Friday, 30 January 2009

Four more years (until President Palin?)

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Regular readers will know I enjoyed blogging about Sarah Palin during the US election, and that deep down I really miss her. It's nice, therefore, to know that she should be back in action in time for next presidential election. She's set up a Public Action Committee designed to raise funds for . . . well, that's not clear just yet, but if it's not for a run at the Presidency then we don't know what it's for:
SarahPAC believes America's best days are ahead. Our country, founded on conservative principles and the fight for freedom, must confront the challenges of the 21st century with integrity, innovation, and determination.

SarahPAC believes the Republican Party is at the threshold of an historic renaissance that will build a better future for all. Health care, education, and reform of government are among our key goals. Join us today!
If you're reading Sarah, if I'm still blogging here in four years' time, I'll be here to blog for you (or rather, about you).

12 comments:

Irregular Shed said...

Charlie Brooker, when on 8 Out of 10 Cats, made a comment about her that is far too rude to repeat in a family blog, but was so funny that whenever I see her face I'm reminded of it.

"Swirling vortex of hate" is the clean half of the sentence!

Paul Sims said...

This is a family blog?

Irregular Shed said...

I've let my son see it, and I'm not sure I want him to know the term "sticking your cock in a swirling vortex of hate" at his age.

...

... Oh bum.

Paul Sims said...

And there was me coming round to the notion go a "family blog"...

Paul Sims said...

of a family blog, even.

Irregular Shed said...

To be fair, he knows that the people in the church down the street have a pretend friend; like his pretend friend but demanding far more attention and reassurance of how great he is. (My son's pretend friend is happy to drink pretend cups of tea and pretend salt and vinegar crisps.)

Not bad for a three year old.

Andrew said...

I especially like that her logo is the USA with an Alaska-shaped hole in it. Still friends with the Alaskan Independence Party, then.

Andrew said...

Surely America was founded on liberal principles such as seperation of church and state?

Cat's Staff said...

I'd support her, just to see her run again, but the money may end up being funneled to someone else by the time the next election comes around. I figure, now that Alaska has seen the real Sarah Palin, they won't elect her next time around, and the Republicans won't want to run someone who has lost a recent election, so she will disappear.

Andrew said...

What's strange is the timing: this happened the same day I launched my new site, PacSARAH.com.

Orion77 said...

Is she growing a Freddie Kruger claw-hand, in the image you've put up, or do I need to see an optometrist?

richard t said...

Isn't the campaign going to upset the Rapture Ready believers? I mean can they wait until 2012 for their uplift to the sky?