Thursday, October 30, 2008



The above blasphemy was spewed out by Ms. Palin at an October 4th rally in California just after she was introduced by the feminazi who is the current President of the Loa Angeles chapter of the liberal N.O.W., Shelly Mandell. Her introduction to Palin pointed out that. “This is what a feminist looks like!”

That reminds me of the introduction of the leader of the Oshkosh. WI sodomite group, “Queers on the Water”. Michael Kahl proudly presented himself with, “This is what a gay man looks like!”

Both homosexuality and feminism are wicked perversions of God’s design for men, women, and families.

Mandell’s predecessor as LA NOW President, Tammy Bruce, is an avowed lesbian, and a pro-choice Democrat. She also endorses Ms. Palin.

Thursday, October 09, 2008



That's what Ms. Palin said in response to being asked about her position on whether a homosexual could pray for God to change his sexual perversion.

Here's what my five year old daughter Hannah prayed this evening:

"Dear Lord, thank you for providing for us. Bless this food. We love you Lord. In Jesus' Name, Amen."

If I ever need someone to pray for me, I'd much prefer it to be my little girl than Ms. Palin.

Ms. Palin had more nonsense to spew:

"But as for homosexuality, I am not going to judge Americans and the decisions that they make in their adult personal relationships. I have one of my absolute best friends for the last 30 years happens to be gay, and I love her dearly. And she is not my 'gay friend,' she is one of my best friends, who happens to have made a choice that isn’t a choice that I have made. But I am not going to judge people."

Never mind that the Bible tells us to "judge all things", to "prove all things and hold fast to that which is good", and to "try the spirits". We can't expect someone who doesn't have a clue about prayer to have a clue about scripture.



Naples Daily News, FL October 6, 2008

Sarah Palin vs. the heckler

'My son's over in Iraq, fighting for your right to protest'

When a protester made noise near the stage, Palin said, “My son is over in Iraq fighting for your right to protest right now.”

TG: How does anybody fighting in Iraq right now protect our right to protest? Nobody from Iraq was a serious threat to our rights. Only our own government threatens our right to protest.

... The protester, a man, was escorted outside by security. Another group of protestors farther away from the stage were also lead outside.

TG: Apparently Palin's son and his compatriots are not doing a very good job of protecting our rights to protest if the protestor was immediately hauled away by Palin's security. The protestor was infringed on by our own government, not Iraq's. Looks like Track Palin will be fighting against his own mother, if she is telling the truth about him protecting our right to protest.



In a list of over 70 items, there may be a handful that are overstated (that still leaves dozens of items to deal with) or mistaken. Here are a couple of corrections and updates I want to make to the below items:

* Ms. Palin has clarified that her statement quoted as claiming the war on terror was "a task from God" was meant to convey the message that our prayers were asking for God's guidance to be sure our action was within God's will, and thereby "a task of God". In lieu of an audio of her actual statement, we will take her at her word and withdraw that claim unless it can be better substantiated.

* The claim that the policy during Palin's administration forced rape victims (or their insurance) to pay for their own investigation is technically true, but Palin might not have been in favor of the policy. The lack of rapes in Wasilla could easily have kept such a law from being noticed. We will not hold Ms. Palin accountable for every law on the books, when such laws have never been implemented.

* The racy photo on the Vogue cover was a photoshop job. Still, Palin has shown plenty of leg in several photos. Enough to get the attention of the President of Pakistan and be criticised by Muslims for being immodest, during the campaign.