Satan’s Game – For the Horde!
Now this is when it gets interesting. … kerchunk … kerchunk …
The GOP found out that a Democratic candidate for elected office in Maine played a little computer game known as World of Warcraft (WoW).
It wasn’t something the candidate ever tried to hide.
How did the Maine Republican Party respond? By launching a website that seeks to portray the candidate as some kind of a sick freak. They tried to portray her in-game character as a dangerous real life (RL) thing.
Ominous. She’s a level 85 Orc Rogue that specializes in “assassination.” And she likes to stab things! Is that what we need in Maine politics? In the online game she gets away with “crude, vicious and violent” comments.
Maine needs a State Senator that lives in the real world, not in Colleen’s fantasy world.
–Maine Republican Party website
Yeah! I mean why the hell can’t she go out and just get a mistress like a real Maine politician??? Zumba is was more RL than the sick fantasy of WoW, right?
As always, this got me to thinking. What games have you ever played, you sick freaks???
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Sarah Palin is a liar
Note: Don’t ya hate it when you think of a post title that is informative and humorous, then you plug it into the google and find out it’s not as unique as you had hoped? You betcha! wink, wink. Oh well, I’m sticking with it.
It might not seem like it, but I really have nothing much against Sarah Palin as person. She’s a real person with real feelings. I get that.
My only real beef with her is that she is a liar. I don’t care if she has a different point of view than my own. That is actually part of what makes this country great. But using lies to manipulate and deceive is wrong. If you can’t sell with the truth then you need to re-evaluate what you are selling.
The web site PolitiFact.com has a page they call the “Sarah Palin file.” It is a page where they assess the truthfulness of statements made by Palin. For a figure so prominent on the national stage the lack of honesty is quite alarming.
Then today I found this on the Wall Street Journal web site. The following tidbit is made even more impressive when you consider that the WSJ is owned by Rupert Murdoch:
It is her mastery of the lament that explained former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin’s appeal last year, and now her knack for self-pity is on full display in her book, “Going Rogue.” This is the memoir as prolonged, keening wail, larded with petty vindictiveness. With an impressive attention to detail, Ms. Palin settles every score, answers every criticism; locates a scapegoat for every foul-up, and fastens an insult on every critic, down to the last obscure Palin-doubter back in Alaska.
When it comes to politicians, the TRUTH is of paramount importance, at least to me. Just tell me the truth. That’s all I ask. If you stick with the truth you have a chance of getting me to see your point. Without truth I’ve got absolutely no use for you. In the final analysis, Palin is nothing more than a snake oil salesperson, and we have far, far too many of those these days.
Sarah, this one’s for you:
I don’t want some pretty face to tell me pretty lies
All I want is someone to believe
Death Panel invititation – please RVSP
You are cordially invited:
What, exactly, does it mean to go “rogue?” I checked the Merriam-Webster dictionary and found this:
- vagrant, tramp
- a dishonest or worthless person : scoundrel
- a mischievous person : scamp
- a horse inclined to shirk or misbehave
- an individual exhibiting a chance and usually inferior biological variation
And this is how Palin describes herself? I could not agree more.
Going rouge with Palin: We must, we must, we must build up the trust
So, Sarah Palin gave a speech on Friday, November 6, to a Wisconsin right to life group. Big deal. But I did find her level of paranoia a bit weird:
… Palin appears to be doing her best to keep a low profile on this trip: no press will be allowed into the Milwaukee auditorium where she will speak and those who have paid the $30 admittance fee are unable to carry in cell phones, cameras, laptops, or recording devices of any kind.
Bush didn’t allow tshirts. Palin hates electronics. But Obama allows gun toting peeps. Interesting.
During the speech she blathered on about death panels (without actually using those words until she Twitted the next day). Yawn. That’s old and busted.
The other side of that coin (heh) was her new beef with new coins. Apparently the position of the words “In God We Trust” on some new fangled coins has changed slightly. The words have been moved closer to the edge of the coin. Palin, of course, sees this as the latest crazy liberal direct attack on her God. “It’s a disturbing trend,” she said, implying that the next step is off the coin completely. She wanted to know, “Who calls a shot like that? Who makes a decision like that?”
Can someone please step in and explain to Palin how government works? Perhaps the little piece of parchment from Schoolhouse Rock who likes to sing, “I’m just a bill” would be able to answer her questions.
Yo! Palin! It’s not Obama, you dweeb. It was someone you recently went all roguish on:
As they say, don’t let the facts get in the way. For the record: Barack Obama had nothing to do with it. The legislation which inspired the U.S. Mint to move the phrase was passed by the Republican Congress of 2005 and signed by President Bush. The law was rescinded by the Senate in 2007 in a bill backed by Republican Brownback of Kansas and Democrat Byrd of West Virginia.
LOLZ! Facts indeed. Keep tilting at those windmills, Don Palin.
Editor’s Note: Hey, how you likin’ my headline skillz now, biatch? And the mad Photochoppin’, too! I crack myself up. And isn’t “rogue” is one of the most commonly mispelled words ever?