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HarperCollins reveals cover for new Palin book
AP/Miami Herald ^ | July 29, 2010

Posted on 07/29/2010 11:55:57 AM PDT by Al B.

NEW YORK -- The cover photo for Sarah Palin's new book is a portrait in red, white, blue and gray.


(Excerpt) Read more at miamiherald.com ...


TOPICS: Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: obama; palin; sarahpalin
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To: b9

But the alliteration of the F’s is what makes the sub-title “sing.”


101 posted on 07/29/2010 1:13:25 PM PDT by carton253 (Ask me about The Stainless Banner - a free e-zine dedicated to the armies of the Confederacy.)
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To: Al B.
Fisrt anti-Palin post at #5. This ties a record previously set, but the snarkiness of the comment negates the position. Lack of original anti-Palin material and pedestrian posting. No points awarded.
102 posted on 07/29/2010 1:15:43 PM PDT by alarm rider (The left will always tell you who they fear the most. What are they telling you now?)
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To: allmendream

It has to do with the graphics, the font, and the space allowed. And it’s not 3 letters, it is 5 letters because you have to count the spaces. The “the” probably would require a change of font to fit on the page and would throw the graphic compostition off. In any case, it does not sound “wrong” to anyone accustomed to news and headline style. The is frequently dropped in cases like this.


103 posted on 07/29/2010 1:16:25 PM PDT by afraidfortherepublic (Southeast Wisconsin)
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To: ScottinVA

Didn’t take long, did it?


104 posted on 07/29/2010 1:17:01 PM PDT by SuziQ
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To: Erik Latranyi
I agree 100% with....ME! And that is the ONLY person I will ever agree with 100%.

Heck I don't even agree 100% with me (in fact there are times when I suspect I'm out to get myself). But on the topic at hand Gov Palin does things, especially backing McCain, that PO a lot of people. But she is attacking the dems and making a difference. Huck and Romney are coasting. Not jumping on an issue until it is obvious which way it is going. And as for Newt, all i can say is Scozzafava. However bad Palins endorsement of McCain is, that was far worse.

During the civil war members of Lincoln's cabinet criticized General Grant. They recited a long list of his deficiencies to the president and asked him to remove Grant from command. Lincoln's response was "The man fights, I cannot spare him". Today we are in a battle for the very survival of the nation. Sarah Palin fights, we cannot spare her.
105 posted on 07/29/2010 1:18:02 PM PDT by GonzoGOP (There are millions of paranoid people in the world and they are all out to get me.)
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To: carton253; allmendream
Besides, it sounds more lyrical this way ~

"Reflections on Family, Faith, and Flag"

106 posted on 07/29/2010 1:18:10 PM PDT by b9 (P rinciple A uthenticity L eadership I ntegrity N ational pride)
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To: b9
Doesn't have a preceding verb that disagrees with the noun.

“Reflections on Faith, Family and Flag” reduces to “Reflections on Flag” and that is not correct.

But as I already said, I defer to her EXPERT judgment. She has the ‘common touch’ and a gift for coining or turning a phrase with the English language that most politicians would sell their firstborn for.

107 posted on 07/29/2010 1:18:22 PM PDT by allmendream (Income is EARNED not distributed. So how could it be re-distributed?)
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To: carton253
But the alliteration of the F’s is what makes the sub-title “sing.”

Absolutely!

108 posted on 07/29/2010 1:19:58 PM PDT by b9 (P rinciple A uthenticity L eadership I ntegrity N ational pride)
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To: allmendream
You're a grammar nerd. I lover grammar nerds. I love anyone who knows the grammar rules. I write novels and struggle so much with the minutiae of the language.
109 posted on 07/29/2010 1:23:27 PM PDT by carton253 (Ask me about The Stainless Banner - a free e-zine dedicated to the armies of the Confederacy.)
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To: GonzoGOP

“The man fights, I cannot spare him”.

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One of the great quotes in American history.

Nicely done, in astutely, associating it with the battler, Sarah Palin. Good post.

Coincidentally, I’m currently reading Grant’s superb autobiography. Another intelligent, highly capable man dismissed as being stupid and ignorant by the effete, feckless, unaccomplished intelligentsia.


110 posted on 07/29/2010 1:23:39 PM PDT by EyeGuy
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To: EyeGuy

Grant’s autobiography is superb. His orders were always clear and concise and shows his command over the language.


111 posted on 07/29/2010 1:25:06 PM PDT by carton253 (Ask me about The Stainless Banner - a free e-zine dedicated to the armies of the Confederacy.)
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To: carton253
Cool. I write a bit of historic fiction/novels also. Just for fun.

My general rule is “does it sound right?”

Sometimes you can read it and it ‘looks’ OK, but you read it aloud and it just doesn't sound right.

112 posted on 07/29/2010 1:25:17 PM PDT by allmendream (Income is EARNED not distributed. So how could it be re-distributed?)
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To: GonzoGOP
Today we are in a battle for the very survival of the nation. Sarah Palin fights, we cannot spare her.

I could not agree more with you.

These "purists" would have done the same to Reagan as they do to Palin.

Funny, how none of their "perfect" candidates (when you can get them to choose one) never makes it very far politcally.

113 posted on 07/29/2010 1:26:11 PM PDT by Erik Latranyi (Too many conservatives urge retreat when the war of politics doesn't go their way.)
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To: Al B.

I think it’s a great cover: she looks relaxed, happy, confident and unbowed by the slings and arrows the media and liberals have been thrust at her. That expression is not far from Margaret Thatcher’s. This woman is an American success story and we should be proud of her. It really doesn’t matter what she chooses to do in the future; she’s a quintessential American.


114 posted on 07/29/2010 1:26:42 PM PDT by Melian ( God is even kinder than you think. ~St. Teresa)
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To: allmendream
That's exactly what I go by. I read my manuscripts outloud. I have a definite rhythm to my writing. I can hear it and tell it's not correct.

I write alternate history. Change one event in history and go from there.

I actually got published. Surprise! Surprise!

If I can get published, I bet you can do.

115 posted on 07/29/2010 1:29:11 PM PDT by carton253 (Ask me about The Stainless Banner - a free e-zine dedicated to the armies of the Confederacy.)
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To: stockpirate

116 posted on 07/29/2010 1:30:39 PM PDT by kanawa (Obama - "It's going to take a while for us to dig ourselves out of this hole.'')
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To: carton253; allmendream
You're a grammar nerd. I lover grammar nerds. I love anyone who knows the grammar rules.

Amen!

117 posted on 07/29/2010 1:30:58 PM PDT by b9 (P rinciple A uthenticity L eadership I ntegrity N ational pride)
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To: Al B.

So this is interesting. The other side, be it Romney-Gingrich or Obama-Clinton knows that FR is ground zero for Palin support. So the attacks are immediate when any Palin thread is posted.

Me thinks someone is getting paid here, but WDIK?


118 posted on 07/29/2010 1:31:20 PM PDT by cicero2k
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To: Jack Black

When I see William Kristol supporting Palin, and being her “briefer” for VP I think two things. 1) Not again! and 2) I want a candidate who doesn’t need a briefer.


In the 2008 race, Palin was #2 on the ticket. She had to follow the direction of the campaign. You can’t have a VP candidate opposing the position of the top of the ticket or refusing to be briefed.

All candidates have briefers and advisors. The whole concept of “Going Rogue” was about getting around the McCain advisors. As she mounts a run at the White House, you will see a candidate who takes charge of their own campaign.

As far as having a thought-out philosophy, she has stated her positions in many speeches, Facebook postings on various subjects, and in her book, but you will not see them on the news. They will just call her a radical ultra-conservative and talk about her family. What is Romney’s thought-out philosophy or Newt’s? Whatever they are seem less consistent than Palin’s.

There’s no need to jump on anyone’s bandwagon this early, but in Palin’s case, that bandwagon is already gaining speed.


119 posted on 07/29/2010 1:32:56 PM PDT by excopconservative
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To: GregB

Hey Greg...here is the cover of the new Gov. Palin book!!!


120 posted on 07/29/2010 1:34:46 PM PDT by PennsylvaniaMom ( (((((((((((((((((((PALIN/BACHMANN 2012))))))))))))))))))))
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To: carton253
Well have to finish it before I worry about getting it published.

My book is about the historic/legendary migration of the Aesir and Vanir from the Black Sea to Scandinavia in the first century B.C.. Odin, Thor, Frey and Freya and all that; but as people - not gods; but people so extraordinary that their contemporaries, friend and foe alike, acknowledged their power - and their descendants called upon them as gods.

Lots of fun. Got the idea from reading Snorri Sturlasson.

121 posted on 07/29/2010 1:38:26 PM PDT by allmendream (Income is EARNED not distributed. So how could it be re-distributed?)
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To: EyeGuy; GonzoGOP

If my memory from CW reading serves, there were many that were convinced Grant had been drinking heavily during various points during the Vicksburg campaign.

As great of a general as he was, his Presidency probably wasn’t, as the Credit Mobilier scandal may have indicated.


122 posted on 07/29/2010 1:40:28 PM PDT by GOP_Raider (Please consider the logging and timber industries when printing this tagline)
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To: cicero2k
So this is interesting. The other side, be it Romney-Gingrich or Obama-Clinton knows that FR is ground zero for Palin support. So the attacks are immediate when any Palin thread is posted.

Me thinks someone is getting paid here, but WDIK?

BINGO! The $64,000 question!

123 posted on 07/29/2010 1:40:31 PM PDT by b9 (P rinciple A uthenticity L eadership I ntegrity N ational pride)
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To: allmendream
Excellent idea. I wrote a trilogy. Stonewall Jackson survives Chancellorsville. Volume 2 comes out Thanksgiving.

So, finish your book. I may want to read it.

124 posted on 07/29/2010 1:42:23 PM PDT by carton253 (Ask me about The Stainless Banner - a free e-zine dedicated to the armies of the Confederacy.)
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To: Jack Black

Jack — I understand where you’re coming from. I do appreciate Sarah, though I am not a “Palinista,” as some here have called me. I just don’t LIKE the knee-jerk Palin-bashers. You DON’T seem to be one. You’re concerns are understandable. I share most of them. Oh — I wouldn’t call myself a “Palin lover” either. Um, that would just be wrong.... :-)

You mentioned Bill Kristol as Sarah’s briefer — which was probably true during the campaign — but he HATES her now. Probably with good reason. Her Conservative instincts (in my view) PROBABLY tend to conflict with the generally STUPID inside-the-beltway pseudo-conservative bilge Kristol is so infamous for.

BTW — I hate the yerm “neo-conservative,” because so often it can simply be narrowly defined as either “Jew” or “Jew-lover.” I find THAT rather offensive (though I don’t believe you meant it that way at all). I am not a “neo-conservative,” though I am a supporter of Israel, and of Sarah Palin.

Thanks for being a THINKING critic of Sarah, Jack! At least some Discussion can follow!


125 posted on 07/29/2010 1:43:06 PM PDT by patriot preacher (To be a good American Citizen and a Christian IS NOT a contradiction. (www.mygration.blogspot.com))
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To: Jack Black
When I see William Kristol supporting Palin, and being her “briefer” for VP I think two things. 1) Not again! and 2) I want a candidate who doesn’t need a briefer.

Candidates need a briefer, just not a handler. A briefer keeps the candidate up on current news and does some basic analysis beyond the headlines so the candidate doesn't make an off the cuff statement that gets them in trouble.

For example earlier today there was a thread that stated that Charlie Rangle had gotten a deal from the ethics committee. I read the headline and the excerpt and wrote a post slamming the weak spined GOP for cutting a deal with the slime. But it turned out that the Fox News headline and excerpt didn't mention that it was only a sub committee and that the deal had not been accepted. I looked like and ass, but since I'm just a message board warrior it doesn't matter. A candidate can't make that kind of mistake and a briefer is there to prevent it.

A handler tells the candidate exactly what to say and wrights scripts for them to read. That is what we don't want.
126 posted on 07/29/2010 1:45:06 PM PDT by GonzoGOP (There are millions of paranoid people in the world and they are all out to get me.)
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To: ansel12
Yet you are the guy pushing the rino, Tim Pawlenty.

I'm not pushing Pawlenty. I did point out that he seems to be taking steps to make a serious run, has a decent web site up, and is making some policy positions public.

I am pointing out that I want to see more details on all these

Pawlenty was elected in 2002 on a platform of balancing the state's budget without raising taxes. He emphasized his campaign and first term with the Taxpayers League of Minnesota slogan "no new taxes."[46] During his first year as governor, Pawlenty balanced a deficit of $4.3 billion without raising taxes, primarily by reducing the rate of funding increases for state services, including funding for transportation, social services, and welfare. During his second term, Pawlenty erased a $2.7 billion deficit by cutting spending, shifting payments and using one-time money[47] and the state department of Management and Budget estimates that the two-year budget beginning July 2011 is $4.4 billion short.[47]

The local government aid (LGA) program was further reduced to city governments only and program reform dollars were eliminated.[48] In 2004, Attorney General Mike Hatch voiced dissent over the cuts and suggested that sex offenders found in some Minnesota nursing homes were the result of budget cuts to social services programs.[49] Later in his first term, disagreement among parties led to a government shutdown in 2005 from a deadlock between the governor's office and the split-party legislature on the state budget. Transportation, state parks, and other key infrastructures were threatened with the shutdown, dampening the tourism industry. In 2006, the State announced its financial health had improved with a more than $2 billion budget surplus over the next three years.[50] The Finance Commissioner cautioned the forecast does not include inflation, as $2 billion in 2006 dollars would only yield $1.9 billion in purchasing power in 2009 dollars.[51]

So, he's been dealing with a situation like we have on the national level. Too much spending. And he's refused to raise taxes, and he's faced all the normal Dem tricks, shutting down parks and laying off police, and surived it intact.

Bush never showed that level of commitment to fiscal conservatism. He put up no fight, signed budgets that produced big deficits in every year of his administration.

Palin did cut wasteful spending, but Alaska has huge revenues from the oil industry and stll gets large infusions of Federal dollars.

So she hasn't demonstrated (that I am aware of) that she has the skills to force big cuts.

Is he a RINO? Maybe. Right now I think the charge is a bit premature, based on a few quotes of unknown context. Just like condemming Palin for the McCain endorsement, the lack of clarity on Immigration, and a few bobbled interviews isn't enough reason to say she's not potentially our best bet.

127 posted on 07/29/2010 1:45:32 PM PDT by Jack Black ( Whatever is left of American patriotism is now identical with counter-revolution.)
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To: carton253

“There is Jackson standing like a stone wall. Let us determine to die here, and we will conquer. Rally behind the Virginians!”

Used to walk the dog every weekend at Manassas battlefield, rain snow sleet or freezing rain!


128 posted on 07/29/2010 1:48:43 PM PDT by allmendream (Income is EARNED not distributed. So how could it be re-distributed?)
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To: GOP_Raider
As great of a general as he was, his Presidency probably wasn’t, as the Credit Mobilier scandal may have indicated.

Same management style, different lieutenants. Grant came up with a plan, told his subordinates what needed to be done and let them go about doing it. That worked great with men like Sherman, Sheridan and Thomas. When he got among the political class, and away from soldiers and men of honor, giving his subordinates freedom of action wasn't as good an idea.
129 posted on 07/29/2010 1:49:42 PM PDT by GonzoGOP (There are millions of paranoid people in the world and they are all out to get me.)
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To: Chunga
Thanks for the clarification!

7 post-pubescent anti-war nerds and 1 self-aggrandizing gasbag

And let's not omit the woman hater who thinks women shouldn't have the right to vote let alone think of becoming president...or is that the gasbag? LOL

130 posted on 07/29/2010 1:51:29 PM PDT by CAluvdubya (WASS!)
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To: allmendream

I was finally able to visit Manassas this April. I love the statute on Henry House Hill. It was stunning.


131 posted on 07/29/2010 1:52:43 PM PDT by carton253 (Ask me about The Stainless Banner - a free e-zine dedicated to the armies of the Confederacy.)
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To: allmendream

Or statue on Henry House Hill. LOL!


132 posted on 07/29/2010 1:53:23 PM PDT by carton253 (Ask me about The Stainless Banner - a free e-zine dedicated to the armies of the Confederacy.)
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To: patriot preacher
Thanks for the fair comments. You said:

BTW — I hate the yerm “neo-conservative,” because so often it can simply be narrowly defined as either “Jew” or “Jew-lover.” I find THAT rather offensive (though I don’t believe you meant it that way at all). I am not a “neo-conservative,” though I am a supporter of Israel, and of Sarah Palin.

I know that's a problem. I wrote a little response on my understanding of the term, including the Jewish connection, on this other thread.

I agree that it's unfortunate that it's become a code-word. Maybe I'll start saying "Weekly Standard Crowd" -instead.

I've seen Kristol being the person standing up for Palin since the election on Special Report a few times recently. I don't think he hates her at all. I've never seen him dig into her.

133 posted on 07/29/2010 1:53:59 PM PDT by Jack Black ( Whatever is left of American patriotism is now identical with counter-revolution.)
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To: GonzoGOP
A handler tells the candidate exactly what to say and wrights scripts for them to read.

My impression, and perhaps I've drunk some tard-aid, was that he was giving her a crash course in all the things she new nothing about. Pretty much all international relations, for instance.

And actually, if I had to pick the person to do such a job he might be on my list. Imagine who tutored Obama!!

By the way, one of the lessons of Obama, for me, is that experience really does matter a lot. Obama just plain doesn't have any executive experience. Doesn't understand international relations, doesn't understand how the Congres works. And thus is unable to do things. (look at the mess he made of healthcare) .

I'd like a Republican POTUS who is an experienced executive and manager. Palin seems to barely make the mark on this. Obama clearly did not make the mark.

134 posted on 07/29/2010 2:00:03 PM PDT by Jack Black ( Whatever is left of American patriotism is now identical with counter-revolution.)
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To: Jack Black

What about these amazing accomplishments?
This is “barely making a mark?”

“By Dewie Whetsell, Alaskan Fisherman. As posted in comments on Greta’s article referencing the MOVEON ad about Sarah Palin. The last 45 of my 66 years I’ve spent in a commercial fishing town in Alaska . I understand Alaska politics but never understood national politics well until this last year. Here’s the breaking point: Neither side of the Palin controversy gets it. It’s not about persona, style, rhetoric, it’s about doing things. Even Palin supporters never mention the things that I’m about to mention here.

1. Democrats forget when Palin was the Darling of the Democrats, because as soon as Palin took the Governor’s office away from a fellow Republican and tough SOB, Frank Murkowski, she tore into the Republican’s “Corrupt Bastards Club” (CBC) and sent them packing. Many of them are now residing in State housing and wearing orange jump suits The Democrats reacted by skipping around the yard, throwing confetti and singing, “la la la la” (well, you know how they are). Name another governor in this country that has ever done anything similar.

2. Now with the CBC gone, there were fewer Alaskan politicians to protect the huge, giant oil companies here. So she constructed and enacted a new system of splitting the oil profits called “ACES.” Exxon (the biggest corporation in the world) protested and Sarah told them, “don’t let the door hit you in the stern on your way out.” They stayed, and Alaska residents went from being merely wealthy to being filthy rich. Of course, the other huge international oil companies meekly fell in line. Again, give me the name of any other governor in the country that has done anything similar.

3. The other thing she did when she walked into the governor’s office is she got the list of State requests for federal funding for projects, known as “pork.” She went through the list, took 85% of the m and placed them in the “when-hell-freezes-over” stack. She let locals know that if we need something built, we’ll pay for it ourselves. Maybe she figured she could use the money she got from selling the previous governor’s jet because it was extravagant. Maybe she could use the money she saved by dismissing the governor’s cook (remarking that she could cook for her own family), giving back the State vehicle issued to her, maintaining that she already had a car, and dismissing her State provided security force (never mentioning - I imagine - that she’s packing heat herself). I’m still waiting to hear the names of those other governors.

4. Now, even with her much-ridiculed “gosh and golly” mannerism, she also managed to put together a totally new approach to getting a natural gas pipeline built which will be the biggest private construction project in the history of North America. No one else could do it although they tried. If that doesn’t impress you, then you’re trying too hard to be unimpressed while watching her do things like this while baking up a batch of brownies with her other hand.

5. For 30 years, Exxon held a lease to do exploratory drilling at a place called Point Thompson. They made excuses the entire time why they couldn’t start drilling. In truth they were holding it like an investment. No governor for 30 years could make them get started. Then, she told them she was revoking their lease and kicking them out. They protested and threatened court action. She shrugged and reminded them that she knew the way to the court house. Alaska won again.

6. President Obama wants the nation to be on 25% renewable resources for electricity by 2025. Sarah went to the legislature and submitted her plan for Alaska to be at 50% renewable by 2025. We are already at 25%. I can give you more specifics about things done, as opposed to style and persona. Everybody wants to be cool, sound cool, look cool. But that’s just a cover-up. I’m still waiting to hear from liberals the names of other governors who can match what mine has done in two and a half years. I won’t be holding my breath.

By the way, she was content to return to AK after the national election and go to work, but the haters wouldn’t let her. Now these adolescent screechers are obviously not scuba divers. And no one ever told them what happens when you continually jab and pester a barracuda. Without warning, it will spin around and tear your face off. Shoulda known better.

You have just read the truth about Sarah Palin that sends the media, along with the democrat party, into a wild uncontrolled frenzy to discredit her. I guess they are only interested in skirt chasers, dishonesty, immoral people, liars, womanizers, murderers, and bitter ex-presidents’ wives.

So “You go, Girl.” I only wish the men in Washington had your guts, determination, honesty, and morals. I rest my case. Only FOOLS listen to the biased media.”


135 posted on 07/29/2010 2:05:51 PM PDT by b9 (P rinciple A uthenticity L eadership I ntegrity N ational pride)
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To: GonzoGOP
Sarah Palin fights, we cannot spare her.

I like it! Mind if I "borrow" it for my tag line?

136 posted on 07/29/2010 2:06:08 PM PDT by CAluvdubya ("Sarah Palin fights, we cannot spare her."--GonzoGOP)
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To: cicero2k
Me thinks someone is getting paid here, but WDIK?

Who? I'm not. I've been here since 1998. I have no involvement with any candidate for POTUS, other than being a potential voter who is interested in them.

I'm a bit of a natural Devil's Advocate. I may end up supporting Palin, but I'm trying to make sure we vet everyone and find out enough not to be surprised. I think many of us who were big Bush supporters in 2000 felt pretty disapointed by 2008. He was fresh, and engaging, and sent pretty conservative messages. But in the end he was pretty accomodationist towards the liberals and their programs.

What Palin does well, as I've mentioned, I like her for. But it's not enough for me to say she'd make a good POTUS. Maybe I'll learn more and decide she will.

137 posted on 07/29/2010 2:07:03 PM PDT by Jack Black ( Whatever is left of American patriotism is now identical with counter-revolution.)
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To: Jack Black
I'd like a Republican POTUS who is an experienced executive and manager. Palin seems to barely make the mark on this. Obama clearly did not make the mark.

If we had real debates questions like that would be answered. Unfortunately our debates are now reduced to answering pre-scripted questions and nonsense like boxers or briefs. At least we wouldn't have to deal with the latter question with a Palin candidacy. The collapse of the press has prevented the proper testing of candidates in the forge of truth. I would like to sea a Lincoln-Douglas type of debate between the GOP candidates. If Sarah Palin wasn't ready we would know for sure, one way or the other.
138 posted on 07/29/2010 2:07:35 PM PDT by GonzoGOP (There are millions of paranoid people in the world and they are all out to get me.)
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To: ScottinVA

I suppose everyone is entitled to his/her own opinion, but, I love Sarah Palin and don’t believe she is infallible. The Franklin test says make a list of the positives and the negatives, then if the positives outweigh the negatives, you have a winner! So, she’s a winner, regardless of the naysayers on this board. If Jesus himself was running for political office, they’d find fault with him too.


139 posted on 07/29/2010 2:09:23 PM PDT by Catsrus (Have)
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To: TheClintons-STILLAnti-American

She sure is and that’s why the lib women hate her. They all look like a bunch of men wannabes, so ugly in comparison - inside and out.


140 posted on 07/29/2010 2:10:23 PM PDT by Catsrus (Have)
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To: Jack Black

Like a lot of rinos you are pretty dishonest and slippery, but yes you are promoting Pawlenty.

We see your type in the Romney group also, by the way, you also seem fond of Romney.


141 posted on 07/29/2010 2:12:04 PM PDT by ansel12 (Mitt: "I was an independent during the time of Reagan-Bush. I'm not trying to return to Reagan-Bush")
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To: EyeGuy
What the hell is wrong with the voters? Can’t they make up their own minds?

We are an unusually politically informed group.. most voters are very ill informed politically I am sorry to say that we are in the minority.

142 posted on 07/29/2010 2:13:17 PM PDT by Irish Eyes
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To: albie

Maybe you should read the New Yorker article from November 11th on McCain... he had a very difficult time getting her to make that appearance here for him.. she refused to return his calls.......... in the end she did what she had to do and you will note he has only been back here to see jan Brewer, not campaign for John McCain........ some of you just flat need to grow up......


143 posted on 07/29/2010 2:17:25 PM PDT by Arizona Carolyn
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To: ScottinVA

Soros pays Palin-bashers minimum wage, I hear.

- JP


144 posted on 07/29/2010 2:18:34 PM PDT by Josh Painter ("Every time a Democrat mocks Sarah Palin, an independent gets its wings." - JP)
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To: ScottinVA

Soros pays Palin-bashers minimum wage, I hear.

- JP


145 posted on 07/29/2010 2:18:42 PM PDT by Josh Painter ("Every time a Democrat mocks Sarah Palin, an independent gets its wings." - JP)
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146 posted on 07/29/2010 2:18:57 PM PDT by KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle (http://www.conservatives4palin.com/)
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To: albie
To 6 - You should join with the Hunter for President crowd.
They need more supporters, so that if he does take another stab at it he might get his primary vote percentage up in the whole numbers rather than a fraction.
147 posted on 07/29/2010 2:20:07 PM PDT by jla
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To: Spok

I don’t know I’ve ever seen anyone with such flawless complexion as SP.


148 posted on 07/29/2010 2:20:10 PM PDT by Arizona Carolyn
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To: Catsrus
"She sure is and that’s why the lib women hate her. They all look like a bunch of men wannabes, so ugly in comparison - inside and out"

Even with great efforts on the part of professional makeup artists, her wannabe detractor Tina Faye pales next to Sarah.

149 posted on 07/29/2010 2:21:36 PM PDT by TheClintons-STILLAnti-American
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To: stockpirate

And that still doesnt change the fact you’re a troll.....


150 posted on 07/29/2010 2:22:39 PM PDT by Leader_Of_The _Conservatives (High time to bring back the sons (and daughters) of liberty!!!! SP4P2012)
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