Saturday, September 20, 2008

Palin said Yes to Bridge to Nowhere

Just the facts folks. Palin was for that infamous bridge to nowhere until the feds pulled out and called it pork spending. As my grandmother use to say, "The proof is in the pudding."

The LA Times today details that whole story and her lies on the campaign trail. How can she continue to tell this lie and get away with it? Well, she's not getting away with it. Facts trump rhetoric.

Meanwhile Fox news reporters Hannity and Van Susteren spent three days interviewing Todd and Sarah Palin in what turned out to be infotainment so frothy, slanted, and off-point they managed new lows for the cable network that's known for low standards!


To me, it's scary that people want to vote for a known liar. What's even more disturbing is that despite the truth, people will vote for McCain/Palin because their not interested in substantial issues; just in jingoistic rhetoric that supports their narrow world views. Who truly believes that Sarah Palin would make a good president if McCain dies in office?

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