The Outcome of the VP Debate:
Senator Joseph “the Moose” Biden vs. Governor Sarah Palin
Note: This image is from Gary Kamiya’s article, The Dominatrix, on the left wing site Salon.com. Instead of trying to advance the cause of “sexual freedom” by taking the usual “progressive” pro-dominatrix, pro-bondage position, Gary Kamiya used his entire article to attack Sarah Palin and the Americans who support McCain/Palin. I did, however, very much enjoy his “Moose ex Machina” comment. Yes, I’m sure that Sarah Palin will be bagging Democratic Moose in this election.
Imagine how angry all this makes the far Left. Just when they thought it was all over — Obama was even reported several months ago to have told his campaign staff to start planning for his transition to the White House — that old Navy fighter pilot John McCain sends a flying missile up the collective rear end of the Obama campaign, the DNC, the MSM, and Leftists everywhere.
Leftists are still in shock, and believe that Americans are “bigoted” and “crazy” for wanting John McCain and Sarah Palin — a smart, tough, lovely, happily married, religious and normal American woman, who beat a corrupt political machine while raising a family — to represent them. What will those “foolish” Americans do next to disappoint the far Left? I’m voting for McCain/Palin and have confidence they’ll win in November. That’s the hope and change I want and can believe in.
Vote Republican in 2008
Sarah Palin For President in 2012
Update: After reading this post at Joshuapundit, Biden To Leave The Ticket??, it occured to me that if Obama doesn’t improve in the polls and Biden does poorly in the VP debate (Biden has a long history of putting his foot in his mouth, liking it there, and never learning from his mistakes), Biden might be forced off the ticket by Obama. If Obama then promises Hillary enough power to make her a copresident, Hillary might accept the VP spot both for the power and to stop the rise of Sarah Palin (otherwise Sarah might run for president after being VP for four or eight years, or worse become President Palin if McCain’s health fails). We could have a really wild October. There’s no doubt that this race is both historic and unpredictable. Anything could happen between now and the election.