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Biden Palin Debate

Sarah Palin did better than I expected last night, but Lord forgive me, I just CANNOT stand her. I found it to be totally disrespectful when she said, “Hey, can I call you Joe?" Her "you betcha's,” and other hogwash, and eye WINKS turns my stomach. This kind of lingo and jesters just doesn't fit a 44 year old woman at all, much less a 44 year old woman running for Vic-President of the United States!

What really spooked me was when she said she that she wanted more power than Dick Cheney! I thought Republicans wanted less government!

All in all, if I hear her Soccer Mom story and McCain’s war stories one more time, I’m going to barf!!

Biden's story about losing his wife and son, and almost losing the other, shattered my heart. I saw in him, a man with a kind heart, unlike Palin and McCain.


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fourcorners
Oct. 3rd, 2008 10:01 pm (UTC)
You can't put lipstick on a pick, but if you do, you can definitely get it off later with hogwash
playgirl
Oct. 3rd, 2008 10:39 pm (UTC)
True!

p0stmdrnpr1mt1v
Oct. 3rd, 2008 10:02 pm (UTC)
I love her cynical ploy of playing up support for teachers/education and children with disabilities. is she planning to do this through her sheer motherly kindness? last I heard, you need money for programs to help people, and that means taxes for somebody. taxes for programs that I thought were supposed to brand liberals as "socialist".

anyway, I'm glad that VP part came up and that Biden pointed out the unconstitutional abuse of power. I suppose it would fit well with this:

playgirl
Oct. 3rd, 2008 10:37 pm (UTC)
DICTATOR??
"I've always aspired to be a dictator"

Did I hear wrong?1
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nawlins_penguin
Oct. 3rd, 2008 10:12 pm (UTC)
Bah. For me she only confirmed she's well-primped, smarmy, elitist snot-bag.



Experience, indeed.

Edited at 2008-10-03 10:14 pm (UTC)
playgirl
Oct. 3rd, 2008 10:41 pm (UTC)
mink
Is that mink on her fancy coat?!!
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whoa hold a sec... - daddy - Oct. 4th, 2008 05:08 am (UTC) - Expand
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ayoub
Oct. 3rd, 2008 11:45 pm (UTC)
I still think an Obama Clinton ticket would have been a shoe in...
playgirl
Oct. 4th, 2008 03:56 am (UTC)
Hillary is brilliant
Hillary is brilliant, unlike Padin who is a puppet who memorizes everything that's put under her nose, but I lost an awful lot of respect for Hillary when she asked to appear in Bill O'Reilly's peanut gallery of a show.

After listening to Biden last night, I grew to love and respect the man. I'm almost positive Obama and Biden will win this election.
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daddy
Oct. 4th, 2008 01:28 am (UTC)
I will take nothing from Joe Biden, he is a good family man, and totally dedicated to his family. I applaude that but then again, so is Sara palin. She loves her Children and husband as well. cannot you at least give her that?

As for her mannerism's She called him Joe thats his name but you did not have a problem with Obama calling Senator McCain John....

baby your one sidedness is showing... You dont remember Ronald Reagan, he spoke to the people in a voice that they understood just like SAra did. NOT in political sound bites but in ideas that they wanna hear. Its one thing to promise to do something, but she was telling the country HOW they will be done. (i.e.) NAtural gas, Oil, Nuke power Wind everything... to solve our energy problem.

She said she would do more if McCain wanted her to. Right now the Vice President basically has ONE job, according to the Constitution. As defined in Article I, Section 3. He shall preside over the Senate as President of the Senate, and only vote when there is a tie. (Biden was wrong about this in the debate) He was also wrong when he said the executive powers are outlined in Article I, the legislative are outlined in I, executive are outlined in Article II.

but getting back to Sara, She did good... give her that!!

As for McCain's statement about aspiring to be a Dictator, geeeez get real!!!!!! I want one person on here to tell me that they have not thought about what they would do if they were a dictator and could make laws at their whim. Everyone has done it and if they say they havent they are lying to themselves as well as everyone else. I have thought about it hell the first thing I would do is allow 18 year olds who are serving their country to drink a beer legally! Then I would outlaw and make it a felony for anyone to wear their pants 3 sizes too big and down below their ass! Like I said we have all thought those thoughts...
playgirl
Oct. 4th, 2008 03:18 am (UTC)
Down Syndrome baby
I believe I read somewhere that this woman went back to work, just a week after having a Down Syndrome baby. She has 5 under age children at home; one teen will soon have a baby herself. Why isn't this woman at home with her teen, and her special needs baby who needs her constant loving PERSONAL care and loving touch? Why is papa at home raising the family? It isn't like she's a single parent, who HAS to work like all single parents have to in order to feed their children? There is NO substitute for a mother. Her PRIORITIES should be in being there for her children, and NOT persuing to further her career with her "betcha's" and acting cutsey wootsey with WINKY DINKIES!

This is disgusting:

"Gov. Palin's opted to board a jet from Dallas in April while about to deliver a child. Gov. Palin, who was eight months pregnant, says she felt a few contractions shortly before she was to give a keynote speech to an energy summit of governors in Dallas. But she says she went ahead with it after her doctor in Alaska advised her to put her feet up to rest. "I was not going to miss that speech," she says.

She rushed so quickly from the podium afterwards that Texas Gov. Rick Perry nervously asked if she was about to deliver the baby then. She made it to the airport, and gave birth hours after landing in Anchorage to Trig, who is diagnosed with Down Syndrome. "Maybe they shouldn't have let me fly, but I wasn't showing much so they didn't know," she says."


P-L-E-A-S-E my darling Daddy, don't make this odious woman to be something special, because she is NOTt! This woman didn't give a DAMN about her unborn baby's safety. NO mother would have taken the chance of boarding a plane when she's 8 months pregnant, with a busted waterbag!! NO MOTHER!

I have 4 baby kittens right now, and I've shown more concern for their little lives than this woman showed for her unborn baby!! I, a gal without a penny to piss on, missed going to work today, so I could make sure I feed those little kittens every 2 hours their milk!

As for McCain's dictator comment; I really believe it was a Freudian slip!

Edited at 2008-10-04 03:23 am (UTC)
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spiritualmonkey
Oct. 4th, 2008 01:33 am (UTC)
"Evita" Palin, muse of the coming police state.:
Please understand what you are looking at when you look at Sarah "Evita" Palin. You are looking at the designated muse of the coming American police state.

You have to understand how things work in a closing society in order to understand "Palin Power." A gang or cabal seizes power, usually with an affable, weak figurehead at the fore. Then they will hold elections -- but they will make sure that the election will be corrupted and that the next affable, weak figurehead is entirely in their control. Remember, Russia has Presidents; Russia holds elections. Dictators and gangs of thugs all over the world hold elections. It means nothing. When a cabal has seized power you can have elections and even presidents, but you don't have freedom...

Scharansky divided nations into "fear societies" and "free societies." Make no mistake: Sarah "Evita" Palin is Rove and Cheney's cosmetic rebranding of their fascist push: she will help to establish a true and irreversible "fear society" in this once free once proud nation.


Edited at 2008-10-04 01:33 am (UTC)
daddy
Oct. 4th, 2008 01:42 am (UTC)
Ya'll are scared to death of her because she can do what she says she can do... She has proved it in Alaska.

She knows how to talk to the people, and that is something that the Democrats and many many Republicans cannot do! Not since Reagan has someone been able to communicate as eloquently.
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dishonorable? Troopergate? - playgirl - Oct. 4th, 2008 03:45 am (UTC) - Expand
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uglyface2
Oct. 4th, 2008 04:54 am (UTC)
HALO. EFFECT.

You hate one side's stories enough to want to vomit, but comparable anecdotes by the other side leaves you bawling and wanting more. Don't you see? You're practically the poster child for that Wikipedia article.
playgirl
Oct. 4th, 2008 11:58 pm (UTC)
following experiments which showed that social pressure can make a person say something that is OBVIOUSLY INCORRECT.

Aha! I think you're trying to tell me something! :o)
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nishar
Oct. 4th, 2008 12:51 pm (UTC)
She is a very average woman. She has no business running for vice president. Especially with McCain probably going to die of natural causes well before his four year term would be up.
playgirl
Oct. 5th, 2008 12:00 am (UTC)
Yes, she's an average woman who is good at memorizing scrips!
tigron_x
Oct. 4th, 2008 09:31 pm (UTC)
I think Biden showed to be stronger. However, Palin had some very nice rebuttles and held her own, but no so much so to show that she can be President. The overall debate was boring to watch.

One thing though, on a side note, I can't believe Biden made the comment, "climate change is clearly man made." Not even scientist are for certain on this.

playgirl
Oct. 5th, 2008 12:21 am (UTC)
"Say it ain't so, Joe,"
Of course she held her own, since everything that came out of her mouth had been rehearsed over and over again, and of course it was a boring debate, since Palin said from the very beginning that she was not going to "answering the questions the way the moderator would like." Wow, she hasn't even been elected Vice-President, and here she's DICTATING what, how, and to who she'll answer questions! As for saying, "Say it ain't so, Joe," when she did, I beg you to explain why she said that, when that little memorized phrase had NOTHING to do with what was being said at that precise moment! Tig, this woman has gotten as far as she has, because people let her get away with all her little tricks, but I'm positive the American people WILL NOT!

The moderator should not have permitted her get away with that, and should have challenged her over and over again, until she answered the question she was asked.
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