By Bad Seed
Who's Sarah Palin? THIS is the REAL Sarah "Political Stunt" Palin. Republican Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin told a passel of lies during her national convention speech. Within moments of the finish of the acceptance speech, the Associated Press published a point-by-point refutation of claims made by Palin and others at the GOP convention. Additionally, the Republicans stretched the truth by overstating Palins experience, misrepresenting her attitude toward earmarks and mischaracterizing Barack Obamas tax proposals. ome of the untruths Palin told:
She falsely claimed (again) to have opposed the Bridge To Nowhere.
As mayor of Wasilla, Palin hired a lobbyist and traveled to Washington annually to support earmarks for the town totaling $27 million. .
Obama appeared on Bill O'Reilly's "The O'Reilly Factor" where he refuted Palin's claims. Obama found himself under Republican fire this week after his comment "You can put lipstick on a pig, but it's still a pig" was made. Conservatives have criticized Obama, calling his comments sexist and in reference to Palin's quip "What's the difference between a hockey mom and a pitbull? Lipstick". The Obama campaign insists that the Illinois senator was using a common colloquialism. On Thursday, September 11th, Palin sat down with Charlie Gibson of ABC News for her first major interview. During the interview Palin raised eyebrows with her comment that Barack Hussein Obama will regret not having chosen senator Hilary Clinton as his running mate. On Saturday, September 13th, NBC's Saturday Night Live (SNL) presented a parody, featuring alumni Tina Fey along with Amy Poehler, in which the two spoofed Palin along with Democratic senator Hillary Clinton. Tina Fay has been noted as a Sara Palin look a like. On September 19th, comedienne Sandra Bernhard released a verbal attack against the VP candidate. On September 27th, once again on Saturday Night Live (SNL), Tina Fey and Amy Poehler parody, spoof, and mock the Sarah Palin and Katie Couric Interview. And once again, Tina Fay gives a spot on performance of Sarah Palin at the Katie Couric interview.
WHO'S THAT GIRL: Madonna's "Who's That Girl" was a huge success all around the world and effortlessly made it to the number one spot in countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, Spain, Canada, South Africa and many others. The song was nominated for "Best Song From A Motion Picture" at the 1988 Grammy Awards and "Best Original Song" at the 1988 Golden Globe Awards.
In 2008, Madonna released her eleventh studio album, Hard Candy, which spawned the international hit "4 Minutes" a duet with Justin Timberlake, featuring Timbaland. An international tour to promote the album, the Sticky & Sweet Tour, began on August 23.
Palin served two terms as mayor of her home town of Wasilla, then in 2006 became Alaskas youngest and first female governor. Now, at 44, the former beauty queen aims to become the USAs first female Vice-President.
Katie Couric will spend two days traveling on the campaign trail with Governor Sarah Palin on Sunday, September 28 and Monday, September 29, conducting an exclusive interview to be broadcast on the CBS Evening News with Katie Couric beginning Monday the 29th (Part 1). Coverage will continue on Tuesday, September 30th (Part 2) on the Early Show. The interview will take place just days before the Vice Presidential debate between Palin and Senator Joe Biden in St. Louis on Thursday, October 2.
The scandal known as "Troopergate" gained national attention after Republican presidential candidate John McCain chose Palin as his running mate.
Fox New's Bill O'Reilly and Anne Coulter take a stab at both Jon Stewart's the Daily Show and Stephen Colbert's the Colbert Report for "the Liberal biases and conspiracy of the Media."
Sandra Bernhard is appearing. It has video of Bernhard calling Palin "Uncle Women," a "turncoat bitch" and a "whore." Bernhard also claimed that Palin Would Be Gang-Raped By Blacks in Manhattan if the democrats lost the election.
The presidential debate will be aired on C-SPAN, CNN, MSNBC, and Fox Faux News on Friday, September 26 2008 in Mississippi. Part 1 I of the president debate will include Barack Obama and John McCain discussing the economy and recent Wall Street economic crisis and the Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac bailout. Part II 2 will include international foreign affairs. Question Part 3 of continues discussion of the economic recession and potential great depression 2. Part 4 of the presidential debate questions Barack Obama and John McCain on Lehman Brothers, job loss, and a failing American economy. The president debate between Barack Obama and John McCain promises to accuse each other for the blame of our economic crisis. Presidential debate 2008 between Jon McCain vs Barak Obama, live on September 26th 2008 9/26/08.
Dedicated to Greg - I love you.