Posted on December 9, 2009. Filed under: News And Politics... |

Great quip, Sarah…
Quote of the day
By Michelle Malkin  •  December 5, 2009 10:10 PM
Zing! Sarah Palin at the Gridiron Dinner in D.C., skewering the saboteurs in the McCain camp with Ginsu wit:
“The view is so much better from inside the bus than under it.”

Sarah Palin






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We all have our own way of defending ourselves when we\’re under attack. Yes, she was defensive at times, but who can blame her? For example, remember when the media and the Democrats went into a frenzy when it was revealed that the RNC spent $150,000 on clothes for her during campaigning? I\’m sure the Dems spent a pretty penny on Obama, but not a word was uttered as to the expenses his campaign incurred, and I\’m guessing it was into the stratosphere. Why is it that the media and the Dems were salivating over Palin\’s expenses, yet they are absolutely mum when it comes to worse stories that surface about Democrats. A recent example comes to mind…Sen. Max Baucus (D-MT), chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, gave a nearly $14,000 pay raise to a female staffer in 2008, at the time he was becoming romantically involved with her, and later that year took her on taxpayer-funded trips to Southeast Asia and the Middle East, even though foreign policy was not her specialty. You can pretty much guess what her specialty is. Where was the outrage over that since he was wooing her with taxpayer money? Even the cowardly Republicans kept quiet, which was surprising to me since the Democrats tore into Mark Sanford\’s finances faster than a tornado sweeps through Kansas to see what dirt they could dig up on him and if he used taxpayer money to finance his "extracurricular activities". The difference between the two is that with Sanford, the Republicans voted to impeach him, and those hearings are now taking place. Why didn\’t the Democrats do the same with Max Baucus? Are the Democrats asking him to resign? No! They\’re probably high-fiving him and taking him out for big 10-course meals with taxpayer money.With all this going on, I can certainly understand why Palin has an ax to grind, so to speak. I\’d be pretty ticked off as well. Like Palin, I view the Democrats as a "Do As I Say, Not As I Do" party who certainly like to party…on our dime!


I do my own thinking honey and I don\’t have to admit she was any kind of "VICTIM".My opinion just doesn\’t happen to agree with your opinion.And NO, The changes are not what I expected.I still would have voted for McCain if it were not for Palin. There were a whole lot of people who felt the same as I did.XXXOOO,barbi


Clever comment, Barbi, but even you have to admit that she was a media victim from the moment she was nominated. I disagree that she was the reason McCain lost the election. Regardless of who McCain chose as his running mate, most people didn\’t want a Republican in office again, and even more people wanted "change". My question to you is…How is this "change" working out for you?


This is just one of the things I don\’t like about Sarah Palin. She blames everyone else for her own short comings.She was picked as a VP running mate but her mouth and her actions put off a lot of people.She lost the election for McCain. I have no doubt.She was the one driving the bus !!huggies,barbi


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