Friday, July 17, 2009

RIP Dec. 4, 2006 - July 26, 2009

The Palin celebrity is fading into twitter world and this makes just about everyone happy. It will be fun!

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin let everyone know on Twitter that she is just 10 days from throwing off the reins of elected office to go rogue.

Referencing her announcement to step down as governor on July 26, she posted this tweet Friday: "elected is replaceable;Ak WILL progress! + side benefit=10 dys til less politically correct twitters fly frm my fingertps outside State site"

Palin loves Twitter and has used it as a tool to go around the mainstream media and broaden her support among conservatives in the lower 48. To me, today's tweet is more evidence that she plans to run for president in 2012.

She also asked her 99,115 followers to switch to her personal Twitter account once she is out of office: "I'll stay in touch w/whomever wants via personal twtr site;launch July 26;"

Palin's obvious excitement about speaking out on political issues -- unfettered -- as a private citizen and her encouragement of people to follow her after she resigns are part of the groundwork for a future campaign.

If the latter is true she is truly delusional, her populace ruse is good to rile up a base. That's it.

Update: Dillingham "I love living in a place where I can be treated as a respectable personage simply by dint of being sober, employed and totally uninterested in having sex with relatives or children," she wrote.
In some posts, Goode accused the community of a general failure to acknowledge and deal with its problems.


  1. B-P-P,

    The thing in her hand definitely looks like one of her blackberries. I don't think she goes anywhere without them, they are her best loved props and won't let her down. The other props (her children) can be troublesome at times...

  2. the fact that she has then in every picture speaks o me about how fake she is...guess she wants us to knowthat she's working hard...???

    she has to = 1) SOA
    2) personal

    may have to answer some of her SOA msgs on her personal....

  3. I'm going to have to go search through photos of other states' governors to see if they are always photographed with blackberries in their hands . . .

  4. It would have been awesome if Sarah dropped her blackberry, it fell into the water and got swallowed up by a whale.

  5. This is too funny!

    Which mischievous one of us is responsible? (don't answer that!)

    We need a few more of these, doncha think?