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Thread: Sarah Palin's new nickname: 'Barack the Wealth Spender'

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    she needs to shut the fuck up and go blow another 150,000 on clothes like the vapid cow she is
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    How many years would it take most working low/middle income families to make $150K? I can't believe as govenor she didn't have the proper outfits for the campaign.

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    to spend on stupid shit like clothes?

    80 years.
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    Greedy bitch. Like I've said before, it isn't a beauty pageant. Well, maybe to her it is.

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    OK, that is it. I was planning on abstaining from voting because I don't like either candidate and believe we have a government that is completely unresponsive to the concerns of citizens (it's a government for the wealthy, big business and special interests, not the people). But I am now leaning towards voting for Obama. Hey, every vote helps (I live in a state that's traditionally Republican, but is up for grabs this year), and I've had it with these assholes (McCain and Palin) insinuating that Obama wants to raise taxes for the "average" family when that is simply not true. Painting the top 5% of wage earners as the "average" family and the rest of us as welfare cases is incredibly insulting. I work my ass off and have never taken advantage of welfare benefits. Just because I, and 95% of the country, don't happen to earn over $250,000/year does not make us welfare cases! I say it's about time lower and middle income people got a break. The incredibly rich receive them all the time, e.g. Bush's tax cuts for the rich, the "socialistic" financial bailout bill that just passed.

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    according to mccain, if you make less than 5 million you're 'poor'

    Like he's made that much. Oh right, he cheated on his first wife and dumped her for an heiress.
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    It's an apt name and she shouldn't go around broadcasting it since Obama will hopefully actually get the super-wealthy to pay taxes. What a change that would be.
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    ^^Yep, what a shame that one of the first people he'll be taxing is John McCain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by purple rain View Post
    OK, that is it. I was planning on abstaining from voting because I don't like either candidate and believe we have a government that is completely unresponsive to the concerns of citizens (it's a government for the wealthy, big business and special interests, not the people). But I am now leaning towards voting for Obama. Hey, every vote helps (I live in a state that's traditionally Republican, but is up for grabs this year), and I've had it with these assholes (McCain and Palin) insinuating that Obama wants to raise taxes for the "average" family when that is simply not true. Painting the top 5% of wage earners as the "average" family and the rest of us as welfare cases is incredibly insulting. I work my ass off and have never taken advantage of welfare benefits. Just because I, and 95% of the country, don't happen to earn over $250,000/year does not make us welfare cases! I say it's about time lower and middle income people got a break. The incredibly rich receive them all the time, e.g. Bush's tax cuts for the rich, the "socialistic" financial bailout bill that just passed.
    Hey, you don't by chance live in NC, do you?

    And ITA with everything you said!

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    Quote Originally Posted by purple rain View Post
    OK, that is it. I was planning on abstaining from voting because I don't like either candidate and believe we have a government that is completely unresponsive to the concerns of citizens (it's a government for the wealthy, big business and special interests, not the people). But I am now leaning towards voting for Obama. Hey, every vote helps (I live in a state that's traditionally Republican, but is up for grabs this year), and I've had it with these assholes (McCain and Palin) insinuating that Obama wants to raise taxes for the "average" family when that is simply not true. Painting the top 5% of wage earners as the "average" family and the rest of us as welfare cases is incredibly insulting. I work my ass off and have never taken advantage of welfare benefits. Just because I, and 95% of the country, don't happen to earn over $250,000/year does not make us welfare cases! I say it's about time lower and middle income people got a break. The incredibly rich receive them all the time, e.g. Bush's tax cuts for the rich, the "socialistic" financial bailout bill that just passed.
    Hey, Obama's the lesser of the two evils. Something Palin the Pinhead helps prove more with each passing day.

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