Monday, October 6, 2008

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words



Here's one you can send to your friends. Be sure to click on it to get the larger size. I have done NOTHING to any of the photos, except I adjusted the contrast on the photo on the left in order to bring out the distinction between the shirt and the jacket.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

From Frank Schaeffer: Why Palin is Such a Good Liar For God?
from Politics on HuffingtonPost.com by Frank Schaeffer

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/frank-schaeffer/why-palin-is-such-a-good_b_132043.html

"Palin is by the very nature of her beliefs a born, in fact eager, liar. She can do no other. She must lie or admit she is wrong, about just about everything she believes in, from a young earth, to dinosaurs roaming the planet six thousand years ago, to the nature of global warming, to Israel's place of primacy in the prophetic "End Times" and, lately, as to the causes of the economic meltdown. Get inside Palin's head and you'll hear a little girl telling herself biblical stories where she's always the hero. Palin's fantasy world is about being "called" -- Esther-like -- to "save" her people. And lying for God is okay, in fact it's good. Her biblical heroes (King David, Samson, Queen Esther...) all lied for God when they needed to in order to defeat God's enemies."

I truly believe that Frank is correct in his assessment of Sarah. She lies about everything. Of course she would lie about having her fifth child.

~~Emma

Rachel said...

I can't thank you enough for staying on top of this. All of this would be so easy for the McCain camp for disprove and yet they will not do it. How easy it would be for all of us to "prove" the births of our children in seconds. I'm desperate for this to come out before the election. Why won't someone from Alaska who knows speak out about it? Have they all been threatened by the GOP or what is going on?

Lady Rose said...

Love your site and your blog - so glad I found it. Will keep visiting for updates and hoping the truth will come out (hopefully BEFORE the election).

Anonymous said...

Good God! How can anyone deny this any more? Look at the picture of her in the blue jacket. That doesn't even look like a maternity jacket to me. She does not have to stretch at all to close her hands over her tummy. Then look at the one of her with the black jacket. She can barely get her hands and arms around her body. And this is just a couple days later?

I still had doubts until I saw this. Now they are gone. I am forward this to everyone on my mailing list.

Anonymous said...

Please check this out - notice the date - it would have to have been within 3 or 4 days of the "birth": http://capitalcityweekly.com/stories/042308/community_20080423012.shtml

PalinBaby Question said...

Audrey, the snapshot of the interview in the hallway was taken on the last day of the Alaska Legislature's session. According to the ADN, that last day was Sunday, April 13. http://www.adn.com/news/alaska/story/374722.html

This information is contained on
www.geocities.com/palinbabyquestion

PalinBaby Question said...

In fact, here's a link to the other snapshot taken that day of Palin, by the same amateur photographer.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/30076181@N02/2814979078/in/photostream/

Audrey said...

Thanks for pointing out the "official" last day of the Alaskan legislative session. I was aware of this. The reason I am leaving the question just a bit "open" (dating that photo from April 11-13) is that the 13th is a Sunday. It's always struck me a bit odd that the legislature would be in session, with reporters running around on a Sunday. The 11th was obviously the previous Friday, a much more "logical" day to my mind, so I am leaving this just a bit open. Not that two days really matters that much!

Tina said...

What a high belly that is. It looks so fake! If she was near going into "premature labor" she certainly would have been dropping, wouldn't have she??