Sarah Palin Investigated in the Disappearance of Bullwinkle the Moose, by Horsedooty

Wasilla, Ak.- State investigators and Alaskan Fish and Game officials announced today, that Republican VP nominee, Sarah Palin, is considered a primary suspect in the mysterious disappearance of long-time children’s cartoon hero, Bullwinkle Moose.

Addressing a small band of Bering Strait news-scoopers from behind a shiny white whale jaw podium, Alaskan Wildlife Agent and part-time Ice Road Trucker, Sgt. Bill Preston, described the details that have directed the state’s investigation toward the oft-pregnant potential VP.

Here is a link where you can read the entire article at your leisure. Enjoy.

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126 responses to “Sarah Palin Investigated in the Disappearance of Bullwinkle the Moose, by Horsedooty

  1. I’m sure the GOP has already sent an army of lawyers to Alaska already to kill this investigation!


  2. “I think they ought to be just honest about it and stop the nonsense about, ’I look out my window and I see Russia and so therefore I know something about Russia,’” he said. “That kind of thing is insulting to the American people.”

  3. chefsheila

    This is so cute Horsedoot. A bit of Levity is really needed today, thanks!

  4. chefsheila

    A great video on Obama’s Donation page as to where they want to take the campaign and why.

    Notice the Campaigns target states and the reality of what is going on in the campaign rather than what the press says$400&source=20080917_DP_HR

  5. dnd

    Bullwinkle guts all over the tundra. Sad…

  6. chefsheila

    Well….about this……talking about showing her real skirts. As in she just isn’t as knowlegable and savy as she needs to be.

    Experts Don’t Yahoo! Over Palin’s E-Mail Practices
    Palin’s Email Habits Echo Worst Practices of Bush Administration Says Expert

    It’s not a great idea to run a government using Yahoo! e-mail accounts.

    Gov. Sarah Palin’s e-mail habit of using a private account to communicate with aides echos the worst practices of the Bush administration, says one expert.
    (ABCNews Photo Illustration)That’s the word from experts, anyway, reacting to news that Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s Yahoo! e-mail had been hacked earlier this week. McCain’s vice-presidential pick apparently used the accounts to communicate with key aides about government business.

    The practice is dangerous, said experts, and can run counter to laws ensuring government is open and accountable — a tough point for Palin, who has made “open government” a catchphrase of her political identity.

    By using non-governmental email systems, “Your information is out there available, beyond the official mechanisms there to protect it,” said Amit Yoran, the nation’s first cybersecurity chief. Yoran is now CEO of Netwitness Corp., a computer security firm for government and private entities

  7. chefsheila

    Even if I wasn’t voting Obama this year, I’d be a bit upset by the reality that she is looking like, (to borrow this years election critism) an empty Pant Suit.

    No other value than Cookie Cutter Poster Girl Cheer leader. Attack dog.

  8. She used the yahoo accounts so she could claim it was private and not govt. business.

  9. chefsheila

    Did the hackers hack? The fact that the hackers hacked, makes it a geffa.

  10. chefsheila

    I can’t get over that Baby Boy with special needs and very serious health problems is not with his mother or his father.

    I can’t believe that if she gets Vice President, he will have even less of her.

    I can’t believe that any mom would do this. Blows my mind.

  11. On Tuesday, Barack Obama campaign manager David Plouffe sent a video to reporters laying out the political landscape with less than 50 days until the election. In it, he made a startling pronouncement: the Obama campaign was going to spend a total of $39 million in Florida, a state that, while classified as a battleground, is considered a long shot for the Democrat.

  12. chefsheila

    AND I want to point out that Hillary Clinton respected her one child enough to pospone what she wanted.

    Because in the end, the most important job in America is motherhood. Women are wired this way. The blessing of motherhood is to nurture those children. They are wired for it. Period.

    She’s got some obvious markers, that tell us her children have come second for the past 7 or so years.

    There….I’m off the Mommy Stump.

  13. chefsheila

    Brian, Plouffe said that in our video too.

    So, this means that the campaign is throwing down the gaunlet to McCain. Their going to pull out all the stops and scare the crap out of McCain Campaign.

    I just donated…… 🙂

  14. If they can get that black vote out in full force he just might take the state, boy what a gamble though!

  15. chefsheila

    hmmm…..There are 4 major Military bases and remember the turn of support that has happened for Obama.

    Yes, there is a large dug in Republican population, but there are people there too, that there can be some cherry picking of the population.

    And last but certainly not least. The Cuban and latino population. Lots of next generation voters that won’t vote their parents way.

    Obama is actually close. Was looking at it this morning.

  16. McCain is being heckled at his own event in Iowa!

  17. chefsheila

    I just saw that! It was great!

  18. chefsheila

    The heckler just won McCain a concentration on the hackle and not the message in the Networks.

  19. dnd

    The self-described “deregulator” told a Cedar Rapids, IA crowd that it’s time for more regulation. Better late than never…

    Oh, and he said that Caribou Barbie is going to be in charge of energy security. I’m not quite sure what that is, but given her email issues, I’m not sure I want her in charge of anything that has to do with security.

  20. chefsheila

    This should be pasted everywhere!!!!

    David Horsey.

  21. PRINCETON, NJ — The Sept. 15-17 Gallup Poll Daily tracking update shows Barack Obama with a 48% to 44% lead over John McCain among registered voters, marking the first time that Obama has held a statistically significant lead in two weeks.

  22. Anyone given any thought to the Gov of NJ being named the next Sect of Treasury?

  23. BevnTempe

    Horsedooty – what a great spoof!

    Eve Ensler, who wrote the “Vaginal Monologues” recently wrote the following about Sarah Palin. Perhaps you have read it on Huffington.Post. I’m having trouble understanding why women would vote for someone who would take away so many of women’s choices. If McCain/Palin are elected, I sincerely fear for this country and it’s future.

  24. “A handful of young women have emerged, escorted by official looking folks; they’re apparently protestors. “My body, my choice,” they’re chanting as surrounded by police and a couple of TV cameras. “Go back to school,” a man in the back of the crowd yelled at the women.”

    “I look up, about five minutes into McCain’s address and see a steady stream of people walking out of the rally. They just came to see Palin apparently.”

    “At 11:38 a.m. a group of peace protetors starts, well, protesting. They are esscorted out and the crowd boos them. “All we are saying is give peace a chance,” one of them sings as he’s escorted out by the local press tent.”

  25. dnd

    What I don’t get is why the McCain campaign is violating Reagan’s eleventh commandment: “thou shall not speak ill of other Republicans.” Today he threw SEC chair Christopher Cox under the bus. Palin raises taxes on big oil and challenges members of her own party. Democrats do this all the time, but Republicans? Never.

  26. that’s what happens when a campaign starts to unravel.

  27. “There may be a price for all this. After Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska, his running-mate, riveted the overflow crowd at an airplane hangar here for 16 minutes, it was Mr. McCain’s turn, and people in his audience began murmuring and drifting away midway through a 14-minute speech that was flat and cheerless. When Mr. McCain made his first appearance without Ms. Palin, on Monday morning in Jacksonville, Fla., he faced an arena that was one-quarter full.”

    Sheila if McCain can’t fill a small arena in Florida Obama may be right about taking the state!

  28. Chef Sheila

    Brian, did you look at all the polls on florida this morning. They differ very little, but what was apparent to me is that Obama has a better than 50% chance to break through. Now how much better is the question, so I donated. Not much, mind you. But, to me, its worth the pennies that I gave to see if the return will really give us Florida for the first time in a very long time.

    In a way, it would be a vindication for 2000.

  29. dnd

    The CO poll is huge. Not just for Obama, but for the Senate seat vacated by Wayne Allard (R). It’s Mark Udall v. Bob Schaffer. Two decent guys but the 527s are saturating the airwaves with commercials. The anti-Udall ads are really nasty. The anti-Schaffer commercials emphasize his ties with big oil.

    Any downticket help we can get from Obama is a plus. I expect to see Obama/Biden here several more times before the GE.

  30. dnd I’m down right giddy with all the data coming out today. McCain’s convention bump may prove to be the most hollow in history. Dead man walking!

  31. What, Me Worry?Why Obama acts like he’s 10 points up in the polls.
    By John Dickerson

  32. dnd

    Obama will take the Rocky Mountain west. Just watch.

    Why else would he speak in Elko yesterday and Espanola today?

    Why is this important? Because the Rocky Mountain west is fiercely independent. As the indies go, so goes the election.

  33. Obama is on fire on TV right now

  34. Steve

    Obama is hitting his stride just in time, isnt he?

  35. Yep Steve, as we’ve seen over and over again, as I’ve said to Sheila countless times, the man is a marathon runner, not a sprinter.

  36. chefsheila

    He and Axelrod have flauless timing. just when we can’t stand it much longer, he hits another exceleration period and its always at the right time.

    This last time, I think Brian and I were so much better, but the waiting was hard this time around too, while the ney sayers are just attacking.

  37. Master of his game, I’ll mess myself if he takes Florida, LOL.

  38. Steve

    We are in the home strecth now. The debate is 8 days away. Our early voting starts Monday.

    This is an exciting race.

  39. Steve

    You can go to bed early on election night if he takes Florida or NC. Put either of those with Virginia and it will be a done deal.

  40. dnd

    I’d throw in Ohio to that mix. And speaking of Ohio, Gail Collins has a few thoughts:

  41. I’m still trying to figure out what McCain was doing in Iowa today, what the hell was the about? Obama owns Iowa.

  42. Steve

    Let that old fool spin his wheels in Iowa. Thats one more day he isnt in Michigan.

    DND- Keep the Kerry states and flip Ohio and we are in!!!!

  43. dnd

    “I’m still trying to figure out what McCain was doing in Iowa today, what the hell was the about? Obama owns Iowa.”

    And why Cedar Rapids? Why not Des Moines? Might as well been in Grundy Center.

    Hip, the polls say 50-50. I’m thinking landslide. Seriously.

  44. Love the cartoon, made me feel like it was saturday… : )

    Tried to skim through everything, sounding pretty peppy in here….Went and saw Biden this AM, he’s great…..I was about 12 feet from him, and my camera battery was dead, I was so pissed. I love they way he talks. Made a new friend their her name was Satin, she’s from that area (Stark County – I guess I would call it middle mixed America ) and she not as optimistic as I am about Obama in Ohio.

    McCain who?

    Anyway, the article below is very scary to me, I never really know if my vote is counted anymore.

    Report: Voting problems in several swing states

    “Those 10 states, according to Common Cause, are Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Missouri, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin.”

  45. dnd

    Sra Burrito,
    You’re now on the hook to post a thread about the Biden rally 😉

  46. Steve

    My wife and I will be able to vote in GA next Monday. we are getting in 2 of the 10 I pledged

  47. Oh, That Joe! (No. 12 in a Series) — Are You Ready for Some Football?

    After the car incident that took the lives of Biden’s wife and daughter in 1972, the Steelers flew Bleier to give a signed football to Biden’s sons Hunter and Beau, who were recovering at the hospital.

    Looking up at Bleier’s jersey, Biden appeared to wipe away a tear.

  48. lol…link I just posted, had the inside story… dang bad I didn’t prepare my freakin’ camera. I get back and Hubs says, a real photographer always has their equipment….

    POW !!! to the moon….lolllol

  49. dnd

    Sra Burrito,
    Former Steeler Franco Harris, the greatest Italian-American running back ever, is a big Obama backer.

  50. That’s cool…..okay I am heading out the door, see you peeps later….big commute home a whole 2 miles……

  51. Steve

    Look at my icon, babies. I BLEED Black and Gold.

    Franco was an actual Obama delegate.

    and good for the Rooneys and Rocky (#20)

  52. 500,000 new registered voters in Indiana….is that what he said…..i thing so

  53. Hey – by the way….has anyone notice the nice sound of not hearing the name Clinton? Hillary who? Bill?

    I know she is campaigning and that is good…..

  54. I just ordered a pizza, my first “real” food in about 3 weeks, wish me luck!

  55. I was hoping you were feeling better….but geeez pizza, what are you thinking?

  56. are you having a McCain moment????

  57. chefsheila

    Bad NEWS for the Bottom half of you!!! lol Just kidding.

    Really, congratulations and may it be all smooth sailing. Nothing spicey there I hope.

  58. chefsheila

    Like that Pew Research! 46% – 44%

  59. I have needs too, and pizza is what I need!

  60. chefsheila

    OUCH! 🙂

    The Palin And McCain Administration: Sarah Flips The Ticket During A Rally (VIDEO)

  61. no, sausage, meatballs, olives, and onions, extra crispy!

  62. LOL, Keith just said:

    “The pain of Spain falls mainly on McCain”

  63. dnd

    pizza is nature’s perfect food.

  64. “he meant to say.”…oh god McCain is an old man…..who is sticking a knife in the back of any of his republican cronies he wants…..

    Today, Biden asked, ” What happened to the John McCain, I knew? “

  65. I haven’t had pizza in about 3 months, it’s really good.

  66. chefsheila

    That McCain died the moment he sold his soul to the devil for the Presidency.

  67. chefsheila

    I can hear you slobbering all over the pizza from here? 🙂

  68. chefsheila

    hmmm…”John McCain doesn’t have any core convictions”…..really astute. I’m glad I just heard that.

  69. There’s only one thing I slobber over and thats……………………..

  70. chefsheila

    Ignoring Brian………>>>>>>>>

  71. chefsheila

    Poll: Obama Holding Up Well Under Attacks On His Character
    By Greg Sargent – September 18, 2008, 10:53AM
    There’s a lot in the internals of the new New York Times poll to chew over, but I wanted to highlight a few numbers that seem to suggest that Obama’s holding up pretty well under the withering assault on his character the McCain campaign has hit him with for months now.

    Despite the months of attacks designed to portray him as an elitist and culturally out of touch with ordinary Americans, here are some of the findings:

    * Obama’s favorable rating of 45% is a shade higher than McCain’s of 44%. And in this poll Obama’s fave numbers are up six points since August.

    * Sixty percent think Obama “understands the needs and problems of people like yourself” — compared to only 48% who say the same about McCain.

    * Sixty-six percent think Obama “shares the values most Americans live by” — more than the 61% who say the same about McCain.

    * Fifty-seven percent think Obama is “someone you can relate to.”

    It’s true that McCain is still seen as far more prepared for the job and more likely to be an effective commander-in-chief. But an astonishing 48% say the economy and jobs will be most important to them in picking a president — more than three times the number (14%) who say terrorism and national security will be most important.

    One key to besting McCain on the economy will be for Obama to resist attacks on him as snooty and out of touch, and according to these numbers, at least, he appears to be doing that.

  72. You mean that poll I’ve been bugging you to read since yesterday?

  73. no one can ignore Brian…try as they will, no one has been successful……you know it….i know it, we all know it….lololol

  74. Shelia was making doughnuts or donuts – your choice.

  75. chefsheila

    hmph! I prefer Donuts! This isn’t old english you know? Dunkin Donuts taught me!

  76. no fear

    Keith just said ” I look out my Russia”….lol….it was funny.

    If I could shoot someone solely because of their voice I have a target with Sarah.

  77. donuts….breaks down to ” do nuts”

    You can see where that may be a issue for some…. 🙂

  78. chefsheila

    …or “Doh! Nuts”….

  79. chefsheila

    The McCain and Palin are beginning to sound like good ticket for Michael Jackson Puppet Theater.

  80. hey you guys, if you go to Obama .com, and click on the link for text messaging you can get free ring tones…..

    I got 4, ( different people get different rings) and it’s really kind of silly fun….Can’t wait to be somewhere when people hear it.

  81. I could say something but really it just wouldn’t be appropriate. I have standards, even if they are low…i have a few…. 🙄

  82. Ok now you’ve just gone over the top UB


  83. You have standards? And you hang here?

  84. puede usted tener un montón de tuercas, incluso si son anillos de espuma

  85. omg for a minute I thought I was in Spain

  86. Kathy

    ok- this would have been better yesterday, McHooverilles are not far behind

  87. chefsheila

    Thats so horrible. I was afraid of that.

  88. chefsheila

    oh man…..what if this is what has happened to Anon-P……what if he has lost his job? I hope not.

  89. I emailed him about a week ago to see what’s up and haven’t heard back from him. I too hope all is well.

  90. chefsheila

    I’ve been emailing for a month and he hasn’t answered one….not like Anon-p at all. He’s so conscientious about answering.

  91. chefsheila

    Thats a grea line. “The Stragglers of Clinton’s supporters have been scared straight because of Palin on the ticket”.

  92. I just got back from walking Charles Barkley back to his home…..I found him in my yard playing with Batman and Ice.

    Charles Barkley, a 5 year old Doberman Pincher had on a spiked Harley Davidson collar…..and a long cable from a tether.

  93. chefsheila

    There’s a new word in town; “McLobbyists” lol

  94. colleen

    hi from the middle of the night in PA, good to see you all having fun. Q: is Spain our new enemy? WTF?

    Doots, I love Bullwinkle, so now I’m really pissed.

    Did y’all notice that Ms. Nanook is now calling the Repug ticket “Palin-McCain”? Oops, she’s jumping the moose-hilling gun.

    And here’s an interesting story I just ran across relating the current campaign to Teapot Dome:

    Johann Hari: A crisis that could make the US election a cleaner contest

  95. colleen

    oops – moose-killing, not moose-hilling (that sounds too much like moose-humping!)

  96. Steve

    Good morning all–having a little coffee—

    and thinking of how good Doughnuts would be with it.

  97. colleen

    hi, Steve, one with lots of white, fattening creme for me, thanks…

    it’s all about marketing and packaging – Sarah as a
    Warhol soup can -excellent article from AlterNet

  98. colleen

    well, I linked pg 2 of the article, but you get the idea

  99. dnd

    “Poll: Obama tops McCain as football-watching buddy ”

    Staying with the football theme, he’s speaking in Green Bay this morning, and he’s brought his cheerleader! 😉

  100. chefsheila

    Did you hear that? “We are days away from a full out meltdown”

    Pelosi, “Dems bare no responsibility”.

  101. After yesterday Sheila I’m getting the feeling that Paulson is working outside the sphere of the white house, and working directly with Reid and Pelosi. Yesterday I got the feeling Bush’s attitude was, I don’t care what you do just make it go away.

  102. The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows the race for the White House is again tied with both candidates attracting 48% of the vote. Just a few days ago, McCain enjoyed a three-percentage point lead (see trends).

    If the Rasmussen says it’s tied we must be ahead by at least 5!

  103. chefsheila

    Well, if the President is speaking again, it must be the eleventh hour lobe to try and save something.

    Obama is wise to wait until after he speaks. Did you know the McCain was set to deliver a speech that put the whole blame on this administration? Mr Trickle Down economics? Mr “I’ve taken advatage of the system?” He’s taken the critizism out now.

  104. chefsheila

    ….That’s eleventh hour “Lob”

  105. dnd

    In Green Bay, McCain blamed the financial crisis on Obama. Has he lost his mind?

  106. chefsheila

    YES HE HAS…….THe next thing the press will role out is Keating Five which is well documented.

    Five former Secretaries of State including Powell and Albright, are going to appear in a special on CNN on Saturday night? Anyway, these 5 will be talking about Foreign Relations and policies. They will also, aparently be making the case about why McCain’s Iran Policy is just plain out wrong and dangerous.

    I will be watching. Sounds like a real live, kick to the outgoing adminstration and a call to caution for the candidates.

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