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Sunday, November 23, 2008

Sarah Palin and Turkeygate

Just in time for Thanksgiving ..... Flippin' Hilarious! As Sarah Palin is being interviewed whiled holding a cup of Starbucks coffee, the cameraman made sure to include a man systematically killing turkeys in the background (more funny than graphic).

Clip is about 3 minutes long and the "Turkey Killer" is awesome! Video starts out with him actually holding a limp turkey in the "funnel of death" but about halfway through the interview you get to see how he has to deal with a flailing turkey..

Of course, the NY Times has already denounced the Alaskan Governor for choosing such a spot for an interview.. Can't you imagine someone from the far left asking her how she could possibly drink coffee with that going on behind her?

To which she'd likely respond, "gulp".

Video below.

NOTE: Keep your eye on the "turkey killer". Without him, this would have been an uneventful and innocuous interview. With him, it's video for the annals of history.

Poll of Obama supporters

Try and see if you can find the poll Zogby did after the election. He questioned 512 Obama supporters. Most of them had some amount of college education.

52% couldn't say which party was in charge of congress.
82% didn't know Obama started his political compaigns in a home of W. U.
87% knew Sarah Palin had $150,000 worth of cloths bought for her.
92% knew she said she could see Alaska from her home when it was Tina Faye who said that on SNL.


Bottom line - they knew nothing about Obama and everything about how dumb Palin was because that is what the media told them.
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