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I thought this interview with Katie Couric was revealing. Katie asks Sarah a tough question.

Sarah says, "he recused himself" twice. that's all i could bear to watch.

darn. can't find the link right now.


[url=;_ylt=ApvP... Palin won't reveal her finances until after debate[/url]


WASHINGTON - Sarah Palin requested and received an extension of the deadline for revealing her personal finances, until the day after her only debate with Democrat Joe Biden.

The Republican vice presidential candidate received a four-day extension Thursday from the Federal Election Commission.

The federal financial disclosure report was initially due next Monday. Now, Palin has until Oct. 3, the day after her debate in St. Louis with Biden, the Democratic vice presidential nominee.

It goes on to say that like OMG the executive report is crazy complicated and like OMG they need more time to fill it out and so on. [img]rolleyes.gif" border="0[/img]

Sarah Palin just doesn't want Joe Biden being able to score points by examining her financial dealings, some of which surely would show ties to corporate backers of the Republican Party.


This is what is scary about Sarah Palin.

Sarah's Palling Around with Conspiracists


While many are pondering what exactly Sarah Palin’s approving radio comments on the birther issue and her subsequent “clarification” mean to her possible 2012 run, there is a more fundamental question: what does this bode for our democracy? The answer is this is yet another indicator that extreme is the new mainstream.

In a radio interview on the conservative Rusty Humphries show yesterday, the former 2008 Vice Presidential Republican candidate answered a question about her possibly using the President’s birth certificate as an issue if she ran again for office:  “I think the public rightfully is still making it [the President’s birth certificate] an issue. I don’t have a problem with that. I don't know if I would have to bother to make it an issue, because I think that members of the electorate still want answers." She continued: “I think it's a fair question, just like I think past association and past voting records -- all of that is fair game” She later deftly stated on Facebook that she never directly asked the President to produce his birth certificate or suggest that he was not born in the country. True, she only inferred it, when she could have done what both her running mate, John McCain, Rudy Giuliani and Ann Coulter all did—reject the lie.

Her careful elevation of a foundational conspiracy theory used by extremists to demonize the President as being everything from an illegitimate imposter to high office to a secret radical Jihadist Trojan horse warrants unequivocal condemnation and study from across the political spectrum—just as the horrendous anti-Bush 9/11 truthers do.

If you think that these detrimental wacky theories don’t have traction in this troubled decade of ours look at some recent polling numbers, or alternatively read the comments section that will invariably appear below this post. In a September analysis Public Policy Polling stated, “Is extremism becoming mainstream in 21st century American politics? Our latest national poll would seem to say yes- 35% [of] voters in the country either think that Barack Obama was not born in the United States or that George W. Bush intentionally allowed the 9/11 attacks to occur so that we could go to war in the Middle East.”

George Victor

Sarah for pres.!



Really Sarah - coulda fooled me!  Tongue out

Palin: I'm Not the Biggest Liar of the Year


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