You kids get off my lawn!
- May 8, 2009
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Looks like Sarah is on the campaign trail again, and is still using undefined terms, vague platitudes, and fear talk about unidentified threats to our grand American way of life.
This year will be remembered as the year when common-sense conservative women get things done for our country. All across this country, women are standing up and speaking out for common-sense solutions.
What common-sense conservative women is she talking about? What "things" are they getting done (besides standing and talking)? Why will this year be remembered that way? Have conservative women never gotten things done before? Are men standing up and speaking out for common-sense solutions as well, or is it only women?
These policies coming out of D.C. right now, this fundamental transformation of America: A lot of women who are very concerned about their kids' futures say, 'We don't like this fundamental transformation, and we're going to do something about it.' It seems like it's kind of a mom awakening in the last year and a half, where women are rising up and saying, 'no, we've had enough already.' Because moms kinda just know when something's wrong.
What fundamental transformation is she referring to? Have we gone anarchist? Buddhist? Reverted to agrarianism? Banned clothing? What? Do dads also kinda just know when something is wrong, or is this sense restricted solely to women? How about people who don't have kids?
Here in Alaska, I always think of the mama grizzly bears that rise up on their hind legs when somebody's coming to attack their cubs, to do something adverse toward their cubs.
Grizzlies stand on their hind legs to get a better look around, not to defend cubs/attack.
You thought pit bulls were tough, well you don't wanna mess with the mama grizzlies ...
So far, she sees herself as a barracuda, a pit bull, and now a grizzly. All dangerous, aggressive, and extremely untrustworthy creatures. Quite a little zoo she's building, there.
Look out, Washington, because there's a whole stampede of pink elephants crossin' the line and the ETA -- stampeding through -- is November 2nd, 2010. Lotta women, comin' together."
I guess we can add stampeding elephant to Sarah's zoo. (Although, pink elephants could simply be a reference to alcoholic hallucinations. Can't really tell.)
Ok, so I get it that this woman is running for office again, and her ad is very nicely produced, but what exactly is she saying? What issues is she taking a position on? Where's the beef? And why is everyone in the ad WHITE?
It seems to me that Sarah is putting other Republicans on notice; she thinks she and her tea party friends are going to take over. I just don't see any of that happening this year, or two years down the line (or ever). Although, should she somehow be elected, we'll have definitive proof that the Mayan 2012 "end of the world as we know it" prediction was right. :mrgreen: