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Thursday, February 11, 2010

It's Her Party: The Brilliance of Sarah Palin

It's Her Party: The Brilliance of Sarah Palin

From: Time Magazine

Will she be the next American prez? Knock wood!

One is led to think quite cynically that the person in epigraph is yet another attempt by the Establishment, in this case in the country to the north, to hijack the Debate and have the masses take to the streets abuzz in chatter and soundless substance.

We all know that when it comes to Money, the Economy, and Gimme-more-you-bastard kind of mentality, the great U.S of A trumps all others. Give us a break!

It is a sound fact that the money is in the hands of the oligarchy and that what they call Joe and Joanne Doe are left with nothing but mortgages and maxed-out credit cards and heart disease. You betcha.

In the nation to the north on our side of the pond, people are made to consume twenty four seven and if you're not careful, in-between. You can count on your fingers those who have given up trying to keep up with the Joneses.

In our case, further to the south, when we use our beloved credit cards, where do you think the money we pay in goes to? Or that tithe you pay in that church? Excuse me, you are being far too hard on them. Do they not return the funds in the form of help and charity and this that and the other for you people?

BS! Period. We are slaves to the machine. It is all money that talks and we cannot do the walk if we don't have it. Is that good for you? Now if you happen to believe that all I am saying is nothing but inspired drivel, I would suggest you wake up and smell the coffee. Brazilian coffee. To die for.

ol⋅i⋅gar⋅chy  /ˈɒlɪˌgɑrki/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [ol-i-gahr-kee] Show IPA
–noun, plural -chies. 1. a form of government in which all power is vested in a few persons or in a dominant class or clique; government by the few.
2. a state or organization so ruled.
3. the persons or class so ruling.


1570–80; < ML oligarchia < Gk oligarchía. See olig-, -archy Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2010.
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  1. As things are now, the question is not whether Sara Palin will be the next president, the question is whether there will still be an America.

  2. Oh, there will be, Duta. The United States will be there forever and, hopefully, a different country altogether. All inclusive. Just, fair and a beacon of light. Pardon me if i exxxagerate.