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Saturday, November 8

Just give them enough rope and they'll hang themselves

My favorite reading today is Palin in spotlight as Republicans turn on each other
It appears that the right wing is divided among the 'elites' and the trash-- those who want nothing to do with Palin and those who thinks she's the Mooses moo.
"Ladies and gentlemen, it is worse than I thought," Limbaugh told listeners. "What the Republican party, led by disgruntled and failed McCain staffers, is trying to do to Sarah Palin, is unconscionable ... There are country-club, blue-blood ... Republicans who want nothing to do with a firebrand conservative [who] can fire up people." He added: "We're going to be taking on two things here [over] the next four years: Obama, and our own party establishment."
What's most amusing is that wingnuts are boycotting Faux News because the leaks about Palin's abhorrent behavior were reported by Faux first. How dare they report something that might be true? It hurts to be awoken from la la land. The rest of us only had to listen to what came out of her mouth to label her as a whacko and the rest of the dirt that came out this week was only icing on the cake.

What I took away from the above article is that truth isn't the name of the game. Facts don't matter. All that matters is how things are supposed to be perceived and no one better reveal what's behind the curtain. But we already knew that. It's a big show.

I'm not going to worry about what the right has to say about Obama because the left is already on the job. I'm somewhere in the middle, but enjoying the hell out of the wingnut's meltdown.

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