June 2, 2011

"Not for Hire:" Sarah Palin's Ride Photographed This Evening in Portsmouth, NH

"Every day you'll see the dust (Too much, the Magic Bus)
As I drive my baby in my Magic Bus (Too much, the Magic Bus)
I want it, i want it, I want it, I want it ..."

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It was a darkening and stormy night in New Hampshire. As I was leaving dinner in Portsmouth this evening, I drove down a street and there it was, Palin's Ride. It was, as they say, hard to miss and I took the opportunity to pull over, get out, and take some close-up pictures to share with my readers.

Palin, as it turned out, was off somewhere on the New Hampshire seacoast at a New England clam bake -- or so it was rumored. In the meantime, her bus was sending out her message loud and clear: "One nation. Under God. With Liberty and justice for all."

This would be in stark contrast to the current message being broadcast from the White House: "Many diverse groups pretending to be one. Under someone who has no divinity but a lot of gall. With liberty and justice for a few favored groups and individuals."

I'd be proud to ride in Palin's bus.

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From the Front

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From the Back

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Welcome Aboard

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America's Authors' Message

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Three-quarters View

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Come on along. It's going to be quite a ride.

And if they don't have this one at the top of the play list, I shall be very disappointed.

Posted by Vanderleun at June 2, 2011 6:32 PM
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The "Fundamental Restoration of America", as opposed to Obama's "Fundamental Transformation of America".

Naw, she's not running.

Like hell she isn't.

Posted by: rickl at June 2, 2011 7:01 PM

Hope you had fun in Portsmouth. Good restaurants there now it's been yuppified. And Strawberry Banke is nice. My late mother-in-law had a great house nearby for years. But it doesn't strike me as an especially hospitable place for Palin with all the recent weirdo imports, and crafty types, etc. Ever since the base got closed and it got turned into a tourist destination, it's been more and more of a Massachusetts type tourist trap...More prosperous, but liberal. Now, she would get hoots and hollers further north where people are less yuppified, hunt, and it seems like at least 50% of the guys are veterans...

Posted by: retriever at June 2, 2011 7:27 PM

Yup. You think the Mama Grizzly thing is a gimmick? Barracuda is her sweet feminine side.

Posted by: Roy Lofquist at June 2, 2011 10:57 PM

Shouldn't that read "Fundamentalist Restoration of 1920s America"?

Posted by: Fletcher Christian at June 2, 2011 11:17 PM

You shoulda gone in and wrangled yourself an interview. I betcha if you'd a taken off your hat, said ma'am, please, and may I, a whole lot, she'd have done it.

Posted by: Jewel at June 3, 2011 1:56 AM

Fletcher, go put your ghutrah on, sounds like you have heat stroke, baked your brains.

Posted by: Peccable at June 3, 2011 6:54 AM

Now, now, Fletch is looking from the other side of the pond. It's hard to understand America from there. Witness the late unpleasantness between King George and the colonies.

Maggie & Winston understood us. Most of the world doesn't. We are as foreign to them as they are to us.

Fletch, set your present understanding aside, and absorb a bit of what flows here, and you'll come to understand the real America. It's either that, or we'll have to put YOUR ass in the long boat.

Posted by: Casca at June 3, 2011 7:29 AM

Forgot to mention... these pics made my nipples hard.

Posted by: Casca at June 3, 2011 7:31 AM

Casca - no need. Your bankers already did that. The longboat is getting quite crowded. And what happened to Captain Bligh is far too good for them.

"Wall Street" was not supposed to be an instruction manual, methinks.

Posted by: Fletcher Christian at June 3, 2011 10:15 AM

"Many diverse groups pretending to be one. Under someone who has no divinity but a lot of gall. With liberty and justice for a few favored groups and individuals." That's about right. And according to the Democrats, Obamacare falls under "pursuit of happiness".

Posted by: RedCarolina at June 3, 2011 6:49 PM