I hate sarcasm galore, but oh well…gotta get my point across somehow.
Well, for an uneducated idiot who thrives on the limelight and can see Russia from her house I’d say this is pretty outstanding. Poor Sarah Palin can’t give an interview, then that baby Trig that she chose to have it’s so disgusting!
Palin can’t do anything right, she has no experience, no background, no “gravitas” and she’s only in it for the money. Attention-seeking wh*re who has no clue on the issues about the country. Can’t give her the nuke codes either.
Sarah Palin is just good looking, trailer trash lunatic who likes to parade around and prop her children up. That’s what she is good at.
Now let’s go back to 2008…ready?
September 22, 2008|By Jim Stratton and Jeff Kunerth, Sentinel Staff Writers
THE VILLAGES — With thousands of supporters packing the streets and sidewalks of this massive retirement community, AlaskaGov. Sarah Palin took the safe route Sunday and said she and John McCain would reform Washington, put America on the path to energy independence and nurse a struggling economy back to health.
Obama “likes to point the finger of blame,” she said, “but has he ever lifted a finger to help?”
“No!” the crowd yelled back.
It was Palin’s first visit to Florida since being named to the Republican ticket, and tens of thousands of people turned out to see the self-described “hockey mom” and former small-town mayor. Estimates ranged from 25,000 to 60,000.
This is a personal post, not Governor Palin’s.
Elizabeth Edwards‘ passing hit me hard today. I detest breast cancer, and I support any cause that may find a cure for it. She fought long and hard, and enjoyed a period of remission before it came back for a final blow. Every time I listen to her words or watch the sad news, it’s like a tree lost a leaf.
I certainly wish I would have known her; she seemed really likeable, was in the forefront for what she believed in and stood by her husband through their ups and downs, and transformed into an even stronger woman, when she was in remission and throughout her illness. Any cancer battle is extremely hard on a person that does not have the will to live. The impact of that persons’ feelings towards survival and passion for life trickles down to the children, and the rest of the family.
As any parent, I am concerned about the psychological impact on their children, who already went through so much. What the family must do is stick together like glue, because if Elizabeth was the matriarch of the family, all ties to her and any other relatives would be broken. The grieving process for a mother is eternal. It’s like losing a limb. I highly recommend the book, “Motherless Daughters” by Hope Edelman. MotherlessDaughters.org has more information on grief, loss and how to cope.
Please listen to Elizabeth Edwards’ words in this video, where she speaks about optimism in times of difficulty. The whole video is extremely emotional, revealing and I hope this shows men how breast cancer affects women; that men gather a lot of strength to hold a family together in order for them to become a mother and a father, if sadly that happens. To not go astray and find other women when they give up on love; because giving up on that love, can detach from their own families dealing with that same cancer. I hope the Edwards family stays together as one, and do not break up. I often wonder why the good ones leave us.
Elizabeth Edwards, you will be dearly missed. Your words of optimism and strength speak volumes to those that struggle with breast cancer and their families. May God bless you, from now on you are free.
- Edwards’s passing – Biden offers his condolences (politico.com)
- Elizabeth Edwards Dies at 61 (rightcelebrity.com)
- Elizabeth Edwards’ Family Asks For Donations To Son’s Foundation (huffingtonpost.com)
- Elizabeth Edwards dies after battling cancer – USA Today (news.google.com)
- Farewell, Elizabeth Edwards… (zwingliusredivivus.wordpress.com)
- Elizabeth Edwards Is Dead (buzzfeed.com)
- Reactions to Elizabeth Edwards’ Death (abcnews.go.com)