Saturday, August 30, 2008

Now, That's Funny ...

..., I don't care who you are.

Or aren't.

There's no way the campaign will even acknowledge this bit of synchronicity, but that doesn't stop the rest of us from having a good laugh.

And then there's this. Anything else, maybe, but the left will never forgive her for this:

Rigel Kent Says:

Palin’s smart, tough, capable, gorgeous and a red head?

My God, she’s a Heinlein character come to life.

I think I might just have to vote for McCain now.

August 30th, 2008 at 12:33 am

Bill Ayers may get called out of retirement after a few weeks more of this.

And that's not funny.

Thanks to Rand Simberg and TamaraK for the much needed good laugh.

Update: I haven't had to experience it as of yet, but one thing I'm not looking forward to is all the " ...Palin comparison." smarminess from the punditry class over the next couple months. The novelty will wear off and people will begin to take note of the lady herself as time goes by, but 'till then ...

One other observation. Todd Palin must have the iron resolve and self control of an actual saint. Hosting tea party's and the like is all good for a laugh, but I'd have long since consigned some talking head to a lifetime of dental treatments via a proctologist. 'Yo, Chris, Keith, I'm just sayin' is all.

Update Deux (8/31): See what I mean?

Although, I have to say, this isn't too bad an example of what I'm talking about. At least this blogger stuck to published facts and sources to illustrate his admittedly biased viewpoint. Well, sort of ... Nobody looks quite that good with a real case of bed head. Which also ought to be regarded as "Praising with faint damns" ought'nt it?

Update Tres (9/01): See! See!?! See what I'm talkin' about?

This can't end soon enough.


GW said...

Thank you for the link.

Will Brown said...

You're quite welcome, Wolf.

I admit it was a bit left-handed as compliments go, but your post was a good one and, by being the first to do so (that I saw at least), laid legimimate claim to the name pun in the title.

It's all the rest that I expect to steadily follow that I'm so not looking forward to.