Bell Curve The Law Talking Guy Raised by Republicans U.S. West
Well, he's kind of had it in for me ever since I accidentally ran over his dog. Actually, replace "accidentally" with "repeatedly," and replace "dog" with "son."

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Election day levity

This story from CNN is pretty good, especially this part:

Asked by reporters whether she cast her ballot for Stevens – who faces expulsion from the Senate if he is re-elected – Palin said she’d exercise her “right to privacy” and keep her vote to herself.
First of all, how unbelievable is it that even on the day of the election, when what she says can't possibly matter anymore, that she won't say which senator she voted for? Is it so hard to say "I voted for Ted Stevens, he's done great things for Alaska no matter his personal failings"?

And second -- Sarah Palin believes there's a right to privacy?

3 comments:

The Law Talking Guy said...

So, the only difference between a hockey mom and a hypocritical coward is lipstick.

Pombat said...

It may not matter for *this* election, but it's the kind of vote that could play badly in 2012.

And no, she doesn't believe there's a right to privacy - she believes *she* has a right to privacy. Not that there's any difference in those two viewpoints at all, nup, none at all...

bell curve said...

So, the only difference between a hockey mom and a hypocritical coward is lipstick.

Actually, come to think about it, they both wear lipstick. So there's no difference.

(Reminds me of a great line from American Dad, but I can't find the clip)