Monday, May 26, 2008

Nobody Expects the Spanish Inquisition

Sarah Palin is Alaska's Republican Governor who, before she was elected as GILF, irritated state GOP leaders by blowing (the whistle on) the party chairman('s violations of state ethics laws). Once elected, however, she has fallen into line as a good Republican: When challenged about any policy you have advanced or actions you have taken, lie.
I cut down trees, I wear high heels, suspenders and a bra.
Palin misrepresented her state's polar bear findings regarding their endangered status. Palin has consistently opposed any new federal protections for polar bears; claiming that a "comprehensive review" by state wildlife officials found no reason to support an endangered-species listing. The governor invoked the state's scientific work in a cover letter to the state's official polar bear comments, and in an opinion piece published in the New York Times. But the review, which was released to a University of Alaska scientist who had filed a public records request seeking the state's polar bear decision-making, shows that the state Department of Fish and Game head and two other staff biologists agreed with the conclusions of nine polar bear studies to justify a threatened-species listing for the bears. No Republican expects that their lies will be uncovered. They know no one will care once they are.

Also, anyone who gives their kids horrifyingly bad NASCAR themed names (Bristol, Track) should be sterilized.

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