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The little lady just won't go away



How the little lady loves not only media attention, but loves blaming everything, and everyone for losing her spot as Vice-President. I bet she stays up nights trying to find ways to get her mug on TV and the internet.

How does she find the time to attend to Alaska's affairs, such as the volcano that's about to erupt, when she's constantly out trying to made news in her little high heel shoes?! This volcano thing and Palin, kind of remind me of the time when Boo-oosh and Mc-Lame were eating tasty birthday cake and toasting each other with champagne, as 100's were starving and drowning during Katrina!! She also reminds me of EX President Fox of Mexico. As President of Mexico, the man and his Hilary Clinton wannabe, spent his entire term traveling the world; he in his leather cowboy boots, and her with her little pearl necklace around her neck, while the people were, and still are, starving to death, and dying due the killer RATS. One would never believe she has soooo many children, including a baby who needs so much contact with his mother.

Wasn't this the woman who CONSTANTLY tried to make us all believe Obama was a TERRRRRORIST?!!! Well, now she weaseled her way into the big time VIP's dinner in Washington. Why? Because President Obama will be there! Palin said. "And how often will I have an opportunity to have dinner with the president? I will take up that offer to do so."

What a ruthless, hypocritical woman!



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ayoub
Jan. 30th, 2009 11:01 pm (UTC)
I despise her...
playgirl
Jan. 30th, 2009 11:18 pm (UTC)
tart
She's your typical back stabbing tart, who has winked herself up the political ladder. She's all winks and you betcha's, and that's it!

I thought I wouldn't have to look or listen to her anymore, after Obama won. Not so. Every single time I turn on my TV, there's -Here's Johnny...er Palin!

She makes me sick!
p0stmdrnpr1mt1v
Jan. 30th, 2009 11:59 pm (UTC)
I wish people would stop feeding her ego and political aspirations by talking about her.
playgirl
Feb. 9th, 2009 04:34 am (UTC)
I feel we have to keep an eye on her.
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daddy
Jan. 31st, 2009 12:22 am (UTC)
When are you gonna get off thos hate?
Your Messuiah is in the white house, and he is screwing up royally but all you can do is bash Bush and palin, You have truly become a Moveon.org Koolaid drinker.

WHY dont you look at your own savior and see where he is screwing up, and lying to the people. I purposely passed commenting on your last tirade but I could not let this pass.

You best be reading about his PORK bill that he is trying to pass, and let Palin run Alaska. They are happy with her.

HAVE YOU ANY IDEA how much trash is in his so called stimulus bill? Its nothing but a Democrat pork barrel putting billions on give away programs to try and keep people in poverty.

God Help us! because Washington isn't gonna.
nawlins_penguin
Jan. 31st, 2009 04:42 pm (UTC)
Pathetic
It's either all or none for you, isn't it? The economy is sitting in the toilet, thanks to the regs and policies dictated by a inadequate administration, and all you want to do is toss spitballs around.

Must be lonely to be filled with all that hate.
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Re: When are you gonna get off thos hate? - playgirl - Feb. 9th, 2009 04:41 am (UTC) - Expand
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Re: When are you gonna get off thos hate? - playgirl - Feb. 10th, 2009 07:34 pm (UTC) - Expand
Re: When are you gonna get off thos hate? - daddy - Feb. 11th, 2009 03:06 am (UTC) - Expand
bakapooh
Jan. 31st, 2009 04:06 am (UTC)
She's had a taste of "fame" or in her case infamy and wants more. I think she and the now ex-governor of Illinois could have their own talk show and just talk about how everyone is mean to them and blame it on the media :)
playgirl
Feb. 9th, 2009 04:47 am (UTC)
Yeah, they both love blaming everyone for their woes.
uglyface2
Jan. 31st, 2009 06:12 am (UTC)
You're jealous.
playgirl
Feb. 10th, 2009 07:15 pm (UTC)
There are women who are brilliant out there. She sure isn't.
There are women who are beautiful out there. She sure isn't.

I have no need to be jealous of any woman alive, unless she's Angelina Jolie! :o)
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tigron_x
Jan. 31st, 2009 05:29 pm (UTC)
Except volcanoes aren't hurricanes in that they're extremely difficult to predict. With hurricanes, when you look at satellite imagery, it's looking right back at you; it's like an elephant in the room. While volcanoes can puff smoke for days, smack you around with tremors, and then go back to bed.

But, I'm sure she'll command the locals evacuated as soon as she gets the call from an expert in the matter.

And blaming Bush for Katrina is like blaming Bush for water being wet. New Orleans is way below sea level. The people were well aware of the incoming Cat. 4 hurricane. The governor, among other state officials, were well aware of the levees strengths and weaknesses for YEARS and did nothing, and they even saw what happened in 2004 to Florida. So, you want to put the people's neglegence and the State of Louisiana's neglegence in Bush's lap because the people and the State of Louisiana failed to act?

That's just ridiculous!

We entrust the President to handle certain affairs, but that doesn't exempt us from our own responsibilities of self-governance. In other words, having a President doesn't indemnify us of our own actions, inactions, or omissions.

Government is a tool be utilized by the people, not for it to hold everyone's hand as if we were all children incapable of governing ourselves.
nawlins_penguin
Jan. 31st, 2009 08:47 pm (UTC)
New Orleans has been around for over 300 years. It was, for at least half of that, the largest port in North America. To this day it is the number one port for imported coffee, steel, and plywood, among other commodities. It is also the number one port in export shipments of grain. Way below sea level is a poor description, and evidently one from someone who's never set foot within the confines of said city. The existence of the city never hinged on what was below sea level. Indeed, the oldest quarters of New Orleans did not flood.

Protection was never an issue until the short-sighted regulation of oil and gas companies allowed a systematic elimination and degradation of the natural storm buffers, in the form of barrier islands and estuary marshlands. That, sir, is managed at a federal level.

The levee and flood prevention system that the US Army Corps of Engineers designed, built and maintained, was never allowed approval or disapproval by the state or local governments. Besides that, the question of Katrina is not what the storm hath wrought, which was neglible and common wind-driven damage, but the immediate response of the federal government in a time of obvious need. The levees, approved and designed by the Corps, failed. Thousands of US citizens were in harm's way. FEMA, Homeland Security and the Bush administration dropped the ball. Period.

tigron_x
Feb. 1st, 2009 02:47 am (UTC)
Yes, thousands of US citizens were in harms way. Did Bush put them there? Did Bush keep them there?

No.

Bush reacted to the crisis by delegating the issue which turned out to be a bad call on his behalf. And I have no problem calling him out on that. It was a bad decision on his part. But to put the total blame on him for what the people experienced is completely assinine.

What the victims of Katrina experienced was of no fault of Bush. Not getting aid to the victims fast enough was in some part Bush's fault. But the State of Lousiana and the people of the state ultimately dropped the ball, not Bush. Bush put certain people in charge that scrambled to get aid to these people. And they handled it poorly. But, where was the proactiveness of the State and the people? It's their community, not Bush's. It's the people's responsibility to ultimately utilize government for their protection. And they failed to do so.

What I say here isn't to justify or idemnify Bush's short comings in the events of Katrina. But everyone wants to make Bush the scapegoat for what happened, and that's not right.

And Yes, I've been there on many ocassions, stalker. But whether someone was there or not, doesn't make New Orleans any less or more above sea level or less prone to flooding. So, let's try to stay on point here. The point being that due to New Orleans' sea level major flooding occured. Are you denying that major flooding occured?
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nawlins_penguin
Feb. 1st, 2009 03:52 am (UTC)
Stalker? Don't flatter yourself.

Again. I did not blame Bush for a disaster. The failure of the levees was a design and maintenance issue faulted to the Army Corps of Engineers. That is a factor that does not fall into "the people's responsibility", as we have no control over what the fed decides is an appropriate measure. They tell us it's safe, so do we assume they're wrong?

It was the Bush administration that faulted in responding to the immediate of a city in peril, assuming that delegation through bureaucracy would suffice. The response required priority and expediency, neither of which occurred. The president decided to get his information through channels, and not directly intervene in the process. I speak not of the clusterfuck that is the aid process. Aid is a convoluted machine, regardless of the management.

The fact New Orleans is below sea level has no bearing on how the city flooded. If the levee failed tomorrow, the outcome would be the same: a lake would rush in through that breach, like a tidal wave. Has nothing to do with sea level and everything to do with simple physics. Would you suggest the cities along the major rivers in the midwest flood because they're always in harm's way?


Finally, asking me the question "Are you denying that major flooding occurred?" You're lucky you're asking from a distance, because if you said it to my face, I'd have already knocked you across the room.

My home was affected. My neighborhood was flooded. I have many friends and family directed affected as well. Some who chose to stay behind. Some who've never been able to return. Have you been here since Katrina? How many citizens have you talked to, seeing they're a shell of their former selves? Have you walked through the neighborhoods, once vibrant with family life, now dormant and gray and flat? Have you held the hand of the old woman, crying because she'll not only never come back to New Orleans, but never have the place she called home? Half of my "people" can't come home.

Really, I don't give a happy, flying fuck what you believe happened in New Orleans. To you it's just someone else "asking for a handout" or "sucking up to the teat". South Louisiana persists for one reason: its people. I know this well, as my "people" have been in Louisiana for 200 years, watching industrialists ravage the hardwood swamps, carve canals into the wetlands, and decimate the resources around our lives, all with the blessing of the great federal government. So don't go throwing your horseshit about the "people" failing to help themselves. We help each other, and in this age it's even more so, cause there's no other show in town. Consider yourself blessed to not have to look at the empty spaces that stretch across the Gulf Coast and across my street.

And do New Orleans a favor: don't come back.

tigron_x
Feb. 1st, 2009 07:05 am (UTC)
Truth Hurts
My stalker comment was sarcasm, smart guy.

I can be just as much of an ass as you can be.

You wanted to be argumentative by bringing up assinine comments like, "evidently.. from someone who's never set foot.. blah blah."

You completely missed the point that areas below sea level are prone to flooding. That is simple physics, buddy! That's why the lake comes in when the levees fail, smart guy. "Sea level" depicting the elevation of the land with respect to surrounding bodies of water; it's a relative tool of measurement.

So, ffs, get your head out of your ass, and stop trying to guilt trip me or try to make me look insensitive because I think the people of this nation are the ones who are ultimately responsible for the actions, inaction, and omissions of their government; be it local, state, or federal. There is a saying, "People get the government they deserve."

Who the hell said you wanted a hand out? I certainly did not.

    "They tell us it's safe, so do we assume they're wrong?"


I don't know if some official said that or not; I'll have to take your word for it. But, from what I've gathered, the levees were only able to sustain Cat 2 or Cat 3 hurricanes. And if memory serves correct, Katrina reached Cat 4 status at some point before it hit you guys.

It was very well documented in 2004 that our region of the world is capable of experiencing powerful hurricanes, and that an influx of Cat 4, Cat 5 hurricanes are expected.

So if some government official says non-shalantly that the levees are safe, and I am one who can be affected by its failure, then I'm going to do my due diligence and ascertain as to the reasoning behind such a claim. Because when it comes to those levees failing, it was never a matter of "if" it was always a matter of "when," and everyone knew it! And everyone gambled with it. And they paid the ultimate price.

So, you can hate me all you want for saying that the people failed to act, but it's true.


    "The response required priority and expediency." "...assuming that delegation through bureaucracy would suffice." "...not directly intervene in the process."


Had it been enough, you probablly wouldn't be saying anything. However, you have the advantage of hindsight. So, everything you're pointing out here is highly debatable. Though, you might be right, Bush's direct involvement may have brought in relief sooner. But we will never find out, so it's moot to speculate.

And again, you can hate me all you like because I'm not going to put the suffering that Katrina victims experienced in Bush's lap because I find that the people could have taken precautionary measures that would have prevented the levees from failing, but the people failed to assume their utmost responsibility -- self governance.

Quo Warranto.
dlanor
Feb. 1st, 2009 05:46 am (UTC)
What a ruthless, hypocritical woman!
I think you need to ease up there a bit. She no longer is part of your world, why do you care what she does? She will be speaking all over the country for at least 2 years, she earned it, she will be doing it. I have not heard one other person complain of what she is doing.

Forget her, unless she comes to some West Texas backwater and builds a house next to yours, sends her giant Malmute dogs into your yard to attack your little puppies for lunch.

Or better yet, she stops on your street and demands that you come out and visit her, then maybe you could say, Please leave, I dance with another.
playgirl
Feb. 10th, 2009 07:22 pm (UTC)
Re: What a ruthless, hypocritical woman!
She sure is part of my world. She just won't go away!

On a happier note, I'm almost finished with my Romantic domain. I'll soon be posting all the topics it will contain.
chriswaterguy
Feb. 4th, 2009 07:26 pm (UTC)
I'm a little surprised that people are still talking about her. I'm hoping that the standard of political debate in the country vastly improves in the next 4 and 8 years (and it's begun already) and the candidates that get attention will be wise and competent candidates.
playgirl
Feb. 10th, 2009 07:25 pm (UTC)
Many of us are still thinking about her, because she continues to make sure to do something where the media will put her face on our TV's.

As for the detergent, I took your advice and have started using much less in the wash load. I'm now saving money, thank to you! :o)
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