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Heavy-Handed Politics

"€œGod willing, with the force of God behind it, we shall soon experience a world
without the United States and Zionism."€ -- Iran President Ahmadi-Nejad

Friday, June 12, 2009


Dr. Jack Wheeler writes:

David Letterman certainly settled one thing this week: that the terms "no-class pervert scumbag" and "liberal" are synonymous.

Sarah Palin wrote a classy yet scathing response to his depraved jokes about her 14 year-old daughter, but she shouldn't have restrained her husband Todd from responding how he wanted. Like any father, he wanted to punch Letterman out.

Todd wanted to issue a public statement saying something like:

"Mr. Letterman, you have insulted my daughter in the most grossly perverted way. I am on my way to New York as you read this to see you. We shall settle this man-to-man, with our fists. Prepare to defend yourself. If you choose not to fight, you will have declared to the world that you are the yellow-bellied coward I know you to be."

Letterman would have soiled his metrosexual pink underwear.

Yet liberals are not the only folks scared to death of Sarah Palin. So are the old bulls of the Republican Party Establishment - which is why they replaced her with Newt Gingrich at their annual Senate-House fundraising dinner Monday night (6/08).

In a much related manner, Jack Kelly writes:

Barack Hussein Obama is, by far, the most popular politician in America. And there is little doubt who is number two.

The city of Auburn in upstate New York, population 28,574, held its first annual Founder's Day celebration June 6. The most famous of the city's fathers is William Seward, who as secretary of state purchased Alaska from Russia in 1867.

To commemorate the event, the city council invited the current governor of Alaska. The parade featuring Sarah Palin drew more than 20,000 people, according to press reports.

The next day Ms. Palin traveled to Long Island to speak at a fund raiser for a charity which aids the developmentally disabled. Before that, she and her daughter, Willow, attended a New York Yankees game at the invitation of former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

The following night (6/08) on his national television show, David Letterman, being the cowardly pervert he is, told two unbelievably disgusting sexual jokes about 14 year-old Willow Palin.

That many liberals found Mr. Letterman's remarks humorous speaks not only to their depravity, but to their fear.


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