German kid throwing a sissy fit
Evidently Dunn the dunce, has forgotten Sports Illustrated is a sports magazine and sometimes swimsuit magazine.
Here is what the farm-hand has to say:
Palin's portrayed as a man of the outdoors, all wrench and testoserone. One would never know that Palin played a central -- and troubling -- role in his wife's Troopergate scandal and that he had his fingerprints all over a host of other government controversies.
Indeed one of the findings last fall by the state's Legislative Council was that Sarah Palin had "wrongfully permitted Todd Palin to use the governor's office...to continue to contact subordinate state employees in an effort to find some way to get Trooper [Mike] Wooten fired."
Nor is there any mention of the fact that Palin was hit with a contempt citation by the Alaska Legislature only a few weeks before the start of the race and that as many as a 1,000 state emails copied to him are the focal point in a legal suit brought by government watchdog and former Palin ally, Andree McLeod, demanding their release to the public. That court decision is still pending.
Of course they wouldn't, it's a sports magazine. Not a left-wing ultra liberal blog that has the head-mistress speaking in the "Green Acres" tongue.
Geoffrey closes with his last words by saying:
It's quite a cast, but World Class athletes? Have a look. I'll leave that for you to decide. But it looks more like a slow-pitch softball team to me--or something that would be more appropriate on the wall of the local post office.
All I have to say is; Dunn, get out from behind that keyboard and sit your sissy ass on one of them der machines and run with the those "slow-pitch softball" team types.
You couldn't get past the typed word GO.