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President of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and Sarah Palin. One’s a naive, oil-obsessed, holy war-calling, religious extremist, and the other is an Iranian. Here’s the Lovesick Billy take on this dynamic duo:
Ahmadinejad: Thinks the Holocaust is a myth.
Palin: Thinks evolution is a myth.
Ahmadinejad & Palin: Were not widely known when they entered their presidential election campaigns, although they had already made their marks for rolling back earlier reforms. Continue reading ‘Sarah Palin: Ahmadinejad in Heels’
Sarah Palin may not share beliefs with much of the country, and that’s just fine. She has her hands full with a special needs child, a pregnant teen, and an investigation into her conduct, all of which she’s certain to survive. It’s okay, because at 44 – by political standards – she’s just a kid. Her day will come. Just not this year.
Governor Palin is formidable: a smart, congenial, accomplished woman, passionate about her country. Continue reading ‘The Real Last Word on Sarah Palin’
Last December, People reported Lynne Spears’ book on parenting was indefinitely delayed when her 16-year old, unwed daughter, Jamie-Lynn became pregnant. The world called them trailer trash. The implied cry: what’s she doing writing a book on parenting when she can’t keep her teenage daughter intact through high school? (Say nothing of Britney.) Hey, at least Lynne called it what it was. Almost a year later, instead of a book that may have accompanied Dr. Spock, she publishes Through the Storm: A Real Story of Fame and Family in a Tabloid World.
Now that we have a recklessly chosen VP candidate in the same situation as Lynne Spears, (say nothing of the Troopergate scandal [where she pretty clearly dogs her former brother-in-law, expending considerable personal and state resources over a personal vendetta] and the ensuing legal defense), what will be said of her? Continue reading ‘Palin Comparison to Lynne Spears’