Skip to comments.Cal’s Surprising Suggestion: ‘I Wish The Palins Would Leave The Stage For Awhile’
Posted on 02/21/2009 5:01:15 PM PST by governsleastgovernsbest
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Lots of wisdom here. She should just issue the occaisional press release about stuff in Alaska for awhile. And spend more time educating her daughter.
Well, you know how cult members are.
Agree one thousand percent. I will not be judging her by her daughter’s disrespectful behaviour.
As for McCain’s daughter. All that fame and fawning by the msm has given her delusions of importance.
She has a right to her opinion but she is not speaking from experience or intellect.
During the interview, Sarah herself said abstinence was naive. How about we focus our debate on her response rather than bashing a clueless teenager?
Cal, it’s a free country. If you, or anybody else in the media, doesn’t want to write or talk about the Palins, just stop. Just do it. Spare me the whole “I wish I knew how to quit her” act. I’ve heard it since the inauguration, since the election, in some cases since the nomination. I don’t believe it anymore.
I sympathize with Cal. They are beginning to remind me of the Clintons. She lost. It’s over. Go back to being governor.
A reminder about the conservative truth regarding children born out of wedlock. It is a shameful and amoral thing to do:
January 13, 2009
Reducing Poverty by Revitalizing Marriage in Low-Income Communities: A Memo to President-elect Obama
by Robert E. Rector
Special Report #45
President-elect Obama, the collapse of marriage is the most important social problem facing the nation. When the War on Poverty began in the 1960s, 7 percent of U.S. children were born outside of marriage. Today, the number is 38 percent. Among blacks, it is 69 percent. You are in a unique position to reverse this alarming trend.
The decline of marriage is a major cause of child poverty. Roughly two-thirds of poor children live in single-parent homes. Marital collapse is also a major contributor to welfare dependence: Each year, government spends over $250 billion for means-tested welfare benefits for single parents.
When compared to similar children raised by two married biological parents, children raised in single-parent homes are more likely to fail in school, abuse drugs or alcohol, commit crimes, become pregnant as teens, and suffer from emotional and behavioral problems. Such children are also more likely to end up on welfare or in jails when they become adults. (snip)
Inside the Beltway “conservative” noise. That’s all it is. Drinking water from the Potomac eventually gets them. All of them...
How exactly do they remind you of the Clintons ? I’m quite curious.
It's called free speech. We will be losing that freedom soon enough under the now Adm.
this comes to mind... I may not agree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it. ...
I want her to stay on the stage...
..Sarah, and a few others, give me hope!
Simple... The Clintons won’t go away. Palin won’t go away. The election is over. She lost. If she wants to run again in 2012, that’s one thing, but I don’t want to hear about her latest exploits every day for the next 4 years. You’d think that she’d realize that it’s not a good strategy, too, but apparently not.
Good find! Surprising what turns up in search!
Thanks for the links, Diogenesis. Fascinating.
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