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Wacko Diva Palin Ducking Her Job Again -- Campaigning in Georgia?

Hells bells, it's cold in Alaska - why on earth would Sarah Palin want to stay in Alaska (and do the damn job she was elected to do) when it's so much warmer in Georgia:

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin urged Georgia voters to back Sen. Saxby Chambliss in Tuesday's runoff in an election eve appeal that underscored her popularity within the Republican Party and the GOP's efforts to stave off erosion of its shrinking Senate numbers.

"Losing an election doesn't mean we have lost our way," the former vice presidential candidate told a cheering crowd of 2,500 on Monday in the central Georgia town of Perry. "If we are to lead again, we have lots of hard work ahead of us. Let it begin here tomorrow in Georgia."

Palin's campaign appearances for Chambliss -- four total -- were her first since she and Republican presidential nominee John McCain stumbled on Nov. 4. Georgia Republicans clearly were looking ahead, with supporters waiting in the cold for more than an hour to attend the rallies. Vendors in Augusta sold bright pink "Palin 2012" T-shirts and "Palin for President: You Go Girl" buttons. Chants of "Sa-rah!" greeted Palin.

Alaska is embarking on a oil-driven economic crisis, as the plunging price of oil puts a serious damper on revenues for the State of Alaska... but where do we find Sarah Palin? Down in sunny Georgia addressing 2500 people at a political rally.

The monstrous ego of Wacko Diva Palin means she can't keep herself out of the spotlight for more than week or so.


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Comments (10)

Nadia:

Alaska is an awesome state. If I had to choose between Georgia and Alaska- scenery is much greater in the cold state. But, Savannah is lovely.

DaveD:

"Alaska is embarking on a oil-driven economic crisis, as the plunging price of oil puts a serious damper on revenues for the State of Alaska... but where do we find Sarah Palin? Down in sunny Georgia addressing 2500 people at a political rally."

So, by this logic if Governor Palin stays in Alaska the price of oil on the world market stops falling? I'm not sure because I haven't been paying close attention to elections over the past few decades but I have learned that high profile Republicans could be asked to campaign for colleagues from the same party. I also have learned Democrats have been known to do the same thing.

Seriously, Lee, this is not meant as a cheap shot at all, but I really think you need to see a therapist about the issues you have with this woman who I don't think you've ever (to the best of my knowledge) had a personal relationship with.

Lee:

Palin is giving the people who elected her the short end of the stick in order to feed her monstrous ego.

Thank heavens only the state of Alaska is effected by this. I wouldn't be surprised to see a recall effort launched if Palin continues to ignore her responsibilities to the people of Alaska in her drive to stay in the national spotlight.

She drew 2500 people in the rally mentioned above. That's laughable and pathetic, but the wacko diva doesn't care..

Bill W.:

"She drew 2500 people in the rally mentioned above. That's laughable and pathetic, but the wacko diva doesn't care..."

I'm not a Palin fan by any stretch of the imagination; she lacks sufficient candle power to flame a toddler's birthday cake.

That said, I'm not sure what's "laughable and pathetic" about a rally of 2500 people. I'd wager that's considerably more than the number of people who read this blog on any given day.

--Bill W.

Doctor Obvious (Lee Ward):

Yeah - just think, if Sarah Palin hadn't flown all the way from Alaska to Augusta, Georgia then they'd probably only have drawn 2250.

Wow... stunning... she's no longer able to draw big crowds.. I wonder why?

With an ego the size of Alaska to feed, we'll be laughing at Sarah Palin for another four years or more for stunts like this...

And each guffaw reminds Americans just how moronic the GOP was to try foist this pathetic, wacko diva on the American populace.

But don't listen to me, you guys run her again in 2012, you hear... PROMISE ME you'll run her again.

Steve:

I guess Lee is right on this one... turns out Chambliss didn't need that 2,500 voting for him. He had plenty of other votes. Thank God there's no chance of the Dems having 60 senate seats now even if Franken (wanna talk about ego and diva-like behavior?) continues to whine and shovel money at the lawyers for the next several weeks.

Lee Ward:

62 in 2010

Ryan:

"62 in 2010"

Let's say Coleman survives in MN, it's appearing more and more likely every day.

Arlen Specter is toast in PA. So is Judd Gregg in NH. That's 60 right there.

David "Spitzer" Vitter (LA) by all means SHOULD be in trouble, but who knows? Hopefully Kit Bond will be done in MO, but all these rely on pretty good Dem candidates.

Where are the other two coming from, Lee, and do you see any Democratic losses?

Lee:

I think North Carolina will continue to reform itself away from its racist past and go blue, and there is a good possibility that Palin's ineptitude will piss off enough Alaska voters to give us a blue senator in Alaska - and I think you're right about Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Missouri and Louisiana. From that mix we should get to 62...

This just in: Sarah Palin drops dead. In related news, Lee Ward gripes that she didn't have the foresight to dig a hole, fall into it, die and then bury herself, saving the world the burden of covering her rotting carcass.


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