Aug 30 2008

Speaking Of Sick Minded Liberals

Is this the party of women?

But it appears that Pallin’s last child, a baby with Down’s syndrome, may not be hers.  It may be that of her teenage daughter.  

And she covered for her unwed prego teen! this keeps getting better! History, my dear kossacks. We are watching the death of the rethugican party!

She was back to work in 3 days with a baby with Down’s? Are you kidding me? Do you know how many MD appointments you have in the first couple of weeks with a healthy baby, let alone one with Down’s?

This is fishy.

I think this smacks of the dark ages when parents hid their pregnant daughters away and tried to pass the baby off as a cousin’s baby or something. 

We don’t call it the leftward fevered swamps for nothing. Liberals are so immature and emotionally stunted.

10 responses so far

10 Responses to “Speaking Of Sick Minded Liberals”

  1. Redteam says:

    Probably 97% of all new mothers are back at work within 3 days (yes, being a housewife IS a job)

    I just don’t see the wisdom of this type of Democrat campaign, it’s gotta be alienating a lot of women that have always been democrats.

  2. Redteam says:

    I found this very interesting:

    Obama and Biden sat down with Kroft Friday night in Pittsburgh for an interview to be broadcast on 60 Minutes this Sunday, Aug. 31, at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

    Of his own choice for running mate, the Democratic presidential nominee says Sen. Joseph Biden “can step in and become president.”

    “Let me tell you the reason I picked Joe Biden,” Sen. Obama told Kroft. “Number one, he can step in and become president. And I don’t think anybody has any doubt about that.

    It sounds as if he’s saying that he doesn’t think Palin could step in and become president.  Why?  Lack of experience? But she has better experience than he, and he clearly thinks he’s qualified.   Oh, I get it.   She’s a woman, so she NEEDS ‘more’ experience than a man.  That’ll win over a lot of women.

  3. Redteam says:

    Ths from Politico:

    Presidential scholars say she appears to be the least experienced, least credentialed person to join a major-party ticket in the modern era.

    So unconventional was McCain’s choice that it left students of the presidency literally “stunned,” in the words of Joel Goldstein, a St. Louis University law professor and scholar of the vice presidency. “Being governor of a small state for less than two years is not consistent with the normal criteria for determining who’s of presidential caliber,” said Goldstein.

    “I think she is the most inexperienced person on a major party ticket in modern history,” said presidential historian Matthew Dallek.

    These arguments are all nuts, she’s got as much experience as Obama. I’d like to see those ‘scholars’ ratings on Obama.
    and the Presidency should require a little more exp, than the VP

  4. kathie says:

    Well, maybe Biden could step right in and be President, the problem is that he has proven, nobody wants him. If Obama has good judgment then Biden must have lousy judgment. He voted for the war, and said Cheney did make up a bunch of stuff. So why is it we want someone to step right into the Presidency who has bad judgment?

  5. missy1 says:

    AJ, they are sweating this and it’s making them crazy. I noticed something this morning on FOX during a debate with a Obama vs McCain supporter.

    An example the Obama supporter used is that the McCain/Palin team would not allow a 12 year old to get an abortion if she were raped. She had to delve into the extreme by using the tender age of 12 and rape to get her point across. It was discusting. She brought the issue up out of thin air, it wasn’t even the question they were discussing.

    And the stuff that’s been showing up in the last 24 hours about Gov. Palin has been unbelievably crude, crass, sickening. Freedom of speech amuk. Sad.

  6. Redteam says:

    I found this over at liberland, by alan colmes:
    “Did Palin Take Proper Pre-Natal Care”
    Alan tells the story of when she was giving a speech in Dallas, after her water had broken with her last pregnancy (which most liberals are saying she didn’t have herself) and she then flew on a commercial flight back to Alaska. He is all concerned that she had endangered the baby.

    one commenter, Gonzo says this:

    Of course, Alan, had she went to a medical provider who crushed the baby’s head with forceps and vacuumed out the fragments and remaining tissue, she’d be a progressive exercising her reproductive choice, right?

    And if during such procedure, the fetus were to emerge live born, Barak Obama would support the right of the physicians to let it die on the table.

    But you want to talk about her prenatal care in conformance with the advice of her personal physician.

    Just stunning, Alan. Stay classy.

    here’s the link:

  7. missy1 says:


    Colmes took that thread down, I found this message left to him:


    Newsbusters has saved your comments that Sarah Palin’s lack of prenatal care may have lead to her childs birth defect. Although you attempted to clean up what you said, it has been saved for all to see.

    BTW…Alan I teach 7th grade science. Downs is caused by a chromosomal defect.

    Posted by martha ware
    August 31st, 2008 at 8:45 am”

  8. LJStrata says:

    This story really angers me. The health of the mother postpartem has very little to do with how many Dr appts. the newborn requires. I gave birth to twins, one of which was 1 lb 7 oz. and stayed in the NICU for 10 weeks and the other who needed oxygen, both were whisked out of the delivery room quickly and taken care of by teams of Drs. My recovery was normal for c-section, it had nothing to do with the health needs of my newborns.

    These liberal moonbats are absolute morons!

  9. MerlinOS2 says:

    Black and Right

    Has photo evidence with links to the original photo sources showing Palin in a very much with baby look.

    Sort of kills that whole story line.

  10. missy1 says:

    This article should put all the nonsense to rest, hopefully.