Monday, September 15, 2008

Sarah Palin: Running With A Bad Crowd

So this is the crew that has every "progressive" in America (and the rest of the world?) in an uproar. You know the "progressives" don't you? The people who aren't worried about Barack Obama's associations with convicted criminals, like Tony Rezko, or a domestic terrorist, like Bill Ayers, or racists and race-baiters, like Al Sharpton, Michael Pflieger, Jeremiah Wright, and Louis Farrakhan? As a matter of fact, the "progressives" are insisting there's something very wrong with you if you pay any attention to Barack's guys and don't start seriously focusing on these clowns - they're DANGEROUS!!!

I don't know. I mean, I agree, they look like they might be able to do the U.S. a lot of damage - by making us all Christmas cookies with waaay too much sugar - but, beyond that, whatever other harmful effects they might want to inflict on us seems to be flying pretty low on the radar. And I should know, because I've spent quite a bit of time around some damn crafty (and totally disingenuous) characters, like drug dealers, NewAgers, left-wing political types, and other assorted gangsters. I could be wrong but, if you ask me, these guys just don't fit.

Still, as a former liberal, I'm willing to do my part - so listen up, America, the word has gone out: if you're dumb enough to think the overly-grinning bozos above will do the right thing by us, then the "progressives" of the world were smart to spread all those bogus, shifty-eyed stories, about the most popular governor in the country having her own kid's baby, book banning, religious fanaticism, and a hidden agenda to take over the world. The papers were right to repeat them, too.

"Progressives" only used such under-handed tactics because they've always had our best interests at heart; and, I guess, one look at these folks and any fool should have all the proof they need to finally know what's what:

This is the face of America's Real Enemy, and - no matter what - they're definitely the ones not to be trusted.

Really: the rest of us are just too simple to have figured that out on our own.