Nailin Palin

Wednesday, July 14th, 5:30pm:

Profligate – ADJ: recklessly extravagant or wasteful in the use of resources

For Example: profligate consumers of energy (or alcohol)





Lassitude – N: a state of physical or mental weariness; lack of energy

Way to remember actual definition: Lassitude is what you feel when you have mono



Frenetic – ADJ: fast and energetic in a rather wild and uncontrolled way

Way to remember actual definition: my limbs flail about frenetically


…Andrea Fay Friedman played the girl with Down syndrome Chris dated in the latest Family Guy episode. (Her IMDB says she’s been on Saving Grace, Law & Order: SVU and 7th Heaven among other shows.) She was the one who said the fateful line which incurred Sarah Palin’s facebook-based ire: “My dad’s an accountant, and my mom’s the former governor of Alaska.” ( has got the clip.) And she has something to say to no-fun Sarah Palin, which she said in an email to the New York Times.

However! It appears that what the Times printed was just the nice portion of a much meaner email Friedman sent out to various media outlets. The blog Palingates has published the uncensored email:

I guess former Governor Palin does not have a sense of humor. I thought the line “I am the daughter of the former governor of Alaska” was very funny. I think the word is “sarcasm.”

In my family we think laughing is good. My parents raised me to have a sense of humor and to live a normal life. My mother did not carry me around under her arm like a loaf of French bread the way former Governor Palin carries her son Trig around looking for sympathy and votes.

How does one say in English… “Zing?”

Read the rest of this tid-bit from Gawker here.

Read the New York Times article and interview here.

Robbin Williams rips into America’s current political cast,  now starring Barack (means blessing) Hussein (don’t ask) Obama, the Fresh Prince of Politics!!!

Johnston is the father of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s future grandson

levi-johnstonThe mother of Levi Johnston, the 18-year-old boyfriend of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s teenage daughter, has been arrested on drug charges, the Anchorage Daily News reported Friday.

Sherry L. Johnston, 42, has been charged with six felony counts of misconduct, the newspaper reported.

Levi Johnston entered the national spotlight this autumn when it was revealed that 18-year-old Bristol Palin — the eldest daughter of Sarah Palin, who had just been tapped as then-Republican presidential nominee John McCain’s running mate — was pregnant with his child.

The baby is due Saturday, the Anchorage Daily News reported…


Rumor has it, she was running a Meth Lab!

There is more on this article, and you should definitely click the above link to the MSNBC report or this one from the Huffington Post) but you should also definitely watch this

MSNBC VIDEO: Palin’s future son-in-law speaks out.

When news about Bristol’s pregnancy got out, there were immediately reports about the daddy-to-be. Apparently on his Myspace page, Levi boasted to be a “F**king redneck” who loved to play hocked but didn’t want kids … way to go Abstinence Only Education.

When pictures of him were released before and after the Republican National Convention, it was obvious that some of Palin’s stylist money went towards fixing him up: CLICK FOR PHOTOS

The video is about a short interview a reporter was able to have with him in his Wasilla driveway and it reveals that although he is NOT being forced to marry Bristol Palin, he is DROPPING OUT OF HIGH SCHOOL to get a job and become a “family man.”

BTW: While Bristol’s mom went campaigning around the country, Levi said she would “have to win without him” because he WAS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE.

So basically, that All-American Family Sarah Palin’s is so proud of, also happens to include:

– pregnant teens (no shocker there)

– high school drop-outs

– drug addicts and/or Meth Heads


I don’t know about you, but I’m just really really looking forward to the upcoming inaguration.

Watch Gov. Palin Pardon a Turkey at Turkey Slaughter

In the first two weeks since the election, President-elect Barack Obama has broken with a tradition established over the past eight years through his controversial use of complete sentences, political observers say.

Millions of Americans who watched Mr. Obama’s appearance on CBS’s 60 Minutes on Sunday witnessed the president-elect’s unorthodox verbal tick, which had Mr. Obama employing grammatically correct sentences virtually every time he opened his mouth.

But Mr. Obama’s decision to use complete sentences in his public pronouncements carries with it certain risks, since after the last eight years many Americans may find his odd speaking style jarring.

According to presidential historian Davis Logsdon of the University of Minnesota, some Americans might find it “alienating” to have a president who speaks English as if it were his first language.

“Every time Obama opens his mouth, his subjects and verbs are in agreement,” says Mr. Logsdon. “If he keeps it up, he is running the risk of sounding like an elitist.”

The historian said that if Mr. Obama insists on using complete sentences in his speeches, the public may find itself saying, “Okay, subject, predicate, subject predicate — we get it, stop showing off.”

The president-elect’s stubborn insistence of using complete sentences has already attracted a rebuke from one of his harshest critics, Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska.

“Talking with complete sentences there and also too talking in a way that ordinary Americans like Joe the Plumber and Tito the Builder can’t really do there, I think needing to do that isn’t tapping into what Americans are needing also, she said.

It was among the juicier post-election recriminations: Fox News Channel quoted an unnamed McCain campaign figure as saying that Sarah Palin did not know that Africa was a continent…

Who would say such a thing? On Monday the answer popped up on a blog and popped out of the mouth of David Shuster, an MSNBC anchor. “Turns out it was Martin Eisenstadt, a McCain policy adviser, who has come forward today to identify himself as the source of the leaks,” Mr. Shuster said.

Trouble is, Martin Eisenstadt doesn’t exist.

His blog does, but it’s a put-on. The think tank where he is a senior fellow — the Harding Institute for Freedom and Democracy — is just a Web site. The TV clips of him on YouTube are fakes.

And the claim of credit for the Africa anecdote is just the latest ruse by Eisenstadt, who turns out to be a

very elaborate hoax that has been going on for months.

MSNBC, which quickly corrected the mistake, has plenty of company in being taken in by an Eisenstadt hoax, including The New Republic and The Los Angeles Times….

“As if there isn’t enough misinformation on this election, it was shocking to see so much time wasted on things that didn’t exist,”

Click Here for the whole article from the New York Times

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