The wrong Palin!

Via Counterpunch, a case that Sarah is the wrong Palin to send to Washington. 

http://redstaterebels.org/2008/09/michael-palin-for-president/

9 Comments

  1. cymast

     /  September 24, 2008

    Yes, but can he field dress a moose?

  2. acilius

     /  September 24, 2008

    Isn’t there a moose in the background when he sings “I’m a lumberjack”? And he does have an ax…

  3. cymast

     /  September 24, 2008

    OK how about an M. Palin-Ike-Al-Pedro ticket? THAT would get my vote. Only because I know you aren’t going to accept a nomination, and neither will our hippie friend Teri.

  4. acilius

     /  September 25, 2008

    Sounds like a winner. Getting back to that “I like Ike!” commercial, don’t you wish they still had campaign ads like that? Cute, upbeat, content-free, and fun. It might be better than that if they advertised workable solutions to real problems, but since they obviously are not going to offer any of those, why not at least be sweet and happy?

  5. cymast

     /  September 25, 2008

    Exactly. Instead of lies ad nauseum, how about a happy song?

  6. acilius

     /  September 25, 2008

    That is a happy song! Here’s another one, by Phranc, the all-American Jewish lesbian folksinger. You say Pete Shelley makes you wish you were/ think you might be a gay man. Phranc makes me wish I were/ think I might be an all-American Jewish lesbian folksinger. The video of this song on youtube is apparently a tribute to some center someplace serving people with disabilities, it’s a good fit.

  7. cymast

     /  September 25, 2008

    Nice song!

    You know I have to put up a k.d. lang video now, right?

    Almost makes me wish I were a gay woman, et cetera . .

  8. acilius

     /  September 25, 2008

    I remember that song! I’d never seen the video- the way she uses her hands looks like a formal lecture. It’s an interesting contrast with the lyrics (a lecture about riding tall in the saddle? delivered by someone in a red velvet suit?)

  9. cymast

     /  September 26, 2008

    Makes me wonder how you use your hands during your lectures!

    See, I have a different interpretation of lang in the video. The way she uses her hands, her facial expressions, her entire body, illustrates her strength, tenderness, and vulnerability in relation to her lover. “Trying to remain tall in the saddle” is trying to remain resolute and centered in the midst of a passionate whirlwind love affair. The Red Velvet Suit- she wants to impress her lover! So much of her personality comes out in this masterpiece. Simply enthralling . .

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