Do you ever get the feeling that Tea Party Republicans see the phrase “Ignorance Is Bliss” as a Mission Statement?

7/29/10

Why Does Sarah Palin Always Choose (b) ?

Great questions but personally I wouldn't hold my breath on getting Palin's supporters to think...just sayin' ~Mem

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Sarah Palin chose (B): Ten questions for mothers

Reader Jim (aka Prup), a friend and frequent commenter at Cogitamus--and someone who does have a few differences with me about Sarah Palin's motivations as well as those of the mainstream media journalists who to this day have not investigated the ex-governor's strange, inconsistency and lie-filled stories* surrounding what has come to be known as Babygate--has written a terrific set of questions designed to get Palin supporters thinking.**

Thank you, Jim. Take it away...

Ten Questions for Sarah Palin's supporters who are also mothers:

1. If you were a state governor who was eight months pregnant--and remember, Sarah Palin already knew hers was a high-risk pregnancy because of her age (44) and, according to her book, her baby having been diagnosed via amniocentesis as having Down syndrome--and you were scheduled to fly some 4,000 miles from home to give a speech at a conference, would you (a) give your speech from home via teleconferencing, using modern real-time technology, and explain to your hosts that the high-risk nature and advanced stage of your pregnancy made you reluctant to fly; or, alternatively, send the deputy governor to give your speech or (b) dismiss any staff or security slated to fly with you and insist on flying 4,000 miles to the conference yourself?

Sarah Palin chose (b).

2. If, while attending this conference, you experienced leaking amniotic fluid and felt early contractions on the morning before you were scheduled to speak, would you (a) hand the speech to someone else, ask him or her to give it on your behalf, and go straight to the nearest hospital--one that was equipped for handling high-risk mothers, premature births, and special-needs infants--and get yourself checked out by a doctor or (b) continue with your day and give the speech anyway?

Sarah Palin chose (b). Read More....

4 comments:

  1. Well, she is good entertainment...just got this in my email today.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mki1r1sb_qM

    Hilarious

    ReplyDelete
  2. Well, she is good entertainment...just got this in my email today.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mki1r1sb_qM

    Hilarious

    ReplyDelete
  3. Well, she is good entertainment...just got this in my email today.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mki1r1sb_qM

    Hilarious

    ReplyDelete
  4. Well, she is good entertainment...just got this in my email today.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mki1r1sb_qM

    Hilarious

    ReplyDelete

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