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11 October 2008
Sarah Palin blow up sex doll now on sale
The Sarah Palin blow-up sex doll has just gone on sale. Democrats are reported to be buying the doll so that they can do to it what Sarah will probably do to the country if she ever gets into the White House. The manufacturers are clearly politically neutral because they have given the Sarah doll three entrances: that's one each for Democrats, Republicans and Independents.

Reports that if the doll winks that means you are doing it right are unconfirmed, but punters are urged to shout "drill, baby, drill" with feeling.

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I dont see any spin on the GUILTY verdict in the Trooper Gate affair Mr Exile. You might like to cover Mr McCain's very angry allies,which seem to be inspiring some very nasty group behaviour, when the truth is, in policy terms neither man is saying anything different.
I do think the Republicans will find a way to steal it, but it will be a pretty shitty victory and not good for democracy, which if it means we stop exporting democracy as a result that maybe a good thing.

11 October 2008 at 10:17  

I meant rallies not allies

11 October 2008 at 10:21  

I don't think that Troopergate is all that important basically because enough water has been muddied to ensure that the average punter finds it a yawn.

As you say there is no great difference between the parties on economic policies, so there isn't much to get worked up about.

11 October 2008 at 12:22  

aside from who leads the most powerful nation on the planet, not much to get worked up about.

11 October 2008 at 13:25  

Yes, well, the most powerful nation on the planet has found that it's army has been held off by a bunch of primitives in both Iraq and Afghanistan, so I wouldn't read too much into that if I were you.

I accept that McCain would probably be better in the sense that his presidency would continue to boost anti-Americanism in the UK. However, in terms of actual policies there isn't much to choose between them.

11 October 2008 at 15:01  

i totally agree, in fact the bunch of primitives as you put it, have brought the west to its knees, along with the assistance of our other enemies/allies.
The dye is cast and the popularist policies of the past 50 years have brought us to this situation.
I keep hearing this bolony about a league of democracies,obviously J Boloton/neo cons are still getting their voice with regards the United Nations

11 October 2008 at 16:23  

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