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To: pissant
Your "pimping" potential candidates who have actually proposed amnesty legislation does not lend much credence to your supposed dismay over statements made by Republican Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin during the course of the 2008 election.

Rather, it lends the appearance that you just don't like Palin for some reason and are casting about for any old way to rationalize it, and are also touting potential candidates for 2012 who have the very same issue, but more concretely than Palin.

It's nonsensical, almost as nonsensical as your pimping "The Falcon Party." What's up with that? Who's ever heard of them, what do they espouse? Who was their 2008 Presidential nominee? Do they even have a nomination process or do they cast lots at a Holiday Inn Express?

21 posted on 01/23/2011 10:55:17 AM PST by RegulatorCountry
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To: RegulatorCountry

There are many reasons I don’t consider Palin a good choice. Amnesty is one very big one. Pence has already explained why he changed his position to that of enforcement only.

If you like politicians that not only support amnesty, but also LOST, TItle IX, TARP, carbon caps, windfall profit taxes on oil companies, DADT’s repeal, and mortgage bailouts, that’s your problem.


22 posted on 01/23/2011 11:02:40 AM PST by pissant ((Bachmann 2012 - Freepmail to get on/off PING list))
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To: RegulatorCountry

Her comments in July of 2010 pimping amnesty are more of a concern than her parroting McQueeg during the campaign.


23 posted on 01/23/2011 11:03:55 AM PST by pissant ((Bachmann 2012 - Freepmail to get on/off PING list))
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