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Watch: Hannity Floats Idea of Palin-Bachmann Ticket in 2012


A dream ticket IMHO. Dream. Ticket.

From a Minnesota GOP rally last night in Minneapolis.

And, uh, hasn't Michelle Bachmann ever heard of Geraldine Ferraro?


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  1. Tank : Since you brought it up, the other repulsive chapter in the Duke case was when Alan Gurganus, that lisping white-mustached antibellum queen from North Carolina, wrote for the NY Times how he knew those northern boys were "guilta" while praising their "ambercrombah appeal." It was creepy beyond belief, and really epitomized the lust/hatred of certain gays for young heterosexual athletes. Needless to say, as soon as the DNA results came back, Gurganus pulled that piece and hides under the table when the subject is raised.

    Posted by: JT | Apr 8, 2010 3:55:57 PM

  2. Stay strong, JT. Angry white men are a...common thing.

    Posted by: TANK | Apr 8, 2010 4:00:42 PM

  3. So are photoshopped black eyes.

    Posted by: JT | Apr 8, 2010 4:02:46 PM

  4. lol@right-wing buffoons like JT thinking a loser and quitter like Sarah is someone to fear.

    Posted by: JJ Tw | Apr 8, 2010 4:12:55 PM

  5. Class act! Rock on, irrelevant culture warrior. Just get yourself an american flag hat and coat to match...maybe some boots.

    Posted by: TANK | Apr 8, 2010 4:13:36 PM

  6. Umm, JT do you not notice the thousands of people she attracted at that rally?? She's the most popular figure in the GOP right now, thats just a fact. She is a potential nominee for the 2012 nomination. Why the hell WOULDN'T we talk about it?

    Posted by: Wes | Apr 8, 2010 4:26:32 PM

  7. It would totally look like Goldwater's outcome in 1964. The would get the deep south, and Alaska. They probably wouldn't even pull off Minnesota.

    Lets hope that if that happens, there's a true progressive who's committed to equality on the Democrat's ticket! Having them hand us the election would only be good if our alternative isn't as conservative as Palin on marriage equality.

    Posted by: Bryan | Apr 8, 2010 5:17:46 PM

  8. I'm not ready to write off such a possible ticket, nor the fact that it would bulld--e any halfway bright Republican out of the way by bringing even more loons out of the cracks to vote. But Sean R., it's a sacrilege to mention Barry Goldwater in the same breath with either of these hags: he was a genuine Conservative. And, finally: if I were Sarah in the WH I'd be damned fretful about having Vampira B at my back.

    Posted by: gregorybrown | Apr 8, 2010 5:42:09 PM

  9. As long as they are devoted to God, guns, and keeping America safe from minorities, any Republican idiot can become President of the United States.

    Democrats run PhDs and lose.

    Republicans can run hookers, beauty queens, actors, professional wrestlers, etc. and still win.

    Posted by: John | Apr 8, 2010 5:53:06 PM

  10. "And, uh, hasn't Michelle Bachmann ever heard of Geraldine Ferraro?"

    Or, one of the greatest women that graced America and it's body politic, Shirley Chisholm...

    "On January 25, 1972, (Shirley Chisholm) became the first major-party black candidate for President of the United States and the first woman to run for the Democratic presidential nomination..."


    Posted by: dave02657 | Apr 8, 2010 5:57:14 PM

  11. And, uh, hasn't Michelle Bachmann ever heard of Geraldine Ferraro?

    There are alot of things Michelle Bachmann has never heard of. That's what happens when you're stupid!

    Posted by: Ben | Apr 8, 2010 5:57:35 PM

  12. JT, if you want to read endless groveling and back-slapping about the John Edwards saga, click over to any conservative blog in the universe.

    What you have to grasp is that instead of invoking fear or panic in us, Sarah Palin is the embodiment of relief from that fear. She is evidence that christianist conservatives are as far as ever from getting a viable candidate into national office. In short, we would fear her if she wasn't as uneducated and unprepared for the job as her fan base is convinced she should have it.

    These are tears of joy, my dear.

    Posted by: JeffRob | Apr 8, 2010 6:41:47 PM

  13. This is too good to be true. The more the GOP moves to the right, Tea Birthers, the more the middle will move to the left. Bachmann says today that the GOP and Tea Baggers are becoming one party.


    We could not ask for a better winning strategy, lets just let Obama keep up the work, November is not going to be the blood bath for Dems that the MSM and GOP are predicting.

    Posted by: patrick nyc | Apr 8, 2010 7:40:33 PM

  14. Do you get a free tin foil hat if you support this ticket? I blog about Michelle Bachman a lot...she's the nuttiest broad in politics right now (no offense Sally Kern, you're crazy but you're also rather disgusting...) She and Sarah "I Quit" Palin on any ticket would be my dream come true. I could blog forever and ever and ever.

    Man, has this country fallen down the rabbit hole that we are even discussing this? Though it's insanity genius! They would get all 20 thousand T-bag votes and it would be the end of the Republican party. I say go for it!

    And as far as J.T. suggesting we are afraid of Sarah Palin... hahahahahahhahahahahahhahhahhahahahahahhahahhhahahahahahahhahhhahahhahahaahahahahhahaahhahhahahhaahahhahhahhahahahahhahhahahahhahahahhahahhhhah (breath) hahahhahahahhahhahahahahhahahhhahahahhhahahahahahahahhahhahahahahhahahahhahahahahhahahahahhahahahahahhha.

    Posted by: Bart | Apr 8, 2010 8:10:15 PM

  15. How can we make this happen? Nothing, nothing would make my heart sing like a Palin-Bachmann ticket... almost nothing. What a pair *those* two would make on the same Repug ticket.

    Posted by: NancyBoyDrew | Apr 8, 2010 8:13:30 PM

  16. @PatrickNYC

    "We could not ask for a better winning strategy, lets just let Obama keep up the work, November is not going to be the blood bath for Dems that the MSM and GOP are predicting"

    Try to convince that to the bitter batshit crazy homos who keep bashing Obama because "Hes not doing enough for the queers"

    Im beginning to think the homos aint no different for the fucking tea baggers and birthers.

    Posted by: Rocky | Apr 8, 2010 8:14:06 PM

  17. BTW thats *from* not "for"

    Posted by: Rocky | Apr 8, 2010 8:20:28 PM

  18. @John

    "As long as they are devoted to God, guns, and keeping America safe from minorities, any Republican idiot can become President of the United States."

    L O L! SO TRUE.

    Posted by: Mellotron | Apr 8, 2010 8:24:22 PM

  19. ROCKY I was one of those people who first backed Hillary, then after supporting Obama felt let down by his taking us for granted. But since last summers Town Hall events, from where the Tea baggers came, and the hatred for Obama, which is clearly because he is a black man, I am ready to cut him some slack.

    He did pass the health bill, he enacted the stimulus, which affected me as an unemployed man after 30 years of working. He is a man of his word and we have to back him up. Just think if McCain won. We'd not only be fucked, Palin would have poisoned his ass by now.

    Posted by: patrick nyc | Apr 8, 2010 8:27:06 PM

  20. I dream of this ticket. It's the ultimate expression of the nihilism driving the Republicans into the ground, and it would likely reverberate in the other 2012 elections (where I expect the Dems to recover much of what they lose this year).

    I doubt it will happen though. It's more likely that they'll pull a 2000 and pair the folksy idiot with a puppetmaster.

    Posted by: Zach | Apr 8, 2010 9:18:43 PM

  21. Shoot me in the head now please!

    Posted by: Harry | Apr 8, 2010 11:27:06 PM

  22. Floating Palin and Bachman?

    Hopefully FACE-DOWN.


    Posted by: Bruce Wayne | Apr 9, 2010 3:47:12 AM

  23. So this is what the Mayans were warning us about...

    Posted by: John | Apr 9, 2010 1:50:02 PM

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