Barbara Bush hopes Sarah Palin stays in Alaska.

The George W. Bush campaign started a rumor that McCain had an ( implied ) illegitemate BLACK baby, as well as doing everything else they did to discredit McCain during the race for the Presidency back in 2000. The Bush's really don't like McCain.

The Supreme Court, with their 5 to 4 decision, installed Gee Whizzer, who did so much harm to the U.S. and the republican party's credibility, that EVERYONE knew there was no way the the repub's could possibly win the presidency again right after Bush. People were turninhg their backs on the G.O.P.

This afore mentioned "everyone" includes the grand puppeteer. The Democrats HAD to win, history, and the future, both demand that to be the case in situations like this. Remember Nixon / Agnew / Ford ?? And Hoover before them ???

What better way to insult John McCain than to "let" him win the nomination in 2008, and then hang the albatross ( Queen Sarah of Alaska ) around his neck, and have him get defeated by a BLACK man. ( A GIRL would have been okay, too, for the puppet master, but Obama really was the perfect choice. )

The coup that was started back in Dallas in 1963 has been rolling along, right on course, since then.

P.S. Do you remember Enzo ???


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