Monday, November 15, 2010

Docu-Drama: Lisa Murkowski's Alaska

Last Night on the CBS Evening News was the premiere of Lisa Murkowski's Alaska.

Well, she whined and cried, kicked and screamed. Her Senate run was an analogous temper tantrum that was fueled and funded by union and special interest money following her fair and square primary loss to Joe Miller.

Okay, Lisa, ya friggin baby, here's your Senate seat. After a while the people get sick of hearing daddy's little girl whining like a three year old. If you kick and scream and hold on to the leg of the chair long enough or if you tell everyone you're going to hold your breath until you get your way, sometimes the grown ups break down and give the spoiled brat the lollipop just to shut her up.

Here's the problem, though. The vindictive bitch got $5,000 from SarahPac before she criticized Sarah Palin for resigning her governorship. Murkowski continued to get the digs in on the former the VP nominee. It exploded today when "Veruca Salt" had the audacity to mouth off on Katie Couric's program according to Politico.
Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski said she would not support Sarah Palin if she decides to seek the presidency because the former governor lacks the "intellectual curiosity" for the job.

"I just do not think she has those leadership qualities, that intellectual curiosity that allows for building good and great policies," Murkowski told Katie Couric in a "CBS Evening News" interview. "You know, she was my governor for two years, for just about two years there, and I don't think that she enjoyed governing. I don't think she liked to get down into the policy."
Intellectual curiosity? Are you kidding me?!

Apparently Ms. Mouth-kowski didn't read about Palin's latest in depth remarks on Quantitative Easing, the future of the conservative movement and a few other things that Palin has said which demonstrates a deep knowledge of policy and political strategy. Palin has been an avid reader and has demonstrated a strong desire to get a handle on issues she would need to be knowledgeable about should she run for president.

Murkowski's intellectual curiousity tended to focus more on how to get a bunch of morons in Alaska to spell her name correctly, which apparently Murkowski was successful in doing. While Palin was reading up on Fed policy and commodities, Murkowski was running Sesame Street like ads to teach people how to spell her name and handing out bracelets so the little lemmings wouldn't spell it wrong when the pressure was on in the booth.

While Sarah Palin was climbing glaciers and avoiding crevices, Murkowski seemed content to fall into the crevice that is located on the part of Katie Couric's anatomy that occupies the anchor chair on the CBS Evening News.

Murkowski shouldn't be going to the Senate. She should be going to her room.

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