The Speeches of Sarah Palin

Shock was the reaction most of us had when Sarah Palin resigned as Governor of Alaska.  Many of us mistakenly assumed she was in politics because she wanted to do all she could for the people of Alaska, and America.  We thought that she was a patriot and that her motivation to become involved in... Continue Reading →

The Cost of Sarah Palin’s “Choice”

(Part 1 of 2) Abortion is the only topic more controversial than politics and religion, perhaps because it involves both. Sarah Palin is a staunch supporter of the right-to-life movement.  She is not supportive of abortion unless the mother’s life is in danger.  Even in the case of rape or incest, Palin opposes abortion.  As... Continue Reading →

Sarah Palin says Personal Responsibility is the Solution to the Health Care Crisis, So Why the Lawsuits?

In January of 2008, in her address to the Alaska Legislature, Sarah Palin proclaimed, “Let’s take personal responsibility in all areas of life—including health.” We have known for weeks that Sarah Palin has done quite the opposite.  As a child, Palin’s family relied upon the Canadian government’s national health care. It has also become a... Continue Reading →

If Ignorance is Bliss, Sarah Palin Must Be Ecstatic

The last two days I have focused on Sarah Palin’s apparent unwillingness to do her “homework”.  The particular blogs related to her unwillingness to investigate a Dallas house for unwed pregnant teens, and her unwillingness, or her inability, to investigate risks associated with offshore drilling.  The obvious conclusion is that Palin lacks the education to understand... Continue Reading →

Shut-Up Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin has established a new low for politicians, even though she no longer holds any political office. We knew she gave the keynote address to the Tea Party Convention in Tennessee for which she was paid $100,000.00.  We knew that even Michele Bachmann, the pillar of conservative morality, withdrew from participating in the convention... Continue Reading →

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