Monday, September 15, 2008

The dumbest question of the day

It must be a slow news day for Jack Cafferty of CNN (Communist News Network) because he asked the dumbest question of the day.

Clinton v. Palin: Who has more credibility?

The question can easily be answered by taking a look at who is still running for the White House and who is not.

Furthermore, Palin's son joined the military and will soon be fighting in Iraq. Clinton, on the other hand, married a draft-dodger.

Also, Clinton named her only daughter, Chelsea, which is unAmerican in the fact that it is an Old English name. Didn't we kick their ass more than 200 years ago?

Palin, on the other hand, gives her children good old American names like Trig, Track, Willow, Piper and Bristol.

Now I can see that the name Bristol might sound like it came from England, but it is actually derived from Bristol Bay Borough in Alaska.

And Chelsea was actually named after the Joni Mitchell song, Chelsea Morning.

And everybody knows that Joni Mitchell is a communist.


Anonymous said...

You're joking, right? This website is all tongue in cheek, correct? You are trying to be sarcastic or facetious or ironic or funny, right? Am I close?!! :)

Why else would you connect Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton with communism using the transitive property (try to remember your elementary math) and NOT reveal that the name Bristol is actually a city in Southwest England? And that the website states:
"In the United States, Bristol is uncommon as a given name. It has not appeared on the list of top 1000 most popular girls' names in any recorded year."
With those kinds of facts and numbers to crunch, my statistician is telling me that this is probably not a "good old American" moniker. I haven't researched the other names to see what kind of pedigree they hold but it's probably the mcsame. :) [truly I apologize for that last comment, but I couldn't help myself] :)

You are so cute and funny when you try to appear like you know what you're talking about. And if you really are being facetious, I am madly in love with you! :)

In the meantime, you will have to wait until I quit laughing to hear what I think about your Oprah observations and your dinosaur diatribe. Funny, funny stuff!

Palin for President said...

Welcome to my humble site, anon.

I'm just a simple man who became infatuated with Sarah Palin because I see her for who she is.

The Mother of our Country.

This is a woman I have come to worship in a very quick time. This is a woman who understands me. And my guns.

The least I could to do for her is dedicate my love through this site.

Anonymous said...

How very romantic.
I am sure Ms. Palin will fall head-over-heels in love with you. :)
But what, pray tell, will become of your sweet wifey? Are you going to pull a John McCain on the little missus?
Sweet, loyal, dedicated Carol McCain patiently awaits for her intrepid POW to return from war -- not knowing if he ever would. When he does, he wines and dines Cindy and leaves with her BEFORE the divorce was final. What a gem he is.
(See I'm sure your betrothed and the FORMER Mrs. McCain will revel in their good fortune to be free of the both of you.

However, your wife's misfortune is Ms. Palin's good luck! :) Will your upcoming nuptials make you the "Holy Father of Our Country"?

Palin for President said...

I think my wife has a crush on Obama, so it looks like this marriage is irrevocable.

Anonymous said...

You really are cute.
But you knew already, didn't you? :)

over and out