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Friday, 5 September 2008

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LALALAND - HOLLYWOOD - Self-proclaimed political pundit and not-so-great actress Annette (who?) Benning, pilloried John McCain's veep choice of Sarah Palin and claimed that Hillary supporters would not rush en masse to vote for her "simply because she is a woman".

Ms. Benning said if that had been the case, Obama would have chosen her as his running mate instead of Joe Biden, adding "I too have four children and I would have more if only I knew where Warren is".

Quick on the attack, con-radio host Rush 'Headcheese' Limberger savaged Ms. Benning with his usual vitriol-loaded attack.

"Well, the angry left is finally against the wall. This Benning flaming-liberal, whose only claim to fame is that she floundered for years in Lefty-land - read Hollywood - before she married a fading, old Lothario, backyard hound dog named Warren-something, now thinks she can speak for all American women out there. Get real!

"The Hillary horde is angry; the Hillary horde feels disrespected; the Hillary horde feels that a grave injustice was done to their candidate - a better experienced choice than that empty-suit, flavor-of-the-month Obom-ination and the GOP has given these women something new.

"Sarah Palin is the new icon of American motherhood - she has a 'real' job; not that of an 'actor".

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