Oct 03 2008

Sarah Palin and her “aw shucks” Joe Six Pack BULLSHIT!

Published by at 1:30 am under Jerks

I was going to apologize for writing about Sarah Palin two days in a row but fuck that, she is a joke and her inexperience and utter lack of necessary knowledge is down right dangerous. I will do my best to keep this short.

I cannot stand her condescending “aw shucks, you betcha” crap. Once again, I don’t want Joe Six Pack, as she calls herself, in the fucking white house. Joe fucking Six Pack just spent 8 years doing keg stands and playing beer pong in the White House and look where it got us. I want “Joe Knows What The Fuck He or She is Doing” in the white house and Sarah Palin is far from that person.

Did you see the Vice Presidential debate? She STILL refuses to answer a single question. Then she has the moose-sized balls to blame the “mainstream media” for making her look dumb. You know what lady, go back to your tanning bed and stop wasting our time with your nonsense. This is no joke Sarah. This is not one of your frivolous beauty pageants. America has suffered enough under Joe Six Pack Bush.

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21 comments to “Sarah Palin and her “aw shucks” Joe Six Pack BULLSHIT!”

  1. Munchieson 03 Oct 2008 at 3:32 am

    I have no words.

    This whole thing is utterly fucking ridiculous.

    I’m a mother, I go to soccer games, and volunteer in both my boy’s classrooms, they’re too young for soccer but I have a mini-van. Apparently that make me qualified to be vice president.

    I don’t…..how….why…..ever….what?

  2. Hanselon 03 Oct 2008 at 4:23 am

    I’ve learned tonight that some Americans are just too busy for information. You don’t need facts to make a decision. Some of the bloggers talking up the “big Palin win” admitted they hadn’t even watched the debate! Like this one blogger who claimed to write for the “silent majority.” If you can’t take the time to watch a debate, then you should be among the silent, dude. I consider myself to be reasonably articulate. So why can’t I think of anything to say beyond, “dumb, dumb, dumb?”

  3. You Just Made My List!on 03 Oct 2008 at 9:52 am

    Munchies & Hansel, You are both exactly right. The good news however, is that it appears that there are more people in our country who see through this crap than those who do not. Unfortunately it took 8 years of Bush & Cheney using our country as their personal toilet to wake some people up.

    The thing that Sarah Palin kept saying in the debate that really scared me was this nonsense of “Oh boy, there ya go again, looking at the past blah blah blah.” You know why we look to the past you fucking bimbo? So we don’t make the same mistakes over and over. I hate this notion that if you THINK and tray to UNDERSTAND and issue you are some how not moving forward.

    Sarah Palin is a Joke and I have lost any respect I once had for John McCain.

  4. CDBon 03 Oct 2008 at 11:16 am

    awww shucks, that blogger didn’t need to watch the debate. He coulda just replayed the tapes from the 2008 RNC or just listened to any good ol’ small government republican that’s all for victory in Iraq or lower taxes and imagined it coming out of Palin’s mouth.

    Was this a debate or a play?

    And why hasn’t anyone asked what ‘victory in Iraq’ means? Great, “the surge” worked. How many more ’til we can get out? And why hasn’t anyone pointed out that the lower taxes on the McCain side and the higher taxes for the Obama side are FOR THE RICH?

    I want to throw/shake a baby.

  5. You Just Made My List!on 03 Oct 2008 at 11:27 am

    CDB, That is a great point you made about victory. I was yelling that at the TV last night. Yes, yelling at the TV is highly effective!

    You are right, what exactly does victory in Iraq mean? It means nothing because there is no actual goal. Victory is impossible because we failed the second the first boot hit the ground and the first bomb was dropped.

    It appears that most Americans are finally seeing through this bullshit and I have not seen a major poll that shows Palin won the debate, which she obviously did not.

    I’m curious what you mean when you say Obama’s plan to bring the top tax bracket back to where it was prior to Bush is for the rich. I agree that the McCain plan is clearly for the rich but I’m not seeing it with Obama’s plan.

  6. CDBon 03 Oct 2008 at 1:05 pm

    Yeah maybe I should clarify. I meant that Obama’s plan is to raise taxes on the rich. Through both debates I’ve heard a few times from the R side that I should not vote for the D side because they plan to raise taxes. What the D side fails to make clear is that the taxes are not raised across the board, and that they expect to give tax breaks to the lower and middle class.



  7. You Just Made My List!on 03 Oct 2008 at 1:52 pm

    OK, I understand. Although, I think Obama has been extremely clear about his tax plan but the McCain camp has done everything they can to lie and mislead the voters on this point. There is nothing honorable or “Maverick” about lying to the American public. I think it is cowardly.

  8. Jasonon 03 Oct 2008 at 7:07 pm

    Honestly it seemed like the past few weeks Palin has been locked in a dark room with one of those interrogation lights over the lone chair and table, where she was henceforth drilled on the talking points of the campaign over and over again until she could repeat them in her sleep. While she was mostly fairly articulate, it was too mechanical, nearly like any moment her eyes would glow and we would realize that she was nothing more than a McCain programed robot. I found the “folksy,” “small town,” “joe six pack,” talk really annoying, almost insulting. I don’t want “average” american running the country, I want someone educated, someone more than “someone I could have a beer with.”

  9. You Just Made My List!on 03 Oct 2008 at 7:14 pm

    Jason, I could not agree more. She reminded me of that scene in “Old School” when Will Farrell is at the debate and manages to shit out that answer before passing out.

    Shae said nothing all night and never answered a question. Biden on the other hand did a great job. I was very impressed.

  10. Bennon 04 Oct 2008 at 11:07 pm

    I’m not quite educated in the department of politics, but I’m honestly tired of all the bullshit that I hear every day. I’m tired of conspiracy theorists telling me Obama is Osama. I’m tired of seeing McCain’s creepy fake-tooth smile. I’m also tired of Palin (Stalin, I believe would be an inappropraite comparasion [mostly]) and her scary trying-to-look-younger-than-she-is-and-just-creeping-everybody-out appearance.
    But I honestly like Obama, and even though I’m a teen, it’s not because he can give a good speech. He may be young and have little experience, but if you’re old enough to know that this war is pointless, you already have more experience than the latter.
    (I’m Anti-War, if you didn’t notice.)

  11. justapersonon 05 Oct 2008 at 3:29 pm

    I am beginning to think that the Palin supporters are people who have either A) never been out of the country, B) don’t know about the REAL issues, how they all intertwine and effect everyday PEOPLE, or C) ALL of the ABOVE.

    It is sad when people know that someone is lying to them and they just smile and accept the talking points and character assasination techniques being slung at them for the past 7 years without any stance for themselves except for a few flimsy facts and mind game style tactics.

    It is funny b/c I know a few die hard Pailin Puppy supporters and whenever I come with the FACTS about Palins LIES they recycle words, just like she does! The worst part is how they sometimes wait until I have my BACK turned and then slander me. I have caught them in the act doing this a few times, but i just wait; they will get themselves back FOR me!

    Time for some change, and narrow minded people don’t WANT that.

    I do. cheers to you all!

  12. SanFranon 06 Oct 2008 at 4:15 pm

    OK, I’m just going to come out and say this, because I haven’t heard anybody in the mainstream media state this very simple, easy to wrap one’s head around, fact.


    Sarah Palin is a cunt.

    There. I hope this clears things up.

    Topics covered in this comment:

    Sarah Palin, Cunt.

  13. You Just Made My List!on 06 Oct 2008 at 4:38 pm

    SanFran wins comment of the month award! She really is cunting it up this week for sure. (“cunting” is not in my spell check?)

  14. SanFranon 07 Oct 2008 at 1:53 pm

    ooooooh… what do I get? huh? huh?

    I’m not one to make demands on charity, but I could really use a big-ole can of Cunt-b-gone (pump, not aerosol, please)

  15. Roberton 12 Oct 2008 at 9:48 pm

    from your rant: “I was going to apologize for writing about Sarah Palin two days in a row but fuck that, she is a joke and her inexperience and utter lack of necessary knowledge is down right dangerous.”

    Fair enough. What about Obama’s inexperience? He has less than she does.

  16. You Just Made My List!on 12 Oct 2008 at 11:55 pm

    Robert, You can’t possibly be serious. If you think Sarah Palin is worthy to be VP and possibly even President then go right ahead. If you can watch her in an interview or a debate and think she is qualified then go nuts and vote for McCain. If you think she (and McCain) are putting country first and acting like “good Christians” when they call Obama a terrorist then cast your vote.

    Forget this idea that experience comes from a person’s government resume. Experience comes from many places. While Sarah Palin was hopping from college to college Barack Obama was excelling at Harvard. While Sarah Palin was competing in beauty pageants Barack Obama was serving the community. While Sarah Palin was not reading a single magazine or newspaper Barack Obama took great interest in the world around him. Palin is no different than Bush. She has no curiosity about the world around her and she LITERALLY claims that somehow being Joe Six Pack is better than being an educated, intelligent person. This alone is enough reason to never cast a vote in her direction.

    Here’s the deal, Sarah Palin is an idiot. Personally I have had enough of Joe Six Pack in the white house and I am ready for an intelligent, thoughtful, educated, rational, honest President. If you can’t see where 8 years of “aw shucks” has gotten us then I can not convince you.

  17. marcon 14 Oct 2008 at 8:51 pm

    Gee wiz guys, you all seem to miss the red neck mentality.
    There is a large mass of population in this country that “clings to there guns and religion”
    And they drink beer, get drunk, live in trailers and watch Jerry Springer.
    You can call them idiots, but at the end of it all, they tend to vote.
    Go with whatever issues you want, but if you work to take guns and God out of the program, you are setting yourself up for trouble.
    I live in Backwater Maine- something like Alaska, small towns where cops are far and few between.
    I cling to my guns, and God, think that abortion is wrong, want the government to leave me alone, and can identify with Palin.
    I find Obama to be a guy that thinks he is smarter than me, and i dont think he would set for coffey with me, even if asked. Palin represents my class of people.
    Perhaps I am an Idiot- but I Vote.
    Guns- God- Abortion . The economy for me is forever bad, so long now that I have learned to live with it, and the thing in Iraq is fought by volenteers, Saddam was a ass anyway, good he is gone.
    So there. Go Palin

  18. You Just Made My List!on 14 Oct 2008 at 10:53 pm

    Is Marc for real or being subtly sarcastic? I honestly can’t tell. Is he brilliant or a complete idiot?

    If Marc is real, he pretty much makes my argument for me. What can you say about a person who thinks the 3 most important issues facing America right now is “guns, god and abortion” and refers to the war in Iraq as “the thing in Iraq?” I realize there are people who really think like this but for some reason I think this is a put on.

    Help me Marc for real, I can’t tell if this is a joke or not. Sorry, I’m 2 deep into my Joe six pack.

  19. SanFranon 17 Oct 2008 at 7:17 pm

    I speculate he’s for real. The grammatical errors are consistent with his claim to be a redneck in the same class as Queen Palin.

    I’d like to take a moment to point out that Palin, in Greek, means “backward”.

    I guess it could mean “backwoods”, too.

    The only other thought I have on the topic is a simple one, and I’ll type it slowly so Marc and his ilk can read it: Personally, I don’t want the ‘redneck class’ in high office any more than I would elect Bushco again. Wearing religion on your sleeve and a sidearm on your belt doesn’t precisely qualify one to be guiding a very, very complicated situation in a GOP tattered country.

  20. You Just Made My List!on 17 Oct 2008 at 7:40 pm

    SanFran – I guess I just don’t want to believe Marc is real.

  21. SanFranon 18 Oct 2008 at 1:06 am

    No, I hear ya – hope does spring eternal that the Koolade drinking Conservative fucktards that make up the in-between spaces of this country don’t actually exist, but alas, they do, en masse.

    Maybe Marc is a botched partial birth aborted fetus that just happened to survive?

    On the top of reproductivity:

    I hereby request that Sarah Palin’s mother have a retroactive hysterectomy.