Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Who's that girl? Who's Sarah Palin?

5 minutes

Who's Sarah Palin? THIS is the REAL Sarah "Political Stunt" Palin. Republican Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin told a passel of lies during her national convention speech. Within moments of the finish of the acceptance speech, the Associated Press published a point-by-point refutation of claims made by Palin and others at the GOP convention. Additionally, the Republicans stretched the truth by overstating Palins experience, misrepresenting her attitude toward earmarks and mischaracterizing Barack Obamas tax proposals. ome of the untruths Palin told:

She falsely claimed (again) to have opposed the Bridge To Nowhere.

As mayor of Wasilla, Palin hired a lobbyist and traveled to Washington annually to support earmarks for the town totaling $27 million. .

Obama appeared on Bill O'Reilly's "The O'Reilly Factor" where he refuted Palin's claims. Obama found himself under Republican fire this week after his comment "You can put lipstick on a pig, but it's still a pig" was made. Conservatives have criticized Obama, calling his comments sexist and in reference to Palin's quip "What's the difference between a hockey mom and a pitbull? Lipstick". The Obama campaign insists that the Illinois senator was using a common colloquialism. On Thursday, September 11th, Palin sat down with Charlie Gibson of ABC News for her first major interview. During the interview Palin raised eyebrows with her comment that Barack Hussein Obama will regret not having chosen senator Hilary Clinton as his running mate.

Palin served two terms as mayor of her home town of Wasilla, then in 2006 became Alaskas youngest and first female governor. Now, at 44, the former beauty queen aims to become the USAs first female Vice-President.

The scandal known as "Troopergate" gained national attention after Republican presidential candidate John McCain chose Palin as his running mate.

Sarah Palin says God's will HAS to be done. With regards to sending troops to Afghanistan and Iraq.

WHO'S THAT GIRL: Madonna's "Who's That Girl" was a huge success all around the world and effortlessly made it to the number one spot in countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, Spain, Canada, South Africa and many others. The song was nominated for "Best Song From A Motion Picture" at the 1988 Grammy Awards and "Best Original Song" at the 1988 Golden Globe Awards.

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