CROOK.TH-THAT’S NOT CH-CHANGE WE CAN BELIEVE IN: Ha ha, maverick reformer Sarah Palin ran incredibly corrupt indicted-Senator Ted Stevens’ corporate fund-raising 527. Ha ha ha ha. [Yglesias]

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  1. The only real question for tonight–Does Jon Stewart lead with Bristol, Gustav, or the luck of the GOP in having a good excuse (well, not so good since it wasn’t that much of a hurricane, I guess) to dis-invite Dick and W to MSP?

  2. [re=77944]Vanity Smurf[/re]: Soon, Grasshopper, your wish will be granted. I can see Matthews trying not to spit on the camera/his guest now. I mean, isn’t Old Ted’s trial supposed to start, well, SOON? And didn’t the court refuse to move it to Alaska? Does John not think we know anything about this?

  3. [re=77944]Vanity Smurf[/re]: In 5, 4, 3, 2…

    I was wondering how the woman was going to make it through the week, when I heard the Bristol thing. Now I’m wondering how she’ll make it through the day. Home to “Spend time with her family” by dinner, at this point.

  4. Fuck me, this woman is having a shitty week. I sorta feel sorry for Sarah and Bristol (and Trig, too, because I almost failed Trig). Still, since 99.99999995% of ‘merkins can’t tell you who Uncle Ted is, the PAC thing is just no factor. The made-for=lifetime State Trooper story: now that’s a keeper.

  5. [re=77957]Serolf Divad[/re]:
    No worries. No one expected this to be one of the snarkiest days evah. I figured I’d be reading about the 2nd of sinking New Orleans by Gustav not how Hurricane BabbyMama is sinking the Walnuts/Palin Ticket.


    Oh god, I haven’t laughed this hard since my boyfriend in high school dropped trou in front of me and said, “come and get it, baby.”

  7. So… use Stevens as long as you can then shoot him down to get ahead…

    Maybe she’s blackmailing McCain and he dare not ask her to pull out.

    Honestly, I don’t see a withdrawal coming. The base is going to love her and forgive everything. Suckers for a pretty face…

  8. She listed Ireland as one of the foreign countries she’s visited along with her recent trip to visit troops in Germany and Kuwait. Turns out the plane stopped to refuel at Shannon, and she didn’t get further than the Duty Free shop. What a fraud.

  9. “Ted Stevens Excellence in Public Service, Inc.” Sally Plain, CEO

    Further proof that in addition to successfully negotiating the sale of Siberia to Alaska for 17 Euros, Gov.-Gen. Plain has proven her diplomatic skills through successfully negotiating the razor’s edge of simultaneously backing and critiquing the shenannigans and civic accomplishments of the late (and wiggy) “Ted” Stevens, the only man in the Senate older than John McExxon. In other words, Sally will have her cake and eat it, too, thank you very much…while terrorist Barry goes around asking for five dollar bills to defeat Hurricane Juan Carlos.

  10. Only 23 days until Ted Stevens’ trial.

    That gives Sarah 22 days to withdraw, go home, have a kid, get pregnant, increase her popularity rating to 99% in the polls, and hope all this national nightmare ends by winter (September 25 in Wasilla).

  11. So: Sarah Palin has 20 months executive experience as governor of Alaska, which is about as long as Obama has had executive experience running his campaign. Which is bigger? And more successful? And has fewer scandals? (And fewer babies?)

  12. This woman is the best thing to happen to dreary workdays since…well, ever.

    Quick question (that MSM journalists can actually ask): How did she know Trig had Down Syndrome before he was born? Having just had a baby–and been under big pressure to have the marker test done–I can tell you what I finally dragged out of my doctor: There is no reason to have that test done unless you might abort. Period. Isn’t she constantly using her decision to keep him as a testament to her anti-choice adherence?

    And if she didn’t have the marker test and had the amnio, she was seriously risking miscarriage. Just like she was when she was vigorously exercising into her third trimester, taking over 14 hours to get to the hospital after her fucking water broke, etc. etc. etc…

    Then again, we need only look to her decision to put her daughter through this to see what kind of pus-weeping cuntsore we’re dealing with.

    Pretty, though! And (unintentionally) funny to boot!

  13. Her Troopergate sister has NINE kids. No wonder she won for mayor of Wasilla–she was probably related to 70% of the population.

  14. If you see a bunch of people capering around the streets of St. Paul wearing foam moose antlers and grabbing their crotches, it’s probably Pawlenty’s staff, who were reportedly powerfully P-Oed at McCain for the way the VP thing was handled.

  15. It’s like Palin’s entire family is banding together to make Sara’s Veeporial debut as car-crashriffic as possible, with each thudding bombshell more Onionesque than the last.
    THAT’S t-t-teamwork I can b-b-believe in.

    Watch out for the toddler 4-month-old boy. I predict he’ll announce he’ll be entering meth rehab before the day’s over.

  16. [re=78033]The Incomparable Tiny Valdez[/re]: If you want to see hot, try to find pictures of some of her nieces. Her sister cranked out a couple that make Sarah look like the last choice on the Fuck Me team.

  17. So Sarah Palin shilled for Ted Stevens…
    then Ted Stevens invented the internet…
    then Sarah Palin turns against Ted Stevens…
    and then the internet destroys the lives of Sarah Palin and her entire family.

    Does this mean we’re all just constructs in Ted Stevens’s demented Lawnmower Man virtual reality?

  18. [re=78034]Twinkle Twinkle Lil Star[/re]: I’m adding the phrase pus-weeping cuntsore to my resume and all future emails to my boss. These two choices are surprisingly well-correlated, btw.

  19. ding ding ding ding!. DailyKOS has it up right now–she was a member of a radical fringe party who want Alaska to secede from the US and dissolve the US government it they take away their bitter guns or something.

  20. [re=78024]BobLoblawLawBlog[/re]: She probably had to have the test done because of her age. Also, it’s very, very common for that test to come up positive if you are over 35. Even more likely if over 40. And most people would want to know the answer, not to get an abortion, but to prepare for a special needs child. (at least, I would hope she would want to prepare herself and her family…though running for VP wouldn’t be the way I would chose to take care of my child).

  21. [re=78064]trai_dep[/re]: I might put it on my business card.

    Twinkle Twinkle Lil Star
    Starving Writer
    Sarah Palin is a pus-weeping cuntsore

  22. [re=77968]DangerousLiberal[/re]: Your comment: “I sorta feel sorry for Sarah and Bristol…” Pull yourself together, man. Don’t go all wobbly on us. Now is the time to attack that vicious little fuck-factory and her monster spawn. Do not, repeat, do not, give this Bible-thumping, fetus worshipping, Big Oil whore an even break. Just sayin’.

  23. [re=78073]hockeymom[/re]: I don’t know if anyone ever HAS to get the test done if the pregnancy’s normal. Like I said, when I kept pressing my doctor on reasons for seriously pressuring me to get the test (mother’s health, preparations, etc.), he finally fessed up to the reason being that knowing might “make a difference” in how you view the pregnancy itself. Even a staunchly pro-choice woman (like I am) got disgusted by the implication. I find it hard to believe she couldn’t assert herself at least as well as I did.

  24. [re=78101]BobLoblawLawBlog[/re]: Here’s what I meant…when you are over 35, even in a normal, healthy pregnancy, the sugar test (if I remember correctly, I’m probably wrong), often turns up with a Down marker. Then, you can choose whether or not you want to get an amnio. Happened to me with both pregnancies. Lots of women say “no” because they don’t want a giant needle being stuck into their belly. I chose to get the amnio both times because I wanted to know if my children were going to have Down Syndrome. (they didn’t, but my husband and I wanted to know ahead of time so we could figure out how to raise the baby).

  25. [re=78113]hockeymom[/re]: I absolutely think you and your husband did the right thing. What I had meant to say was that I’m surprised that a super-duper let-go-and-let-God type would have anything done that might endanger the fetus for her own reasons. Then again, I think I’m just thinking that way because of the way she acted during the “labor.” Long story short: she’s a horrible mother.

  26. Damn. Check out the HuffPo if you haven’t already. There’s a new scandal popping up every hour.

    But now I just think we’re being played. They want us to think the people who got Bush two terms just went full retard on us all of a sudden? Bullshit. All part of the plan I say.

  27. [re=77952]Serolf Divad[/re]:
    He knew it before anybody else!! Mmmm, no wonder he was gone for a while. Sure he had to go hunting with Todd in order to proceed with his proposition.

  28. A Story
    by Dil Havarti, in character

    I pledge allegiance, to my book, for the United TruckNutz of America,
    And to “the Industry”, for which it stands nyack nyack nyack,
    Twelve Hundred Dollars fat cancerous bitch,
    Under Baby Jeebuz,
    With women’s lib just a rubber, wait, when was the civil war?

    Hey, is that a boner? I want a cookie.. I quit, in a mob kinda way.

    The End

    Thank you, thank you, thank you, you’re too kind.

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