Sarah Palin, Rogue Pit Bull

By Adele

Sarah Palin’s got one last weekend to savor the fantasy she has a snowball’s chance in hell of becoming vice president. Stubborn John McCain had to learn the hard way what every cat knows: pal around with pit bulls, you get bit. Did he really expect Palin to go all mavericky on everybody but him?

Showing just how loyal she is – not – to the ticket, Palin’s been flitting around mouthing off about McCain’s mistakes (robocalls, giving up on Michigan) and undercutting him on abortion and gay marriage.

McCain’s staffers are calling Palin the “rogue diva.”

DUH! Since when has Palin been anything else? And she’s a dumb diva. A dishonestly destitute diva, devoted to scavenging handouts for her constituents and her whole family wherever she can find them.

Since McCain took her off the tundra, dressed her up, and showed her the high life in the lower 48, she can’t get enough of it, even after Charlie Gibson and Katie Couric laid her ignorance bare and Tina Fey has made her a cartoon – by accurately quoting her. And she probably thinks she “won” that so-called “debate,” where Joe Biden politely stood there watching her wink and smirk and recite memorized fluff.

Now she goes around claiming the New York Times provides her with all the misinformation she insists on repeating about Obama.

Palin undoubtedly thinks she’s ready for prime time, maybe even president in 2012.

“Gee, so many people love me when I don’t know diddly-squat and I’m joined at the hip to Uncle Fester. I’ll really be able to wow ‘em with some time to rehearse my act!”

McCain shouldn’t be surprised to find himself under the tires of the Straight Talk Express after throwing himself there.

Palin’s only loyalty is to her unjustified ambition. If McCain has made one fatal mistake, it was to give this conniving ditz a national stage. She’s walking proof that the Republicans have learned nothing from the past 8 years.

14 Responses to Sarah Palin, Rogue Pit Bull

  1. MorganLF says:

    Aboslutely correct…but as I have always maintaine…”stupid people vote for stupid people”.

    Frankly I am making an exit strategy. I think they will win. Remeber Hillary had it in the bag with a 24 point lead…this country has been hi-jacked by the not so thinly veiled right-wing Evangelicals lunatics.
    They are anti everything America and its fouinders believed in. They have mutilated and misinterpreted the word of Jesus to suit their twisted agenda. It’s sick.

  2. catsworking says:

    Don’t worry, Morgan. Palin’s going down on Tuesday, and she will be cited as the main reason McCain lost.

    The one thing we have this time that the Dems didn’t have in 2000 and 2004 is herds of young people enthusiastic about Obama. If the election starts smelling like it’s been fixed, they will protest and it could get ugly.

    Besides, McCain has POed enough people in his own party that they aren’t going to be killing themselves to rig things in his favor, especially with Palin riding in on his coat tails. Bush Sr. called in a lot of favors to get Jr. into office and keep him there. McCain doesn’t have that kind of clout. Any attempt they make to swing things will be too little too late anyway. Obama’s got too much of a lead in too many states. There would have to be fraud on such a massive scale, there would be no hiding it.

  3. brunettebitch says:

    I wholeheartedly agree. It has been nothing short of SHEER TORTURE having this “whackjob” (as GOP staffers call her now) to put up with.
    AND WHERE are the rest of her tax returns ??
    WHAT else is Sarah Palinsane HIDING from American voters a k a “curiosity seekers ” ( Sarah’s choice, flippant words ) ??

  4. catsworking says:

    Hey Bitch! (and I mean that only as a compliment),

    LOVED your Palin posts. If Karen would let me use my claws, I’d have written the same thing about her.

    I just heard about the suppression of her medical records. NOW what’s she hiding? A couple of abortions maybe? The fact that Bristol really IS Trig’s mother? Or that she and her trailer trash family get all their healthcare at some free clinic for the indigent so she can pocket whatever the state would pay for her health insurance?

    And what if McCain does happen to pull off an upset? We’d have someone his OWN PEOPLE call “Whack Job” as our VP. The guy should take himself out behind the barn and perform hari kari to atone for treason. That he thinks the American people deserve to have a ditz out of nowhere like Palin as his No. 2 is a cynical slap in the face to Hillary and all other qualified female politicians who paid their dues and proof that he’s unfit to be president.

  5. brunettebitch says:

    LOVE being called a ‘bitch’, yes it is a compliment, and our great minds think alike.:)

    I have been both PETRIFIED and ANGRY at the thought of his choice for VP – he has one nerve thrusting that inexperienced fruitcake on us all !!
    (And Palin must know that she would NEVER get past city council or mayor in the lower 48 for sure.)

    BTW, ‘statistics wonder’ Nate Silver says he is 97.6 % certain of an Obama win.
    Go to , I love that chart on there showing all of the various possible routes (and chances ) to 270plus EVs.

    LOVE cats – I am a TOTAL CAT person. 🙂 Yours are GORGEOUS !!

  6. Manila Boy! says:

    Rogue and Maverick.

    McCain and Palin sound like they should be
    in a TOP GUN sequel “,)

    Most Filipinos are following the US Elections
    very closely, a lot of us want Barack Obama
    to be our President as well. hahaha!

  7. Adele says:


    I’ve done some phone bank calls for Barack, and I was assigned calls in Pennsylvania and Indiana. I was really hoping I’d get Virginia, and by happenstance, reach you, at Cats Working so that we could have a gabfest. Most of the folks I called weren’t home, but I think I did change 1 undecided voter’s mind. I’ve already voted, and I must say, my early-voting place (in an area of Chicago that I would not have expected to be highly pro-Barack) was energized, and several of my fellow line-standers were saying that this was the first vote they’d been happy about casting. Since we were in a polling place, no one said directly for whom they were voting, but they were so happy, they had to be voting for Obama.

    Alice wants me to remind you again that calling Sarah Palin a pit bull is insulting to many pit bulls. She has a pit bull cousin, who is sweet, mellow, liberal, and not opposed to having cat friends. Like all of us, nurture for pit bulls means just as much, if not more, than nature.

  8. catsworking says:

    Yes, it’s unfortunate that Palin chose pit bulls as her mascot, since it does them a disservice. Not to mention her highly insulting suggestion that they’d look better wearing lipstick!

    Maybe one night she’ll meet a pit bull in a dark alley who will let her know what they think of her clever imagery before she can pull out her gun.

    We live in a densely red suburb of Richmond with almost nothing but McCain-Palin signs in the ‘hood. But fortunately, cooler heads prevail in areas of the state that don’t keep their heads in the kitty litter and we feel confident Obama’s got it in the bag where it matters.

    We’ll be getting Karen dressed early tomorrow and sending her off to the polls to cast OUR vote, then keeping our paws crossed for the rest of the day, hoping nobody tries to pull any funny stuff.

    I think you’re right about the mood of the crowd. The happy ones have got to be Obama voters, because only an idiot could smile at the prospect of Bush: The Sequel.

  9. MorganLF says:

    Well every crowd has to have one,and I can’t help feeling scared, but its really close and I live in New Jersey a traditionally blue state and I must say many of my friends are voting Republican. I know …stuipids vote stupid.

  10. Linda says:

    EVVIVA, EVVIVA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Grande giorno per tutto il mondo, finalmente è arrivato un grande presidente Barak Obama.

  11. catsworking says:

    Linda, I don’t need a translator for what you wrote. Thank you! I think the whole country is thrilled (except for a few dimwits who still love Bush and wanted more of the same).

  12. Linda says:

    Yes!!! Today is a very great day for all the world!!!
    By everybody

  13. patrick says:

    If Palin runs for President in 2012, at least she has name recognition going for her… but, at this point, that may not work in her favor

  14. catsworking says:

    If Obama’s first term helps us turn a corner on the economy and the Iraq occupation, and maybe even healthcare, you’d hope the Republicans would realize they’d do well to ignore an empty-headed climber like Palin like a flea (which is what McCain is probably now wishing HE’D done).

    And if Obama’s very presence in the White House manages to advance tolerance, repair our standings in the world, and put the neocon crazies on the back burner where they belong, they’d be hard-pressed to gain a majority and unseat him with ANY reactionary nut job they run.

    There’s not enough going on in Alaska of interest to the rest of us to keep Palin in the news in the lower 48 for long – unless she brings attention to herself in a bad way. So I’d say her chances of being a serious contender in 2012 are nil.

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