“I told Congress: ‘Thanks but no thanks for that Bridge to Nowhere up in Alaska,’ ” Palin told the crowds at the “McCain Street USA” rallies. “If we wanted a bridge, we’ll build it ourselves.”

Palin’s position on the bridge that would have linked Ketchikan to Gravina Island is one example of a candidate staying on message even when that message has been publicly discredited. Palin has continued to say she opposed a project she once campaigned for — then killed later, only after support for it had collapsed in Congress. ”

This interesting reporting is from The Washington Post.  The Post says she continues to continue saying this “even when that message has been publicly discredited.”  OK, when does this become “lying”.  And, when will the Post and others in the media start calling it what it is L-Y-I-N-G?

There is also an “inconsistency” in her stated position on “Earmarking”.  When is that gonna be called what it is.  We could go on and on.  But, do we need to?  The Washington Post and others know the half-truths and outright lies that they let slide in their reporting.  Is this on purpose, or are they really that “unknowing”?

Are they purposefully stacking the deck against Barack Obama.  Are they using a double standard for “the Black guy”, as related to perky little cute lady and her elder friend?  We’d like to know…

Look, we know the “silly season” has already started.  And, we know the deck is stacked against the Black guy.  We just want to let you know we know.  And, we want to remind fair minded folk that they need to be letting you know they know, too.  And, we want them to show up at the polling place to let ya’ll know they have not been fooled.

The struggle continues, until we succeed-and we shall!!!

1 comment
  1. Hank Wilfong said:

    Theres’ the “lying”, and then, there’s the “I just ain’t ready for The Big Show”.

    In a Xharles Grodin interview, it was extremely evident that Palin needs a LOT of “coaching and training” before she’s ready to “compete with the big boys”.

    The failure to even grasp some of the things Charles Gibson was asking, is a terrible commentary on her “ready from day one” requirement of being a heartbeat away from the presidency.

    I now couple that with an article about some Matt Damon comments. There were some great points by Matt Damon, which caused me to come to some realizations I had not, yet, openly acknowledged.

    It’s astounding how much the American people seem to have been taken in by Palin’s “cute and perky” demeanor. That Damon line about her “facing down Putin and using folksy stuff she learned at the hockey rink. It’s absurd.”

    That pretty much sums it up as to her being ready from day one to be a heartbeat away from the presidency. “It’s like a really bad Disney movie.” That’s another good one.

    Finally, as I read the article on Damon’s comments, my mind kept flashing back to an article I read before that. The one where she kills 40 Carribou in a clip. And likes to kill wolves with a high-powered rifle from a plane. Even to me, a long time gun owner, and carrier, that is “scary”. And, it seems a little “inhumane” and “unfair”.

    I don’t quite know where that came from. But, it’s how I felt when I read about this “pit bull that wears lipstick”. Can this all be happening? Or, are we in a “bad Disney movie”.

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