Skip to comments.Mixed Views as Sarah Palin Leaves India
Posted on 03/20/2011 8:21:36 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Sarah Palin left India on Sunday and word on the street is that she is very smart and Id go to see her speak anywhere or she is very dumb and no one cares about Sarah Palin, according to the Youtube page of India Reloaded, here, interviewing the locals as Palin lives Asias biggest democracy.
Palin praised India for its progress and called for stronger US and India ties. She was the Saturday evening dinner keynote speaker at the India Today Conclave , a gathering of political and business leaders that took place in New Delhi Friday and Saturday.
During her address, Palin told the mostly Indian nationals in attendance that US and Indian ties run deep. They are driven by free people and free markets and not just by political summits, she said, according to India Today. She asserted that Indo-US relations were a bipartisan project that no longer depended on the occupant of the White House.
Relations between India and the US are key to our world relations, regardless of who is president, Palin said, adding, America has long been famous for (its) rags-to-riches story. Today, India too has the same story. India is no longer a struggling economy.
Palin was her also usua catch-phrasey self, with terms like more decisiveness, less dithering, and attacked the mainstream media, to a round of applause, according to people at the Conclave. Asked why her team lost the 2008 elections, she said it was because of the media, quickly clarifying that Barack Obama came better off as an agent of change.
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I would like to think that if either Palin or Michele Bachmann became president that she would govern in much the same way that Margaret Thatcher did with England.
Peace through strength.
Sounds like a lot of conservatives and RINOs were in attendance.
Of all the 300 some million Americans Sarah Palin was asked to represent the USA by this group. Speaks for itself.
Id go to see her speak anywhere
they are sputtering trying to find something anything to slant the story negative.
Hell even the Times, NYT and WAPO had to admit Gov Palin did very well....
It has nothing to do with what Indian’s think of Palin, but I could vote for her as President with no hesitation.
If she were to decide not to run, that is OK too. She might find another position that she could be more effective in. That would be OK too.
Why comment on comments?
People don’t react to Mrs. Palin based on her (statements, beliefs, expression, presentation, etc.). They react to her based on his/her political agenda.
She may be the most true political divining rod in history:
Ask someone what he/she thinks about Mrs. Palin and the answer reveals his/her entire political thinking.
YouTube has a statistics button under the video to show where most viewers are from. That itself will give a clue as to whether the comments were made by Americans or by Indians.
If the author had to look at YouTube comments to compose this article, the credibility of the piece unavoidably takes a nose-dive.
Thatcher also permanently broke the political might of the British labor unions.
Sounds like Bill and Ted took some time off from their Excellent Adventure to do contribute to this article.
Sounds like Bill and Ted took some time off from their Excellent Adventure to contribute to this article.
And of course Obama never gets “mixed” reviews anywhere. He is universally loved. Just ask the press. They cover for him and kiss his backside up and down.
Don’t apologize to Pissant. He got the well-deserved hammer.
I went to the link & read Kenneth Rapoza’s Profile!! He comes across as a goofy young liberal.
And as Obama would say: PARTY ON DUDE!
"attacked the mainstream media"Always a crowd pleaser. Turnabout's fair play too.
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