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McCain Campaign Thinks of Sarah Palin in Puppy, Child or Slave Terms

While the McCain campaign complains that Americans asking questions are not treating Sarah Palin in the regal manner a Queen deserves, consider how the McCain campaign itself thinks of Sarah Palin. John McCain’s senior adviser Charles Black described her relationship to John McCain in this way:

She’s going to learn national security at the foot of the master for the next four years, and most doctors think that he’ll be around at least that long.

“at the foot of the master”…

Roll that around on your tongue for a little while.

“at the foot of the master”…

There are three contexts in which one sits “at the foot of the master”:

Sarah Palin as a Dog at John McCain's foot

Sarah Palin as a Child at the Foot of John McCain

Sarah Palin as a Slave at the Foot of Jabba the Hut

Which is it? Does John McCain’s senior adviser think of Sarah Palin as a dog, a child, or a slave?

7 thoughts on “McCain Campaign Thinks of Sarah Palin in Puppy, Child or Slave Terms”

  1. Pinkerton says:

    None of the above. They think of her as a WOMAN.

  2. EvilPoet says:

    Welcome to the Zone…

    There is a fifth dimension, beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground that joins church and state, confuses science and superstition, and it lies between the depth of faith and the summit of ignorance. This is the dimension of fundamentalism. It is an area which we call the Religious Twilight Zone. (Apologies to the Rod Serling Memorial Foundation)

    Hey MSM – how’s the BBQ and donuts today? Yum. Yum. If you write real good about the GOP’s new holy roller – McSame might give you seconds.

  3. Jim says:

    Oh, right. Right. I forgot that, Pinkerton. According to Republicans, it is the job of women to sit at the foot of their rightful masters, combining slave, child and dog all in one.

    Thanks for pointing that out.

  4. Sam says:

    This is a clear sign of Palin Distress Disorder…I see a melt down in progress….and I am really enjoying this….

  5. Jon says:

    This is a rediculous arguement.

  6. Jim says:

    That’s ridiculous, Jon, and if it really is ridiculous, why don’t you ridicule it with substance instead of your anemic eh?

    How would you feel if a Democrat had referred to Sarah Palin sitting “at the foot of the Master?” Hmmmmmmm?

  7. Jon says:

    Well Jim find the whole comment that was made and not just half of one and I will take into an account the whole meaning. think bud for pointing this out.

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