Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Sarah Palin should "pac" it in

Ever looking out for herself and opportunities that come her way (the "doors" that God opens), Sarah has formed a political action committee (PAC) supposedly "to support like-minded aspiring politicians."

According to Erika Bolstad, writing at the Alaska Politics Blog at the Anchorage Daily News, political action committees are "a way for elected officials to funnel money to other candidates they want to support, often from donors who have already maxed out on the amount of money they can give to the candidates."

This is not unusual and politicos from both sides of aisle looking at higher office put PACs together.

Sarah's PAC has a website, here, "which says that the goal of the committee is to 'make it possible for Gov. Palin to continue to be a strong voice for energy independence and reform. ... SarahPac will support local and national candidates who share Gov. Palin's ideas and goals for our country.'"

Holy crap. Are there really other politicians who share Sarah's "ideas and goals for our country"?

Nah. Couldn't be. Oh, wait. There must be a few; she's a Repugnican!

But what terrible thing have we done as a country that we keep getting punished by having this terrible woman theocrat constantly in our face?

Sarah doesn't need a PAC. She needs to "pac" it in, go back to Alaska, speak in tongues, pray with witch doctors, hunt some mooses, screw up the state of Alaska, and/or get lost in a snowbank.


jo said...

It is official she has already registered with the
Federal Election Commission for 2012 President. She can't say she doesn't know yet, until God cracks open that door. She has already plowed through it.

Jacob said...

She told reporters in Alaska this morning that the PAC had nothing to do with her seeking higher office in 2012!

Heh, heh.

What's new. She can say anything she likes and some poor fools swoon even when it is demonstrably false!

Thanks, Jo.


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