Monday, November 3, 2008

one more to go


r. crumb.

Unless you are Governor Palin, in which case...

Just help yourself to a f@ckin' croissant. Courtesy of Monsieur Sarkozy.

NOBODY HOME

11 comments:

Mr. Beer N. Hockey said...

I was sure proud to be a Canadian when I heard the Poutine Sarkozy/Palin interview. What great radio!

ib said...

It was. Unfuckingbelievable radio. Anybody else could have gotten away with going on record after the event as saying they were simply playing along with the charade. But not Sarah Palin!

ib said...

Unfortunately, I only heard excerpts. It was all over the news bulletins here. Even the presenters looked like they couldn't quite believe she could be such a jackass. And so close to the election, too.

Utterly amazing.

dean said...

Love the pic!

ib said...

Yup! Crumb is Crumb.

marmiteboy said...

Lets just hope she is never heard of again after the election.

she is one scary woman.

ib said...

She's daft as a brush, but no less the dangerous for it. Agreed.

Mike said...

I think the phenom will fade pretty quickly. I can't believe for a minute that US conservatives are ready and willing to let another imbecile lead their party.

ib said...

Hard to say, Mike. There is a fine tradition of it; as you point it.

AC@45 said...

great crumb picture .. here is the audio for the prank call on palin ,,

.. can't wait until tomorrow and we can stop being bombarded by this election .. do you believe that Canadians are more interested in who gets elected in the US then who they elected here. Less the 50% turn out for the election that we just had .. Canadians are so inundated with US politics we end up thinking that ours in just second string, problem is this let us have another few years of conservative gov't .. idiots

ib said...

Thanks for that link, ac@45. Nice one. The UK is not far behind you in the "stay at home" electoral stakes, in fact, we may be on par.

Still, could you imagine seeing Palin on the news every day! Real Oreo cookie blues.