An Idea For Sarah Palin From Megan Fox

Speaking of Sarah Palin, she might get some ideas from Megan Fox in her Armani commercial. If Palin did this, she would have far more are to write on than just her hand:

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Sarah Palin vs. Kathy Griffin

I have never seen anyone wind up in as many feuds as Sarah Palin. Her latest is with Kathy Griffin. Mediaite reports that Griffin is going to play a “Sarah Palin Tea Party type” on an upcoming episode of Glee. A seasoned politician would have played this down, but Sarah (Reload) Palin preferred to start yet another feud when asked about this:

You know, Kathy Griffin can do anything to me or say anything about me, because you know, she’s kind of this – she’s a 50-year-old adult bully is really what she is.

She’s kind of a has-been comedian and she can do those things to me. I would just ask for respect of my children. As she had stated on CNN that her New Year’s resolution was to destroy my 16-year-old daughter, that takes it a little too far.

Kathy, pick on me, come up to Alaska and pick on me, but leave my kids alone.

I haven’t been a big fan of Kathy Griffin after her appearances with Anderson Cooper on New Year’s Eve the last couple of years, but I am looking forward to her response to Palin.


Quote of the Day

“Charlie Sheen said that he’s now more popular than President Obama, at which point Mike Huckabee accused him of growing up in Kenya.” –Jay Leno

Incidentally, word just came out that Charlie Sheen was fired from Two And A Half Men. They have not yet decided about the future of the show.

Supreme Court Throws Out Another Birther Case

The Supreme Court has again rejected a Birther suit claiming that Barack Obama is not a natural born American citizen.While most Americans realize this is nonsense, a CNN poll shows that 41 percent of Republicans are delusional enough to believe the Birther claims.

There is absolutely nothing to the Birther claims with documentation already establishing that Obama was born in Hawaii. Despite this, a number of right wing blogs have been discussing this case as if there is merit to it. Reading their hopes that the Supreme Court would rule in their favor made me wonder what would happen if they did. The Supreme Court has already intervened inappropriately in one presidential election in 2000 so it is hypothetically possible that they might rule in favor of right wing claims here. Although it would be even more ludicrous for them to question Obama’s legitimacy than it was to intervene in 2000 on Bush’s  behalf, what if the Supreme Court did rule that Obama was not eligible to be president? Would such a ruling mean an immediate end to his term in office? Would his past executive orders no longer be valid? Would laws passed by Congress remain valid with his signature or would a new president have to resign them?

Obviously these issues would only come about if the Supreme Court would ignore reality and take up the Birther suit for political reasons. While these questions do not really relate to Obama, there might material for a good novel based upon a fictional president who really did not meet the Constitutional criteria to be president.