Skip to comments.Prediction: No Inside The Beltway Advisor Will Support Palin As Ad Hominen Continue
Posted on 02/04/2011 11:04:17 AM PST by USSR Didnt Fall
I am getting sick and tired of people making and posting all these shallow ad hominem attacks on Sarah Palin.
She threatens business as usual in Washington, period.
The next time some so called"expert" in the media, ex Bush, ex Mccain establishment types attack someone like Palin , ask the question what part of her policy stances are they criticizing?
The answer will always be the same NONE.
Reason being, they know she sides with the American people on the major issues and if they were to be honest about why they come on these shows and write what they do, it would work only to embolden her chances of winning in 2012.
Keep the personal attacks coming Bush and Mccain folks, we see right through the fact you care very little about this countries future.
It's all about gorging yourselves at the trough of tax payer money, before the big government policies you have championed all these years collapse our system for good.
Right, because it’s not about truth or merit, in these days
So they demonize, insult, ‘create’ a ‘perception’...
IMO at this point any Republican attacking Palin is demonstrating they value their position in the party over their country.
What is a real shame is that the inside the beltway Republicans trash her more then the Dems do..you would think Republicans would come together and go after the REAL enemy of America, the Democrats, who want to destroy this country but NO, all they do is trash Sarah Palin..if she wants to run, she can run if she wants to, free damn country(At least for the time being) its Republicans like those elitist pricks that show me that many in the GOP are the same as the Democrat party, different name, same crap
Wow must be a slow in the basement blogger day, suddenly stories from all kinds of people coming out against Palin today.....
Well that way they can be run all weekend, and why?
This might have something to do with it.
just how truly horrible today’s employment data was, comes from a little observed data metric: that showing the number of people who are not in the labor force, but who want a job now. The number just hit 6,643K, a jump of 431K from December, and the highest number in history. These are people that would send the unemployment rate to about 12.8% if they were in the labor force (and, as indicated, looking for a job). Nothing else needs to be said.
It’s all about the perception of her that they create. Not what the facts about her are.
When everyone is all abuzz, insulted, outraged at what they are saying about Palin, they aren’t talking about the truth of Obama’s failures...
No one ever said Palin was a saint, but she is good people.
If she represents a threat to the establishment in Washington that is excellent.
We either reign in this government and put it back on the path to small government and big liberty or it is all going to end for us sooner rather than later. Hard lefties have been driving the agenda for decades, it’s going to take more decades of the hard right to fix things.
In the end, all this does is solidifies her “outsider” status. I highly doubt she’s looking to any of the Beltway crowd for advice anyway.
>>There are two ways to deal with Palin - you can see her conservatism and raise her, or you can take cheap shots. <<
Or, you can analyze her strengths and weaknesses and come to a conclusion on her viability as a candidate.
Well, just so. When Palin became governor of Alaska, a lot of Republicans in the Corrupt Bastards Club ended up in jail.
As it happens, the FBI was already after them, and it might have happened anyway. But it didn’t help them that Palin threw them out of office and refused to cover up for them.
Palin was willing to work with insiders who proved to be willing to change their ways and work with her. But she was not willing to shovel pork and bribes around. That’s what they hate about her.
When I see Republicans trashing her, its really sad to see..of course Palin is no saint..no one is perfect..but to see the kind of hated for her from her OWN party is disgusting. The GOP won’t let her even run, bank on it..and just to show how impartial I am, they won’t allow Michele Bachmann to run either. If ANYONE thinks these same goons who trash Sarah Palin are going to let Bachmann win, well, keep on living in that delusional world..the GOP wants Romney to be the nominee, plain and simple..they see him as a “Centrist” ya know, basically the White Obama, who won’t get trashed by the media as much since the media loves Obamacare, they will love Romneycare..with Huckabee, yeah the media might be kissing his butt now, but if he ever got the nomination, they would bring up every damn thing he ever did
How can Sarah Palin be stopped from running? Winning...that’s up to a number of factors, but nobody can stop her or Bachmann from running.
Out of what we have running right now, my vote would be for Palin. I know there will be many more to get in, but I will listen carefully and make up my mind then. All I can say is she is so much better than what we have now it hurts. The beauty of the Constitution was that farmers and business types could run the country if they didn't try to run everything, like how much salt I need or what car to drive. I trust Sarah to know what makes business thrive and what the limit is for Federal government. I also think she is smart enough to know that commies= bad, and ragheads= death. How much more do you need to know about foreign policy? Our bunch right now thinks ragheads worship a real god and commies are just like anyone else. I knew more than that in the 6th grade.
Simple, by doing what they are doing..going on TV, saying she has NO chance in hell of winning..basically saying “Hey no one in the GOP is going to support you so don’t bother running” making both feel really small, like they don’t have anyone in their own party defending them. Both know they will have to deal with the leftist press out to destroy them, but when they don’t have the backing of their own party, yeah that has to hurt a lot. Not sure if Michele Bachmann is running, it looks that way but who knows for sure, but I doubt these same GOP elitist Obama lovers will allow her the opportunity to win
Its like building the foundation of a house on sand; eventually it will collapse.
I am not going to sit here and listen to these socialist hacks in the Republican party rip into a patriot, it may work for you but not for me.
The time is now to stand with people who stand with the American people.
This back and forth Obama vs Bush thing is a joke, they are both big government socialists, one worse then the other.
Our side refuses to admit it and wonder why they are so outspoken about a house mom from Wasilla who speaks about shrinking government, not a Marxist in the oval office who wants to transform our whole society.
Spend some time to think about that...
If every once in a while one of these insiders came to a different conclusion, you might have a point.
Could it be her 'strengths and weaknesses' aren't the only considerations in these incessant articles?
For the life of me, I just don’t see what Sarah Palin has done to demand such treatment?
She’s not perfect, I don’t expect her to be. Why are they so afraid of her? What is it about her that has absolutely got otherwise normal people so wound up? I just don’t see it.
Maybe she’s not the smartest from the best-est school. It is beyond crystal clear that anyone who has gone to Harvard, Yale, Columbia, or Princeton is completely unqualified for executive elective office. The graduates of these schools have gotten us into this mess, they are certainly not going to get us out of it.
That needs to be the tack we need to take on anyone on the left who has ever been enrolled in these ivy-league towers of colossal idiocy. Harvard law, Princeton law, and all of Columbia needs to be shut down ASAP.
it’s the REAL change they are all afraid of.......
DC is a company town. Outsiders threaten their very livelihoods. They bring in their own staffs, rely on different pundits or rely on them not at all.
Plus a loose cannon like Palin might just mean what they say about reforming DC's beloved bureaucracy, heaven forbid.
It naive to think that's not at play here.
The Republican nominee for 2012 had damned well better NOT be Romney. If it is, we can kiss this country goodbye via another four years of the Obamanation that we’re now enduring.
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