Skip to comments.(Alan) Keyes on Palin: ‘Unequally yoked’ (Barf Alert)
Posted on 09/09/2008 12:54:43 PM PDT by mnehring
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Exactly. Alan just caused some of his supporters to bolt.
He had the chance in the ball room lobby of the Sheraton and this was how the man acted and treated me. Why in the world would I want the chance again to be treated like a sub-human class?
So don’t tell me this person doesn’t exist, I experienced his attitude.
I will give you that I truly believe him to be a great orartor and a very wise/well educated individual, but not someone that I would ever vote for in any elected position.
Gosh, maybe he was preparing for a speech or an interview. He does every one of them without a note or a teleprompter you know. (Maybe the whole world doesn’t revolve around you?)
But, in any case, your description is alien to me, as someone who has seen him interact personally with many tens of thousands of people over the years, and who has never seen him do so with anything but the utmost courtesy and respect, even with those few who were unfriendlies.
Well, wasn’t that cute - “the world doesn’t revolve around you”
I can certainly tell that you believe that Alan “walks on water” and is incapable of ever doing anything wrong.
I am only telling you the experience I had with the man during a conversation. When you are standing in a group of 3 people and you ask several questions during that conversation and the person you are addressing won’t look you in the eye or include you in the conversation, - I’ve been around long enough to know that some men don’t equate women on the same plane as another man, and that’s what happened to me.
Now iffffff, you’ve had the same experience you’d know what I’m talking about, but I doubt that you are of the same sex, and have never experienced this. It happens more than anyone would think even in today’s society.
You’re kind of making my point.
and with that reply you just made mine!!! ha ha ha
I agree & like Keyes, too. He wears his faith on his sleeve, often speaking aloud things many conservatives think but are unwilling to pay the consequences of saying. McCain is for embryonic stem cell research, Palin is against it which seems to be Keyes’ main point. He believes she won’t be able to speak out against it, but I don’t suspect he’s right on that.
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