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Saturday, July 13, 2024

Is it me or does she look like?

Is it me or does Sarah Palin look like Tina Fey?

I can see the SNL skits ahead…Amy Poehler playing Hillary versus Tina Fey playing Sarah.

Sarah doesn’t stand a chance. But on a serious note, here’s a perspective on Sarah Palin from an Alaskan on an Alaskan website, “Mudflats”:

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PEC Still Doubling Electric Costs

Cost of gasoline is going down, so why isn’t electricity?

Answer: Because Pedernales Electric Cooperative (PEC) is greedy for profits.

For the 3rd straight month my electric bill totals more than $500, which is double that of all my previous bills.

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Palin for VP — Smart Choice

Say what you will, but McCain may have locked up the election with this choice as VP.

For one, Biden was chosen to be an attack dog. If Biden attacks this eminently lovable choice for VP, he’ll look mean and churlish, and all sorts of sympathy will go toward the GOP.

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McCain taps Sarah Palin for Veep

John McCain picked Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, a maverick conservative with less than two years in office, as his vice presidential running mate Friday in a startling choice as the Republican National Convention drew near.

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McCain picks a Trophy Veep, Sarah Palin

She’s more conservative and pro oil than Dick Cheney.
She’s more anti-abortion than Mike Huckabee
She’s more ultra-religious than most televangelists
She’s a firm believer in Creationism, hates those who teach evolution.
She’s about to be indicted for firing a State Commissioner who refused to fire her ex-brother in-law Mike Wooten.
She’s pro drilling off shore

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Road Bonds Now in Vogue

Another error in judgment

Since Texans are rising up against toll roads a new power-play is becoming the “in thing” — County Road Bond Packages.

No where are road bonds being pushed more aggressively than in Hays County.

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On background, literally: What’s love got to do with it?

There was genuine love shown on the stage and in the audience at Invesco Stadium last night. The color of the background during Obama’s speech was too close in hue to his complexion to have been accidental. Perhaps it was chosen to be a subliminal reminder that most Americans will look like Obama a century from now.

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Reader blogs reinstated

At the request of readers, we’ve restored Reader Blogs. Please understand, however, that those who post blogs need to follow our rules, including:

–Do not post multiple blogs at once. This drives other Reader’s blogs off the front page. Readers who post multiple blogs will have their posting privileges suspended;

–Cite sources and respect the copyright of other sites;

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‘Born in the USA’ takes center stage

A generation after Ronald Reagan famously mistook Bruce Springsteen’s music for uncritical patriotism, Democrats claimed "Born in the USA" on Thursday for the theme it was meant to project — to describe a splintered country they say desperately needs new policies and new dreams.

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Full text of Obama’s speech

Prepared remarks of Sen. Barack Obama for his address to the Democratic National Convention on Thursday night in Denver, as released by the campaign:

To Chairman Dean and my great friend Dick Durbin, and to all my fellow citizens of this great nation: With profound gratitude and great humility, I accept your nomination for the presidency of the United States.

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