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Sarah Palin Uses Anagram Powers to Find God in the Constitution

Mediaite has tipped me off to the latest in Palinisms. In an interview with Bill O’Reilly, 2012 presidential contender Sarah Palin makes an attempt to set a new world record in sentence length:

Bill O’Reilly: So why do you think America is a Christian nation?

Sarah Palin: I have said all along that America is [...]

Sarah Palin Doesnt Even Make Sense By Creationist Standards

Sarah Palin is a grandmother, and she’s still accepting beliefs from elders without critically examining them to make sure that they make sense. Palin has failed to advance beyond the reasoning abilities of a child in elementary school. [...]

Palin and Pawlenty Point the Way for GOP in 2012: Outside Agitators for President

This week, Republican former governor Sarah Palin enthusiastically endorsed NY 23rd District Conservative Party congressional candidate Doug Hoffman. Her statement left no doubt of her position:

The people of the 23rd Congressional District of New York are ready to shake things up, and Doug Hoffman is coming on strong as Election Day approaches! He needs [...]

Palin Minus 367: Place in Hell for Women who Don’t Support Me

Just one year ago, Sarah Palin was still a Vice Presidential candidate, doing her darndest to scramble back up the pebbly slope to Victory. Her lunge 367 days ago:

There’s a place in Hell reserved for women who don’t support other women.

Are we in a better place today than we were last year?

Who Are the Major Republican Presidential Candidates for 2012?

Who do you consider the major Republican candidates for President in 2012 to be? [...]

Can You See Russia from Hong Kong?

If you thought that Sarah Palin planned to retire from politics when she prematurely resigned as Governor of Alaska, think again. Palin is taking a trip to Asia next month, to speak to the annual Credit Lyonnais Securities Asia (CLSA) investment managers’ meeting in Hong Kong. What reason is there for Palin to take this [...]

In Swag Searches, GOP Attention Still Focused on McCain and Palin

This past March, I looked into the number of searches made by people looking for various forms of gear at CafePress featuring the names of various possible Republican presidential contenders for 2012. (If you log in to CafePress.com, you can find out how many people searched for bumper stickers, buttons or shirts for sale featuring [...]

Will Some Republican Tell Me What is Wrong With Triage?

Earlier tonight someone visited Irregular Times to leave this comment asserting that Sarah Palin’s imagined “death panels” actually do exist in current health care reform legislation:

Hey, call it what you will but the “death panel” comments were right on. So much so that the whole liberal elite was up in arms about it. If [...]

With the Advent of Palin, Fewer Name Baby Girls Sarah

2008 marked the advent of Sarah Palin as the Republican Vice Presidential candidate. In 2008, the name Sarah fell to its lowest level of popularity for baby girls in a quarter of a century.

Coincidence?

The New Death Panel: Well Baby Visits are ObamaCare Home Invasions!

Death Panel Follies

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin took to Facebook last week to make this pronouncement about H.R. 3200, a version of health care reform legislation before the House:

The America I know and love is not one in which my parents or my baby with Down Syndrome will have to stand in front [...]

Sarah Palin Finally Explains Her Absolutely Bonkers Reason for Quitting as Governor of Alaska

In her farewell speech on Sunday, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin finally explained to the world why she resigned:

We are here today at a “changing of the guard.” Now, knowing how much I love this state – some still choose not to hear why I made the decision to chart a new course to [...]