My husband is a smart man. Although, such is the blessing and the curse of nerds.
Last night I spent a good amount of time checking out the hilarity that is Sarah Palin.
First there was this gem on Levi Johnston, Bristol's baby daddy...
which I stumbled on while looking at Huff Po and various other sites in search of RNC news. Ah, Levi such a Rhodes scholar. From the New York Post:
On his MySpace page, Johnston boasts, "I'm a f - - -in' redneck" who likes to snowboard and ride dirt bikes.
"But I live to play hockey. I like to go camping and hang out with the boys, do some fishing, shoot some s- - - and just f - - -in' chillin' I guess."
"Ya f - - - with me I'll kick [your] ass," he added.
He also claims to be "in a relationship," but states, "I don't want kids."
Johnston's not the only one who self identifies as a redneck:
"Palin Obtained a Business License for Marketing and Consulting, Saying that She Wanted To Line Up Her Ducks if She Chose to Pursue It. “Asked about the business registered under her name, Palin said, ‘Rouge Cou, it’s a classy way of saying redneck. It’s a French word, rouge is red, cou is neck. It’s for marketing and consulting, in case I wanted to go that route, I’d have my ducks all lined up and have a business license. I just was granted that business license. … I would like to, with some of the endeavors that I have going on right now, there comes a time when one desires to be paid for them!’” [Anchorage Daily News, 6/8/05]
I thoroughly enjoyed these pics of Johnston's sister(?) identified as Bristol getting her drink on via the FOX News site:
I bet the Sarah's stoked! This image is one of about 10 by the way most from different locations. PARTY!!!!!
Finally, there's Palin's affiliation with the Alaskan Independence Party which though she claims to not have had any direct connection to her husband was a member for 7 years. Wing nut fringe! Wing nut fringe! Wing nut fringe!
Now in reference to the quote which titles this post... after reviewing all this fun stuff OMF looked at me and said, "two words, Thomas Eagleton." Huh?