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    What man or mouse with a fully functioning human brain and a résumé as thin as Palin’s would flirt with a presidential run? It makes the political biography of Barack Obama look more like Winston Churchill’s, despite the fact that the 44th president breezed into the Oval Office as little more than a glorified state senator.



    Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories...#ixzz16nbPsv3h
    an interesting comparison to Reagan and the Bushes... and the further faultline between the grand old party and those idiot redneck tea drinkers... lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2T
    an interesting comparison to Reagan and the Bushes... and the further faultline between the grand old party and those idiot redneck tea drinkers... lol
    This explosion between the Palinites and the Republican Party is going to be much big fun to watch.
    "The two parties have combined against us to nullify our power by a ‘gentleman's agreement' of non-recognition, no matter how we vote ... May God write us down as asses if ever again we are found putting our trust in either the Republican or the Democratic Parties." -- W.E.B. DuBois (1922)

    "No people can be both ignorant and free. If we are to guard against ignorance and remain free, it is the responsibility of every American to be informed." -- Thomas Jefferson (1816)

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    Republicans have a problem. The most-talked-about figure in the GOP is a reality show star who cannot be elected. And yet the same leaders who fret that Sarah Palin could devastate their party in 2012 are too scared to say in public what they all complain about in private.

    Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories...#ixzz16sHKCckD
    Good example of this on Hardball with Chris Matthews yesterday. All these GOP political pundits (and "advisers") were on - and even though they were snickering and trying not to show what was obvious (that they were between an impossible rock and hard place) not one of them would say that Palin wasn't qualified to be Commander in Chief when directly asked - and yet it was CLEAR they all felt the entire premise was absurd.

    Did I just write the longest ungrammatical sentence in the history of western civilization?


    The Tea Party loves America. The problem is it's an Ike Turner kind of love.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tristanrobin
    Good example of this on Hardball with Chris Matthews yesterday. All these GOP political pundits (and "advisers") were on - and even though they were snickering and trying not to show what was obvious (that they were between an impossible rock and hard place) not one of them would say that Palin wasn't qualified to be Commander in Chief when directly asked - and yet it was CLEAR they all felt the entire premise was absurd.

    Did I just write the longest ungrammatical sentence in the history of western civilization?
    They dont want to blaspheme against their deity Reagan....... One of his rules is to never criticize a Republican..... Even though he wouldnt be accepted in the current Republican Party.

    Thats one reason Im glad Im a Democrat.... we criticize those that we support.
    To those who cling to power through corruption and deceit and the silencing of dissent, know that you are on the wrong side of history, but that we will extend a hand if you are willing to unclench your fist.
    ~President Barack Obama

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    Quote Originally Posted by tristanrobin
    Good example of this on Hardball with Chris Matthews yesterday. All these GOP political pundits (and "advisers") were on - and even though they were snickering and trying not to show what was obvious (that they were between an impossible rock and hard place) not one of them would say that Palin wasn't qualified to be Commander in Chief when directly asked - and yet it was CLEAR they all felt the entire premise was absurd.

    Did I just write the longest ungrammatical sentence in the history of western civilization?
    No, it might seem like it because Palin isn't posting here.

    you're cool.



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