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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/5/2009, 5:33 pm

Well Biden said that he takes her word for why she quit. I'm not a fan of hers but I hope she and her family have a happy life.
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/5/2009, 7:28 pm

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Comparing Michael Jackson to Farah Fawcett is insane. Jackson is beloved by 10's maybe 100's of millions world wide.

Through his group, solo, and family work, he became one of the few artists to have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice. Jackson's other achievements include 13 Guinness World Records—including one for "Most Successful Entertainer of All Time"—19 Grammy Awards, 22 American Music Awards, 12 World Music Awards and the sale of over 750 million units worldwide.[3] Winning numerous awards for his humanitarian endeavors, the singer has been honoured by two Presidents of the United States. He has also been named as the artist of "the Decade", "Generation", "Century" and "Millennium" and was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2002.

Fawcett,OTOH,is best known for a 1 year role on Charlie's Angels,a pin-up poster and her hairstyle. In her entire career she never won any awards other than a 'People's Choice" award.
And she led a clean life, didn't abuse drugs or little kids...
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/5/2009, 8:12 pm

Today's Twitter from the Quitter...
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Critics are spinning, so hang in there as they feed false info on the right decision made as I enter last yr in office to not run again....

I hope the GOP realizes that they will have no chance to ever get their message out,assuming they even have one,as long as this loon's side show continues. cheers 🍿
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/6/2009, 10:49 am

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And she led a clean life, didn't abuse drugs or little kids...

So do most cancer victims, but no one is throwing them a parade...

But anyway... :offtopic:

Ed Brayton points out the hilarity of her resignation speech:

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Sarah Palin wrote:
Life is too short to compromise time and resources... it may be tempting and more comfortable to just keep your head down, plod along, and appease those who demand: "Sit down and shut up", but that's the worthless, easy path; that's a quitter's way out. And a problem in our country today is apathy. It would be apathetic to just hunker down and "go with the flow".

Nah, only dead fish "go with the flow".

Not quitting would be the quitter's way out. The mind boggles, doesn't it?

And Frank Luntz was on Fox and Friends this morning, explaining that quitting the job she was elected to do was the right move in order to protect her children from the media. Shocked Thank Jebus that happened now and not when she was VP.
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/7/2009, 1:32 pm

This gem from yesterday.....

As to whether another pursuit for national office, as when she joined Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., in the race for the White House less than a year ago, would result in the same political blood sport, Palin said there was a difference between the White House and what she had experienced in Alaska. If she were in the White House, she said, the "department of law" would protect her from baseless ethical allegations.

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"I think on a national level, your department of law there in the White House would look at some of the things that we've been charged with and automatically throw them out," she said.
There is no "Department of Law" at the White House.
http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/story?id=8016906&page=1

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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/7/2009, 3:39 pm

Poor Artie, nothing else to do but read line by line everything Sarah Palin says.

Hey Artie, just a question. You can ignore it if you wish.

When was the last time you actually earned a paycheck?


You know, with deductions, and tax taken out, and Social Security and stuff like that.
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/8/2009, 6:13 pm

Hey Artie...

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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/9/2009, 12:56 pm

New entry in the Urban Dictionary

1. Pullin' a Palin

1. Quitting when the going gets tough; abandoning the responsibility entrusted to you by your neighbors for book advances and to make money on the lecture circuit.

2. Bizarre move that will damn ambitions for higher office.
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/9/2009, 2:03 pm

Ah hah!

Does Sarah Palin Fear Upcoming Book Revelations?

There are other Palin books coming out within the year, but of all of them, perhaps the one she fears the most is the campaign tell-all by self-proclaimed McCain adviser Martin Eisenstadt. He wrote this on his
Blog the other day:

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Alaska sources confirmed to me tonight that among other reasons, she was "very concerned" about damaging revelations that will be coming out in several upcoming campaign books, including my own....

Recent articles in Vanity Fair, Politico and CBS News reports (from an upcoming book) accusing her of being a "rogue diva" and tying her to damaging emails about her association with the secessionist Alaska Independence Party continue to hound her. But I can't personally help but wonder if she also became aware of related allegations I make about her in my own upcoming book

While I continue to enjoy a warm relationship with my publisher and editor at FSG, I can't help but wonder if the timing of Palin's resignation is somewhat suspect. Just this very week, FSG started to send out early galleys of the book for review. I have no reason to initially suspect any of FSG's direct employees of leaking the galleys to Palin. But did someone in the media who got an advance copy somehow slip it to a Palin ally? Or maybe an outsourced subcontractor at a print shop? At this point, there's no way to be sure.
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/9/2009, 3:46 pm

Artie...don't look now, but you're talking (posting) to yourself!
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/9/2009, 4:39 pm

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Artie...don't look now, but you're talking (posting) to yourself!

Did you just Pull a Palin on me?

Pull a Palin

To avoid answering questions directly because you don't know the answer, or you don't want the person to talking to knowing the real answer, and talking about another subject you do know something about, or something to flatter or distract the other person, instead. Also resorting to speaking in talking points, folksy colloquialisms, or buzz words to avoid answering questions while trying to look like you know what you're talking about and to keep from having to give an honest or valid answer.

"I didn't do any research for my oral report on raising chickens so I pulled a Palin and started talking about how to make fried chicken."
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/10/2009, 10:10 am

This means she's automatically qualified to be the GOP nominee....

Poll: Majority Of Voters Say Sarah Palin Is Not Fit To Be President
By Eric Kleefeld - July 9, 2009, 11:31AM

A new national survey from Public Policy Polling (D) finds that the American public has a pretty solid verdict on Sarah Palin: A full majority, 55% of voters, say she is not fit to be president, compared to just 37% who say she is fit for it.

In addition, respondents were asked whether Palin's announcement that she will resign as Governor of Alaska makes them more or less likely to support her for president. Only 30% say more likely, with 57% saying less likely, and 14% not sure.
http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2009/07/poll-majority-of-voters-say-sarah-palin-is-not-fit-to-be-president.php?ref=n
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Nice to see that the bickering between Caribou Barbie and Levi Johnston is continuing Laughing
Levi Johnston, Palin Trade Barbs Over Resignation
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/10/2009, 12:35 pm

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This means she's automatically qualified to be the GOP nominee....

Poll: Majority Of Voters Say Sarah Palin Is Not Fit To Be President
By Eric Kleefeld - July 9, 2009, 11:31AM

A new national survey from Public Policy Polling (D) finds that the American public has a pretty solid verdict on Sarah Palin: A full majority, 55% of voters, say she is not fit to be president, compared to just 37% who say she is fit for it.

In addition, respondents were asked whether Palin's announcement that she will resign as Governor of Alaska makes them more or less likely to support her for president. Only 30% say more likely, with 57% saying less likely, and 14% not sure.
http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2009/07/poll-majority-of-voters-say-sarah-palin-is-not-fit-to-be-president.php?ref=n
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Nice to see that the bickering between Caribou Barbie and Levi Johnston is continuing Laughing
Levi Johnston, Palin Trade Barbs Over Resignation
Yet another worthless poll. 55% of voters vs. 37% of voters. Were they Dumbocrats or Republicans? What was the split? How many people were polled? Were they all Nobama Sheeple?

By the way Artie...Nobama lost 13% approval points in the last 2 weeks. Reason: Poor performance of the Billions spent on the Pelosi stimulus bailouts. But politicians and you people on the Socialism Plan just love what he's doing...Maybe, he should stay home.
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/10/2009, 4:30 pm

LoisLane wrote:
Artie60438 wrote:
This means she's automatically qualified to be the GOP nominee....

Poll: Majority Of Voters Say Sarah Palin Is Not Fit To Be President
By Eric Kleefeld - July 9, 2009, 11:31AM

A new national survey from Public Policy Polling (D) finds that the American public has a pretty solid verdict on Sarah Palin: A full majority, 55% of voters, say she is not fit to be president, compared to just 37% who say she is fit for it.

In addition, respondents were asked whether Palin's announcement that she will resign as Governor of Alaska makes them more or less likely to support her for president. Only 30% say more likely, with 57% saying less likely, and 14% not sure.
http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2009/07/poll-majority-of-voters-say-sarah-palin-is-not-fit-to-be-president.php?ref=n
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Nice to see that the bickering between Caribou Barbie and Levi Johnston is continuing Laughing
Levi Johnston, Palin Trade Barbs Over Resignation
Yet another worthless poll. 55% of voters vs. 37% of voters. Were they Dumbocrats or Republicans? What was the split? How many people were polled? Were they all Nobama Sheeple?

Worthless poll?

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By the way Artie...Nobama lost 13% approval points in the last 2 weeks. Reason: Poor performance of the Billions spent on the Pelosi stimulus bailouts. But politicians and you people on the Socialism Plan just love what he's doing...Maybe, he should stay home.

13 points in the last 2 weeks? :rolfcry:

National Favorable Rating:
Barack Obama



http://www.pollster.com/polls/us/fav-obama.php

I can't wait to see the next Repub approval polls,after the Palin,Sanford,and Ensign/Coburn debacles. 2 sex scandals,a quitter,and a coverup! cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/11/2009, 10:59 am

FORGETTING SARAH PALIN

Sarah Palin has deeply disappointed her enemies. People who hate her guts feel she's really let them down by resigning.

She's like the ex-girlfriend they're SO over, never want to see again, have already forgotten about -- really, it's O-ver -- but they just can't stop talking about her.

Liberal: Ha, ha ... Sarah who? She's over, she's toast, a future Trivial Pursuit answer, nothing more.

Normal person: Whatever. How about the North Korean missiles?

Liberal: Can you believe she just resigned the governorship like that? What a quitter!

Normal person: Speaking of quitting, how's work?

Liberal: Did you hear she might get a TV show? There's no way Sarah Palin's getting a TV show! No way! I can't believe stupid Sarah Palin could get her own stupid TV show now. Well, I'm sure not gonna watch it -- that's for sure!

Normal person: Have you seen all the Michael Jackson coverage on TV?

Liberal: How does she think she can run for president in 2012 if she can't finish her term as governor of a Podunk state? She's finished.

Normal person: OK, then! You won't have to vote for her.

Liberal: I was never going to vote for her! But now I'm not going to vote for her twice. And I will never watch her TV show. I am so over her.
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/12/2009, 10:26 am

Just saw Grampy McCain on Meet the Press defending the quitter. It was hilarious to say the least. I'll post the video later if I can find it.Thank goodness he lost the election.
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/12/2009, 12:19 pm

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FORGETTING SARAH PALIN

Sarah Palin has deeply disappointed her enemies...

Oh my.

You know the wingnuts are losing it & getting desperate when they start quoting right wing fringe extremists like Ann ("really, I'm not an anorexic transvestite") Coulter...LOL.
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/12/2009, 4:26 pm

Here's McCain making a complete jackass of himself today on Meet the Press.....

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GREGORY: Senator McCain, you have faced personal torture, personal attacks, political attacks, investigations. You have never resigned from anything. Is it consistent with your qualities of leadership to resign an elected post like this?

McCAIN: Sure.

GREGORY: It is consistent?

McCain said, “I know she’s qualified. … No doubt about it.” He added, “I’m confident she would make a fine president.” Gregory concluded by asking, “Knowing everything you know now, would you pick her again?” McCain unhesitatingly responded, “Absolutely.”


http://thinkprogress.org/2009/07/12/mccain-palin-selection/
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/12/2009, 5:16 pm

I still think she should run for Illinois Senator...

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Palin says she's not leaving politics

WASHINGTON - Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said she's not only staying involved in national politics, but she plans to jump back into the national scrum when she leaves office at the end of the month.

The former Republican vice presidential nominee said she plans to write a book, campaign for political candidates from coast to coast - even Democrats who share her views on limited government, national defense and energy independence - and build a right-of-center coalition.

"I will go around the country on behalf of candidates who believe in the right things, regardless of their party label or affiliation," she said during an interview published Sunday in The Washington Times.

Palin shocked critics and allies alike when she announced on July 3 that she would leave the governor's office while in the middle of her first term. The governor chose not to seek re-election and suggested it was unfair to hold onto the office as a lame duck. Instead, she will step down July 26 and pursue a national profile. She has not said whether she is building toward a presidential campaign for 2012.

http://www.newsminer.com/news/2009/jul/12/palin-says-shes-not-leaving-politics/
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/12/2009, 10:15 pm

Some Republicans who aren't drinking the kool-aid that Caribou Barbie is peddling....

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"I am of the strong opinion that, at present day, she is not ready to be the leading voice of the GOP," said Todd Harris, a party strategist who likened Palin to the hopelessly dated "Miami Vice" -- something once cool that people regard years later with puzzlement and laughter. "It's not even that she hasn't paid her dues. I personally don't think she's ready to be commander in chief."

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"I can't tell you one thing she brought to the ticket," said Stuart K. Spencer, who has been advising GOP candidates for more than 40 years. "McCain wanted to shock and surprise people, and he did -- in a bad way."

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"People at the grass roots see a charismatic personality who is popular with other people at the grass roots. But their horizon only goes so far as people who think like them," said Mike Murphy. The veteran GOP ad man eviscerated Palin -- a "political train wreck," "an awful choice" for vice president, her resignation an "astonishing self-immolation" -- in a column published Thursday in the New York Daily News.
http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-palin-gop13-2009jul13,0,3913909.story?track=rss
"Professional operatives keep their eye on a broader horizon and understand, without independents and swing voters, she can't win," Murphy said. "She's a stone-cold loser in a general election."
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/13/2009, 2:18 pm

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Palin says she's not leaving politics

WASHINGTON - Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said she's not only staying involved in national politics, but she plans to jump back into the national scrum when she leaves office at the end of the month.

The former Republican vice presidential nominee said she plans to write a book, campaign for political candidates from coast to coast - even Democrats who share her views on limited government, national defense and energy independence - and build a right-of-center coalition.

"I will go around the country on behalf of candidates who believe in the right things, regardless of their party label or affiliation," she said during an interview published Sunday in The Washington Times.
Excellent!..you go girl...& good luck with that, LOL.


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Vulnerable GOPs want Palin to stay home
By Molly K. Hooper

Republicans facing tough elections in 2010 don’t want Sarah Palin campaigning with them.

Though the soon-to-be-former Alaska governor is seen as popular with the conservative grass roots, several Republicans said she’d help them by staying home in Wasilla.

Several of these Republicans hail from districts or states carried in 2008 by President Obama, a frequent target of Palin’s criticism. Republicans must keep these districts and win others where Obama is popular if they are to gain seats next year.

GOP Rep. Lee Terry (Neb.), who squeaked out a victory despite his district’s overwhelming turnout for Obama, said he’d rather have House colleagues campaign for him than Palin.

“There’s others that I would have come in and campaign and most of them would be my colleagues in the House,” Terry said.

Rep. Frank Wolf, a Republican from Northern Virginia, which is increasingly becoming Democratic territory, offered caution when asked whether he’d welcome a Palin fundraiser.

“I don’t generally need people from outside my district to do a fundraiser,” Wolf said.

Several other lawmakers indicated a wariness about accepting help from Palin, but did not want to criticize the GOP’s vice presidential candidate from last year. They said Palin could hurt them by firing up Democrats.

An unnamed GOP lawmaker representing a district that Obama carried in 2008 told The Hill that if Palin came into his district, his opponent would “probably be doing a dance of joy.”

The head of the House Democrats’ campaign arm said he’d welcome Palin’s involvement in the 2010 campaign.

“We hope that she will be part of the future debate on the direction of the country,” said Rep. Chris Van Hollen (Md.), chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC).

Several Republicans running for statewide office over the next two years in areas where Obama is popular suggested Palin could hurt the party’s candidates.

Centrist Republican Rep. Mike Castle (Del.) said that Palin’s polarizing views, coupled with her surprise decision to resign with 18 months left in her term, would make it difficult to ask for her help.

“I think the combination of her being very conservative and the fact that what she did has concerned some of us would mean that people may be hesitant about having her in [to campaign],” said Castle, who is considering a bid for Senate in 2010.

Rep. Pete Hoekstra (R), who is running to become Michigan’s governor in 2010, said he needs a better explanation of why Palin suddenly quit her job before he’d want her campaigning with him in Michigan.

“I’ve thought about it but I don’t have an answer,” Hoekstra said. Before making a call on a Palin visit, he said, “I need a better understanding of why she quit. Why quit with a year and a half to go?”

Earlier this week, New Jersey’s state GOP chairman said that organizers “don’t have any plans” to have Palin stump on behalf of candidate Chris Christie. New Jersey, which overwhelmingly supported Obama in 2008, will elect a governor this fall, and polls show Christie in the lead.

For some House members, it could be tough to turn down Palin, who may be capable of raking in money for Republicans. Palin often drew much larger crowds in the fall of 2008 than did Sen. John McCain (Ariz.), the top of the GOP ticket.

Rep. Dave Reichert (R-Wash.), a top Democratic target who has survived two tough elections, took a tempered stance on whether he’d welcome help from Palin.

“How could I say this? I’d say that we have a list of people that we would like to invite and we’re looking at that list. We’ve made some calls to people. I think in my district you really have to look at who can help raise the most money and that’s what it’s really all about,” he said.

Senate hopeful Rep. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.), who faces a tough election in Missouri, said he wants Palin to come to his state.

“I think she would be helpful,” he said.

Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) also said he’d welcome a Palin visit.

“The answer is, if she can raise a lot of money for me, yes,” Grassley told reporters Tuesday. Grassley, who is up for reelection in 2010, said he remembers Palin having a big Iowa following during the 2008 campaign.

“[A]t three events I spent with her in Iowa during the last campaign, she had bigger turnouts than McCain had,” Grassley said.

Since the Iowa caucuses are the first test for Republican presidential candidates in 2012, a visit could also be beneficial to Palin, whom many still think could lead a future GOP ticket.
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/13/2009, 4:14 pm

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Palin says she's not leaving politics

WASHINGTON - Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said she's not only staying involved in national politics, but she plans to jump back into the national scrum when she leaves office at the end of the month.

The former Republican vice presidential nominee said she plans to write a book, campaign for political candidates from coast to coast - even Democrats who share her views on limited government, national defense and energy independence - and build a right-of-center coalition.

"I will go around the country on behalf of candidates who believe in the right things, regardless of their party label or affiliation," she said during an interview published Sunday in The Washington Times.
Excellent!..you go girl...& good luck with that, LOL.


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Vulnerable GOPs want Palin to stay home
By Molly K. Hooper

Republicans facing tough elections in 2010 don’t want Sarah Palin campaigning with them.

Edge,Sarah is the best thing to happen to the Democratic party since GW Bush. Another moron out front and center,that will make independents run for their lives.
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/13/2009, 6:46 pm

Former Reagan speechwriter,Peggy Noonan,weighs in yesterday.....

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In television interviews she was out of her depth in a shallow pool. She was limited in her ability to explain and defend her positions, and sometimes in knowing them. She couldn't say what she read because she didn't read anything. She was utterly unconcerned by all this and seemed in fact rather proud of it: It was evidence of her authenticity. She experienced criticism as both partisan and cruel because she could see no truth in any of it. She wasn't thoughtful enough to know she wasn't thoughtful enough. Her presentation up to the end has been scattered, illogical, manipulative and self-referential to the point of self-reverence. "I'm not wired that way," "I'm not a quitter," "I'm standing up for our values." I'm, I'm, I'm. In another age it might not have been terrible, but here and now it was actually rather horrifying.
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/14/2009, 7:42 am

Wow. Some Republicans do get it.
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PostSubject: Re: Wasilla Hillbilly Report   7/14/2009, 10:57 am

And some don't.
I find it stunning that seemingly intelligent Republicans like Pat Buchanan still think that Sarah Palin is qualified to be president.

It's mind-boggling.
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