a few hours and we make a deal where they stop manipulating the currency. If we make a deal, maybe we give them a state dinner.

"If they don't make a deal, they take McDonald's and go home."

Trump also mocked NATO's effort to protect rebels in Libya attempting to overthrow strongman Muammar Gaddafi. In a typical quip, he bellowed: "And who's the leader of the group? France.

"France! They wanted to go in first. We haven't seen them since."

The businessman also trained his fire on the decision by former US president George W. Bush to invade and occupy Iraq, saying that "the smart people weren't in charge".

Yet he expressed concern that when the United States pulls out, Iran will take over Iraq and enjoy the bounty of its oil.

"In the old days, when you had a war and you won the war, it was yours," he said.

"Now, when we have a war, we spend all that money and lose all those lives and then we leave. What do we do this for?"

© 2011 AFP

*[Bl.] Already making wit teh lulz. Trump has his clothing line manufactured in China but what the liberal faggots who squeak about this don't realise is that his strategy gives him a competitive edge over the Chinese who are complete retards because they have invested so heavily in American debt. Teh Donald is a black belt economist and will kick the shit out of those slant-eyed noodle niggers! Send monies today.

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Self serving shameless self promoters; fascist dictators; big business - who know, they all have something in common.

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Source: The Economist
Author: Lexington
Date:2011.04.20



Just when you thought American politics could not become more bizarre

IN AMERICAN politics, as at the theatre, it can help to suspend your disbelief. That helps you to entertain even the most improbable of possibilities, such as the possibility that Donald Trump, TV showman and property billionaire, really intends to seek, and may actually win, the presidency of the United States. There is, certainly, no questioning the putative candidate’s own gargantuan self-belief. In recent weeks he has left interviewers slack-jawed with amazement as he throws out his thoughts on how he would behave as president. In Libya, for example, he would have intervened only if America could keep its oil afterwards. “In the old days,” he reminisced, “when you have a war and you win, that nation is yours.”

You think such a man could not be president? Stifle that disbelief! An NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll at the beginning of this month suggested otherwise. When Republican and Republican-leaning primary voters were asked whom they would favour as a presidential nominee, Mr Trump scored 17%, sharing second place with Mike Huckabee, ahead of Sarah Palin and not impossibly far behind Mitt Romney, the front-runner, who was favoured by 21%. Since then his numbers have risen. A poll published on April 14th by Public Policy Polling put Mr Trump in the lead, with 26% to Mr Huckabee’s 17%.

Born in the USA, if nothing else

Like most of the Republican field, Mr Trump has not yet confirmed that he is a candidate. He says he may signal his announcement in the live finale of his reality-TV show, “Celebrity Apprentice”, which airs on May 22nd. But why shouldn’t he run? True, he claims to be happy and successful enough already (“I have fairly but intelligently won many billions of dollars”), and would far prefer to stand back if another “fantastic” candidate hove into view. Sad to say, none has done so yet. And America, after all, needs saving. Under its present management, laments Mr Trump (“our current president came out of nowhere”), it is sorely disrespected. It has become an international “whipping post” and “the laughing stock of the world”, jigged around by currency-manipulating Chinese and price-manipulating oil producers. When he is president, “We’ll be taking in hundreds of billions of dollars from other countries that are screwing us.”

Mr Trump has another big thing going for him. He was born in the United States, and he has the birth certificate to prove it, having paid New York the $38 required to have it sent to him. Until recently he thought that Barack Obama was born in America too, but now he is not so sure. Mr Trump has sent a team of investigators to Hawaii to look into the issue. But, in the meantime, he is positive that Mr Obama’s first book, “Dreams From My Father”, was written by Bill Ayers, the Vietnam-era terrorist. That book, after all, was “Ernest Hemingway-plus”, whereas the second book Mr Obama claims to have written, “The Audacity of Hope”, was plainly written by “someone much more average”.

Would it be unfair to attribute Mr Trump’s sudden popularity among Republicans to his sudden conversion to “birtherism”? There are certainly votes to be scooped up that way. More than a third of Republican voters do not believe that Mr Obama was born in America, and most conservative politicians are a little more restrained on the subject. A few, such as Michele Bachmann, try to have it both ways, saying on the one hand that they will accept the president’s word that he was born in Hawaii, while still implying on the other that there is room for doubt. But most steer clear of this canard for fear of looking foolish. (For the record, nobody needs to rely on Mr Obama’s word: the birth certificate has been posted online for all to see, and his birth was announced, at the time, in a local newspaper.)

Here, perhaps, is one secret of Mr Trump’s success so far. Though it is obvious that he is no fool, he has no fear of saying foolish things. People are used to it. Indeed, he seems impervious to criticism of almost any kind except of his remarkable hairstyle (or, the unkind aver, his hairpiece). At public meetings or in television interviews he brushes off boos, taunts and evidence with a supreme insouciance. He has little to lose by flirting with politics, and, when you think about it, rather a lot to gain.

No matter how he made his claimed billions, a part of his fortune depends now on his celebrity. Hence the appeal of another shot at politics. Outrageousness begets attention, being well-known helps you to run for president, and threatening to run for president makes you more famous still. As in the case of Mrs Palin, a whole sub-branch of psephology is now dedicated to figuring out whether Mr Trump is “serious” about running or merely burnishing his brand.

Now re-engage your disbelief. Polls taken this far before a primary campaign are notoriously useless. Mr Trump’s sudden good showing may say more about the weakness of the rest of the present Republican field than his own strengths. Though he has deep pockets, spending a fortune is not decisive in small states that take their caucuses and primaries seriously, such as all-important Iowa and New Hampshire. And trying to outflank them, like Rudy Giuliani in 2008, has proved a weak strategy.

Once serious Republicans take a closer look at Mr Trump, they are liable to be unimpressed. Like his party affiliations (he has in his time been a Democrat and a member of the tiny Reform Party as well as a Republican), his policy positions have meandered all over the place. In a book he wrote in 2000 while angling for the Reform Party nomination, he praised Canada’s single-payer health-care system. This is anathema to most Republican voters, who think Obamacare radical enough. In short, for all his undoubted entertainment value, there is virtually no chance of Mr Trump becoming president. Thank goodness.
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