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    Let the porn queen deal with his shit now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sluce View Post
    Let the porn queen deal with his shit now.
    Totally!

    Okay, who wants to start a betting pool on my conspiracy theory. I think I was smoking out or something and not even thinking about politics when it came to me; I really think the GOP is going to get someone else on the ballot at the last second. Something is going to happen. Maybe I'm just trying to convince myself because it's just so absurd that McCain(Sorry, you're a war hero or whatever but batshit crazy) and Palin (you're fucking retarded lady!) could possibly be running/leading/representing our country to the rest of the world. I thought Bush Jr. was bad JFC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bychance View Post
    I read on Topix some comment about how the only reason why liberal feminists don't like her is simply because she's more attractive than them, 'clearly'.

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    That shows the bias of conservative men, doesn't it? Women don't have the capacity for logic, we are just catty ho's. It's funny because I'm pretty careful about what I take in, I prefer to read print rather than listen to audio when it comes to certain people so I don't have the sound of their voice in my head, and my only exposure to her til after the SLN Tina Fey skit was still shots and Fey's portrayal was kind of feminine and dainty but then when I saw her on video and next to Couric it was like, wow, she's a giant tranny. The more she moves and talks the more that 'looks' thing wears off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Kill Me View Post
    I really think the GOP is going to get someone else on the ballot at the last second.
    My piece of tinfoil: Jeb Bush. with Romney as VP
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    I'm feeling Romney but not Jeb. Another Bush in office? No fucking way; then again look what we have now.

    Must keep laughing or this shit will make me cry.
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    If they swap people at this stage the whole thing will implode- The Repubs are in lose/lose situation at the moment and I think the fallout for this is more infighting that will fracture the party even more. That might be a good thing because the nuts have hijacked the saner members.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ana-mish-ana View Post
    If they swap people at this stage the whole thing will implode- The Repubs are in lose/lose situation at the moment and I think the fallout for this is more infighting that will fracture the party even more. That might be a good thing because the nuts have hijacked the saner members.
    Exactly. If McCain dumps Palin now, the conservative base will turn on him in droves. And the independents and undecided voters will see it as another sign of bad judgement and turn on him, too.

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    If they do change things at the last minute it will be done in a "We're the heroes of the republican party" sort of way. They might just pick up alot of voters that they're losing right now.
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    I wonder if they are thinking Jesus is coming back in October and they will run him instead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ymeman View Post
    I've been saying that from the day she was nominated (in not so many words). My bias is I feel that way about just about everyone that believes what she believes, but the problem here is that they picked a bimbo. She's a lousy bullsh*tter, because she's never had to do much beyond one helping of doubletalk besides smile and look pretty. She knows it, her party knows it, and now the whole country knows it. And it's not enough. For a misogynist wanna-bemale like Kathleen Parker to be saying it in print is pretty freaking dismal.

    At first we thought that this candidate was insulting to liberal women. Conservative women are picking up on the fact that she's a hideous representative for them. And if she isn't even good at that, what will she do but set even them back. Any talking head from a cable news show would do exponentially better than Palin. As far as one writer citing the possibility of a 'rope-a-dope' ploy, well, we will see just how sick it's gotten if that is true. At least it will be interesting to watch.
    I wouldn't exactly call her pretty, but I get the gist. You know, when people
    were falling all over the fact that she'd almost never traveled abroad I felt
    a bit sorry for her, yep, I admit it. But that's because I know people who
    haven't left the US ever to travel, either, for a variety of reasons. The
    difference with Palin, however, is that these people DO know a lot about
    the world outside the US. They are well read, the keep themselves informed
    by watching various newsprograms and documentaries and even simply
    by having (close) contacts with people from different countries and cultures.
    Frankly, I also know people who've traveled half the world but are the real
    "dumb tourist" types: all they'd know about the country they visit would
    be the hotel and the beach!
    So, one of the major problems with Palin is that she has tunnel vision.
    She can't think beyond her barely populated state, or beyond her own
    beliefs or beyond her own situation. She has NO clue what happens outside
    her own front door, because she's focuses on one thing and one thing
    only: how to promote Sarah Palin. It got her some Miss title, it got her
    a tv job, it got her the Mayor's office of some tiny little town, and the
    governorship (is that a word?). But she has this insatiable need for more:
    more attention, more power, more glory for her. She's a monster, alright,
    but I'm not sure who created her. Maybe she teaches that in her classes....
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    ^^ To me the scary part was when she said something to the effect that she views the world/diff countries through what she's learned in books.

    Now I'm not knocking people for not traveling but when you see other countries with your own eyes, experience their culture, language, food, customs, it's totally different.

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    Palin should not bow out. McCain made a choice and he has to deal with the consequences. She should have known she was out of her league, and McCain was out of his mind, when she was offered a place on the ticket.

    What should happen is Palin should be interviewed as much as possible. She should be asked questions she has not had time to relay to her PR team to answer, then memorize their work.

    Palin is doing nothing more than mirroring the man she is running alongside. They ramble, go on tangents, stray from every topic approached, and verbally stumble aimlessly.



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    Quote Originally Posted by HWBL View Post
    I wouldn't exactly call her pretty, but I get the gist. You know, when people
    were falling all over the fact that she'd almost never traveled abroad I felt
    a bit sorry for her, yep, I admit it. But that's because I know people who
    haven't left the US ever to travel, either, for a variety of reasons.
    I've never been north of Pennsylvania or west of Tennessee. It's a mind-set, not whether you travel or not. She's an authoritarian, and it's why her mind doesn't work right. It may be that she's floundering because she's a true-believer instead of someone who just pretends to be one to hoodwink people's votes and therefore the power and money. I don't think anyone the republicans have run in recent history, including Reagan, has been an authentic representation of the beliefs they parrot. The most authentic christian (maybe the only one) ever in U.S. office in recent times was Jimmy Carter. He's probably the closest the U.S. will get to having an authentic christian in office instead of a grifter. It's almost like they got so good at this game they forgot there is a difference between people who pretend and the freaks that really believe like she does, in snake-handling and speaking in tongues and warding off voodoo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmmdee View Post
    ^^ To me the scary part was when she said something to the effect that she views the world/diff countries through what she's learned in books.

    Now I'm not knocking people for not traveling but when you see other countries with your own eyes, experience their culture, language, food, customs, it's totally different.
    I guess the people I know are the exceptions to that rule. They are
    very well informed about the world around them, because they take
    an active interest. They are hungry for information. They know what
    kind of governments countries around the world have, if they are
    republics or monarchies, what religions are prevalent there, even
    who is in office (we all remember McShrub had no clue who were
    leading other countries, even during his first term!). And yes, the
    other type of world travelers, the ones that have seen half the
    world, but really only the beaches, hotels and typical tourist fare:
    they are way out of their league with the "stay at home scholars
    of world affairs".
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    Quote Originally Posted by ymeman View Post
    I've never been north of Pennsylvania or west of Tennessee. It's a mind-set, not whether you travel or not. She's an authoritarian, and it's why her mind doesn't work right. It may be that she's floundering because she's a true-believer instead of someone who just pretends to be one to hoodwink people's votes and therefore the power and money. I don't think anyone the republicans have run in recent history, including Reagan, has been an authentic representation of the beliefs they parrot. The most authentic christian (maybe the only one) ever in U.S. office in recent times was Jimmy Carter. He's probably the closest the U.S. will get to having an authentic christian in office instead of a grifter. It's almost like they got so good at this game they forgot there is a difference between people who pretend and the freaks that really believe like she does, in snake-handling and speaking in tongues and warding off voodoo.
    Exactly. Jimmy Carter is a true man of faith and proves it to this day
    with his concern for the world and his humanitarian work. Somehow,
    I don't believe Palin, the Christian with the rifle and hunting permit,
    has the same depth of true christianity as Jimmy has. Her christianity
    limits itself to her immediate circle and to only those who share her
    exact same convictions. How's that for a good Samaritan?
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