Monday, March 16, 2009

Green Acres is the Place to Be: A Stable of Farmhands Shovel the Manure on the Palin Family

For crying out loud.

There is a stable of farm-hands at the Gaborington Post that have PDS.

The only thing missing is the head-mistress Eva Arianna Gaborington and Arnold the pig...

Read more from Huffington Post bloggers:

John Ridley: Obama v. Palin: America Picked the Right Family

The shocking, never-saw-it-coming implosion of the forced relationship between Bristol Palin and self-described "f***in' redneck" Levi Johnston underscores the fact that America sent the right family to Washington.

Steven Waldman: Should Bristol Palin's Baby Have Been Put Up for Adoption?

When teenagers get pregnant, and their kids have no intention of getting married, should parents view keeping the baby and putting up for adoption as equally appropriate decisions?

Bonnie Fuller: Bristol And Levi Break Up: How The Palins Publicly Trash Their Exes

Don't mess with Bristol and Sarah Palin if you're a male in-law. Here's how far they'll go to take down a finished flame.

Holly Schlesinger: Tripp Palin: Was I A Mistake?

He'll learn that Mommy's pregnancy was revealed four days after Grammy Sarah announced her run for Vice Presidency. He'll also note that Grammy's hair has always looked like a Dairy Queen cone with bangs.

Michael Wolff: Bristol and Levi Are Forever

These "small town" people who were briefly so much better than the "urban elites" have, it would certainly seem, lost both their packaging and their moral superiority.

I read John Ridley's post. America picked the right family.... Ridley, would that be as in god damn America? You know the church that Obama went to for twenty years.

The dumbass (I am begining to like the word when it comes to idiots) can't even understand what the Alaskan Independence Party stands for.

The platform of the AIP is, as one would expect, centered on Alaskan issues. Although it is widely thought to be a secessionist movement, the Party makes great effort to emphasize that its primary goal is merely a vote on secession, something that Party advocates say Alaskans were denied during the founding of the state. A plebiscite was, in fact, held in Alaska at the state's inception in 1958, but AIP members argue that voting was corrupt and that residents were not given the proper choice between statehood, commonwealth status, or complete separation -- something they say has been granted to other U.S. territories such as Puerto Rico.

One thing it stands for, is more independence when it comes to developing resources in the State of Alaska and it does have a high membership among Alaskan natives that live in the bush communities.

Figures released by the Alaska Division of Elections in July of 1998 show that the AIP has 17,639 registered voters, approximately 4% of the total. This represents more than a quadrupling since 1990, when the Party had just 4,086 members. The strongest areas of AIP registration are located in the rural northwestern and western regions, around such cities as Barrow, Bethel and Nome. In some of these remote districts, the AIP has as many as 10% of the registered voters.

It seems, Mr. Ridley a black man, is a racist and has a bigotry towards Alaskan Natives.

And now, getting back to the farm....

A Blast from the Past

In New York in the '80s, she hooked up with wealthy Republican Michael Huffington, but he didn't have the fire in his belly. In London in the '70s, she was the young paramour of Fleet Street heavyweight Bernard Levin, but he was too old and content. In Hooterville in the '60s, she had a recurring role on "Green Acres" as Eva Gabor's ambitious younger sister, forever trying to talk Eddie Albert into running for the Hooterville School Board.

"But, dahlink, yoo vood moov Hooterville politics beyond the tired left/right dichotomy."

Makes me wonder if Huffington was ever on Dean Martin's golddiggers. Naw, not likey, she was too busy learning "shovel ready" politics early on in her career. Then she went on to lose to Arnold. Now everything has just evolved into a blog that shovels manure daily.

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