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I am Sarah Palin.

Via Michelle, a movement is born.

The media has done more for John McCain in the last two days than he's done for himself in the last year and a half," [Tom] DeLay said. "Trashing her is waking up the sleeping giant, and the sleeping giant is Republican women."

And on CafePress, what do we have?

Sarah Palin's story is my story. And it's the story of millions of other American women who are working hard to live their various dreams. Ladies, buy one of these shirts today.


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Her story is NOT my story. ... (Below threshold)
Imhotep:

Her story is NOT my story. I do not have a pregnant, unwed daughter, whose child I will be raising while 2nd in command of the free world. All-the-while, trying to explain to the baby how she/he is the same age as his/her Uncle....but we call him Brother!

Did that come from Busted Tees?

Having a pregnant, unmarrie... (Below threshold)
Brian:

Having a pregnant, unmarried, teenage daughter is the "family values" Republican story?

Here's an idea. Let's have all men who cheated on and dumped their wives for younger women wear shirts with "I am John McCain. His story is my story."

" It's a cruel failure by t... (Below threshold)
jp2:

" It's a cruel failure by the adults in their lives who are supposed to be preparing these children for the real world. A sixteen-year-old girl cannot understand the consequences of these actions; she has no idea what she is getting into. This is where her parents and her teachers have let her down. The fact that this happened in one of the most liberal states in the country does not surprise me, either.

It's sad, seeing how this has happened to a bunch of children. It's sad to see that this is where our country is headed. But these are the consequences when parents become absent, moral foundations are eroded, and sex is seen as inconsequential and trivial. And it's our failure."

-Cassy Fiano

Right on sister!

How about "I am John Edward... (Below threshold)
pjaykc:

How about "I am John Edwards" instead?

I'm not Sarah Palin, either, but I do have a friend who has a son and grandson the same age. And what's the difficulty explaining that? The problem a lot of people seem to be having is that they choose to have the babies, not get rid of an "inconvenient" child.

"Her story is NOT my story.... (Below threshold)
Elaine:

"Her story is NOT my story." Then don't buy the t-shirt. Sheesh, must everything revolve around you?

Imhotep, ... (Below threshold)
Mac Lorry:

Imhotep,

I do not have a pregnant, unwed daughter, whose child I will be raising while 2nd in command of the free world.

Sarah has her own baby, but she also has a husband, so one more baby is not that big a deal. Kennedy had small children when he was President and it didn't impede his ability to lead. Why is it ok for a man to have small kids but not a woman? I sure hope the left keeps up their gender biased attack. The more they do the more women will vote for McCain, the real change you can believe in.

Brian: ""I am John McCai... (Below threshold)
DJ Drummond:

Brian: ""I am John McCain. His story is my story."

Actually Brian, the only men who could wear that shirt would have to have gone to Annapolis, earned the right to fly fighters, been shot down in the line of duty, tortured for five years and shown outstanding courage and leadership under the hardest of deprivations.

You, sir, are not qualified to even talk about that shirt.

Here's an idea. Let's have ... (Below threshold)
Mac Lorry:

Here's an idea. Let's have all men who are friends of terrorists wear shirts with "I am Barack Obama. His story is my story."

I'm glad to see so many oth... (Below threshold)
Brian:

I'm glad to see so many others chiming in to demonstrate how childish and stupid this tshirt idea is. If you got any more, keep 'em coming!

"I am Brian. His story ... (Below threshold)
DJ Drummond:

"I am Brian. His story is my story"

Shirt worn by deranged Anarchist attacking cub scouts in Minneapolis.

A sixteen-year-old... (Below threshold)
Mac Lorry:
A sixteen-year-old girl cannot understand the consequences of these actions; she has no idea what she is getting into.

And yet we let them drive putting the lives of others in their young hands. We can only hope they are not as incapable of understanding the consequences of their actions as some claim.

imhotep - "Her story is... (Below threshold)
marc:

imhotep - "Her story is NOT my story. I do not have a pregnant, unwed daughter,"

What lucky star or deity do we thank for not extending that gene pool?

Brian - "Here's an idea... (Below threshold)
marc:

Brian - "Here's an idea. Let's have all men who cheated on and dumped their wives for younger women wear shirts with "I am John McCain. His story is my story."

Here's an idea. Let's have all men who cheated on and dumped their wives for younger women wear shirts with "I am John Kerry. His story is my story."

jp2 -- hahaha, that is one ... (Below threshold)
hyperbolist:

jp2 -- hahaha, that is one money quote, sir.

Cassy, that deserves a reply, non? Or are you okay with how that quote makes you look having posted a link to this stupid t-shirt?

hyper - "...to this stu... (Below threshold)
marc:

hyper - "...to this stupid t-shirt?"

I don't iknow, lets have a vote. Which one is dumber the one pictured above or this one?

Or perhaps this one?

Here's an idea. Let's ha... (Below threshold)
Brian:

Here's an idea. Let's have all men who cheated on and dumped their wives for younger women wear shirts with "I am John Kerry. His story is my story."

Wow, marc, you sure are stretching back a number of years to smear Kerry. But here's something you didn't know... Kerry only first met Teresa Heinz two years after his divorce was final. Can't say that of McCain.

Or Brian maybe this would b... (Below threshold)
marc:

Or Brian maybe this would be more to your childish liking:

"Here's an idea. Let's have all men who cheated on their wives with a woman DUMB enough to have saved the cum-stained dress and a MUCH younger women wear shirts with "I am Bill "Slick Willy" Clinton. His story is my story."

Go ahead and weep your croc... (Below threshold)
marc:

Go ahead and weep your croc tears over being "slimed" Brian, while completely ignoring the potential thousands that will buy the Palin T-shirt that you have slimed.

Asshat.

Right on sister!</... (Below threshold)
LaMedusa:
Right on sister!

Dork.

Wow, Cassy! You sure struck... (Below threshold)
Biggyrat:

Wow, Cassy! You sure struck a nerve with that short, simple post. So much vitriol can only be the result of real fear.

B. Hussein Obama, Sr. was a... (Below threshold)

B. Hussein Obama, Sr. was a bigamist, a drunk, a socialist and a wife beater who left Barry and Stanley Ann in Hawaii so he could go chase other women at Harvard.(by the way she was 17 at the time of her pregnancy)

Then he returned to Kenya in order to attempt to impose socialism and go on to marry two other women with a mistress to boot, simulateously, have about another 5 kids...

It gets better: Barry is enrolled in Indonesia as a Muslim and with the last name Soetoro, from the age of 7 to 11.

Then he goes back to Hawaii, getting raised by the grandmother which paid his exclusive private schools and would later compare her to Jeremiah Wright, throwing under the bus an 85 year old women!!!

Don't go there; Sarah Louise Heath Palin is a great woman, a female Teddy Roosevelt and the next Vice President of the United States of America!!!

Go ahead and weep your c... (Below threshold)
Brian:

Go ahead and weep your croc tears over being "slimed" Brian, while completely ignoring the potential thousands that will buy the Palin T-shirt that you have slimed.

Huh? Tears? Slimed? Dude, you're on a different planet today.

tom jones - "all victim... (Below threshold)
marc:

tom jones - "all victims of gop affirmative action. as always the gop misses the point. 30 million people VOTED for hillary. Noone did or would vote for this attention whore."

Jesus H. Christ on a pogo stick the quality of trolls have diminished to the point of no return. Not that that is a bad thing, we still have to put up with turd droppings such as this one.

TJ, you're the poster child for that contention.

First of all how many voted for Hillery? 30 mil you say... how about something closer to reality 18 mil. And need I ask about her lack of "foreign policy" experience? (Note I said foreign policy, not foreign substance as on red dresses)

Secondly apparently your perfectly A-OK with the Biden "appointment" as VP. Why is that?

Brian - "Huh? Tears? Sl... (Below threshold)
marc:

Brian - "Huh? Tears? Slimed? Dude, you're on a different planet today."

First thing you've come close to being correct on in this thread. Correct, I'm on what is commonly called the Big Blue Orb also known as Earth.

As opposed to you who have spent the majority of your time in this thread proving orbital mechanics works around sphincter muscles.

Carlos, is Obama's father's... (Below threshold)
hyperbolist:

Carlos, is Obama's father's messed-up personal life supposed to count against Obama's suitability to be President? I thought coming from a tough background was supposed to make someone's life more impressive rather than the subject of ridicule? And that lie about being a Muslim is as tired as it is irrelevant. Even if he were a Muslim for four years of his childhood, which he wasn't, what the hell would that matter?

marc: I wouldn't wear any of those stupid t-shirts if you paid me. That Cafe Press sweatshop garbage is for people who need a t-shirt to remind themselves of their own opinions. Just because I think that Palin t-shirt is stupid and tacky, doesn't mean I'd wear an equally stupid and tacky Obama t-shirt.

As opposed to you who ha... (Below threshold)
hyperbolist:

As opposed to you who have spent the majority of your time in this thread proving orbital mechanics works around sphincter muscles.

marc, if you can't try to be funny without devolving into incoherent mumbling about the inner workings of the human anus, perhaps you should stick to just being angry.

"...a base group of America... (Below threshold)
hyperbolist:

"...a base group of Americans..."

That's a pretty shitty way of referring to African-Americans, Tom. Forget the affirmative action bullshit you're making up (as though selecting a VP to pander to a certain demographic is either a Republican practice or a bad thing) and try to focus on her qualifications (or lack thereof) for the office. As such, you're making other critics of Palin look stupid by association, and I resent that.

hyper - "marc, if you c... (Below threshold)
marc:

hyper - "marc, if you can't try to be funny without devolving into incoherent mumbling about the inner workings of the human anus, perhaps you should stick to just being angry."

Me angry? You don't and never will know me enough to make that judgment.

Secondly, I fail to see any commentary on the "inner workings of the human anus" in any of my comments. What you did see was the notion Brian was orbiting around his own.


Now, if you really want me to, pull your head out of yours, read what was actually written and I'll analyze your cranium after it pops out.

THEN you would be close to being correct.

I'm on what is commonly ... (Below threshold)
Brian:

I'm on what is commonly called the Big Blue Orb also known as Earth.

Then it must be an alternate reality Earth, because not only do your recent ramblings not relate to anything that appears in this thread, but they barely relate to literate speech patterns. I hope your little daze is as enjoyable as it sounds.

"I hope your little daz... (Below threshold)
marc:

"I hope your little daze is as enjoyable as it sounds."

Yeah I get that way reading your numerous droppings, to say nothing about reading them a second time in quoting them.

At least hyper has the common sense to denounce the apparent new resident lunatic TJ, I'll await yours in an effort to give your side a bit more credibility.

From the Palin speech tonig... (Below threshold)
marc:

From the Palin speech tonight:

"I'm not a member of the permanent political establishment. And I've learned quickly, these past few days, that if you're not a member in good standing of the Washington elite, then some in the media consider a candidate unqualified for that reason alone. But here's a little news flash for all those reporters and commentators: I'm not going to Washington to seek their good opinion - I'm going to Washington to serve the people of this country."
On energy
"Our opponents say, again and again, that drilling will not solve all of America's energy problems - as if we all didn't know that already. But the fact that drilling won't solve every problem is no excuse to do nothing at all. Starting in January, in a McCain-Palin administration, we're going to lay more pipelines...build more nuclear plants...create jobs with clean coal...and move forward on solar, wind, geothermal, and other alternative sources. We need American energy resources, brought to you by American ingenuity, and produced by American workers."

Um, I'm no proctologist, bu... (Below threshold)
hyperbolist:

Um, I'm no proctologist, but I think "sphincter muscles" are on the inside of the butt, marc.

Anyway, enough dookie-talk, it's nearly dinnertime. Brian doesn't need to point out how much of an a-hole Tom Jones is, anymore than every conservative commenter on this blog needs to raise a fuss every time a conservative says something racist (though it's nice to see a bunch of negative votes when he does). Anybody who has read what Brian posts here knows he doesn't share that guy's opinion.

Didn't mean to use a mascul... (Below threshold)
hyperbolist:

Didn't mean to use a masculine pronoun in parentheses. When it comes to racism, boys and girls are just as good at it.

I am Sarah Palin, fo... (Below threshold)

I am Sarah Palin, for she is America.

I pray, come November, we find out there's more of her, than Barrys' Birdbrains, able to manage the monumental task of voting.

If Brian is one of their leaders, it ought to be a sweep.

I have grown so weary of th... (Below threshold)
MichaelC:

I have grown so weary of the small minded liberals who have taken up residence at this gathering of conservative minded people in order to let forth their farts and then to crow and boast about the odor. No comments of insight, no recognition of any worth in their opponent, no interest in offering a vision of the future, only the expulsion of flatulence that passes for intellect in their own minds.

The only reason they are here at all is because of Wizbang's amazing forbearance in allowing them, so that everyone who reads and comments here can be totally aware of just what the left offers in contrast to the decent, in depth, wide ranging viewpoints that some of us come here to support and resonate with.

I myself have not had that much to say here, but in the years that I have made Wizbang my first, and often longest, stop on the internet I have continued to learn much and to shore up those things that I have discovered for myself. Wizbang is a great site with many great contributors and though you, who continue smelling up this place will never know it, there is much here that even dregs of the internet like yourself could avail themselves of.

But since you clearly will not do so, please go away and leave better people to exchange ideas, even better critics are acceptable, but the lot of smelly nay sayers that infests these website has really worn out their welcome as far as I'm concerned and I would hazard a guess that I am far from alone in this opinion.

This is such a good idea I ... (Below threshold)

This is such a good idea I got inspired and made up a bunch of T shirt designs and a site with a bunch of links

http://www.iamsarahpalin.org/

Shaddap, MichaelC. You want... (Below threshold)
hyperbolist:

Shaddap, MichaelC. You want people to voice dissent while making you feel better about yourself? Don't be such a needy, sensitive crybaby.

"Her story is NOT my sto... (Below threshold)
Lynne Sobczak:

"Her story is NOT my story. I do not have a pregnant, unwed daughter, whose child I will be raising while 2nd in command of the free world."

I am Sarah Palin even though my story is not exactly her story. I do not have a pregnant daughter, however I do have a son who did some pretty stupid things and got himself in trouble with the law. No - I am not a bad parent, my children are not puppets and I cannot control their thoughts and choices. I did everything right and he made a poor choice. In that respect - I am Sarah Palin.

And for all of you women who want equal pay for equal work - do you realize that every time you question how Sarah is going to be able to handle the job of vice preident because she has children to raise, you are working against any efforts to achieve equal pay for equal work. If she - as a woman - can't do the job as well as a man then why should we expect equal pay??? Or can only childless women be successful and expect equal pay? Give me a break! An as for NOW - shame on you for not backing this successful woman. Oh that's right, in your view only LIBERAL successful women are to be praised.

right on Sobczak!!... (Below threshold)
tfc_42:

right on Sobczak!!




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