Skip to comments.Enough! Most Say They're Over Sarah Palin, Poll Shows (So we wrote yet another story about her)
Posted on 07/09/2014 1:21:48 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
More than half of the country has a message for former Republican vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin: enough.
That's the result from a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Annenberg poll in which 54 percent of voters say they've heard enough from Palin and would prefer that she be less outspoken in political debates.
That includes nearly two-thirds of Democrats, a majority of independents, and even nearly four-in-10 Republicans.
And the results come as Palin has called for President Barack Obama's impeachment.
But Palin isn't the only former politician voters wish would stay away from politics. Fifty-one percent of voters say they've heard enough from former presidential candidate Jesse Jackson; 45 percent say they've heard enough from former Vice President Dick Cheney; 43 percent say they've heard enough from former House Speaker (and presidential candidate) Newt Gingrich; 40 percent say they've heard enough from former Vice President Al Gore; and 32 percent say they've heard enough from former President Bill Clinton....
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So? Half the country feels the same way about Hussein.
She lives rent free in their minds 24/7.
Another “The End of Sarah Palin” story?
Haven’t we gotten one of these every month for the last 6 years or so?
Typical liberal media spew....
JON SCOTT, HOST: Rick, you suggested that folks on the West Coast are laughing at us East Coasters. The question is, you know, are there too many balls in the air here for journalists to cover them all? Stewart Stevens in the Daily Beast noted this: There is an entire class of journalists so invested in a certain moral and ethical image of the president that its members are unable to entertain facts that might tarnish that image.
RICHARD GRENELL: You know, I think Jim is right. It’s growing in some circles and its not growing in others. Over at NBC, you have Mark Murray, who is the senior political editor over there. He went on MSNBC to say, you know, this story is not going to last the summer.
You know, the irony about this is is that Mark Murray, NBC senior political editor, he’s married to an Obama appointee. This Obama appointee is now the chief of staff at the FAA. So when you have someone at NBC kind of dismissing the story and trying to really push it off the front pages, you now know why because he’s getting pressure at home.
Most are over Hillary too. But still...
So let me get this straight, they are SO over her, yet they continue to write and talk about her LOL dumb ass liberals
only 2/3rds of Democrats? She has a third of all democrats behind her?
Dang thats better than any other Conservative!
Run Sarah Run!
The author is married to some horse faced Obama appointee who is Chief of Staff at the FAA.
That indicates that half the country is made up of ignorant stupid people.
And what was the result of the same question concerning Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush, and others? What? Such polls were only taken for Palin?
So let’s take a poll over who should just shut up: Sarah Palin or MSNBC? I don’t think it would be very kind to the media.
Go look above you. They polled other politicians.
Today’s Gallup poll shows the Clown at a 54% disapproval rating. So where is NBC’s story about America having “enough” of the Clown?
They tried that once Some kind of moratorium on stories about her. Didn’t last a week, if I remember correctly.
NBC - Nothing But Crap.
CBS - Continual Bull S**t
ABC - Always Broadcasting Crap
They write dozens and sometimes hundreds of stories about her EVERY DAY! No one, save Mr. Obama, is written about that much in politics and government. Not Biden, Michelle, Hillary, Reid, Boehner, Pelosi, McConnell or any former president or vice president. And if you think the elites are not aware of this, youre dreaming.
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