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damn_registrars's Journal: Gettin' Maverick-y on ya! 8

Journal by damn_registrars
I heard about the launch of The Sarah Palin Channel online today. Apparently for just under $10 / month she'll tell you regularly how Obama is colluding with the "lamestream media" to ruin our country.

I cautiously looked at the page. For me the main attraction was that I read they had a "countdown clock" on it counting down the days left in the Lawnchair Administration. I thought this might have meant that someone finally showed her a calendar and broke the news to her that impeachment is really no longer on the table as it is not realistically capable of ending the current administration before it reaches it's natural end in 2017.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, though, the maverick is trying to have it both ways. Yes, there is a clock (which I'll point out has the headline word "days" in it and then proceeds to give you days, hours, minutes, and seconds), but there is also plenty of stuff calling for impeachment. And if impeachment were to end with removal of the POTUS, then the clock as it is currently set up would not make sense.

But then again, most of what is on there doesn't make sense either.
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Gettin' Maverick-y on ya!

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  • ...for the beginning of President Biden's administration (which could last until mid-January of 2025) somewhat surprising.

  • If you REALLY didn't like the lady, you'd've attacked the CSS and editing.
    So you're clearly a closet Sara Palin sympathizer, to the same extent that #OccupyResoluteDesk is conservative.
  • by mcgrew (92797) *

    Who cares what that idiot thinks? She is completely unimportant.

    • I was only paying attention to it because it was getting attention in google news. Granted google news gives me far too much celebrity gossip for my taste but generally it is fairly good at catching newsworthy stories.
      • by mcgrew (92797) *

        It's been on TV network news, too.

        • That isn't really surprising. Few politicians have been as good at getting attention from the media as her. While ron paul dominates youtube, sarah palin seems to dominate every form of broadcast. I wouldn't be surprised to see her (or Tina Fey's impersonation of her) on SNL again at least once this coming season.
    • by gmhowell (26755)

      I'm wondering how the audience will choose between her channel and "The Blaze". Somewhat disheartened that there may be a large enough market for both of them.

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