The prospect of having Sarah Palin, Â a career-woman and ‘hockey mom’ with with firm convictions and strong beliefs as vice president of the U.S., drives the lunatic left around the bend. Hell hath no fury like a woman commie scorned:
Sarah Palin effigy burned on bonfire
US Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin will be blown up at Britain’s oldest bonfire celebrations â€“ dressed up as a Rambo.
Meanwhile, on the other side of the fence, Rupert Murdoch voices doubts over the Obaminator:
Rupert Murdoch is cooling towards the most Left-wing US presidential candidate since … well, whenever:
NEWS Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch has warned thatÂ Barack Obama could worsen the world financial crisisÂ if he is elected US president next week and implements protectionist policies.
In an interview with The Weekend Australian before delivering the first of sixÂ Boyer lecturesÂ on ABC radio tomorrow afternoon, Mr Murdoch said the Democrats’ policies would result in “a real setback for globalisation” if implemented…
With the US election five days away, Mr Murdoch criticised Senator Obama’s tax policies as “crazy”, particularly his plan to hand out tax rebates to most Americans and to increase taxes for people earning more than $250,000. He said Senator Obama’s promises to give tax rebates to 95per cent of Americans was “rubbish”.
But he gives a tick to Kevin Rudd:Â
Mr Murdoch said Kevin Rudd had been “very sure-footed” in his handling of the financial crisis…
Obama’s obsession with his multiracial background is the perfect embodiment of the narcissistic identity obsessions of our age.
An Obama fan prays for what Murdoch fears – a President Obama who will pay all her bills:
Straight from the socialist playbook:
Zeituni Onyango, the aunt so affectionately described in Mr Obama’s best-selling memoir Dreams from My Father,Â lives in a disabled-access flat on a rundown public housing estate in South Boston.
Bob Krum notes that rather than help the aunt Obama used as a prop,Â his campaign has shut her up. Mark Steyn sums up the moral:
The London Times story of Barack Obama’s Aunt Zeituni – like that of his penniless brother and the Kenyan grade school he promised to help – is interesting not only as a reflection on the candidate’s belief thatÂ “spreading the wealth around” is a centralized government mandateÂ to be imposed on Joe the Plumber rather than a personal act by, say, a wealthy memoirist whose books repackage colorful relatives to highly lucrative effect.
TigerHawkÂ concedes that we’re not obliged to support every relative, but wonders why we’re not allowed to hear if Obama’s relatives agree with his characterisation of their relationship and history.
Obama’s “spread the wealth” plansÂ sound worryingly like his father’s.