“Just think if those Frosted Flakes brand gurus felt that the problem with selling their cereal to diabetics was one of semantics, not sugar, or that customers’ inability to afford boxes of the stuff was simply the free market in action. What if the company did things to limit who could hope to buy its … More The Republican Party’s Brand Appeal, or Lack Thereof
Did Sarah Palin really say that?By Jacob Weisberg, Slate.comUpdated Friday, Oct. 8, 2010, at 12:18 PM ET “What I think she could add to that even is to explain what the real witchcraft and voodoo politics and economics is, and that’s what’s going on in D.C. And that’s why she’s determined to get to D.C., … More The Complete Palinisms
Sarah Palin: The Sound and the Fury Politics: vanityfair.com
http://www.gallup.com/poll/127181/Tea-Partiers-Fairly-Mainstream-Demographics.aspx#1 Don’t let the title fool you. Only 28% of U.S. adults admit to being tea-baggers. 26% oppose. 38% neither support nor oppose. 8% don’t give a f***. 49% of tea-baggers identify themselves as GOP compared to…..…… a whopping 28% of all U.S. adults who are willing to admit that they are Republicans. 72% of … More Wake up GOP and Conservatives and Quit Being Idiot Tea-Baggers!
As if the last scintilla of any real news journalism credibility hadn’t already been sacrificed in honor of Beckwits everywhere, they’ve finally gone and pulled the trigger on someone who is undoubtedly the dumbest person ever to get into national politics; someone even dumber than W. It’ll sadly and probably be good for ratings, though. … More Fox News Looses Last Bit of Credibility with Palin Hire