Actually, Palin and the Republicans are gunning for votes – votes from girls.  And, I’m starting to see some signs that even with her lack of experience, some serious women find her at a minimum intriguing.  Well, let me correct that.  There is one lesbian (and aren’t all lesbians serious) who likes the looks of Sarah.   However, this update:  Sarah Palin’s mother-in-law isn’t sure that she’ll even vote for McCain/Palin.   Now that looks bad – really bad.  My mother-in-law would vote for me and I’m a lesbian . . . and she’s a strict Catholic.  [SEE THE COMMENTS BELOW.   FAYE PALIN NOW SAYS THAT SHE IS VOTING FOR SARAH]

“We may be seeing the first woman president. As a Democrat, I am reeling,” said Camille Paglia, the cultural critic. “That was the best political speech I have ever seen delivered by an American woman politician. Palin is as tough as nails.”

Translation, “I am seeing one hot piece of ass.   I could be the lesbian Monica.  As a lesbian, the hair on my arms is standing as would be my penis if God hadn’t friggin screwed up and failed to give me one.  I have never been turned on by women politicians because they are usually boring, ugly and have fat ankles.  Palin’s nails would feel great digging into my ass.”

So if Sarah Polin can make the dyke Camille Paglia happy, maybe we will be seeing President Sarah before we know it.   On the other hand, I suspect that Camille Paglia is much like One Lesbo and she probably wants to “tap Sarah” for a different position. 

 

ONE LESBO’S THOUGHTS ON THE POSITIONS OF PALIN – THE NAUGHTY LIBRARIAN

1) She is presently under investigation in Alaska for abuse of power.   Of course, the idea of that naughty librarian abusing power gets me more than a little excited about McCain’s VP. 

2) She strongly supports big oil which isn’t surprising since her husband works for BP; and supporting companies that provide lots of jobs is not necessarily a bad thing.  Although record profits coupled with soaring gas prices make the choice of a big OIL company a little less than appealing to me.   Also, this sounds like a little too much Bush for me; and when a lesbian thinks there is too much Bush, obviously this is a concern.

3) Some say she believes that creationism should be taught in public schools.  I don’t think that this is her position.  While I’m thinking of other positions for Sarah, let’s remind readers that we addressed this issue yesterday and her position seems moderate.  

4) Her abortion view is extreme but more reasonable than some moderate views.  “She doesn’t make exception for rape and incest, only for health of the mother,” according to her former campaign spokesman.    In my opinion, if you really believe that a fetus is a child, this is the correct position.  Of course, to promote the Palin stance you also have to believe that no one else is entitled to their own opinion on the status of a fetus. 

5) She has no federal or international experience. There is no evidence that she’s ever been outside of the US. Prior to being governor (for less than two years) she was only the mayor of a small Alaskan town.   To me this is a killer.   John McCain is next to dead and his mind is fading fast.   While Obama is not that experienced, he is presidential and he picked Joe Biden as his VP.  

6) She believes global warming is a farce and Sarah Palin sued the federal government over listing polar bears as a threatened species, some say because it could restrict the oil industry that fills her pockets. This is the same reason she wants to open up the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for oil drilling. Read Palin’s op-ed piece here.    I can’t support this but it proves that she knows that there is a federal government and she knows how to sue the United States.

7) She stands for everything that Hillary Clinton stood against and I could care less.

8  She supports drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and anywhere else big oil wants.  Again, this is short-sighted and stupid.  I can’t support this.

9) She supports Pebble Mine which will destroy the richest salmon run in the world.   I don’t know enough about this but it sounds very extreme as do her other views on the environment.

10) She supports aerial shooting of bears and wolves in Alaska.  Again, I don’t know much about this but it just makes me think “yuck.”

11) She has been described as “pro-war.”  I don’t think that’s true.  In fact, what I’ve read would suggest that she’s not really “kept up with” what’s going on outside of the US and simply trusts the president to take care of it.   Obviously, this is much worse than being “pro-war.”

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  1. Anonymous says:

    fun blog

  2. Anonymous says:

    naughty librarian indeed!

  3. a man named jed says:

    wow Paglia is a dyke

  4. 2lesbosgoinatit says:

    Paglia is a dyke’s dyke 🙂

  5. calling says:

    The article you linked that claims that Palin’s mother in law is an undecided voter is falsely stating that.

    Nowhere is there a quote from Palin’s mother in law which states that. She merely said that she disagrees with Sarah on certain issues.

    Journalists. The new used car salesmen.

  6. 2lesbosgoinatit says:

    Hi Calling! Thanks for stopping by and especially a HUGE thanks for the comment.

    Yes. Lots of used car salesmen seem to be involved with this nomination. And regardless of what or who you believe, the family has a complicated history, including the relationship of Sarah Palin and Faye Palin.

    Here is the article and the quote from the article. While the mother-in-law doesn’t say that she will not vote for Palin she certain seemed less than happy about the prospect of voting for her at that time according to the reporter.

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/republican_race/2008/08/30/2008-08-30_sarah_palins_motherinlaw_uncertain_about.html

    Though her mother-in-law has doubts.

    Faye Palin admitted she enjoys hearing Barack Obama speak, and still hasn’t decided which way she’ll vote.

    “I’m not sure what she brings to the ticket other than she’s a woman and a conservative,” said Faye Palin, Sarah’s mother-in-law.

    “We don’t agree on everything. But I respect her passion,” she said.”

    ————-
    Today the reputable “Inside Edition” has interviewed the mother in law to give us this update through United Press International:

    NEW YORK, Sept. 2 (UPI) — Sarah Palin’s mother-in-law is slamming media reports claiming she is uncertain about who she will vote for in the U.S. presidential election this November.

    Palin is the governor of Alaska and the Republican vice president nominee.

    “There is absolutely no question, I’m going to vote for the Republican ticket of John McCain and Sarah Palin,” Palin’s mother-in-law, Faye, told TV’s “Inside Edition.”

    “Casual conversations get turned into things taken out of context, which, from my experience, was extremely hurtful. As newcomers to this arena that’s a lesson we’re going to have to learn and I find that sad,” Faye Palin said of reports stating she wasn’t sure who she would vote for this fall. “To have it twisted, I find it personally offensive.”

    The exclusive “Inside Edition” interview with Faye Palin is to air Wednesday.

    Oh yes, family members on Inside Edition . . . just like Britney Spears mom. Huge mistake.

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