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Being a libertarian, there's much I disagree with Palin on. I also thought she was a bad pick as a political candidate for VP in 2008 - though she had more experience than Obama, she would have been lost in DC. In the past 5 years shes gained a lot of experience and I wouldn't hesitate to vote for her now.

Nevertheless, it's refreshing to see that Palin is rebelling against the Republican elite and refusing to condemn Snowden. And as an added bonus, she opposes intervention in Syria.

"Sarah Palin energized a group of social conservatives at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Road to Majority Conference Saturday, blasting the Obama Administration’s apparent lawlessness, calling the current state of America “Orwellian,” and urging the United States to stay out of Syria’s chaotic and brutal civil war.

In comments to the Daily Caller, the 2008 candidate for vice president also declined to join many of her fellow Republicans in condemning National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, saying the real problem was the government’s violation of Americans’ rights.

In her speech, Palin called the current political atmosphere, rife with scandals, a “a symptom of a bigger disease,” expressing outrage over the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservative nonprofits."

[link to dailycaller.com]
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go sarah....
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Americans never learn.

Rand Paul said so many SWEET TALK things, until he got in power... So did Bush, Obamamma,and the rest of sociopaths.


Politicians are bullshitters par excellence, especially where CFR has both candidates on their list.


Wake the fuck up.
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I hope she keeps on with clear thinking and speaking the truth. Good for her!
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Being a libertarian, there's much I disagree with Palin on. I also thought she was a bad pick as a political candidate for VP in 2008 - though she had more experience than Obama, she would have been lost in DC. In the past 5 years shes gained a lot of experience and I wouldn't hesitate to vote for her now.

Nevertheless, it's refreshing to see that Palin is rebelling against the Republican elite and refusing to condemn Snowden. And as an added bonus, she opposes intervention in Syria.

"Sarah Palin energized a group of social conservatives at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Road to Majority Conference Saturday, blasting the Obama Administration’s apparent lawlessness, calling the current state of America “Orwellian,” and urging the United States to stay out of Syria’s chaotic and brutal civil war.

In comments to the Daily Caller, the 2008 candidate for vice president also declined to join many of her fellow Republicans in condemning National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, saying the real problem was the government’s violation of Americans’ rights.

In her speech, Palin called the current political atmosphere, rife with scandals, a “a symptom of a bigger disease,” expressing outrage over the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservative nonprofits."

[link to dailycaller.com]
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Palin was not what the LEFTY MSM painted her as.
....but nonetheless...the sheep fell for it anyway.

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Palin for Queen of the US!
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go sarah....
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Yes, and she is also a MILF!

I hope Sarah becomes the first MILFPOTUS!

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Sarah Palin is nothing more than an attention whore. The entire family is. They are more interested in being celebrities then helping the country.
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I'd like to add though that I agree. She is quite the MILF and I'd devour that.
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Americans never learn.

Rand Paul said so many SWEET TALK things, until he got in power... So did Bush, Obamamma,and the rest of sociopaths.


Politicians are bullshitters par excellence, especially where CFR has both candidates on their list.


Wake the fuck up.
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AAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

From messico and you think you have room to talk?!!!!!!!
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Americans never learn.

Rand Paul said so many SWEET TALK things, until he got in power... So did Bush, Obamamma,and the rest of sociopaths.


Politicians are bullshitters par excellence, especially where CFR has both candidates on their list.


Wake the fuck up.
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AAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

From messico and you think you have room to talk?!!!!!!!
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Kinda of amusing in a sad way isn't it?

Probably on the Obama payroll.


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She's just playing to the crowd. All kinds of people are acting shocked over PRISM, so she wants to look like she thinks Snowden did the right thing. Politics as usual.
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She's just playing to the crowd. All kinds of people are acting shocked over PRISM, so she wants to look like she thinks Snowden did the right thing. Politics as usual.
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MUPPET NEWS FLASH.
Snowden DID DO the right thing....for TRUE America.

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I absolutely agree what he did was right (even though not one person should have found this as news in the first place), but she's simply trying to remain relevant so she can keep cashing in public speaking checks.
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They are trying to align a nut case like Satan Palin with a true American hero. Are people really this stupid?
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I absolutely agree what he did was right (even though not one person should have found this as news in the first place), but she's simply trying to remain relevant so she can keep cashing in public speaking checks.
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They are trying to align a nut case like Satan Palin with a true American hero. Are people really this stupid?
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Shill harder.
You are making to too obvious. popcorn smiley

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Who the hell is snowden??
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I'd like to add though that I agree. She is quite the MILF and I'd devour that.
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Re: I just gained respect for Sarah Palin: "Snowden is not the problem" Palin says
Being a libertarian, there's much I disagree with Palin on. I also thought she was a bad pick as a political candidate for VP in 2008 - though she had more experience than Obama, she would have been lost in DC. In the past 5 years shes gained a lot of experience and I wouldn't hesitate to vote for her now.

Nevertheless, it's refreshing to see that Palin is rebelling against the Republican elite and refusing to condemn Snowden. And as an added bonus, she opposes intervention in Syria.

"Sarah Palin energized a group of social conservatives at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Road to Majority Conference Saturday, blasting the Obama Administration’s apparent lawlessness, calling the current state of America “Orwellian,” and urging the United States to stay out of Syria’s chaotic and brutal civil war.

In comments to the Daily Caller, the 2008 candidate for vice president also declined to join many of her fellow Republicans in condemning National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, saying the real problem was the government’s violation of Americans’ rights.

In her speech, Palin called the current political atmosphere, rife with scandals, a “a symptom of a bigger disease,” expressing outrage over the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservative nonprofits."

[link to dailycaller.com]
 Quoting: TheOriginalMind


Palin was not what the LEFTY MSM painted her as.
....but nonetheless...the sheep fell for it anyway.

cnnbs
 Quoting: Useless Cookie Eater


I agree completely that Palin is far different than she was portrayed to be. That doesn't change my opinion of her as a potential political candidate in '08. She wasn't ready. But in a crowd of incompetents (McCain, Biden, Obama) she shined.
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I absolutely agree what he did was right (even though not one person should have found this as news in the first place), but she's simply trying to remain relevant so she can keep cashing in public speaking checks.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18474834



They are trying to align a nut case like Satan Palin with a true American hero. Are people really this stupid?
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Shill harder.
You are making to too obvious. :popcorn smiley:
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Lol, try to use your brain once in awhile, it may benefit you.
Why do you think she stopped being a actual politician? She figured out she could make way more money, and can't be held genuinely accountable for anything, by doing this type of stuff. She makes her living off of being a talking head. You know your talking about someone who had a damned reality tv show, right?
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Everything Snowden mentioned we already knew about. I believe Snowden is a scapegoat.
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Being a libertarian, there's much I disagree with Palin on. I also thought she was a bad pick as a political candidate for VP in 2008 - though she had more experience than Obama, she would have been lost in DC. In the past 5 years shes gained a lot of experience and I wouldn't hesitate to vote for her now.

Nevertheless, it's refreshing to see that Palin is rebelling against the Republican elite and refusing to condemn Snowden. And as an added bonus, she opposes intervention in Syria.

"Sarah Palin energized a group of social conservatives at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Road to Majority Conference Saturday, blasting the Obama Administration’s apparent lawlessness, calling the current state of America “Orwellian,” and urging the United States to stay out of Syria’s chaotic and brutal civil war.

In comments to the Daily Caller, the 2008 candidate for vice president also declined to join many of her fellow Republicans in condemning National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, saying the real problem was the government’s violation of Americans’ rights.

In her speech, Palin called the current political atmosphere, rife with scandals, a “a symptom of a bigger disease,” expressing outrage over the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservative nonprofits."

[link to dailycaller.com]
 Quoting: TheOriginalMind


Palin was not what the LEFTY MSM painted her as.
....but nonetheless...the sheep fell for it anyway.

cnnbs
 Quoting: Useless Cookie Eater


I agree completely that Palin is far different than she was portrayed to be. That doesn't change my opinion of her as a potential political candidate in '08. She wasn't ready. But in a crowd of incompetents (McCain, Biden, Obama) she shined.
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In 08' she wasn't ready for a Presidency....but she would have been fine as VP.

Don't think so?

.....just look at Biden....and rethink that.

bidenbrain


...and YES....McLame held her back....not the other way around.

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Being a libertarian, there's much I disagree with Palin on. I also thought she was a bad pick as a political candidate for VP in 2008 - though she had more experience than Obama, she would have been lost in DC. In the past 5 years shes gained a lot of experience and I wouldn't hesitate to vote for her now.

Nevertheless, it's refreshing to see that Palin is rebelling against the Republican elite and refusing to condemn Snowden. And as an added bonus, she opposes intervention in Syria.

"Sarah Palin energized a group of social conservatives at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Road to Majority Conference Saturday, blasting the Obama Administration’s apparent lawlessness, calling the current state of America “Orwellian,” and urging the United States to stay out of Syria’s chaotic and brutal civil war.

In comments to the Daily Caller, the 2008 candidate for vice president also declined to join many of her fellow Republicans in condemning National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, saying the real problem was the government’s violation of Americans’ rights.

In her speech, Palin called the current political atmosphere, rife with scandals, a “a symptom of a bigger disease,” expressing outrage over the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservative nonprofits."

[link to dailycaller.com]
 Quoting: TheOriginalMind


Palin was not what the LEFTY MSM painted her as.
....but nonetheless...the sheep fell for it anyway.

cnnbs
 Quoting: Useless Cookie Eater


I agree completely that Palin is far different than she was portrayed to be. That doesn't change my opinion of her as a potential political candidate in '08. She wasn't ready. But in a crowd of incompetents (McCain, Biden, Obama) she shined.
 Quoting: TheOriginalMind


In 08' she wasn't ready for a Presidency....but she would have been fine as VP.

Don't think so?

.....just look at Biden....and rethink that.

bidenbrain


...and YES....McLame held her back....not the other way around.
 Quoting: Useless Cookie Eater


No, I don't even think she was ready for VP, for two reasons.

First, whoever is VP should be capable of being President if necessary. Since she wasn't ready for the Presidency, she wasn't ready to be VP. In fact, the desirability of having a potential President as VP goes back to the Founding: originally, the VP was whoever came second in the electoral college, rather than whoever the President-elect chose to be his running mate.

Second, Palin had no experience of Washington. The sad fact is that the VP needs to be a master of Washington, because they deal so much with Congress and cover the President's ass when necessary. She had no support structure (on a personal/networking level, not on a party level). Further, she wasn't a favorite of the Republican establishment, so would have been weak in trying to face off the Democrats. So politically she was a bad choice at the time.
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she is not running for pres anymore.
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good for her!!!
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I'd like to add though that I agree. She is quite the MILF and I'd devour that.
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Don't hate me because I'm a red blooded male who knows MILFTICISM when he sees it. You're more than welcome to go for Mr. Palin if that's what you fancy.
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Being a libertarian, there's much I disagree with Palin on. I also thought she was a bad pick as a political candidate for VP in 2008 - though she had more experience than Obama, she would have been lost in DC. In the past 5 years shes gained a lot of experience and I wouldn't hesitate to vote for her now.

Nevertheless, it's refreshing to see that Palin is rebelling against the Republican elite and refusing to condemn Snowden. And as an added bonus, she opposes intervention in Syria.

"Sarah Palin energized a group of social conservatives at the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Road to Majority Conference Saturday, blasting the Obama Administration’s apparent lawlessness, calling the current state of America “Orwellian,” and urging the United States to stay out of Syria’s chaotic and brutal civil war.

In comments to the Daily Caller, the 2008 candidate for vice president also declined to join many of her fellow Republicans in condemning National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, saying the real problem was the government’s violation of Americans’ rights.

In her speech, Palin called the current political atmosphere, rife with scandals, a “a symptom of a bigger disease,” expressing outrage over the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservative nonprofits."

[link to dailycaller.com]
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Palin was not what the LEFTY MSM painted her as.
....but nonetheless...the sheep fell for it anyway.

cnnbs
 Quoting: Useless Cookie Eater


I agree completely that Palin is far different than she was portrayed to be. That doesn't change my opinion of her as a potential political candidate in '08. She wasn't ready. But in a crowd of incompetents (McCain, Biden, Obama) she shined.
 Quoting: TheOriginalMind


In 08' she wasn't ready for a Presidency....but she would have been fine as VP.

Don't think so?

.....just look at Biden....and rethink that.

bidenbrain


...and YES....McLame held her back....not the other way around.
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No, I don't even think she was ready for VP, for two reasons.

First, whoever is VP should be capable of being President if necessary. Since she wasn't ready for the Presidency, she wasn't ready to be VP. In fact, the desirability of having a potential President as VP goes back to the Founding: originally, the VP was whoever came second in the electoral college, rather than whoever the President-elect chose to be his running mate.

Second, Palin had no experience of Washington. The sad fact is that the VP needs to be a master of Washington, because they deal so much with Congress and cover the President's ass when necessary. She had no support structure (on a personal/networking level, not on a party level). Further, she wasn't a favorite of the Republican establishment, so would have been weak in trying to face off the Democrats. So politically she was a bad choice at the time.
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In both highlighted points....I could easily say much the same about Biden and Obama.

You need a better argument than that. cruise
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I agree completely that Palin is far different than she was portrayed to be. That doesn't change my opinion of her as a potential political candidate in '08. She wasn't ready. But in a crowd of incompetents (McCain, Biden, Obama) she shined.
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In 08' she wasn't ready for a Presidency....but she would have been fine as VP.

Don't think so?

.....just look at Biden....and rethink that.

bidenbrain


...and YES....McLame held her back....not the other way around.
 Quoting: Useless Cookie Eater


No, I don't even think she was ready for VP, for two reasons.

First, whoever is VP should be capable of being President if necessary. Since she wasn't ready for the Presidency, she wasn't ready to be VP. In fact, the desirability of having a potential President as VP goes back to the Founding: originally, the VP was whoever came second in the electoral college, rather than whoever the President-elect chose to be his running mate.

Second, Palin had no experience of Washington. The sad fact is that the VP needs to be a master of Washington, because they deal so much with Congress and cover the President's ass when necessary. She had no support structure (on a personal/networking level, not on a party level). Further, she wasn't a favorite of the Republican establishment, so would have been weak in trying to face off the Democrats. So politically she was a bad choice at the time.
 Quoting: TheOriginalMind


In both highlighted points....I could easily say much the same about Biden and Obama.

You need a better argument than that. cruise
 Quoting: Useless Cookie Eater


You're missing my point. I'm not arguing that anyone should have voted for Obama/Biden. I'd be a pretty dumb libertarian if I said that. My point is quite simple: Palin was a weak candidate. That doesn't change because she was running against weak candidates.
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In 08' she wasn't ready for a Presidency....but she would have been fine as VP.

Don't think so?

.....just look at Biden....and rethink that.

bidenbrain


...and YES....McLame held her back....not the other way around.
 Quoting: Useless Cookie Eater


No, I don't even think she was ready for VP, for two reasons.

First, whoever is VP should be capable of being President if necessary. Since she wasn't ready for the Presidency, she wasn't ready to be VP. In fact, the desirability of having a potential President as VP goes back to the Founding: originally, the VP was whoever came second in the electoral college, rather than whoever the President-elect chose to be his running mate.

Second, Palin had no experience of Washington. The sad fact is that the VP needs to be a master of Washington, because they deal so much with Congress and cover the President's ass when necessary. She had no support structure (on a personal/networking level, not on a party level). Further, she wasn't a favorite of the Republican establishment, so would have been weak in trying to face off the Democrats. So politically she was a bad choice at the time.
 Quoting: TheOriginalMind


In both highlighted points....I could easily say much the same about Biden and Obama.

You need a better argument than that. cruise
 Quoting: Useless Cookie Eater


You're missing my point. I'm not arguing that anyone should have voted for Obama/Biden. I'd be a pretty dumb libertarian if I said that. My point is quite simple: Palin was a weak candidate. That doesn't change because she was running against weak candidates.
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I don't agree that she is/was as weak as you attempt to portray her.


You want a weak candidate....especially after Benghazi...and our current Socialist....here ya go....

comhill


...but they push her anyway.
It just started in the last few days in fact.

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