Candidate for the Elephant Elite

RINO in native environmentI’ve made no secret of my loathing for “The Hairdo”, AKA Mitt Romney. He’s the poster child for RINOs. He’s a gigantic flip-flopping fraud. And now, once again, he’s running for President.

Romney declared to cheers on a sunny farm in southern New Hampshire, “I’m Mitt Romney and I believe in America. And I’m running for president of the United States.”

The former governor and business executive aggressively challenged Democratic President Obama while trying to pitch himself to the coalition that makes up the modern GOP: fiscal conservatives, social conservatives, evangelicals and libertarians. Romney included nods to all as he sought to make himself the candidate with the broadest appeal and best shot at sending Obama home to Chicago as a one-term president.

Yeah, he’s trying to appeal to everybody. He certainly appeals to the Elephant Elitists, who have all but anointed him as The Chosen One. But if you really examine who he is and what he represents, he certainly won’t appeal to YOU.

Anyone who purports to be a “conservative” who supports this tool is a waste of oxygen and should be forcibly prohibited from voting.

The irony of the situation is mind-blowing. Ron Paul is “extreme” and “unelectable”. But Mitt Romney? Why, he’s everything a “conservative” could ever wish for!

Except conservative.

I Want Your Money

It’s a new film coming out that takes a look at recent US government spending.



More offensive nannying tosspots.

Oh great, first it was the 10:10 idiots and their “blow up the kids” ads, now its an Aussie mob saying hamburgers are the equivalent of injecting speed/heroin into your kids.

Heres an experiment for the producers of this tripe. Ill feed a child 3 happy meals a week on their condition you inject your own kids with speed for the same period of time. 3 times a day.

At the end of a week we will just go cold turkey, you inject saline into your kid and Ill feed my kid 3 square meals.

Then you can compare the results eh?

Who pays for this tripe? They must be government sponsored because no business would choose to offend its paying customers so much.

Heres the studios facebook page anyway.

They think its “clever”.

Kevin “Turdfingers” Rudds latest diversion.

For sheer, blatant spin Mr Rudd is to be congratulated. Faced with a multitude of looming debacles what does he do?

Throws up a smokescreen, literally:Cigarette tax to increase 25pc from midnight

Hes announced out of the blue that smokers will face a 25% increase in the price of cigarettes from midnight tonight. Mouthing all the usual platitudes about saving chiiildren it allows him a free kick at a group hes already driven outside, and tried to ban from smoking in their own cars.

I hate ciggies, they make my nose run and sneeze, but I hate do gooder wankers even more. No-one in Australia should be under the impression smoking is good for you, it costs a lot and it stinks. Everyone has been informed about that for decades. Please piss off and moralize somewhere else.

My Grandfather died of asbestos, he was a builder/carpenter in the bad old days.His death was listed as “due to smoking”, despite his lungs asbestos related degeneration. Every smoker who goes to hospital now can expect their every aliment traced back to smoking, no matter how tenuous the link.  tobacco is a killer, so why inflate the figures even more?

I dont believe the official statistics anymore. The semi-government cancer council and various lobby groups exist to let the government look as though its community pressure driving the bansturbation and tax raising. That same increase in tax revenue helps fund ever more generous grants to these same “charities” to start all over again.

Heres the group responsible for the report, and a few highlights of the members backgrounds.

Unbiased bloke N#1: He is currently President of the Public Health Association of Australia, the Australian Council on Smoking and Health and the WA Heart Foundation, and Chair of the WA Alcohol and Drug Authority. He has played a leading role in tobacco control, alcohol and other public health issues nationally and internationally for many years, and has advised governments and NGOs in some thirty countries.

Unbiased lady N#1: has developed national cardiovascular health programs within Australia, has been extensively involved with cancer prevention programs and is regarded as an expert on tobacco control matters.

Worrying lady N#1: She has been an active environmentalist since the early 1980s and is particularly passionate about climate change. She was recently trained as a climate change presenter by former US Vice President Al Gore, who is training climate change presenters around the world as part of the Climate Project.

All in all a roundup of people of similar opinions, very “Yes Minister” collection.

Still it achieves Turdfingers objectives nicely.

A: Moves the news stories away from his stuff ups.

B: May move debate back to health, where he has a temporary advantage (since it will take a couple of years for his new stuff ups to unravel there)

C: Raises more money for him to hose up the nearest wall.

In addition to the massive increase in tax, there is a move to “plain package” cigarettes to remove the distinctiveness of various brands.

Australia would be the first country in the world to force cigarette companies to use plain packaging.

“From 2012, companies will only be allowed to print their brand name in a standard style and graphic health warnings will remain on the packets.”

I suggest he goes one step further and does this instead.

He took a cigarette from a crumpled packet marked VICTORY CIGARETTES and incautiously held it upright, whereupon the tobacco fell out on to the floor." Orwell.

One little problem, this is almost certainly not legal in any way. I dont have a huge amount of sympathy for the tobacco companies, as for some weird reason, defying all logic, they seemed to feel their previous concessions to the anti smoking lobby would appease them. What a surprise it hasnt, again.

“Of all tyrannies, a tyranny exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It may be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber barons cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience. They may be more likely to go to Heaven yet at the same time likelier to make a Hell of earth. Their very kindness stings with intolerable insult. To be cured against ones will and cured of states which we may not regard as disease is to be put on a level of those who have not yet reached the age of reason or those who never will; to be classed with infants, imbeciles, and domestic animals.

C. S. Lewis, God in the Dock”

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Nurse, a hand here!

This story might have something to do with why I dont want to be a paramedic anymore…

Sex is not healthcare, union says

Hmmm, like I needed an excuse to go looking for this picture...

A Dutch healthcare union has kicked off a campaign to brace nurses and other caretakers against sexual requests made by patients. Its motto: “I draw the line here”.

..a recent incident between a 42-year old man and his new 24-year-old home caretaker. A muscle disorder has left the man unable to move anything but his mouth and eyes. The man asked his new caretaker, a student, to relief him of his natural urges, saying that his other seven caretakers did the same for him. The young women saw two of her colleagues do so indeed. When she refused, her patient called her unfit for healthcare…


Be careful what you wish for... (one flew over the cuckoos nest)

Now without wanting to be disrespectful to the chap whos obviously doing it hard with his disability, but there are people who will look after that for you, they are called prostitutes. Nurses are there to provide heath care, not hand jobs.

Ive also heard that Nancy Pelosi is willing to slip into a nurses uniform if she thinks it will get Obamacare passed.

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Brown/Coakley round up

Some awesome blogger did this bloody good post on the whole shebang. Check it out!

Dems now saying they won’t even need Coakley to pass Obamacare

The US Senate needs 60 votes to pass Obamacare. But on Tuesday, they may well lose an election most thought was in the bag. Thus, Obamacare would be lost, too.

But now they’re saying they’ll only need 51 votes using a special process called reconciliation.


So why do Americans have their heads up their arses at the moment?

It’s all about health care.


Obama’s closed-door meeting on government openness

Yeah, that makes sense. Anyway, despite promising open government – namely FOI requests – BO, as usual, has been all talk without much walk.

Yet on some important issues, his administration produced information only after government watchdogs and reporters spent weeks or months pressing, in some cases suing.

Those include what cars people were buying using the $3 billion Cash for Clunkers program (it turned out the most frequent trades involved pickups for pickups with only slightly better gas mileage); how many times airplanes have collided with birds (a lot); whether lobbyists and donors meet with the Obama White House (they do); rules about the interrogation of terror suspects (the FBI and CIA disagreed over what was permitted); and who was speaking in private with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner (he has close relationships with a cadre of Wall Street executives whose multibillion-dollar companies survived the economic crisis with his help).

Change? Hardly. He’s having trouble with Obamacare, too.

H/T Paco who H/Ts Mitchieville.

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OMG! A Pollie who reads the bills!

I have no idea who John Sullivan is, but my goodness I’d like to vote the guy a raise.

Sure he’s no charismatic demagogue like Barry O, but you don’t want one of those pretending to look out for the country.

One congressman being prepared to actually come out and read the so-called healthcare bill is a small step, but it’s vital.

Now all we need to to is support him and encourage others in congress to do the same.

I honestly have NFI why a person would vote on legislation they’ve not read. It’s basically lying to your constituents, and any adverse consequences should fall squarely on your shoulders for having been a part of such a total disgrace.

His website’s here.

via GoV

Picture of the year

With huge thanks to powerlineblog. Please let the pic stay up, guys.

PS Just in case.

When they pry it from my cold, dead hands….

Oh dear the health nazis are at it again, not happy with criminalising smokers and raising the price of pre mixed drinks 70%, they are onto a new atrocity.


Killer sandwich: ham linked to cancer

They might seem a harmless lunchtime filler but ham, salami and devon are on the World Cancer Research Fund’s hit list.

Death by sandwich..

Death by sandwich..

Ok here’s the word for you concerned scum. Piss off and leave me alone, I don’t respect you and strongly believe you are out of control busybodies who are flat out providing cover for the government to raise taxes on “sins”. I am currently grumpy enough, deprive me on my morning bacon and it may just be enough to tip me over the edge…

Oh and just how huge is this organisation that have generated worldwide headlines with a non-story?

11-50 people

The charity’s Lisa Cooney says it is recommending parents do not give their children more than 70 grams of processed meat a week.

That is the equivalent of two ham sandwiches, or three thin rashers of bacon.

“There’s convincing scientific evidence linking the consumption of processed meats like ham, salami and bacon to an increase in bowel cancer risk,” Ms Cooney said.

“And we also know that the habits we develop during childhood can follow us through to adulthood. So parents have a really wonderful opportunity to help promote really healthy habits in their children.”


First cab off the rank “Think of the chiiiillldren!!!”, piss off and choke on a dick you harridan, you either have a SOLID mass of evidence or you have speculation and rubbery figures.




The average employee of one of these "charities".

The average employee of one of these "charities".



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Where’s the Beef?!

New gigs, new guitars, impending trip to Indiana, so I’ll remain scarce for a while.

I leave you with this classic thread from The People’s Cube.


I’ll be back to some semblance of normalcy by the 1st of September.

Madonna is in Hideously Good Shape

Before, circa 1980:


After, 2009:


Full story.

Can you imagine how caved in her cheeks would be without the implants? I admire people who stay in shape – I work out on my Bowflex regularly – but that’s just frightening, not to mention the opposite of sexy.

P.S. The images aren’t loading for me right now, but almost our entire media library seems to be doing the same thing, as I look at it. WP may be having issues, so I’ll check the post later and re-attach the pics if need be.

Obama does Monty Python… Healthcare

I stumbled across this filmclip over at Richards 3 beers later blog, now is it just me or does Obamas “Dr Placebo” shtick have undertones of a certain Monty python skit.

Watch and compare.

1 st Dr Obama effectively saying “your mother is to old, she should take pills and wait to die…”


The Python clip, Dr Obama comes in at around 2:30 into it.


“That’s what I’m here for, to reassure you”… FFS there is a case for elderly to have do not resuscitate, IF THEY CHOOSE, but if they, or their family can afford it, why shouldn’t they get the best medical care they can afford?

Obama is busy looking at it as a zero sum game. If granny has an operation, then little Billy the orphan cant have one. If you believe that crap then what hes saying is justifiable.

However isn’t the reality that the full fee operation (Im assuming granny is paying her own way)is making the hospital/surgeon/employees, quite a bit of money. That money is taxed,  a portion ending up in government coffers anyway. This allows for little Billy to be treated (maybe not top tier, but he will receive something) The hospital can justify training more doctors, opening more wards etc, because its making money. All this is generating more availability of health services, as long as you can pay.

Why shouldn’t your health care be linked to the amount of money you set aside for it?

Why should it be left to a faceless bureaucrat to make the decision?

Can someone tell me what the government does run well?

Can someone tell me what the government does run well?


And for those who think an “all free” system like Australia’s is better…

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why petrol sniffing and tasers dont mix…

No doubt this story will be blown up into a huge drama by the usual suspects, but its an interesting one just the same. Happened in a remote community near my home town.

a stock picture, not the man involved.

a stock picture, not the man involved.

The following is the local newspapers reporting of the incident.

Tasered man burst into flames

Warburton man caught alight after police were forced to use a Taser stun gun when he allegedly ran towards them carrying a cigarette lighter on Monday.  (He was threatening the officers with the can of petrol and the lighter if my insider source is correct.)

A police spokesman said the incident occurred when police responded to a complaint at a house in Warburton about midday. (Petrol sniffing is a problem in a number of remote communities, most people want nothing to do with those actively sniffing, they are erratic and sometimes dangerous, the coppers were called by the householder to get rid of the bloke)

The 36-year-old man ran of from the house carrying the lighter and a container, believed to have contained fuel.

Police asked the man to stop, but when he failed to do so, an officer used his taser.

The man caught alight and the officer went to his aid, smothering the fire with his bare hands. (A balls effort by the officer involved, clearly shows he wasn’t wanting to hurt the man beyond stopping him)

While the officer helped the man, it is alleged an 18-year-old female threw rocks at his head. (Sadly not unusual, this happens quite often in remote areas, an officer attends, uses force, then the bystanders turn on him, they may have even been the people who called for assistance in the first place)

The man suffered burns to his body while the officer received burns to his hands and a cut to his head requiring five stitches.

The effects on the body are severe, long term, and systemic. The effect is much like “chroming” in major cities, where kids inhale paint and other fumes.

Ive seen a few kids in Perth like this, silver instead of gold though.

Ive seen a few kids in Perth like this, silver instead of gold though.

it affects nearly the whole body.

it affects nearly the whole body.

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If we can’t afford it, how will you?

Talking about universal healthcare.

THE Australian system of free universal healthcare is set to disappear in as little as five years, prompting a radical plan for a new federal-state partnership to take control of hospitals and patient care.

Just how will Obama afford it? Treasury is going haywire, signs aren’t looking too great for the US dollar, and the US owes a record $63.8 trillion and counting. Still, let’s hope it isn’t as dire as this bloke makes out.

It appears, whether it’s on the international stage or on the domestic one, Obama is indeed living in fantasy land.

Korea’s swine flu farce

Well, unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know that swine flu has been spreading. And in a sense, governments are right to quarantine people with cases and/or suspected cases of it.

But surely that quarantine should be done properly and effectively.

The Korean government is arguably not doing this. First, there seems to be a double standard going on. Koreans who may have come into contact with H1N1 are being quarantined in their homes whilst when it comes to us foreigners, we’re being rounded up and being put in a sub-standard quarantine facility which, according to eyewitness reports, is conducting sub-standard practices.

It’s all quite a joke, except it isn’t very funny. The reports from foreigners in quarantine are quite alarming. Examples include their trash overflowing the bins, the same thermometers being used on different ‘patients’ without being cleaned, a guy handing out brochures for a restaurant freely walking in and out of the building, the building is not equipped for such a role, excessively high temperatures inside the building, a nurse wiping the blood off an injection point with her bare hand, the list goes on. Check out other pages from those blog links for more info and/or updates.

It’s not all bad, but at best, it’s a farce.

And the US embassy doesn’t really seem to care. According to one blogger, this is how the conversation went…

Me: “Hiya! I just thought the Embassy should be aware that 30+ U.S citizens have been quarantined right outside Seoul for suspicion of swine flu exposure.”
Operator: “Okay, well it’s a weekend, and we’re closed. Monday’s memorial day, so could you call back on tuesday?”
Me: “You…you’re serious?”
Operator: “Is it an emergency? Cause if it is we have someone we can call.”
Me: “Um…let’s see, there’s 30 americans in quarantine for swine flu exposure. Basically, we’re arrested. It’s totally cool, don’t worry—we’ll call on tuesday—”
Operator: “Okay, thanks for calling.”
Me: “No wait—”

Now, sure, a few grains of salt should probably be taken here, and I don’t necessarily believe all the eyewitness reports or agree with all the sentiments people are expressing (in one pic, there’s a bloke wearing an Obama shirt…EEK!), but if even just half the stuff is true, it still paints a very disturbing picture. It appears governments don’t really care about this but after the media beat-up (before Kim Jong Il fixed that), they had to be seen to be doing something.

H/T Brian and Roboseyo.

Yet more peta idiots – on the swine flu bandwagon.

Surely PETA-philes wouldn’t jump on the epidemic bandwagon just to push their own agenda?

Think again. An excerpt follows (personal musings in bold).

Well, the new swine flu epidemic may (Oooh, nice use of the qualifier – my dick “may” reach 12 inches as well) already have killed more than 100 people in Mexico, and you don’t have to ask us twice to point out what’s responsible for all these outbreaks of animalborne diseases, one after another. Factory farming, of course. (Despite no evidence other than “farms are bad, mmmkay”?)

We think that this billboard, which we’re erecting in San Antonio, Texas, sums it up: (Ive modified it slightly to add a bit more reality.)


And for the record MRSA hasn’t been linked by any responsible journal I know of to intensive farming. E coli has been around forever, and swine flu is a busted flush….

Cramming animals by the hundreds or thousands into gigantic, windowless sheds (Bullshit! – any large shed I’ve been in has louvres rather than windows as its cheaper than air conditioning)—in which the air is teeming with bacteria (Bugger how the swine flu is a virus then, eh? Back to basic biology for you, eco-loon.) and the pigs’ or chickens’ throats are burned by the accumulated waste (Why? Its not in the farmer’s best interest to have sick or diseased animals.)—is a recipe for spreading virulent diseases. Just last month, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof wrote two articlesabout the spread of deadly methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus on pig farms.

No, Kristof isn’t psychic. He’s just paying attention—unlike the people at your local meat counter.

Bottom line: We can stop pigs from killing us if we simply stop killing them. (Now where’s the fun in that?)

Oh, and they are selling their pathetic “sea kittens” as plushies.

S&M sea kittens anyone?

S&M sea kittens anyone?

Im glad I dont eat healthy.

Ok if this fad takes off Ill be the one dressed as Blowie the blowfish on hot chicks night at the local nightclub…

Do ya think Im sexy?

Do ya think Im sexy?


The following vid will make all clear, The fun part is watching the reporters face change as he has a bite…

Sorry couldnt find a working embed so youll have to follow the link…. if you dare.

Spider of the Day

Brazilian Wandering Spider

Brazilian Wandering Spider

One of the most deadly spiders in the world was found in the produce section of an upscale Oklahoma grocery store.

[…]  Patients not only experience overall pain and an increase in blood pressure, they also get an uncomfortable erection.

In Brazil, emergency room staff can immediately spot the victims of a bite.


Happy Brazilian Wandering Spider

UPDATE: Hey, Look!  Wozza has more spiders – Australian spider funnies 😉

New Alcohol Guidelines

The Australian NHRMC (National Health Research Medical Council) recently released its updated guidelines for safe alcohol consumption, surprising many of us with its highly conservative recommendations which can very briefly be summarised as:

1. No more than two standard drinks for men and women each day (half the previous recommendation for men and one less for women)

2. No more than four standard drinks on any single occasion

3. No alcohol for pregnant or breastfeeding women or for those under 18 years of age.

I’ll briefly explain their reasoning in reverse order. Basically, for point 3, they have no actual evidence for harm or safety when it comes to low-moderate alcohol consumption, so they decided to err on the side of caution. In the text of their 140-odd page report they admit that there is probably little to no risk for people in these categories drinking small amounts of alcohol occasionally. They also state, quite frankly, that because they see themselves as a health advisory body, they are deliberately being conservative; not that you’ll get that nuance when the media delivers you the mini version you’ll hear on TV or read in the newspaper. The NHRMC also justifies its stance by quoting a poll reporting most people being in favour of such a recommendation. Good science, huh?

Regarding point 2 – safe alcohol limit on any single occasion – fear not; you’re not actually damaging your health by exceeding four standard drinks. No, the reasoning stems from emergency department data, showing the risk and severity of injury in ED attendees rises proportionally to alcohol intake. The problem of sample bias was clearly not factored in to their decision – one could postulate, for instance, that ED patients are more likely to be those who have consumed alcohol in potentially riskier situations – nightclubs, certain types of parties, whilst driving etc. But again, all you’ll likely hear is a blanket “no more than four” soundbite.

To the first point now: no more than two drinks/day. What about those Mediterraneans, you ask, who put away at least twice that every day? You’re right, of course – all-cause mortality is actually slightly lower in regular moderate drinkers (maybe not significantly so, but it certainly ain’t higher). It seems that the NHRMC is basing this recommendation on a study by Corrao in 1999, which I can’t be bothered paying the thirty dollars to access. Fortunately, Junkfood Science (see here and here) has analysed some of the other research on this topic for us, and in short, low-moderate alcohol consumption does not statistically alter the rates of any cancer. There are small protective trends for some and small harmful trends for others (which you would expect to find in epidemiological studies of this nature, where the chances of bias and confounding factors affecting the results are huge). The cancers supposedly increased by alcohol are those of the upper digestive and airway tracts. I can only wonder if the Corrao study adjusted for the possible higher rates of smoking amongst drinkers; certainly other studies purporting similar results did not (see first link above).

The NHRMC isn’t the only health council out there making such recommendations. I for one will be keeping my feelers out for more details on their evidence for such claims, especially the cancer links. But at this point, I remain sceptical.

It was good while it lasted

Mark Steyn’s take on where, thanks to all these new Vibey policies, America is headed.

In 1897, troops from the greatest empire the world had ever seen marched down London’s mall for Queen Victoria’s diamond jubilee. Seventy years later, Britain had government health care, a government-owned car industry, massive government housing, and it was a shriveled high-unemployment socialist basket-case living off the dwindling cultural capital of its glorious past. In 1945, America emerged from the Second World War as the preeminent power on earth. Seventy years later . . .

Let’s not go there.

That said, the UK is still going OK. Key word is ‘mix’, you American folks. For instance, make health care more affordable but don’t totally socialize it, like say, Cuba has.

What can happen when healthcare is totally socialised

Cuban hospital providing universal healthcare: what can happen when healthcare is totally socialised.

Third-rate Evidence for Third-hand Smoking

Please take the time to peruse this Junkfood Science analysis of the supposed perils of “Third-Hand Smoking” – a term only recently coined and referring to the minute traces of nicotine and other cigarette chemicals left behind by smokers, mainly in their own houses, and how these trace amounts might possible affect babies and young children.

As you would expect, the concentrations here are are about 10,000 times less than those found in second-hand smoke, itself a dubious health risk when you look at the evidence.

Don’t skip the analysis of polonium-210, a naturally occurring radioactive substance, and the number of years a baby would have to spend licking the floor to ingest lethal amounts. Rather droll, if it wasn’t for the creepy, insidious way these scares are propagated to control behaviour in society.

For the record, smoking is a health hazard. But that doesn’t give licence to these kind of scares.

McCain’s Perfect Choice for a Running Mate: Governor Sarah Palin

While most of the pedantic, two-dimensional, inside-the-box-thinking, conservative political hacks are touting Tom Ridge for the slot (Not a bad guy, but…), David Freddoso notes a far superior choice has been proposed: The Republican Governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin.

I believe this is a truly inspired idea. Gov. Palin ran as an anti-corruption outsider, and handily defeated a corrupt and entrenched Republican political machine. Plus, at 44, she would almost totally wipe the “age issue” McCain has off the slate, and since Obama is only two years her senior, there is no way they could attack her for her youth and inexperience: She has much more executive experience than Senator Obama has.

Not to mention the fact that, she’s a gorgeous woman who exudes mass quantities of charisma…


and has a super-solid family life.


Dibs on the eldest daughter! LOL!

This inspired choice would allow McCain to actually capitalize on his “maverick” persona, as Gov. Palin shook Alaska politics to the core: She’s a charming, charismatic woman, but she can also play with the big boys and kick ass.

What say ye?

UPDATE: Things are looking optimistic!

UPDATE II: Welcome to all 4500 8000 40,000 in the past few hours (so far!) people visiting us from Google. We’re a fairly opinionated right-wing blog, and you might like to take a look at our “About” page. You might also be interested in our other coverage of Sarah Palin and whether she becomes a prospective Vice President of the United States. You can find this coverage here and here. Personally, I hope she does, but you can feel free to debate the idea in comments below. All first comments are moderated, but unless you either insult or use severe profanity (and I mean severe by my standards, which generally only means the C U Next Tuesday word or the implication that someone has had a rather enjoyable erotic experience with someone who has borne a child), however if you come up with a new one, I may simply delete your comment. I, and all other contributors to this blog are more than fair in what we permit.

UPDATE III: Nayr Drahcir, don’t bother even trying. You will not be published.

UPDATE IV: A lot of people must like Palin.

UPDATE V: More coverage of Governor Sarah Palin and a theme song here.

UPDATE VI: Funniest observation on the announcement yet: “Put Obama and Palin on a basketball court one on one. Winner takes all!”

UPDATE VII: [spot_the_dog] No, we do not have any pictures of “Sarah Palin + Naked,” nor do we have any of “Sarah Palin + Swimsuit.” In the past 24 hours, there have been 157 separate searches on this site for “Sarah Palin Swimsuit,” and 161 separate searches for “Sarah Palin Naked.” I repeat, we have no bathing suit, swim suit, bikini, or naked pictures of Sarah Palin. What kind of people do you think we are, anyway? 😉

UPDATE VIIa: [spot_the_dog] Ace has noticed a similar search phenomenon on his blog and has a theory…

UPDATE VIII: A well-rounded view of the selection of Sarah Palin for the Vice President Nomination can be found here.

UPDATE IX:  We got it!  YES!  Nude photo of Sarah Palin right here!  (C’mon.  You know you want to click.)

UPDATE X: Feel free to visit our main page and read the latest posts we’ve written.

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