What is Sarah Palin? Why She's A Neocon Co-optuer Of Course.

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  1. poncho

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    Yes indeed folks Sarah Palin is very busy these days working hard to help the neocons (both R and D versions) drain the energy out of and co-opt the Tea Party movement.

    Sarah Palin is a thinly disguised Trojan Horse. Her mission is to subvert the Tea Party movement and shepherd its supporters back into the big government and all-war-all-the-time Republican camp.

    Sarah Palin is a neocon. If the folks who are paying around $500 to attend the Republican love fest in Nashville cannot see this, they are about as clueless as Sarah who would be a babe lost in the woods without her Republican and neocon handlers and speech writers (and Facebook scribblers).

    Finally, it really is scary how easily the Tea Party movement was played.

    On CNN last night, one attendee to the fest in Nashville said the idea is to change the Republican party from the inside out and make it the party of the Constitution and individual liberty.

    I had to laugh. If Tea Party supporters believe this is possible, they may be interested in some oceanfront property I have for sale in Arizona.

    SOURCE

    But then the American people have proven they love Trojan horses. They elected G. Dubya on the premise he was a limited government conservative and they elected Obama because of his anti-war stance. Fooled again. Now along comes Sarah with promises of more war, more killing and more big government. Everything the Tea Party was never about.

    How can people be so stupid? And how is it they never learn the lessons of the past? Hang on folks we're about to be Neo-CONNED for the third time.

     
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  2. KenH

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    +1 :thumbs:
     
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    Aw, poncho: The GOP Establishment will wipe out Palin long before the election. There is NO WAY they are going to let this upstart take over the GOP. My guess is it will either be the Romney camp or the Gingrich camp, but we'll see (though we may never know).

    Regards,
    BiR (in St. Louis)
     
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    Sarah Palin take over the GOP? :laugh:

    All she's doing is shamelessly riding on the backs of others who started a popular grassroots movement. Plain English, she's trying to subvert the whole Tea Party movement and turn it into another corporate sponsored big government, endless wars neocon nightmare before it gains real traction and becomes a threat to the established order of things.

    I knew it was going to happen. I didn't know it would be Sarah out in front though. Tea partiers got rocks in their heads if they let themselves be herded that easily.

    What's that rattling noise?
     
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    Nah, now that she has been there, watch to see if the GOP jettisons her along with the whole movement, painting them as Conspiracy Theorists.

    It began yesterday:
    http://www.newsweek.com/id/233331
    (Article by Johnathan Kay)

    And the reaction to this article:

    http://trueslant.com/charlesjohnson...arty-movement-is-full-of-conspiracy-theories/

    She will be linked to the "kooks," and neutralized by the establishment.

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    Yep. You have accurately described the situation.
     
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    How can she subvert a movement that was a fake movement from the start? The entire Tea Party movement was an orchestrated, covert, plan by the Bildeburgers to make the American people believe that resistance was possible. The Bildeburgers wanted people to think that they were still in control of things, so they gave them the Tea Party movement. Of course, nothing will come of the movement, but this the Bildeburgers knew from the start! It's just the impression that things are possible that needed to be accomplished.

    Another plan by the Bildeburgers to control the sheep like people of America!
     
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    So how's that tin-foil hat holding up?:laugh:
     
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    She is a master of the one-liner but forgets sometimes that those one liners will come back to bite her. One-liners play well to some audiences, but in the long run they never solve problems.

    Truth seems to have little meaning, but than she is a politician.

    I am sure she is the life of any social party she attends.

    She has quit every job she has ever had.
     
  10. just-want-peace

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    CTB sez:
    "Physician, heal thyself!"

    Nuff said!!:sleep::sleep::sleep:
     
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    Sarah Palin is a joke. When she wrote a book called "Going Rogue" it was confirmation that she should not be president. She's hungry for attention, fake, has no idea what's going on, and is a quitter. If she can't handle criticism (yes I know the media has been brutal) she can't be president.

    It's sad that people are actually getting on the bandwagon. When she first popped onto the stage as McCain's running mate, I thought "this might be interesting." Sadly she is a one hit wonder. Pretty soon her line got old, it was clear she didn't have the goods, and it has nothing to do with the GOP establishment.
     
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    I would like to thank Poncho for finally starting a thread dealing with some substance.

    As much as I like to see the left in a hyper-spastic frenzy over this woman, it looks to me like she will be a continuation of the Bush-Clinton-Bush-Obama mideast meddlesome policies.

    No thanx.
     
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    Oh no, Bro. Curtis: you have misunderstood. We Liberals are dying to see Palin on the GOP ticket in 2012.

    I do agree with your assessment though.

    Hope all is well with you and yours,
    BiR (in St. Louis)
     
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    That's because liberals have no interest in what's best for the country. They will vote for whatever inexperienced elitist moron is on the ticket. The last POTUS election is a great indicator of that.

    Conservatives seem to hold their candidates to a higher standard, thank God.
     
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    Jethro Bodine is to be preferred to any liberal.
     
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    IMHO .......... ROFL

    Who is better off now than in 1990?

    The era, 1990-1998 was a disaster for most people.
     
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    And more people are way worse off now than they were in 1998.

    And many more will be even worse off a year from now.

    More unemployment, hyper-inflation, and mind numbing taxes increases are just around the corner - for everyone.
     
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    I am. Bush's tax cuts for small business have been great for me.



    I doubt that. Perhaps after 2006, when the dems took over congress, but you'll never prove to me Bush's entire eight years were as bad as the zero's first.
     
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    In what way?

    For many it is better now, most people's 401k, etc. has recovered to some extent and they are better than in 2008. If they are not they need to fire their fund managers. A year ago was the time to buy stock.

    A year from now, no one really knows. Currently the type of charting I use in following the market indicates the market will fall to about 9350. If it does you may be right as that will have broken the major bullish support line. If it bounces off that line then people will be better off than they are now.

    It is very hard to know the future. There are too many factors to make a firm prediction.

    The mind numbing tax increases are becoming necessary because of the bad economic policies of the 2000-2008 era.. After all we were running federal budget surplus in 2000, but that was quickly changed with the new administration and only became worse during their time in office.
     
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    That is good for you. Many small business have gone out of business because of the banking problems induced by the policies of the Bush administration ... and problems continue because banks are reluctant to make loans to small businesses. It does not make sense to me that they have taken this stance, but they have.

    The value of almost all homes nose dived also, something like 30% in our area. They have come back a little in our area, but still are far below 2008. Many people's homes are 'under water', this is their morgage is greater than the current value of the house.

    I would never say that everyone is worse off, but the majority of Americans are and that is sad. In any economic climate there are some who will benefit regardless of how many others are hurt.



    The policies under Bush set up the financial disaster. It was years in the making and not restricted to events after 2006. Both parties share blame in my mind as does the media for giving Bush a free ride in his early years in office.
     
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