Thursday, August 27, 2009

Will Sarah Palin influence a federal election?

This has got to be the final nail for Palin as far as influencing a federal election. She will always have some comedic use, but the federal election Pac charade is done. The FEC will become another mockery if they allow this despicable Pac to continue. Palin pulls down everything she touches. There are other Palin scams to take serious. It is time for the media to expose Babygate. Why delay it any longer?

Why won't the FEC lay this SarahPac thing to rest? Can't they see her grifter quitter record?

We are aware that attempts have been tried to make Sarah Palin ready for prime time. She has had support from the most famous and thoughtful rebranding agents. It has been a year since she didn't hesitate, it has been a year of going downhill. Can't they see she is epic fail and can never be their robot? She is right about not being wired that way. She must be freed to tweet as only she can.

Three Laws of Robotics
(be sure to click above link. Thank you Isaac Asimov)

A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.

A robot must obey any orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.

A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.

Could the FEC prove that Palin's leadership committee, Meg Stapleton, even thinks there is a remote possibility of electing a candidate or for a purpose of influencing a federal election? If she does believe the hype she needs hospitalization along with the quitter. For a hype to be believed perps need a good memory and some degree of competency.

End the agony of neglect and ineptitude beyond the norm.
This whole Pac is about donations. There is no legitimate front person to influence anything except William Shatner's poetry and the like. This Pac does not act like they
believe their own hype. They deserve to wear the orange suits.

In the United States , a Political Action Committee, or PAC, is the name commonly given to a private group, regardless of size, organized to elect political candidates. Legally, what constitutes a "PAC" for purposes of regulation is a matter of state and federal law. Under the Federal Election Campaign Act, an organization becomes a "political committee" by receiving contributions or making expenditures in excess of $1,000 for the purpose of influencing a federal election.


  1. Gosh, I think you should credit the "Three Laws of Robotics" to its author, Isaac Asimov.

  2. Thanks. I added a reminder to read the link.