Monday, July 20, 2009
Afroturf-Using phoney "brothers and sisters" to give a white racist some "hood" credibility.
Yes Sarah Palin visited the Harriet Tubman library and she went to Juneteenth this year.Like Pryor did for Gene Wilder in "Silver Streak" Lil' Sis is trying to blacken Sarah up.This is her little friend Adrienne, she's there to "hook a sista' up".Adrienne been up in Alaska since January,. Someone is paying for her expenses. Alaska is a very expensive place to be.You seen commercials on television where the announcer always says,cost more in Alaska and Hawaii.So the right decided to Afroturf her. Surround her with knee-grows.This won't make the over 90% of us that voted for the President vote for her, it's not suppose to.It's to show those on the right that Sarah cares about black concerns.Well she didn't last year. Trying to get the then Senator Obama smoked saying he "palled around with terry-risk."
Why didn't Sarah go to Juneteenth last year? She was trying to get the bigot vote that's why.She was the only Alaskan Governor to not attend last year.So now we exist.What will happen when black is not in season ? Just a thought.
Here's a link to her cult...I mean blog.Tell me if she loves Sarah more than God, it sounds like it to me.BTW, she's the New York Chairperson for Palin 2012.
This is what Sarah is doing today:
Palin: Alaska tour is thanks, not goodbye
By MATTHEW DALY, Associated Press Writer
UNALAKLEET, Alaska – She was greeted like a rock star in Unalakleet, a fishing village on the Bering Sea. She danced with Eskimos in Kotzebue. And she watched grizzlies at a wildlife sanctuary on the Kenai Peninsula. In all, Sarah Palin has been on eight trips outside her Anchorage base since announcing her resignation two weeks ago. Is this a farewell tour, the start of a possible presidential campaign for 2012?
Palin insists it isn't, although she still won't say what plans she has after she steps down as Alaska governor on July 26, with 18 months left to her first term.
"I am Alaskan. I've grown up here and I'm going to remain in Alaska," she told The Associated Press in an interview. "It's not farewell, it's more like thanks for letting me be here and I'll see you soon."
No it's farewell, I'm off to run for President to get rid of the terry-risks.