How do you like your Tea?

Yesterday, the NAACP passed a resolution condemning the racist acts of Tea Party protesters. The backlash from the Tea Party has been furious. But we are not an organization that shies away from controversy. The NAACP was founded on hope, not hate — and we will not stand idly by as racists work to divide […]

Talk to the hand

This weekend’s $100K speech at the Tea Party Convention was just one of many Sarah moments of the week topped off by the disclosure of her manual “palm pilot” to remember 3 key conservative issues of her fan base: Energy, Tax Budget Cut, Lift American Spirits. Will someday in time people re-enact the 2008-2009 Palin […]

Second Place, But No Crown for Palin in the VP Debate

The most gracious thing I can say about Gov. Sarah Palin’s debate performance last night was that she did not go out a loser — but like the Miss Alaska contest, she didn’t get the crown either. Senator Joe Biden was the clear winner of the night. Both VP candidates disappointed their opposing parties and […]

Community Organizers Hall of Fame

I guess a small-town mayor is sort of like a “community organizer,” except that you have actual responsibilities. Acceptance Speech – Sarah Palin, Republican Vice Presidential candidate – September 3, 2008 Community organizing is how ordinary people respond to out-of-touch politicians and their failed policies. Response to Palin’s acceptance speech – David Plouffe Campaign Manager, […]