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Who contributed to the $7 Trillion deficit????  

I am not getting the whole thing of this blame game. It seems we are all getting rapped up in this bubble of twisting facts. For the past week I  visited GOP sites  to  have a feel of  other people ‘s views  on issues, especially those who disagrees with me and my opinion.

Unfortunately, the reckless spending, Nazis, Hitler, Socialist, Death Panels, birthers, is all I got.

So I decided to go round and Interview all . My Question was, who  contributed to this deficit that seem to have shifted to animals that never played part in this share? My first stop was with the dogs.

Here are the answers I got. Enjoy. 

Dogs ( Non Political affiliates) they can go either way as long as they are treated well. Also If you sell yourself well they will give you a vote. I stopped by Mr What a f…k  just leave me alone. I am so disgusted with politics says the English Bull dog. His name was James.

English-Bulldogpepper_pug2_jpg_w450 Then I met Grand ma Lucy the pug above. She just shook her head. She is just so suprised how Americans forget that fast. She told me she was independent, and very disgusted with politicians.jakecropped

Well  Jake the dog says; ” Do not blame the dogs, We have nothing to do with the deficit. We kept warning these guys with their reckless spending on staged  Iraq war.” But both parties do not listen to independents, they only want our votes, but not our opinion. So screw them.

Ask Bullwinkle the Banks Customers.

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 Well I know dogs would pick on me because no one wants to turn them into stew, with the bull…t of selling me credit cards with high rates.

I wish I could rob the bank and then line up for federal funding, like the Bank officials did.

  “ask Rodrigo the ground hog: Immigrants

if it is not the dogs or Harriet the bullwinkle, then who created the $7 trillion deficit. Was it Rodrigo the ground hog ( Mexican Illegal Immigrants?

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Ground Hog :- Illegal Immigrants

Well Rodrigo the ground hog says:  “no way,do not blame.  I was hired to work on the farms and construction companies. I worked long hours, and my pay was close to nothing. My wife worked for the big elephant ( Mitt Romney) as  a baby sitter.  She baby sat baby elephants.Baby elephant  My cousin Pedro the hog worked for another elephant.

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The only crime I made was to cross illegally. But then i was caught working illegally, and was put in jail.

 I dug under the cells to try to escape but was caught and was deported . The proof is right here. The pic of me in prison.

ground hog no 2 caught 006Well, Although I was jailed and deported, I was hired by the same people who are puting blame on me. Mostly I paid my medical bills by cash. I was hired to build their homes and  to dig their garden , and leased me out at a high cost,  I was only paid $3/hour. So do not blame me for the Deficit . Ask the Wall street the bear, I saw most of them hanging out with my boss. The bear will give you answers.

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Here is what Wall Street the Bear had to say; “Well Do not blame me, I am just the lobbyst, I donate millions to politicians for their campaign, together we know how to swindle the nation. You can not blame us because we are just in business of the greed and rewarding ourselves hefty bonuses. We love it.

Proof is here my friends: http://www.forbes.com/2009/01/28/wall-street-bonuses-business-wall-street_0128_bonuses.html

And here : http://community.nytimes.com/comments/www.nytimes.com/2009/01/29/business/29bonus.html

But wait a minute, we do not do this by ourselves. This helps our dear  Self Righteous Elephant( GOP). Ask him. actually the big elephant did more damage to this country . The elephants were in power the past eight years, and yes we the bears worked with them to swindle this country. Apart from our heft bonuses, how about the war in Iraq? Was’nt  it staged by the elephants?

Check this out: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-925270800873130790

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The elephants  made very irresponsible moves, apart from going to bed with the wall street, he took us to war.

Here is what the Elephant  ( Chenney) had to say,  Wait a minute Bear the wall street, YOU HAVE TO DIE WITH A “NO“.

Cheney accuses Justice Dept of bending to politics in investigating terror interrogators

‘Gentle men’, says the elephant above; we know how to play the scare game. Let us blame all this mess on the Donkey. Trust me, he will not fight back. We have to paint him “NAZIS“, we have to call him “Hitler“, we have to paint him as a “SOCIALIST”,we also have to create a fake birth certificate, to prove that he is not a born US citizen. Paint him as a bad guy for this country. Make sure you vote “NO” to any bill he tries to bring forward. Paint him as a big spender. You will be amazed of how people will turn against him. Target the soft donkeys in both congress and senate.

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That is our game, to shift blame on others. Eventually, the deficit will be blamed on the donkey, and we shall be free, and back in power. Hurray!!!

With all the blame and name calling the donkey is keeping  it cool with a simple smile, taking one step at at time to clean up the mess created by the above culprits!!!!!!!

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Fiscal Conservative” Cut spending. Does this sound familiar?  Current GOP SONG????????????

Socialist, Hitler,Nazi and  many names  targeted at the the president who only took office on January 20 2009.. Shameful ,Shameful.

Below is comment from some one who is paying attention to politics.

George W Bush killed hundreds of thousands of people with his phony war in Iraq, destroyed the economy, ruled with arrogance and catered only to his “base” while lowering taxes for the wealthy. If a condemnation is in order then the “pastor” has much to choose from in the case of Mr. Bush and his record. However, since the pastor and Bush appear to be of the same political and faith based agenda, then the current President will continue to undergo further attacks by fundamentalist wackos”

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REMINDER FOLKS:

President Barack Obama was elected by the people. He won by landslide.

and on November 4, he warned us that the challenge is huge. After 7 months in office. we are seeing what President Obama warned about. How can we forget so fast what kept us all night to elect the person we all believed in and get sidetracked by the group of people who lost this election?

Are our memories that bad that we can forget that fast.  It is only 7 months, and if you let the people who destroyed this country for 8 years, make you believe president Obama is not doing a good job and claiming he is not an American. It’s a shame if we are believing the GOP BS.

It is only 7 m0nths President Obama has been in office. Give him chance Gentle men and ladies. He is an American just like yourself. Do not let our outer appearances dictate your brains.

Well this week was so weired.

A lot of hate talk from GOP cronies against President Obama, and any one who supports President Barack Obama’ agenda.

Hate  e-mails fying this week, starting from TV, Radio, and the internet.

1. New Jersey radio talkers are bashing Governor Jon Corzine 24/7, and pimping Republican candidate Chris Christie for governor New Jersey.
The only problem that is a big Oops!!! is Chris Christie is not offering any new ideas, of how he is going to reduce taxes in New Jersey. He copied every Corzine’s idea, and presented it as his. So in shot, I can say Republican candidate is a blank on new ideas. period.
2.The same radio station 101.5, is going on and on bashing President Obama’s health care reform. Even saying on air that they would like to punch Nancy Pelosi on her face.

That is cowardness and a sign of stupidity.
3. Kos also posted some hate e-mails. I encourage you to go read for yourself . Visit DailyKos.

Here are some hatred expressed by the GOP followers to kos:

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yeah just help keep the truth hiden – fuck you your a piece of shit i hope you choke today while you eating something – your a fucking traiter just like all the other state run media – fuck you you fucking fucktard OBAMA WAS BORN IN kENYA BITCH – HE IS A FRAUD JUST LIKE YOU!”

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Your site is garbage,hatred, venomous slime from the rejects in society.
You people think you can personally attack anybody you damn well please and don’t have to answer to it.
You all sit on your liberal asses all day just cutting up PEOPLE while the Republicans cut up POLICY.
Everybody knows the Code Pinkos, the hippie anti war protesters, the harrassment of our Marines. The ugly hateful signs carried by the left with President Bush as Hitler and wearing Nazi garb. And you think we are going to just let that be forgotten? Forget it.
And the Sarah Palin hanging last Halloween. Hmm, liberals thought that was funny.

LIBERALS/DEMOCRATS are going to lose SO BIG in 2010 . NJ becomes red when CORZINE moves out.
Virginia goes RED .Other races are looking very promising too so convince each other just ‘HOW BAD’ the GOP is when it is quite the opposite.
Everytime Obama opens his mouth, more bullshit runs out. The American people ALREADY GOT HIS LYING MESSAGE and are NOT INTERESTED in hearing anything about the NAZI HEALTH CARE bill.

By the time we are thru with Obama and his health care bullshit, his numbers are going be the 40’s and the worse he looks, the better Bush looks.

You people are the most hateful scumbags I have ever encountered online. GARBAGE with a MAGGOT infestation.

Obama sent his thugs. Now he set the stage for war. It takes 2 to fight a battle but one must fall. Let’s all sit back and watch the show. I do love WAR MOVIES. “

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May I just once more remind the American people including all republicans who are so hateful, resentiful for accepting that Barack Obama become the president of the united state by a ballot. He did not put himself in the white house. American people from all back ground, white, black, pink ,yellow, orange, purple, green, elected him through a ballot. VOTE.

Here is the reminder: He won with a landslide.

And he spoke to the hearts of every Americans, the young and the old, white and blacks, All people of this nation.

Where were the birthers, where were CNN critics, and were were the 101.5 radio talkers?

He won by a land slide. Yes people elected Barack H Obama. Time to move on and help move the country forward. We owe it to ourselves to move this country forward. Negativity will not help, wether you are a republican, Democrat or Independent, we have the  duty to improve the well being of  this  country that we all claim to love so much. Each one of us walking on the American soil must take responsibility.

This is the America people wished for, not the 1600  years ago America.


 

Does it mean American women is 49 states are proving themselves to be intangled into gender issues, than the most pressing issues in this country at this momnent? Well, folks open your eyes and see what the women close to Sarah are saying. He may be a reformer to you, but listen to the horses mouth.

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Alaska Women Rally Against Palin And Are Threatened


Sunday digest

Sept 14 2008

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McCain And Palin Proud of Iraq war. Is It a war really to be proud of?

During an August 5, 2007 GOP Presidential debate televised on ABC Television, John McCain stated that, “it’s naive to say that we will never use nuclear weapons.”  This objectively terrifying comment fell by the wayside as McCain plummeted in the polls and seemed an electoral afterthought after Giuliani, Romney and even Huckabee ascended as leading candidates.  Now that the maverick Senator from Grand Canyon country has risen from the ashes to stand as the Republican candidate for President, this statement assumes a new and exigent relevance to the American people.

Even the most cursory examination of McCain’s pathology clearly indicates that he is both practically and ethically predisposed to do so.  When asked about whether evil exists and, if so, how should it be addressed at the Saddleback Forum, John McCain answered without hesitation “yes” and “it must be defeated.”  Trust me.  He was talking in terms of military might, not effectual fervent prayer.  This is classic John McCain.  He tends to see things in black and white.  He has neither the time nor the patience for nuance.  As evidenced by the summary selection process by which he selected his running mate (not to mention his second wife Cindy), the former bomber pilot assesses the situation in short order and takes instantaneous action.  Factor in a temper so volatile that McCain’s fellow GOP Senator and longtime friend Thad Cochran felt compelled as a matter of conscience to warn the voting public of his volcanic demeanor and you can see disaster looming just over the horizon.  

Try as he may to assume the role of heir apparent to the Reagan legacy, make no mistake – McCain is no Ronald Reagan in matters of war and peace.  For all Reagan’s public bluster, his actions proved time and again that he was committed at his core to winning the Cold war through economic and ideological means.  In McCain’s case, it is just the opposite.  At his core, he is still at war with both himself and his former captors.  His attempts to dialogue about reconciliation with our enemies are at best strained.  Yet his eyes dance with a manic glee and he is never at a loss for words when discussing the success of the surge.  It is instructive to ask yourself how many times McCain has mentioned the word “war” while on the campaign trail.  Then ask yourself how many times he has uttered the word “peace” during this same period.  The result of this accounting is as lopsided as it is valid in predicting McCain’s bloody path as President.

As if this preexisting appetite for destruction wasn’t enough cause for concern, consider that the Bush administration has shepherded the development of a new generation of what they call “usable nukes.”  According to former UN Weapons Inspector Scott Ritter, these new weapons are far more limited in scope than their Cold War predecessors.  The existing policy governing their use provides that in the event of an imminent significant loss of American troops in the field, usable nukes may be delivered to stop advancing enemy forces.  As Ritter points out, the potential consequences of letting the nuclear genie out of the bottle are disastrous.  Our enemies would almost certainly retaliate in kind and we could expect the unthinkable – a nuclear attack on our nation’s soil.  To most Americans, the concept of usable nukes is oxymoronic at best.  To John McCain, this concept represents a more efficient means to achieve a swifter victory.  

Moving on to McCain’s better-half, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, we are presented with a commensurately combustible ingredient for our Armageddon goulash.  Despite the fact that this self-styled “pit bull with lipstick” has been portrayed as a paragon of Christian orthodoxy, Palin is steeped in a particular brand of end-times theology that views a nuclear holocaust as not only inevitable, but a fulfillment of God’s plan for Christ’s return.  Her pastor has spoken and written extensively on this topic, going so far as to proclaim that Alaska has a crucial role as a refuge for those believers caught up in the coming conflagration.  As an Evangelical Christian, I have met, confronted and ultimately walked away in abject disgust from far too many such types.  

Alaska Women Reject Sarah Palin Rally in Anchorage

Let me be clear – this cultic teaching has absolutely nothing to do with Christ’s call to his people to live in peace with their fellow man and love their neighbors as themselves.  Quite the opposite, it is little more than a cheap charade to justify all manner of nonsense from radical societal separation along racial lines to a cottage literary industry that has spewed forth reams of mediocre futuristic fiction.  Theology notwithstanding, it lends definition to Palin’s world view — a view that can be distilled down into the bumper sticker sloagan “kill’em all and let God sort it out.”  

The unpalatable truth that cries out for telling is that end-timers like Sarah Palin share a uniquely disturbing similarity with the most maligned factions in the Islamic community.  No less than Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has made it clear that he envisions a horrific conflagration with the West as the catalyst for raising the legendary “Twelfth Imam” out of the well in which he has been hiding for over a millennium.  Upon the Imam’s return, the world will be shown the true path of Islam and order will be restored.  The thought of two theological dead-enders like Palin and Ahmadinejad attempting to negotiate a peaceful outcome to the ongoing Iranian nuclear dispute is inconceivable.  More likely, they would end up locked in mortal combat to see which one of them could best hasten God’s will for the destruction of humanity.    

And in the mind of John Mccain as president is more wars

A McCain/Palin victory this November puts in play personal pathologies and theological imperatives that bring our nation closer to a nuclear holocaust than ever before.  Paraphrasing McCain’s own broadside to Barack Obama’s patriotism, American voters must ask themselves the following question: whether a McCain/Palin administration would rather win a war they are losing than avert nuclear annihilation of a significant segment of humanity.  In all honesty, I can’t answer this question in the negative with any degree of confidence.  And that is one among many reasons why I cannot in good conscience give them my vote.

 


Palin E-Mails Show Intense Interest in Trooper’s Penalty

By James V. Grimaldi and Karl Vick
Washington Post Staff Writers
Thursday, September 4, 2008; A27

 

EAGLE RIVER, Alaska, Sept. 3 — Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, the running mate for GOP presidential candidate John McCain, wrote e-mails that harshly criticized Alaska state troopers for failing to fire her former brother-in-law and ridiculed an internal affairs investigation into his conduct.

The e-mails were shown to The Washington Post by a former public safety commissioner, Walter Monegan, who was fired by Palin in July. Monegan has given copies of the e-mails to state ethics investigators to support his contention that he was dismissed for failing to fire Trooper Mike Wooten, who at the time was feuding with Palin’s family.

“This trooper is still out on the street, in fact he’s been promoted,” said a Feb. 7, 2007, e-mail sent from Palin’s personal Yahoo account and written to give Monegan permission to speak on a violent-crime bill before the state legislature.

“It was a joke, the whole year long ‘investigation’ of him,” the e-mail said. “This is the same trooper who’s out there today telling people the new administration is going to destroy the trooper organization, and that he’d ‘never work for that b****’, Palin’.)”

Asked about the e-mails, Palin’s campaign spokeswoman, Maria Comella, said that Palin was merely alerting officials to potential threats to her family and that there is no evidence that Palin ever ordered Wooten to be fired.

“Let’s be clear, Governor Palin has done nothing wrong and is an open book in this process. Mr. Monegan even stated himself that no one ever told him to fire anyone, period,” Comella said later in a statement. “The Governor was rightly expressing concern about Mr. Wooten.”

Palin is under investigation by a bipartisan state legislative body that was authorized last month to look into whether Palin pressured Monegan to force Wooten from the state police force and whether his failure to do so led to his dismissal.

Palin had promised to cooperate with the legislative inquiry, but this week moved to change the jurisdiction of the case to the state personnel board, which Palin appoints. Her attorney, Thomas V. Van Flein, who was hired last month, challenged the jurisdiction of Stephen Branchflower, the retired prosecutor hired to investigate and report back to the legislature by the last week of October.

When Palin entered the governor’s office in late 2006, Wooten already had been reprimanded, reassigned and suspended for five days for incidents reported by Palin’s family. They had filed complaints in April 2005 after her younger sister’s marriage fell apart and the couple battled in a bitter child-custody dispute.

Palin has said previously that she discussed Wooten with Monegan only in the context of security concerns for the family. Monegan has said that Palin never directly told him to fire Wooten but that the message was clearly conveyed through repeated messages from Palin, her husband and three members of her Cabinet.

“To allege that I, or any member of my family . . . directed disciplinary action be taken against any employee of the Department of Public Safety, is, quite simply, outrageous,” Palin said in a statement in mid-July after Monegan’s dismissal.

In August, Palin acknowledged that “pressure could have been perceived to exist, although I have only now become aware of it.”

During an interview here Wednesday, Monegan said that as Alaska’s top law enforcement official, he took his duties seriously. “I would willingly die for the governor, but I would never lie for her,” he said.

He showed The Post two e-mails he received from Palin, but he declined to give copies. The first e-mail came on Feb. 7, 2007, after the governor’s husband, Todd, met with Monegan to press the case for disciplinary action against Wooten. Palin’s family had accused the trooper of shooting a cow moose without a permit, Tasering his stepson, and drinking while driving a trooper vehicle. After her husband met with Monegan, Palin followed up with a phone call to Monegan.

In that first e-mail, sent a few weeks after the meeting, Palin encouraged Monegan to testify for a bill that would require 99-year sentences for police officers found guilty of murder. “For police officers to violate the public trust is a grave, grave violation — in my opinion. We have too many examples lately of cops and troopers who violate the public trust. DPS has come across as merely turning a blind eye or protecting that officer, seemingly ‘for the good of the brotherhood’.”

She cited Wooten’s case as an example of violating the public trust. She recounted his transgressions, beginning with the killing of the cow moose using a permit obtained by his wife. Molly McCann, who uses her name from a previous marriage, was with Wooten at the time.

“He’s still bragging about it in my hometown and after another cop confessed to witnessing the kill, the trooper was ‘investigated’ for over a year and merely given a slap on the wrist,” the e-mail said. “Though he’s out there arresting people today for the same crime!”

“He threatened to kill his estranged wife’s parent, refused to be transferred to rural Alaska and continued to disparage Natives in words and tone, he continues to harass and intimidate his ex. — even after being slapped with a restraining order that was lifted when his supervisors intervened,” the e-mail said. “He threatens to always be able to come out on top because he’s ‘got the badge’, etc. etc. etc.)”

Palin wrote that the Wooten matter had contributed to “the erosion of faith Alaskans should have in their law enforcement officials.” She concluded by saying the e-mail was “just my opinion.”

The second e-mail Monegan produced came from Palin’s Yahoo address on July 17, 2007, after the local newspaper publicized a legislative proposal that would keep guns out of the hands of the mentally ill.

Her first thought about the bill, the e-mail said, “went to my ex-brother-in-law, the trooper, who threatened to kill my dad yet was not even reprimanded by his bosses and still to this day carries a gun, of course.”

“We can’t have double standards. Remember when the death threat was reported, and follow-on threats from Mike that he was going to ‘bring Sarah and her family down’ — instead of any reprimand WE were told by trooper union personnel that we’d be sued if we talked about those threats. Amazing. . . .

“So consistency is needed here,” the e-mail said. “No one’s above the law. If the law needs to be changed to not allow access to guns for people threatening to kill someone, it must apply to everyone.”

Research editor Alice Crites in Washington contributed to this report


Ben Smith, John Bresnahan 1 hour, 19 minutes ago

Sarah Palin may be new to most Americans, but she’s not entirely new to the national Democratic Party.

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Democrat Tony Knowles, her opponent in the 2006 Alaska gubernatorial race, put together a detailed, 63-page research document — obtained by Politico — cataloging Palin’s strengths and weaknesses. And the Obama campaign, in particular, knows Palin well: A key Obama consultant, Anita Dunn, worked on Knowles’ campaign.

“We’re running against John McCain — the issues raised around his decision and the fact that he clearly bowed under to the right wing of his party and let them exercise veto power over his vice presidential pick,” Dunn said, suggesting the Obama campaign wouldn’t be recycling the 2006 Democratic criticism of Palin.

“Whether it was Sarah Palin or Tim Pawlenty or Mitt Romney or somebody else, fundamentally that wasn’t going to alter the dynamic — which is that John McCain believes we don’t need to change the fundamental economic policies in this country,” Dunn said.

The Democratic opposition research document, which was not obtained from Dunn or from the Obama campaign, is largely a catalog of the day-to-day decisions of a small-town mayor. It contains examples of her sometimes confrontational tenure and colorful details of an ordinary woman who was thrilled to meet Ivana Trump and who began the process of opening a marketing company whose name — Rouge Cou — was supposed to be a French version of “redneck.”

The document, largely a collection of newspaper clippings on local issues with no major revelations about Palin, details her socially conservative views — she opposes abortion even in the case of rape and incest, and supported an amendment to the Alaska Constitution to ban it — and also some of the exceptions to them. At one point, Palin supported mandatory education for teenagers about contraception, something that political insiders in both parties will find ironic in the wake of her 17-year-old daughter Bristol’s pregnancy and upcoming marriage.

Two overriding themes about Palin that emerge from the Democratic oppo research book are similar to the ones that have been heard since McCain announced Palin as his running mate on Friday — that she is too conservative and lacks experience.

Palin also had a confrontational relationship with local media during her six-year tenure as Wasilla mayor.

“Palin is too socially conservative for Libertarian Alaska,” reads one heading from the report. “Palin’s not ready for prime time,” reads another.

Palin, who scored an upset in the 2006 Republican gubernatorial primary by defeating Gov. Frank Murkowski, went on to beat Knowles 48 percent to 41 percent that November, despite a Democratic ad campaign that focused on her inexperience. Knowles had served as Alaska’s governor from 1994 to 2002; earlier, he was mayor of Anchorage.

Some of the details as stated in the 2006 Democratic research document:

* Palin Is Too Socially Conservative for Libertarian Alaska. Palin is a strong conservative — something she repeated throughout her primary campaign but now seems to try to back off from. She is not only pro-life but is involved with — and even steered tax money toward — organizations that give misleading information on abortion. She called herself a “hard-core fiscal conservative” who wanted government to get to the bare bones. The Anchorage Daily News asked whether her “socially conservative positions square with Alaska’s generally libertarian approach to those issues.” Palin also supported a flat tax, an idea even Bob Dole thought was absurd.

* Palin’s Management Style is to Bully and Demand Political Loyalty. Palin’s tenure as mayor of Wasilla was marred by tremendous staff turnover, first when she fired most of the top staff — including the city’s librarian — because she questioned their loyalty, and then later when staff quit because of her micromanaging style. Wasilla even lost the opportunity to hire a police chief because he said the job seemed too political.

* Palin’s Not Ready for Primetime. Palin argues that she was the mayor of the fastest growing city in Alaska. While that may be true, Wasilla’s population is still 1 percent of the rest of the state of Alaska. The last budget Palin approved, $12.5 million, is 0.2 percent of the $7.3 billion budget Tony Knowles approved.

* Palin Signed Ordinance to Issue $15 Million in General Obligation Bonds and Increase the Sales Tax From 2 to 2.5 percent. In 2001, Palin signed an ordinance authorizing the city to issue general obligation bonds in the principal amount of $14,700,000 to finance the acquisition and construction of park and recreation capital improvements. The ordinance also increased the sales tax from 2 to 2.5 percent and put the issue on the ballot. After it was adopted by voters, Palin signed an ordinance issuing the bonds. In 2002, Palin signed an ordinance putting the higher sales tax into effect. [Ordinance 01-55 (am),12/10/2001; Ordinance 02-14 (sub), 4/8/2002; Ordinance 02-49, 8/12/02]

* Palin Called Herself “Such a Weasel” for Not Having a Firm Stand on the Property Tax Cap.
“Does that mean she’d vote for it? ‘I still have five more weeks to make up my mind, like everybody’s trying to do,’ Palin said. ‘I wish it were not a statewide issue.’ Palin said she has declined requests by Tax Cap Yes to speak in favor of the initiative. Yet, she said, she doesn’t object to her name’s continuing to be listed on the group’s Web site among 10 current or former government officials — half from Mat-Su — in support of the initiative. Palin acknowledged that she was sounding quite the politician. ‘I am so sorry I’m such a weasel,’ she said.” [Anchorage Daily News, 10/8/00]

* Palin Asked City Librarian About Censoring Books, Insisted It Was ‘Rhetorical.’ In 1996, according to the Frontiersman, Wasilla’s library director Mary Ellen Emmons said Palin asked her outright if she could live with censorship of library books. Emmons said, “This is different than a normal book-selection procedure or a book-challenge policy. … She was asking me how I would deal with her saying a book can’t be in the library.” Palin said in response, “Many issues were discussed, both rhetorical and realistic in nature.” [Frontiersman, 12/18/96]

* Wasilla’s Pension Was Only Funded at 73 Percent When Palin Left, as Opposed to Almost Completely When She Became Mayor. In fiscal 2002, Wasilla funded 73 percent of its defined benefit pension plan obligation and had 52 percent unfunded liability as a percentage of its covered payroll. In fiscal 1995, Wasilla funded 97.5 percent of its obligation and had 4.3 percent unfunded liability as a percentage of payroll. [Wasilla Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 2003, page 29; Wasilla Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 1996, page 45]

* Palin Supported Penalties for Using Skateboards on Public or Private Property in Wasilla.
“Beginning Oct. 15 — after the expected opening of the $233,000 Wasilla Skate Park — skaters will be breaking the law if they use their skateboards, in-line skates, bicycles, scooters (or any other recreational, non-motorized wheeled device) on public or private property where signs are posted forbidding their use.”

The Frontiersman added, “In the ordinance approved Monday, the penalty for first-time violators of the ordinance is a written warning and the skate device may be confiscated for 10 calendar days. For a second offense, a $50 fine shall be paid and the skate device may be confiscated for 30 calendar days. A third-time offender will have to pay a $100 fine and will lose his or her skate device permanently.” [Frontiersman, 9/18/98]

* Palin Went to See Ivana Trump at Costco, Saying Alaska was So Desperate for “Any Semblance of Glamour and Culture.” “Sarah Palin, a commercial fisherman from Wasilla, told her husband on Tuesday she was driving to Anchorage to shop at Costco. Instead, she headed straight for Ivana. And there, at J.C. Penney’s cosmetic department, was Ivana, the former Mrs. Donald Trump, sitting at a table next to a photograph of herself. She wore a light-colored pantsuit and pink fingernail polish. Her blonde hair was coiffed in a bouffant French twist. ‘We want to see Ivana,’ said Palin, who admittedly smells like salmon for a large part of the summer, ‘because we are so desperate in Alaska for any semblance of glamour and culture.’” [Anchorage Daily News, 4/3/96]

* Documents Show While Mayor Palin Had Thank You Notes to Campaign Donors Printed by Her Assistant on City Time and Arranged Campaign Travel from Her Office. “The Voice of the Times, a separate editorial section within the opinion pages of the Daily News, made the original public records request that produced many of the documents that Murkowski’s campaign handed out Thursday, including a stack of telephone records, e-mails — such as a campaign note from her mayor e-mail address to Ruedrich — and invoices from Wasilla City Hall. The documents appear to show, for example, that on one occasion Palin arranged campaign travel from the mayor’s office. On another, her city administrative assistant printed thank-you notes to campaign donors. The administrative assistant, Mary Bixby, said in brief interview with the Daily News in late July that she was directed to perform those tasks while on the clock for the city.” For any mistakes she did make, Palin said, “I apologize.” [Anchorage Daily News, 8/18/06]

* Palin Made a Bet With Her Husband About Whether Murkowski Would Get Into the Race — the Loser Had to Get a Tattoo. “Palin told The Associated Press that she and her husband, Todd, made a bet on whether Murkowski would run. If the governor says he’ll enter the race, Palin has to get the Big Dipper tattooed on her ankle. If Murkowski says no, Todd gets a wedding ring inked on his finger.” [Anchorage Daily News, 5/26/06]

* Palin Obtained a Business License for Marketing and Consulting, Saying that She Wanted To Line Up Her Ducks if She Chose to Pursue It. “Asked about the business registered under her name, Palin said, ‘Rouge Cou, it’s a classy way of saying redneck. It’s a French word, rouge is red, cou is neck. It’s for marketing and consulting, in case I wanted to go that route, I’d have my ducks all lined up and have a business license. I just was granted that business license. … I would like to, with some of the endeavors that I have going on right now, there comes a time when one desires to be paid for them!’” [Anchorage Daily News, 6/8/05]


I am excited about Mccain ‘s pick, his own opposition, covered in a white cloth as a Republican. Great Job Mccain and your Camp for puting all of us at risk.

Sarah Palin and the Alaska Independence Party. AIP – Part 1
Comments from Americans: “wow… this is scary scary stuff. Unfortunately, you have to really listen to this guy to get the full importance of what is being said.

he wants to sue the USA in World Court in order to get Alaska to become its own country and gain all the profits of Alaska’s oil. He says Sarah Palin has successfully infiltrated the RNC in order to further these goals.

SCARY stuff. Pay attention People.”

Americans comments on this: “This guy says “We don’t say we’re Americans, we say we’re Alaskans”.

“I’ve never heard Sarah Palin say she was American, but have heard her talk about being Alaskan quite a bit. She was a member of this party for years until she successfully infiltrated the RNC for political gains.

Now let’s see what Glen Beck says about Mrs Anti-America, here.”

Sarah Palin and the Alaska Independence Party. Palin addresses AIP convention

Sarah Palin and the Alaska Independence Party2. AIP convention

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