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Head cheerleader of the flat earth party Sarah Palin praised businessman and Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain but also called him the "flavor of the week" during an appearance on Fox News' "On The Record" with Greta Van Susteren propaganda/ Scientology show Tuesday night. I guess she would know. Pot meet kettle was all I could think...
"Take Herb Cain. (His name is Herman, Herb Caen was a reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, it appears she reads after all), Look at why he's doing so well right now. I guess you could say, with all due respect, he’s the flavor of the week," Palin said. According to that book that was written about her, she likes dark chocolate, sexual chocolate.
"Because Herb (His name is still Herman) Cain is the one up there who doesn't look like he's part of that permanent political class," the former half governor continued, still fumbling on the candidate's first name. "He came from a working class family. He's had to make it on his own all these years. We respect that." So, the Clown of the Week, Month, Year has something to say about the flavor of the month? Is she jealous that he is stealing her title?
The former CEO of Godfather's Pizza, Cain has managed to defy expectations in his run for the Republican presidential nominee, even notching a surprise win over former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Texas Gov. Rick Perry in the Florida straw poll last Saturday. Don't worry, Uncle Ruckus will fade into the wind, because he is the "black friend" to the tea party to try and convince the media that they aren't racists.
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In addition to addressing Cain's current standing in the GOP primary, Palin also discussed the threats and fantasies surrounding her own possible candidacy.
"I'm going to keep repeating though, Greta, through my process of decision-making with my family and with my close friends as to whether I should throw my name in the hat for the GOP nomination for 2012: Is a title worth it?" she said, "Does a title shackle a person? Are they -- someone like me, maverick, you know, I do go rogue, and I call it like I see it, and I don't mind stirring it up.... is a title and is a campaign too shackling? Does that prohibit me from being out there, out of the box, not allowing handlers to shape me?" Shackles? Do the shackles come with a leather bustier, a ball gag perhaps?
What? Whats the matter boo boo, Sarah, cant ya read the notes written on your hands?? LMAO.. no one need bother doing a caricature of Sarah....every time she opens that pie hole she c
Here is my poem dedicated to the little rogue maverick, maggot, barracuda:
Sarah, standing next to the curb
'Bout pizza guy had a little blurb
She had trouble stopping
Thinking 'bout toppings
That's why she called him a Herb
Maybe when she says something in her critiques about the candidate from "Nantucket" then another poem will follow.
Let's run it through the Palinomete
"I'm not running because I can't find anyone who wants to become my campaign manager. Every last one I approach calls me "unmanagea
Besides, there's more money and self-flatt
Beehive hairdo, cheap fleece top, bedazzled flag pin and she is making excuses about why she won't run? Here is the truth Caribou: YOU CAN"T WIN and you know it. Did you see Palin deep throating a corn dog in Iowa? That was her crazed eyed clone Bachmann along with her Tutti Fruity husband. Silly Sistah Sawah pops out of her moose house to flibber flubber her spaced out comments to her equally "challenge
News Flash: Sarah, the minute you quit your job as governor, you stopped being a maverick at all. You simply became another fame-hungr
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She can hold her breath longer than most people due to the extra reserve of air she keeps in her head.