Sarah Palin Book Understates Obvious

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Posted May 23, 2011 by Jeff Prince in Blotch

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Anyone who reads Blotch regularly knows that most of its contributors have little faith in Sarah Palin as a presidential candidate. And by “little” I mean none, nada, zilch, hell to the no, snap snap.

So there’s nothing in Blind Allegiance, the tell-all book by Palin insider Frank Bailey, that should surprise anybody, including statements such as this: “I am convinced that her priorities and personality are not only ill-suited to head a political party or occupy national office, but would lead to a disaster of, well, biblical proportions.”

Please, send us a million locusts rather than one petty, self-absorbed former Alaskan-governor to lead this country off a cliff.


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    Obama's Seat

    In an age where allegiance to constitutional principles, limited government and sustainable economic principles is seen as anti-American radicalism, we’ve already gone off the cliff.




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    This really does top it all and make Palin a punchline. The public is finally coming around to seeing the true petty Sarah Palin. Mamma Grizzly’s rhetoric is predominately negative and continues to lower the world’s expectations of our government and society. I was compelled to create a visual commentary about all of her negative rhetoric and its effects on my artist’s blog at http://dregstudiosart.blogspot.com/2011/01/sarah-palin-made-me-do-it.html Drop by and let me know what you think.




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    Obama's Seat

    Interesting art there, Brandt, captures the lefty myth perfectly, and it looks like it was created by an eleventh grader.

    I gotta say though, the writing accompanying the artwork is pure paranoid fantasy. Great stuff, get out much?





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