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Topics: Sarah Palin

Wednesday, 15 October 2008

image for Palin's Polytheist Propaganda:"Every child is beautiful before God, and dear to them for their own sake."
Palin's Gods made the lion and the lamb- to see lamb you must cut open lion- Sarah knows how!

Parsing the linguistic gobbeldy gook that VPILF Palin sprays, like oil from an Alaska gusher, would be impossible if not for many years of practice trying to discern the inarticulate W. Still even after transliteration the letters and deciphering the sounds, the meaning often escapes translators.

Palin campaigning with Baby Trisomy 21 on her nipple often seeks to canonize herself and her husband Todd the Enforcer for their decision to have the baby growing inside her. Some have asked: if you are anti-choice what real choice do you have. But the Alaska Ice Princess forges on as if doing what she tells every other woman to do required some kind of heroism.

In the country built on separation of church and stae, God pops up in Palin's speeches more often than the deus ex machina in Greek drama. This time it was about how much God loves children, puppies and flowers- all of which he regularly destroys in hurricanes, floods and forest fires. But Sarah of Wasilla strives on:" Every child is beautiful before God, and dear to them for their own sake."

Religious scholars across the world are pondering whom the "they" are? Is it the Trinity, Jehovah Witness multiple Godhead, Hinduism's pantheon or just a really poorly educated and badly tongue tied "God-help-us"? Gods Help Us!!

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