Me and My Nine Iron

February 8, 2010

Palin cheats on speech


Sarah Palin spoke at the highly-anticipated annual Tea Party Convention in Nashville this past weekend. Leading up to her appearance, Tea Party members were upset that she was charging such an enormous fee to speak at the grass-roots event ($100,000). After, it was words scribbled on her left hand that she un-smoothly peaked at when asked what her top priorities were that was the talk of the event. This after she referred to the president as “any charismatic guy with a teleprompter.”

At least she didn’t have clammy hands that would’ve smeared the answers. I hate when that happens.

Sometimes, it’s best that the public don’t know certain things. Like when a

Woop.

former U.S. Army computer-security specialist tells everyone he can hack into classified government reports and confidential business plans. I don’t know if the following response tops that when a member of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s advisory council lauds his work as “amazing.”

Yeah, let’s start handing out stickers and praising people for being able to compromise our most valuable assets. That’ll suffice.

Carrie Prejean got engaged over the weekend to NFL quarterback Kyle Boller. The short-lived Miss California described the proposal as similar to a scene out of “The Notebook.”

I highly doubt that. I’m glad the 22-year-old found a life partner in seven months though. Kudos.

BJ

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2 Comments »

  1. No, the nip slip was definitely relevant to the article – marking her hypocritical persona and whatnot.

    This clearly isn’t working out so I’ll give you a spot to cover Missouri weather women.

    Comment by BJ — February 9, 2010 @ 11:05 am | Reply

  2. trying to get more hits with hot pics? just do the jackie johnson feature.

    Comment by djkimsby — February 8, 2010 @ 10:57 pm | Reply


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