Palin on Biden’s Age

I’m trying really hard to limit my Palin posts but every single time I say “That’s it. No more Palin posts for the night,” she says something else that makes you expect the camera to pan quickly to the right to a smoking Rod Serling telling us that we are indeed in The Twilight Zone. But Serling never appears. Something somewhere has gone wrong and we’re stuck watching as a woman who could possibly be president in a few weeks rattles on, mostly incoherently, mocking the age of the vice presidential candidate of the other party who is 6 years younger than her running mate who is the one trying to be elected President.

Hell, Saturday Night Live realized that they couldn’t write funnier lines than the answer that Palin gave to Couric and just had Fey say them verbatim. We’re 5 weeks away to electing Poe’s Law to the Vice Presidency of the U.S. of W.T.F.

Sarah Palin Can’t Name a Newspaper That She Reads

It’s that gotcha journalism that gots her again.

Actually, this sounds familiar. Wasn’t there someone else who hated to read anything in the news? Oh, that’s right:

But when he is on the receiving end, Bush prefers his news heavily filtered. “I glance at the headlines, just to get kind of a flavor,” he told Brit Hume of Fox News last month. But, “I rarely read the stories” because “a lot of times there’s opinions mixed in with news.” Instead, “I get briefed by [White House Chief of Staff] Andy Card and Condi [Rice, the national security adviser] in the morning.”

Google Comes Out in Support of Gay Marriage


However, while there are many objections to this proposition — further government encroachment on personal lives, ambiguously written text — it is the chilling and discriminatory effect of the proposition on many of our employees that brings Google to publicly oppose Proposition 8. While we respect the strongly-held beliefs that people have on both sides of this argument, we see this fundamentally as an issue of equality. We hope that California voters will vote no on Proposition 8 — we should not eliminate anyone’s fundamental rights, whatever their sexuality, to marry the person they love.