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Palin Warns Of 'Second Holocaust™'
Sounds like the Guv has been to visit Norm Podhoretz, who uses the word Holocaust™ like a carpenter uses nails.
She's learning quick, this "Half-Baked Alaskan" dictator in skirts.
Learning that to get elected, one must bow and genuflect before the altar of Zionism.
Between the Holocaust™ fairy tales and her belief in the end of the world fear mongering thru the perversion of the Christian bible called the Rapture, we know now who it was that called the White House at 3 am.
It was Jesus Christ, telling the President Palin it was time for the Rapture to be unleashed and would Sarahcuda set the world on fire with a number of thermo-nuclear devices?
After this next Holocaust™, will we have to re-apply for another TM for that next Holocaust™?
Or will it no longer matter?
Republican U.S. vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin said Friday that if Iran develops nuclear weapons it could lead to a second Holocaust.
Speaking to thousands of supporters in Blaine, Minn., the Alaska governor said she and GOP presidential nominee John McCain are committed to thwarting Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's nuclear ambitions, ABC News reported.
John McCain and I are committed to drawing attention to the danger posed by Iran's nuclear program and we will not waver in our commitment, Palin said. I will continue to call for sustained action to prevent Iranian President Ahmadinejad from getting these weapons that he wants for a second Holocaust.
Palin also said she was disappointed that she was disinvited to a rally to protest Ahmadinejad's attendance at the opening of the United Nations General Assembly next week. The event was originally billed as a joint appearance with Palin and Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., who sought the Democratic presidential nomination.
Palin was disinvited after Clinton withdrew.
Unfortunately, though some Democrat partisans put politics first and now no elected official will be able to appear at that 'Stop Iran' rally, Iran's pursuit of these weapons should concern all Americans; this should not be a matter for partisan politics, Palin said