Monday, November 22, 2010

Dancing With the Stars shocker: Brandy gets brokenhearted and voted off

Last week, the most shocking elimination in Dancing With the Stars history happened on Tuesday night. R&B singer Brandy Norwood, my all-time favorite star in Dancing With the Stars, got voted off in favor of a worser dancer Bristol Palin, while the audience booed and the judges were shocked. Thanks to the Tea Party that Bristol Palin made the finals. The Tea Party jammed the phone lines to stage Brandy's elimination. Brandy is clearly the better dancer than Bristol. A 67-year-old Wisconsin man shot at the television on the moment Tom Bergeron announced Brandy's elimination.  This is one of my most shocking reality TV moments ever, but it is not as shocking as Jasmine Murray's elimination on American Idol season 8. If Briston Palin, there will be a huge uproar. The majority of viewers were shocked at Brandy's elimination, and the credibility of Dancing With the Stars has gone into question.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Tea Party backing Bristol Palin

There is a rumor that the Tea Party has been fueling votes for Bristol Palin on Dancing With the Stars season 11 leading her to the semifinals. One thing is because of the Palin brand. Another thing is that her voting number has been posted on political blogs, encouraging viewers to vote for her. It is a shame that despite being at or near the bottom of the judges' scoreboard, she has already beaten out contenders Audrina Patridge in week 6, Rick Fox in week 7, and Kurt Warner in week 8, even though they each received higher judges' scores that she did. I have a feeling that Brandy Norwood could be the next victim of this Tea Party effect, and I will be upset about it.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Haley is not my governor

I have been disappointed that voters in South Carolina have elected a Governor who will tell lies and say one thing and do another. That governor is Nikki Haley, the 116th Governor of South Carolina. I hope she is a one-term governor, just like David Beasley. A Republican South Carolina Governor elected during a Democratic Presidency will most likely be a one-term Governor. There has never been two consecutive two-term Republican governors in South Carolina history. Another hope is that Haley will resign as Governor if the allegations of infidelity are proven true.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Elect a Governor South Carolina can trust

Nikki Haley may become a star, but Vincent Sheheen is a safer choice for Governor. Therefore, I endorse Sheheen for Governor of South Carolina. He is a Governor whom South Carolina can trust.  Haley is a Governor who will embarrass the South Carolina. She has zero credibility, for she is a liar and a hypocrite. She has been fined repeatedly for not paying her taxes on time. She hid a $42,000 contract she received due to her legislative connections. South Carolina has already been through the consequence of a governor who is a liar and a hypocrite, which is Mark Sanford. Sanford handpicked Haley to be his successor, and they both have ties to Washington. They have the same unproductive policies that will embarrass the state of South Carolina. Sheheen is a conservative Democrat, not an Obama liberal.  I have been frequenting his campaign site and Twitter account.