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Samantha Ronson Dumps Lindsay Lohan for Sarah Palin – Palin & Ronson to Marry in Connecticut

No picture on this one. None. READ THE WORDS!

Are you people even paying attention? Homos – yeah, you homos. You need to wake up. F – Lindsay, Samantha and Sarah for a minute (we’ll, if it were Lindsay or Sarah I’d go for at least 30 minutes . . . ) . . .

What does it take to get gays and lesbians upset? Are we just a bunch of Mary Cheneys running around hoping that daddy will be nice to us even though we . . . whisper . . . head down . . . are . . . h o m o s e x u a l s? Please, oh please kind fellow citizens . . . we’ll be quiet if you’ll just be neighbors with us. It’s okay that the Morman Church leaders, the majority of California voters and a shit load of others think they can just vote us away, putting our spouses and children at risk. It’s okay that Nebraska allows heterosexual parents to dump their children like garbage while automatically banning us from serving as foster parents.

That brings us to Arkansas. It’s okay. We don’t mind that over 55% of those fine voting folks in Arkansas thought there ourt to be a law aggin us. If you (you = homo) are “cohabitating outside a valid marriage,” you can’t serve as a foster parent or adopt a child in Arkansas thanks to a vote of the people. And, why did they do this to children? To hurt the homos. But that’s okay. Just be nice to us.

Both Nebraska and Arkansas are shinning examples of how one group of heterosexual people dump off and abandon children while another group of heterosexual people won’t step up to the plate and serve as foster and/or adoptive parents. And how do you fix that? Well just don’t let the homos anywhere near the kids.

Right now, there are 3,700 kids in the custody of the state of Arkansas. 1,000 of these kids are available for adoption. So obviously what should a state do when heterosexuals abandon children and the state can’t find enough people to foster or adopt the kids? Hells fire boys, let’s get the homos.

So if Lovely Spouse and I aren’t fit to be married in California, if we aren’t fit to adopt or foster children in Arkansas, if we aren’t fit to be adoptive parents in Florida (left that one out), and if we aren’t fit to be foster parents in Nebraska . . . when do these ASSHOLES start claiming that we aren’t fit to parent our own Little Man?

HOMOS – wake up! Maybe “they” are right. We are all sick. Let’s pick a whole week and all of us GLBTXYZ’s – let’s call in “homo” and not show up for work. And, we can call our children in “homo” too. We’ll all just stay home and homo for one week.

Nevermind – most of you losers don’t read. You should all move to Arkansas and Nebraska. In fact, have two homes. Arkansas so you can sweat and stink in the summer and Nebraska so you can . . . what the hell do they do in Nebraska . . . wipe your rears with corn cobs in the winter and wear clothes that say “Husker” on them.

Lesbian Love for Keith Olbermann . . . But He Doesn't Vote?  The View of Two Lesbos

Lesbian Love for Keith Olbermann . . . But He Doesn’t Vote? The View of Two Lesbos

Of course we love Keith Olbermann – we’re Two Lesbos Goin At It. He says mean things about bigots who don’t seem to give a rat’s rear that they are hurting our families and Olbermann got dyke-o-fantabulous Rachel Maddow that TV shows that where she flexes her brain muscles while surpressing her inner stach.

We have the video of his cross-examination by the babes of The View. Seems Olbermann has previously revealed that he has NEVER voted. Not once. Now the girls on The View get to take him apart for it. Good for them! How does he justify that he’s never voted? How does he justify looking so weird and uncomfortable during this clip.

Pam Anderson’s breasts are symbolic. Keith Olbermann not voting . . . proof that he’s a lazy, no-good American.

Keith, go register and vote so that these Two Lesbos Goin At It can have some respect for you.

Read more to watch the video. Yeah, read more = watch video. It’s America.

Sarah Palin's Interview The Today Show - Watch Video

Sarah Palin’s Interview The Today Show – Watch Video

Watch our girl Sarah in her hot pink media jacket as she’s interviewed by Matt on the Today Show. She’ll move, she’ll weave . . . she’ll wobble like a weeble but she won’t fall down and if she get’s the message from God . . . she’s gonna try to whip Obama’s butt in 4 years.

Tension with McCain? Never. She brought down the ticket? No way. Quit reading and watch the video of the Sarah Palin interview from the Today Show by clicking . . . “Read More.”

Prohibit Heterosexual Divorce - Video - Pass It On

Prohibit Heterosexual Divorce – Video – Pass It On

Please pass this on. It’s time that we all join together to REALLY protect those heterosexual marriages. The Good Lord knows that married heterosexual couples can use all the help they can get.

Watch the video by clicking “Read More” and then pass it on. Together – we can truly protect traditional marriage. Link to sign the petition after the jump.

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Troopergate Report: Sarah Palin Abused Power

A legislative investigation has concluded that Gov. Sarah Palin abused her power in pushing for the firing of an Alaska state trooper who was once married to her sister. 4:52 PM

Alaska Politics blog: The report’s findings

PDF: The Branchflower report

Video: McCain campaign talks about Todd Palin statement,

Branchflower probe PDF: Todd Palin’s Troopergate statement

Alaska Politics Blog: Live reports and pictures from Legislative Council meeting

State scrambles to gather private e-mails 4:47 PM

Branchflower’s report contains four findings. The first concludes that Palin violated the state’s executive branch ethics act, which says that “each public officer holds office as a public trust, and any effort to benefit a personal or financial interest through official action is a violation of that trust.”

Branchflower was investigating whether Palin abused her power by pushing for the firing of state trooper Mike Wooten, who was involved in a nasty divorce from Palin’s sister. Palin and her husband, Todd, have accused Wooten of threatening Palin’s father.

The investigation also looked into whether Palin dismissed public safety commissioner Walt Monegan because he resisted pressure to fire Wooten.

In the second finding, Branchflower says Monegan’s refusal to fire Wooten was not the sole reason for his dismissal but that it was a “contributing factor.” Still, he said, Palin’s firing of Monegan was “a proper and lawful exercise” of the governor’s authority.

The third finding says a workers compensation claim filed by Wooten was handled appropriately. Number four concludes that the attorney general’s office failed to comply with Branchflower’s Aug. 6 request for information about the case in e-mails.

The release of Branchflower’s 263-page report came after a unanimous vote of the 12-member Legislative Council, which authorized the inquiry last summer. The vote followed an all-day, closed-door meeting with Branchflower. Three members participated by telephone.

Branchflower also recommends the Legislature change the way complaints against peace officers such as troopers are handled. He says lawmakers should consider making it possible for people who file such complaints to get feedback about the status of their complaint and whatever action was taken about it.

 

The initial complaint against Wooten was filed by Gov. Palin’s father, Chuck Heath, before she was elected governor in 2006. Branchflower says the inability of the family to get information about what was happening with the complaint was frustrating to them.

 

“I believe their frustration was real, as was their skepticism about whether their complaints were being zealously investigated,” Branchflower’s report says. “The irony is that the complaints were taken very seriously, and a thorough investigation was under way. However, the law prevented the Troopers from giving them any feedback whatsoever.”

 

The law should try to balance the need for confidentiality with a recognition that feedback to the filer of a complaint is also important, the report says.

We have it at Two Lesbos Goin At It – the entire script for Larry Flynt’s Hustler adult porno – on no – movie about Serra Paylin. Just like Sarah Palin she’s a hockey mom ready for adventure.

Check it out.

Here they are.   The tax returns and financial disclosures of Sarah Palin and Todd Palin:

Sarah Palin and Todd Palin’s Financial Information

2006 Federal Income Tax Return

2007 Federal Income Tax Return

2007-2008 Public Financial Disclosure

Footnotes to Financial Disclosure

It’s hard to believe but Katie Couric has even more interview tape of Sarah Palin saying . . . stupid . . . things.  Here Katie wants the potential VPs to talk about Dick Cheney.

I’m still laughing.  The video is on top with a partial transcript below.    The transcript is directly from CBS News.

Katie Couric: What do you think is the best and worst thing that Dick Cheney has done as vice president?

Joe Biden: I’m not being a wise guy here … that I don’t know what he’s done. I mean, there’s not many things I’d pick that I thought he’s done that have been good. But I admire his strength. I admire his willingness to take positions that are completely contrary to popular opinion. But I think that what he’s done has been just, I don’t think Dick Cheney trusts that the American people can make judgments that are in the interest of the country. But the thing I think he’s really, really has done: I think he’s done more harm than any other single high elected official in memory in terms of shredding the constitution. You know, condoning torture, pushing torture as a policy. This idea of a unitary executive, meaning the Congress and the people have no power in a time of war, and the president controls everything. I don’t have any animus toward Dick Cheney but I really do think his attitude about the constitution and the prosecution of this war has been absolutely wrong.

Sarah Palin: Worst thing, I guess that would have been the duck-hunting accident, where you know, that was an accident. And that I think that was made into a caricature of him. And that was kind of unfortunate.

So, the best thing though, he’s shown support, along with George W. Bush, of our troops. And I’ve been there when George Bush has spoken to families of those who have suffered greatly, those who are serving in the military. I’ve been there when President Bush has embraced those families and expressed the concern and the sympathy speaking for all of America in those times. And for Dick Cheney to have supported that effort of George Bush’s. I respect that.