That is a joke, of course – but she is asking all these questions but answering none herself.
So instead of asking the press to ask Barack about this, that and whatever – answer some questions herself.
The woman is a moron – much more than Bush and her running mate.
She claims that he [Obama] is putting ambition before country – yet what about numpty McCain? He lies through his back teeth to get into the White House and the daft bint says nothing about him? Hypocrite if ever I saw one.
During a fundraiser in Madeira, Ohio, Palin, the Republican vice presidential nominee, said Obama tried to influence the negotiations “in a way that would set back America’s cause there, while advancing his campaign here.”
“If this is true … it is a stunning example of putting ambition above country,” Palin said. “To put political ambitions in front of doing what’s right for our troops is breathtaking, and it is unacceptable.”
Not as frustrating as getting your wrinkled face on a neutral TV screen – give CNN an interview without your baby-sitter being there. Reading prompts is easy – even I can do that. I know that CNN is showing much more right-wing bias of late, but isn’t that what she is looking for?
Tell the American people what you are going to do for them Ms Poodle. Or is it a matter than talking to your base is what is just OK for you?
McCain has already pissed the conservatives off with his new and improved bail-out plan. Now he comes up with even more – the man is ridiculous!
McCain on Friday also announced a new economic initiative during a rally in La Crosse, Wisconsin. The Republican presidential nominee called for the suspension of rules that force Americans who have reached the age of 70½ to sell stock from their 401(k) and individual retirement accounts.
The stock market has suffered dramatic losses in recent weeks. McCain said the rules need to be suspended “to spare investors from being forced to sell their stocks at just the time when the market is hurting the most.”
Huh!? Explain that one John – or get Ms Poodle on the TV to explain it for you.
When an employee leaves a job, the 401(k) account generally stays active for the rest of his or her life, though the accounts must begin to be drawn out beginning the April 1st of the calendar year after the attainment of age 70½ (except that under SBJPA 1996, those still employed can defer). In 2004 some companies started charging a fee to ex-employees who maintained their 401(k) account with that company. Alternatively, when the employee leaves the company, the account can be rolled over into an IRA at an independent financial institution, or if the employee takes a new job at a company that also has a 401(k) or other eligible retirement plan, the employee can “roll over” the account into a new 401(k) account hosted by the new employer.
McCain is worse than Bush! And his attack dog – well when she gets on TV and starts to answer questions about herself maybe she should think about keeping her mouth firmly shut.