Monday, April 13, 2009

Sarah Palin's Romper Room

The good governor of Alaska appears to have decided that she is through running the Romper Room known as the Alaska State Legislature.

I have never seen such a sniveling bunch of brats that need someone to hold their hands so they can get their jobs done.

As of right now, the sniveling legislators have managed to pass only 9 of 419 bills this year and there is only one week left in the legislative session. NINE, that is it!

There is even a legislator that complained that the Governor and Piper don't bring them bagels anymore.

Here are few more good ones.

One legislator wrote a bill on parental consent when it comes to abortion, which Palin supports. The legislator who wrote the bill is complaining that when the bill was in committee, no one from Palin's office went to the committee meeting to answer questions. Huh? You wrote the bill, dude and you expect the governor to show up and answer the questions. You answer the questions! You wrote the bill for heaven's sake!

Another good one. The head state senator is the legislature is having difficulty deciding what to do with the stimulus money. He is not sure what to do because he cannot get an answer on whether Palin will veto his bills:

Senate President Gary Stevens, R-Kodiak, said it has been difficult to deal with state acceptance of federal stimulus money, because legislators can't get answers about whether Palin will veto budgets that include stimulus money.

Seriously dude, do your job. Do what you think is best for the state of Alaska. If Palin vetoes it, then fight to overcome the veto, if you are truly following the will of the people of Alaska. (Actually, I can see why the senator does not want to pass the stimulus money, the folks in Alaska are not really happy about it. He knows that the people of Alaska are fiscal conservatives and are backing the governor on this one.)

This fellow must take the cake. Whining and sniveling like a 5 year old because Mommy is leaving them with a baby sitter for 36 hours:
"There are some concerns (in the Capitol) about the focus of our chief executive because she's taken a speaking engagement in Indiana for a 36-hour period with only 72 hours left in the legislative session," Ramras said.

Turns out this particular state representative in Alaska, has a horrible attendance record, as highlighted here at Conservatives 4 Palin.

Of course, each and every single one of these guys complaining are Republican legislators. Governor Palin, of course, is not a legislator and yet they are complaining that she will miss a day this week of the LEGISLATIVE SESSION. Good grief.

I remember once the Governor stated that dealing with the state legislators is like babysitting.

Apparently the governor has decided to give up manning the Romper Room and decided to let these goofballs answer for their own actions.

Well, the end of the legislative session is near and these legislators are looking to blame the Governor for their own legislative failures.

Of course, the media has Palin Derangement Syndrome and the legislators may actually get away with not doing their jobs when it comes to the media.

But in a few days these legislators are going to have to go home and face their constituents having completely failed to do their jobs. Will their constituents allow them to get away with this excuse? Perhaps a few of them will, but the people of Alaska are a lot smarter than this. Even with the constant blasting at Governor Palin, she has a 60% approval rating. Clearly the people of Alaska are not buying this drivel and sniveling from the state legislators.

Can you imagine if this happened in Wisconsin or any other state? The state legislators, both Republican or Democrat, would be laughed out of office for behaving like children.

I got a kick out of one of the comments I read this morning at Hot Air. Someone said that Governor Palin not only has to change Trig's diapers, but the diapers of her state legislators also.

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