This is my new little home on the interwebs and at less than two months old I’m averaging 1500 unique ISP’s a week. One of two things has happened:
Y’all think I’m fabulous and can’t wait to hear what I say next
Y’all think I’m an idjiot and don’t want to miss a good train wreck
Like any good blogger I’m okay with it either way.
Here’s what’s really interesting, and you’ll have to trust me on this because you can’t see my back end stats. According to statcounter I’m getting a lot of Alaska action. When you look at my comments and people have talked about baby showers for baby Trig I’ve seen the ISP’s. They match. Alaska loves me and I’m intrigued with what Alaskans have to say about Sarah Palin.
Some of you have sent me some very personal family photos that include newborn Baby Trig and various women holding him. I’ve not seen these photos anywhere else and I’m not publishing them here because it’s unfair to the kids, all the kids. However, it makes be believe you when you say you know the family, that and the fact that your ISP is logged when you comment.
I’m not with the oil drilling.
But I’m with Sarah Palin on everything else.
My husband screamed at the TV and added funny ridiculous commentary. My daughter couldn’t stop guffawing and slapping her thigh:
That man [Rudy Guiliani] talks like Daffy Duck
Yes, from my sensitive child who had speech therapy 3 times a week for many years.
I’ll admit things here are little fucked up, but I’ve got a plan. My darling Husband has gets to go to work tomorrow. I, however, will have the children alone for several hours. The convention is on Tivo. We’ll hit the high points and I’ll properly educate the kids while he labors.
Oh bloggers, you’re taking me on a wild ride.
Steve Kroll has a post worth reading:
…The main point here though is that I never said this was true. Simply, I presented what I knew to be true and allowed for people to make their assessments….
I’m just going to continue looking at the candiates. Yes,they’re all terrible parents. Yes, they’ve all left their families in the dust to pursure personal goals.
Yes, this sucks.
But who will make the best president and veep?
I still like Sarah… and no, she’s not hawt but I could help her with that fucackta hair.
Enough already. From the New York Times:
Bristol Palin, one of Alaska Gov. Palin’s five children with her husband, Todd, is about five months pregnant and is going to keep the child and marry the father, the Palins said in a statement released by the campaign of Republican presidential candidate John McCain.
Bristol Palin made the decision on her own to keep the baby, McCain aides said.
“We have been blessed with five wonderful children who we love with all our heart and mean everything to us,” the Palins’ statement said.
Now we have a seventeen year old child having a baby and feeling compelled to keep it. Guess when adoption becomes a near impossible choice?
When TV cameras follow you everywhere.
Now six children are affected. The White House is no place for children. And the press? What have we done to ourselves?
Drop out now.
I’d totally vote for you. You excite me and I think you’d be an asset to the ticket.
Here’s the issue, it looks more and more like your 5th child is really your Grandson. It appears that Bristol loves and adores that baby, and quite possibly is Trig’s mother. I’m real clear that small children in the white house are the products of shitty parents. You could still be an amazing Vice President, but (man or woman) NotSoMuch on the parenting…
Anyhow Sarah, walk away. Take care of the kids, you’ve got a chance to make it okay for them. Don’t do this to your daughter.
Love her enough. Again.
If what ArcXIX claims to be true, is. Then Sarah Palin and I have a lot more in common than I’d previously thought.
She’s doing what most mothers would. Protecting her daughter and her grandchild.
The good lord is not on your side you pompous ass. Have you forgotten the images of dead and bloated bodies floating in the streets? I’m awaiting the sincere public apology. It’s disgusting.
Not to be outdone by Michael Moore.
Please don’t give me any sanctimonious bullshit about Dems being caring. Not. Today.
This morning I got an email from Mar Vista Mom asking me what I thought about Sarah Palin, is it a good thing? The reason she’s asking me isn’t because I’m such an awesome and insightful political pundit. It’s because, here in Los Angeles I’m the only Republican she knows. Yeah, it’s not fun talking politics in LA.
Much like my finely honed gaydar (yes I can sniff out a good dancer at 100 yards), I do have a feeling that there’s one other LA Mom who votes like I do, but I’ll let her come out of the closet in her own sweet time.
To get real clear I need to let y’all know where I stand. I’ve been a registered Republican since my early twenties, and I’ve voted mostly along the party lines, but never thoughtlessly. I didn’t vote for W the second time, because I just couldn’t. When W said he was a compassionate conservative I thought holy shit man, me too! But then I found out that his speech writers were just prone to alliteration and words he could pronounce.
I am deeply apologetic for the W years. Please accept my apology, we will do better next time.
Mc Cain doesn’t excite me, but he doesn’t repel me either. I don’t think he’s shot anyone in the face or been incapable of chewing and cheering simultaneously so I guess we’re on the upswing.
Sarah Palin is exciting though.
Read the article.
Dive in? On children’s underwear?
I’m speechless, and I always have something to say.