Finally, a republican that breaks ranks from the drum machine and says what's on his mind. All we need now is for Chris Rock to stand up and say…." That's one Craaaazy Bi***". Seriously, there are many in the party with, at a minimum, reservations about that crazy wacko and her absurdly extreme right beliefs. I mean, she's so far right, there's conservatives saying, "huh?"
Her speech about it beings gods will for us to being Iraq and against a woman's right to choose an abortion if she was raped. Frankly, she's scary and with her being one heartbeat from the presidency, that's a problem. Let's face it, McCain has one foot in the grave and the other on a banana peel, I don't think he would serve both terms, he has too many health issues.
And what about family values? Yup, here I go, I'm going there. I'm not running for office so I can speak my mind. Family values? Explain family values to me when you have a 17 year old, unwed pregnant daughter. Nobody want's to touch that subject. All of a sudden, it's no issue with the right. If Obama or Biden had an unwed pregnant teenage daughter, there would be no end to the uproar and brimstone about the lack of family values. Palin doesn't believe in teaching sex education in schools, just the abstanence message. And when that message fails? Well in their case, no big deal. She's a govornor, she has connections. She can hire a full time nanny to help out and raise the baby. The daughter doesn't have to go out to work, get two jobs and struggle to buy formula.
There's two types of conservatives in this world. Those who pass judgement on others, and those who don't receive judgement when it's themselves (if that makes sense). I wonder if the daughter really decided on her own to have the baby. I really wonder. I can just imagine that conversation. Palin probably pointed her Bushmaster M17 at her and said, "go ahead, make my day". Note: a Bushmaster M17 is an American Assault rifle. I would have referenced the German HK G36 but that would be unpatriotic while writing this post about a conservative. And speaking of unpatriotic, Obama gets critized about not wearing a flag pin whild Palin is wearing glasses designed in Korea. KOREA, the country next to North Korea. Guilt by association. So see? she's tied to the communists, she's really part of the axis of evil !!!
CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive – Former GOP senator calls Palin a ‘cocky wacko’ « – Blogs from CNN.com Former Rhode Island Sen. Lincoln Chafee was known for keeping a low-key profile on Capitol Hill, but the Republican -turned -Independent is making waves with his exceedingly blunt comments on newly-minted Republican VP candidate Sarah Palin: She's a "cocky wacko," he told a Washington think tank earlier this week. Chafee, the lone Senate Republican to vote against the Iraq war who endorsed Obama's White House bid earlier this year, told an audience at the New America Foundation in Washington Tuesday that Palin's selection has energized Obama backers. "People were coming into my office, phone calls were flooding in, e-mails were coming in, 'I just sent money to Obama, I couldn't sleep last night' — from the left. To see this cocky wacko up there," he said. He also described McCain's candidacy as "lackluster” and described the selection of Palin as a throwing "this firestorm, this tornado, into the whole presidential election." Chafee, whose father served as senator from Rhode Island from 1976 until his death in 1999, narrowly lost his re-election bid two years ago to Democrat Sheldon Whitehouse amid that election cycle’s wave of anti-Republican sentiment. Chafee made a stir earlier this year when he directly called out Democrats who supported the Iraq war and were now expressing regret for their vote. “I find it surprising now, in 2008, how many Democrats are running for president after shirking their constitutional duty to check and balance this president,” he wrote in his January 2008 book, “Against the Tide.” “Being wrong about sending Americans to kill and be killed, maim and be maimed, is not like making a punctuation mistake in a highway bill."