The reason for the skit was because Sarah had decided to not do what was
expected of her, which can be anticipated for any future situations, I
I realize the context of the show, I've watched since it's first airing.
Tina would be better qualified IMO.
Sarah declined to perform in a manner which was beneath her dignity.
She's a state governor, a candidate for the 2nd highest office in the
country, not a comedienne or an actress. She made the correct decision
and showed some class.
She's a cool lady, and you guys can't stand that.
On Mon, 20 Oct 2008 18:05:03 -0400, the infamous "Ed Huntress"
The way the Rep party is polarizing and disintegrating (identical to
the Dem discombobulation 4 years ago; doesn't anyone in D.C. learn
from blatant, life-changing mistakes?), I guess you might get your
wish for Prez, Ed. Hell, maybe I'll just give old Bob Barr the vote,
or write in Ron Paul, or just blow off voting... <sigh>
I really tried to watch the debates last Friday, but about 6 minutes
into it, it became so juvenile that I had to turn it off.
NOTA for President, damnit!
"Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it whether it
exists or not, diagnosing it incorrectly, and applying the wrong
remedy." -- Ernest Benn
Dignity.. you're the funny one
She has a somewhat attractive face (I haven't looked any furrther) and
that's the only thing that's held anyone's attention in the media
You should offer up your list of other dignified zealots.
(jumping up and down) My god! This question was about SEX! You remember
sex, it came before your lathe : )
Let me try again....
Who would you rather have sex with, the actress Tina or the Gov. Palin?
Come on, play fair, this is a fun question!
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