Saturday, August 30, 2008

Heh.


Found here, thanks to here.

The local Indy cat box liner headed their piece with "Conservatives Pleased; GOP Insiders Puzzled." Yeah, Conservatives and GOP Insiders have pretty much been two separate groups for the last ten years or so...

EDIT: Couldn't figure out why my face hurts from grinning like an idiot since yesterday morning until someone on the web wrote "My God, she’s a Heinlein character come to life." Yup.

11 comments:

Earl said...

So what has been on her reading list for years?

Matt G said...

Somewhere between Longcourt Phyllis and the main character in "A Bathroom Of Her Own."

What a strange feeling... hope.

phlegmfatale said...

Someone please make that a bumper sticker. I want it.

Old Grouch said...

Note that the Star piece is a Washington Post reprint.

Fixed it for 'em:
"Conservatives Pleased; GOP Insiders Petrified With Terror."

The prospect of Palin giving the GOP's Washington bunch the same treatment as she gave the corrupt Republicans in Alaska makes me smile: It's not a bug, it's a feature.

And I'm sure much of the base agrees with me.

tanksoldier said...

"My God, she’s a Heinlein character come to life."

Damn skippy she is!

"Have Dogsled Will Travel"

perlhaqr said...

Old Grouch: I'm not the base, and I want to see it. Heck, if it happened, I might well become the base.

verify: 'ructoz'

Got me some High ructoz corn seerup! Gonna make me some whiskey!

Bob said...

Oh, wow, what a profound statement. I'm sending a link to this post to Glenn Reynolds, Tam, he's a Heinleiner himself. No guarantee he'll link it, but I'll have tried.

Bob

Anonymous said...

I said that also, she is a Heinlein perfect woman, or a James Schmitz woman. Capable, shoots, beautiful, good wife and mother, and can run a state.

Classic frontier woman. That is a role Model!!

RAH

Nathan Brindle said...

Er. Except for the red hair, I was thinking Maureen Johnson Smith, y'know, Woodie's mom. But without all the polygamy 'n' stuff.

CAR said...

Podkayne of Alaska?

Jill said...

The Tundra is a Harsh Mistress