What if Palin were POTUS?

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  1. tinytim

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    I wonder how the press would be treating her?


    From this article...

    http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=MDU4NDI5MjgxZmRjZTY4ZGFlOTA5M2U2MmY2NDA2Y2M=



     
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    Are you sure they are talking about President Sarah Palin? That stuff sounds awful familiar except the first time I read it the reporters were in an or-----ic frenzy!
     
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    It just shows how the media has gotten far off base..

    All mainstream media...
     
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    I'm working on a SS lesson from Micah, and his description of the moral state of Israel & Judah then, fits the USA like an old shoe, today.

    This free, open and objective (supposed to be anyway) press fits into the mold of "hating the good and loving the evil" very snuggly, right along with (est.) 80-90% of our leaders(?)!
     
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    Seriously...what's the facination with Palin? She's not conservative. What has she done? What are her accomplishments? I really just don't get it.
     
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    The point is, IF Palin were POTUS.. she would have been lambasted by the media for stuff that Obama gets a free pass for....

    Imagine Palin saying "Cinco de cuatro" The press would have had a Grand Ole Party... hehe... Imagine the SNL skits with her and the teleprompter...

    BUT Obama is off limits.... why?
    Because the Prince and power of the air is controling the companies that use the airwaves...
    And his prince is now being controlled by the puppetmaster.
    STay alert Christians.
     
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    Actually, SNL did make fun of Obama and his teleprompter when he and the operator got out of sync. In fact, the teleprompter criticism has reached the WH to the point that Obama himself made fun of it at the Correspondents' Association dinner.

    I think the difference is Obama knows who he is so he doesn't react to every piece of negative press while the conservatives keep their own stories on the airwaves with their objections and whining with no cheese. If they would let it die and stop playing the party of victims they will find Palin drama would last about 12 hours or one news cycle like the Obama drama does.

    It's about taking it like an adult and not attacking back at the press... Attacking the press makes news which keeps the story in the press...
     
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    The point is, IT'S GOOD WE DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT PALIN BEING POTUS! She is in over her head trying to run a state with a population less than most major cities so why would we give her more responsibilities? What, you trying to drown her or something?
     
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    Philosophically Palin makes obama look like Stalin or Marx. Her accomplishments make those of the Chicago hustler look pathetic.
     
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    Sarah Palin's accomplishments make those of the Chicago hustler, obama, look pathetic. He is not even an empty suit. He is not even a big 0 as some on this Forum indicate. It is an exaggeration to call him a little o.
     
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    OldRegular...I'm asking a serious question, what are her accomplishments?
     
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    If Palin were POTUS we'd be seeing about the same things we are seeing now seeing as how the bankers on Wall Street and transantionals run the whole show.

    POTUS is just a press secretary with the power of the pen for the elite.
     
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    Okay I read it. Bush was a decent gov in Texas way back when. Then look what happened. He sold out to the globalists and became their Trojan horse stabbing conservatives in the eye with a sharp stick. POTUS is a globalist office. Either play by their rules or you don't get in there.

    Been that way since the Trilaterals moved in with Carter.
     
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    Now I know why the children bought me that seeing-eye-dog! Thanks poncho for helping me see the truth through your eyes.
     
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    I'm beginning to think you just may be correct!
     
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    Though I disagree with you about Palin...I'd rather have marginal competence than fascism any day of the week.

    Of course, you've had it in for her since she was picked by McCain.
     
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    The libs saw the great reception the average Joe/Jane had for a politician who bucked the system, was far better looking than ANY D. female, could talk to anybody on their level, had no qualms condemning abortion flat out, and scads of other reasons, and it scares the bejeebers outta the snobs that their little grip on some of the sheeple might be broken.

    What other reason would they continue to hammer on her, other than the fear that she might become a critical presence in '10 & '12. Now whether she will or not is immaterial - they want to squash any, repeat ANY, possibility of this popular upstart actually becoming a force to contend with. They know they have nothing to effectively challenge a real conservative -- the pseudo conservative we had last go-round was no threat & they knew it, but a real conservative---well that's another tale.
    Oh, incidentally, I just may have to agree with Poncho on this - there's probably a slim to zilch chance that she will be a factor, simply because neither of the biggies want her around.

    If she hopes to accomplish squat, it'll have to be as an independent and overcome all the negative press that is in store for her.
    Should she manage to get tapped by the Rs, to me that would necessitate a harder look at what she stands for cause I would strongly suspect that some serious compromises had been made.

    It truly does seem overkill -- a brief flash of "glory" and back to oblivion -- yet the libs can't help but keep bring up something about her.

    As Steve McQueen would say as the King of Siam "It's a puzzlement!"
     
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    Do you actually believe Palin is a conservative? Think again...
     
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    Things might have been different for Palin had she attended a Bilderberg meeting or two and made her pitch for power like Hillary and Obama were alleged to have done. Remember how he stranded the press in that plane whilst he and possibly she attended some sort of "secret" meeting?

    The Bilderbergs just happened to be in town that week. Coincidence?

    Maybe but he's POTUS and Hillary is Secretary of State now while Palin is back behind her desk in Alaska. Geopolitics and world domination never really seemed to be her cup of tea anyway. So it's probably just as well for the USA that we got a pair of professional power hungry control freaks (with the right "advisers" handling them like Zbigniew Brzezinski and Henry Kissinger) to look after our affairs.
     
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