mercredi 8 octobre 2008

Dolores Palin, Sarah Umbridge

"The ministry of magic has always considered the education of young witches and wizards to be of vital importance. Although each headmaster has brought something new to this historic school, progress for the sake of progress must be discouraged. Let us preserve what must be preserved, perfect what can be perfected and prune practices that ought to be prohibited -- Teehee!"
-- Dolores Umbridge, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry

"How lovely to see all your white, shining faces smiling at me."
Dolores Palin/Sarah Umbridge,
Pensacola, Florida, October 6, 2008

Remember, Dolores Umbridge works for Cornelius Fudge:

And who did he serve? You got it, "He who must not be named".

And, for a fascinating look at why Rove must be gnawing at his cuticles these last months as Barack Obama has surged in small campaign contributions, out-Roving the GOP broad-based fundraising drive (a front), as well as the "get out the youth vote" effort of none other than a young Karl Rove.

Be patient, Walter Cronkite's CBS took their time to tell a newstory back in 1972.

How do you like them apples?


A little more on Palin in Pensacola:
was that hate speech and incitement to murder?

None dare call it Treason?

a McCain-Palin supporter in Pensacola does.

"Kill him!" someone heard that, too, according to The Washington Post's Dana Milbank, and the secret service has begun a formal investigation, while Joe Biden calls for Palin to "condem supporters hateful attacks."

But, how can she, when she is egging them on?

In Fla., Palin Goes for the Rough Stuff as Audience Boos Obama

By Dana Milbank
CLEARWATER, Fla. -- "Okay, so Florida, you know that you're going to have to hang onto your hats," Sarah Palin told a rally of a few thousand here this morning, "because from now until Election Day it may get kind of rough."

You betcha. And the person dishing out the roughest stuff at the moment is Sarah Palin.

"I was reading my copy of the New York Times the other day," she said.

"Booooo!" replied the crowd.

"I knew you guys would react that way, okay," she continued. "So I was reading the New York Times and I was really interested to read about Barack's friends from Chicago."

It was time to revive the allegation, made over the weekend, that Obama "pals around" with terrorists, in this case Bill Ayers, late of the Weather Underground. Many independent observers say Palin's allegations are a stretch; Obama served on a Chicago charitable board with Ayers, now an education professor, and has condemned his past activities.

"Now it turns out, one of his earliest supporters is a man named Bill Ayers," Palin said.

"Boooo!" said the crowd.

"And, according to the New York Times, he was a domestic terrorist and part of a group that, quote, 'launched a campaign of bombings that would target the Pentagon and our U.S. Capitol,'" she continued.

"Boooo!" the crowd repeated.

"Kill him!" proposed one man in the audience.

Palin went on to say that "Obama held one of the first meetings of his political career in Bill Ayers's living room, and they've worked together on various projects in Chicago." Here, Palin began to connect the dots. "These are the same guys who think that patriotism is paying higher taxes -- remember that's what Joe Biden had said. "And" -- she paused and sighed -- "I am just so fearful that this is not a man who sees America the way you and I see America, as the greatest force for good in the world. I'm afraid this is someone who sees America as 'imperfect enough' to work with a former domestic terrorist who had targeted his own country."

"Boooo!" said the audience.

Posted at 11:57 AM ET on Oct 6, 2008

Letterman -- Palin debate highlights

I dare you to find more to say than that.

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