Way to go Palin

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  1. LeBuick

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    Just stopped by to give Palin a big round of applause. The GOP had an easy tri-fecta tonight until she stuck her nose in the NY-23 race. Because of her, the Democrats are one vote closer to passing health reform with a strong public option...


    Way to go Palin... :applause::applause::applause:

    Too bad she didn't campaign in NJ or VA, the Dems would have gladly taken those races also...
     
  2. Revmitchell

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    Funny how much liberals hate Palin. :laugh:




    But go ahead and show us cause and effect to back up your assertion.
     
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    Perhaps he feels threatened by successful attractive women.
     
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    So what do we call that beautyism/sexism ?
     
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    Hmmm....

    So, ipso facto, did the zero's meddling, along with Biden's in the heavily blue state N.J. give it to the G.O.P. ?
     
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    LeBuick is to Palin as alatide is to Bush.

    Interesting, how much she gets under his skin.

    So, LeBuick...who's responsible for the annihilation of the Democrat governor candidate in VA and NJ?

    *crickets*
     
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    You are right about one thing: The worst legislation (except for Abortion) of the past century is more likely to be passed.
     
  8. Revmitchell

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    His post is most likely a drive by. He hasn't been around in a while and it appears very trollish.
     
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    And the Dems up for re-election in 2010 won't look at the results in NJ and VA and have even less enthusiasm for voting in favor of the health scare bill?

    Forget about the public option - your best health care plan is to go on a diet.

    There is no better health care plan than a healthy lifestyle.
     
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    Come on man!!!! Eating is one of the few things I do well.
     
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    Scozzafava is a liberal RINO.

    If she had stayed in the race, she would have lost to the independent and the democrat as well. She quit because she couldn't win.

    On top of that, if she had somehow pilled out an unlikely win, the democrats would have picked up her vote on all major issues and she would most likely have switched parties just as she indicated she would.

    That's the problem with electing RINOs.
     
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    Funny how you hate Obama.

    I'd say that not so many hate her as find her pathetic. After all she has quit every office she has held in her adult life, commission member, mayor, governor. Not a good track record for a higher office.
     
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    Wrong as usual. I do hate his marixism and his dishonesty about what he wants for this country.
     
  14. targus

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    Obama is not the topic of this thread.
     
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    More intellectual dishonesty.

    You would rather lose your voice than ever criticize The Greatest Leader Ever (that's Obama in CTB-speak).

    You refuse to criticize the messiah, even when he obviously deserves it.

    Yet, you never miss a chance to jump on the Palin-bashing bandwagon.

    What would it take for you to join the ranks of the intellectually honest, and criticize those worth criticizing?

    Never mind...You're not answering that question.
     
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    There was no difference between the Republican and the Democrat. When she saw that she was going to lose what did she do? She endorsed the Democrat. Palin helped to make the zero difference between the candidates very clear. I applude what she did. So Mr. LeBuick, what is your point?
     
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    When they actually do something that I really disagree with. I did not criticize Bush until he earned it with his stupid foreign policies. I did not criticize Palin until she earned the criticism with her sophomoric statements on foreign policy. I liked McCain as McCain and still do. I think he ran a very poor campaign and was not true to himself and it cost him the election.

    Palin has earned my sympathy by being such a pathetic figure. She has no loyality other than to herself. Her track record shows that. When the going gets touch or she sees opportunity for something she considers higher, she quits. Not what I want in a president.

    What would it take for you to criticize those who you currently defend?

    Oh, and your innuendos are meaningless as nothing backs them up. They are simply opinion, or one liners, that would be parroted back to your postings. So, stay rational please.
     
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  18. NiteShift

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    And Obama's track record was better? At least she had the honesty to resign. Obama continued to collect pay as a Senator the last two years in office while running for President. You can see where he didn't even show up to vote.

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    Not really. She doesn't fit their stereotype; pro slaughter of the unborn, pro homosexuality, pro big government, pro anything goes!

    LeBuick comes out of hibernation to make another asinine assertion or could it be "whoever" back again! Never mind they are joined at the head.
     
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    Senator Reid is apparently sending signals that there will be no bill this year. That probably means it is dead, next year being an election year!
     

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