Mr. Honesty weighs in McCain/Palin; plus, Robert Kennedy Jr. on Palin's reading list...

After hearing about Sarah Palin's continued repetition of her "I told Congress 'Thanks, but no thanks' on that bridge to nowhere" lie -- something she omitted in her stop in Alaska, oddly enough -- I thought of this Bizarro strip. When Karl Rove (of all people) accused the McCain campaign of going too far with the lies, I new I had to post it.

I also wanted to point attention to this interesting little piece by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.:
Fascist writer Westbrook Pegler, an avowed racist who Sarah Palin approvingly quoted in her acceptance speech for the moral superiority of small town values, expressed his fervent hope about my father, Robert F. Kennedy, as he contemplated his own run for the presidency in 1965, that "some white patriot of the Southern tier will spatter his spoonful of brains in public premises before the snow flies."

It might be worth asking Governor Palin for a tally of the other favorites from her reading list. [source]
Interesting, no? Not that Palin wrote the speech, mind you -- but someone in the McCain campaign did...

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