"Just Tell Them...

I have worked 40 years to make the Women's Suffrage platform broad enough for Atheists and Agnostics to stand upon, and now if need be I will fight the next 40 to keep it Catholic enough to permit the straightest Orthodox religionist to speak or pray and count her beads upon."

Susan B. Anthony

Sunday, January 4, 2009

CNN Puts Sarah Palin on the Same Page as Blago, Edwards, Spitzer.... Greta Van Susteren Calls Them On It!


""Wait until you read this one about CNN!! (and yes, I will continue to defend women who are gratuitously insulted! I hope you will, too. You should not agree with all their positions on issues because they are women..but you sure should defend the jerks who just want to trash them - whether it be Senator Clinton or Governor Palin - for ratings.)

So what is CNN’s latest “news?” Their “news” is their conclusion that Gov Palin = some pretty creepy guys.

Governor Sarah Palin falling from grace????? (that’s what CNN says!) The Governor of the largest state in the union who was on the ticket to be VP and that is falling for grace? huh? That’s a fall? Who would not want her success???

So what is the latest that provokes the above?

Get this: CNN put out a list of “falling from grace in 2008″ and put Governor Palin on the list with (get ready!!) this group of men:

Senator John Edwards who cheated on his wife but gave the excuse his wife was in remission from cancer (nice, huh?)…

Governor Elliott Spitzer cheating on his wife with a prostitute (and let’s not forget the black socks!)…

Senator Ted Stevens convicted of crimes….he said he didn’t use the $2000 plus gift chair in his house…that’s a good one!!

…or how about Detroit Mayor Kilpatrick? convicted of felonies!!!

and Governor Blago who is about to be indicted for alleging selling a Senate Seat that was occupied by our next President??? ""

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    Judas, uh, er, Richardson Resigns!

    Read about the SCANDAL here!

    The Associated Press contributed to this report.

    New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, tapped in December by President-elect Barack Obama to serve as secretary of Commerce, has withdrawn his name for the position, citing a pending investigation into a company that has done business with his state.

    "Let me say unequivocally that I and my Administration have acted properly in all matters and that this investigation will bear out that fact," he said Sunday in a report by NBC News' Andrea Mitchell. "But I have concluded that the ongoing investigation also would have forced an untenable delay in the confirmation process."

    He said he plans to continue in his role as governor. "I appreciate the confidence President-elect Obama has shown in me, and value our friendship and working partnership. I told him that I am eager to serve in the future in any way he deems useful. And like all Americans, I pray for his success and the success of our beloved country."