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Monday, September 01, 2008 the pundits on the left are already calling John McCain's selection of Sarah Palin to be his running mate a "Hail Mary" pass, let's talk some football. The Pollack, Mexican and Texican Sports Betting Service served up 3 moneymaking selections to our faithful viewers this past week and hopefully you all paid heed to the advice. The result was a torrid 3-0 start. Sure, the Pollack and the Mexican both had doubts about the Texican's selection of Utah over Michigan. But once again, ol' #24, Flanker Dan Stanfield, legendary gridiron great of Texas High School Football lore, proved his pigskin pickin's were meant for your financial gain. So all in all a great kickoff weekend with the Mexican pocketing a we say, there may IRS foreign agents lurking...let's just say I can pay the water bill for the spacious B bar V Ranchette this month.

Speaking of great weekends. I couldn't wipe the smile off my face on Friday. Sure South Carolina more than covered Thursday night which got me off to a good start this season, but I had to spend Friday morning bucking hay which is not a task enjoyed by many people who aren't Bulgarian weightlifters or members of the Russian women's swim team. What made it all worthwhile was having Rush Limbaugh turned up on the radio while I unloaded the trailer and stacked the bales. It must have driven the lib'rul neighbors, (yes even red states have some in the name of diversity) absolutely crazy. I was positively giggling over Limbaugh's analysis of Sarah Palin. In the words of Jim Hank Duncan, I haven't been this proud to be a Republican since President Bush decided to fight Al Gore's blatant attempt to steal the 2000 election in Florida.

Sarah Palin is everymom. I won't extoll her many virtues, there are plenty of writers doing that. I certainly won't disparage her, the left will make that a rite of passage for every non-thinking illegitimate American soon enough. Besides which, I am absolutely thrilled with the selection of Mrs. Palin. There will be no electoral analysis here, since her selection does nothing to improve McCain's chances of winning Alaska. They were already about 125%, which is roughly the same turnout percentage that we can expect from precincts full of democrat voters in Chicago and Philadelphia. Nope, suffice it to say that I am thrilled with her selection because it reaffirms for me that someone in McCains camp is listening to the conservative base. Sarah Palin is a conservative, make no doubt about it. Her most fetching qualities are a devotion to less taxes and smaller government and that is good enough for me. As it should be for most thinking Americans.

There was a recent examination of the role of government in America. It found that government now comprised almost 43% of the Gross Domestic Product. That represents a near trebling of government influence over the GDP in the past 75 years. This is simply not healthy when government dictates economic policy down to such a degree that almost half of the economy is dependent on government funding or dictated through government policy. Such a degree of government oversight or dependence does not represent the free market vision of our forefathers who relied so heavily on the influences of Adam Smith and John Locke in their formation of our own government and its oversight of economic policy. Instead the situation more closely resembles the teachings of Marx and Mao. That should frighten even democrats who are usually so blind to the excesses of communism/socialism. Even if there is a remote possibility that Sarah Palin has never read Smith's economic philosophy or Locke's political theory, she is obviously influenced by both of them. America will be well served with such a woman in the White House.

Of course we here at the Pollack, Mexican and Texican Sports Betting Service also remain committed to sound economic policy. Fewer taxes mean more capital for investment in business opportunities like taking advantage of our picks of the week. You all might want to keep that in mind when you hit the ballot box on November 4.

Smilin' Paul Villa U.S. Senate 2010
cyber-Congressman, R-Reno
Proud Member of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy and 2 SUV Family


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