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Old 09-04-2008, 09:26 AM
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Okay, fine, so Palin is anti-abortion, but not to include an exception if a woman is impregnated when RAPED or from INCEST is just SICK, IMO.

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Old 09-04-2008, 09:52 AM
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You say you're against sex education in public schools.

Maybe you shouldn't be.

Couldn't agree with you more!
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Old 09-04-2008, 06:34 PM
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Not that I care about either party in the least bit, but this is an excerpt from the link provided and I couldn't agree more.

Obama campaign spokesman Bill Burton said "the only 'flat-out lie' is this ridiculous claim, and it proves that John McCain has wasted no time in teaching Sarah Palin the ways of the Washington he's inhabited for the last 26 years."

Palin: Democrats spreading misinformation and lies - Yahoo! News
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Old 09-04-2008, 11:26 PM
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During McCain's speech tonight at the RNC, he thanked and praised George W. Bush, Jr. for keeping us safe after the 911 attacks.

Excuse me, but why didn't he keep us safe on that day?

Why is it that the Commander in Chief was pre-occupied on September 11, 2001 at an elementary school reading books to the students?

An upside book for that matter.

Convenience?

Was he out of the loop on purpose?

Has he ever engaged in this type of activity since?

Reading books at an elementary school.

Why is it that HE didn't keep us safe on September 11, 2001 when there for FOUR JUMBO JETS flying off course and with lost communication?

It is it because he was pre-occupied reading books to elementary school children?

What did his second in command do?

You know, the bull dog, Cheney.

Anything besides order a stand-down?

Why is it that our Air Force did not act until it was too late?

Would that have interfered with the plan on the War on Terror and the subsequent invasion of Iraq that was based on lies?

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Old 09-04-2008, 11:37 PM
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I am sick to death of McCain using his VietNam war HERO status as the REASON he should be president.

Sorry to say this, but the men who accomplished their missions and weren't taken as prisoners of war are HEROS just the same as you like to paint yourself if not more so.

They weren't captured by the enemy.

Quite frankly, the fact that you were in an enemy prison camp and tortured for years is quite troubling.

This should DISQUALIFY you from holding the position of President of the United States, but, for some reason, you think it entitles you to the same.

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Old 09-04-2008, 11:55 PM
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A maverick who now must lead - Yahoo! News

Oh, please, McCain.

You can't distance yourself from the GOP!

What are you then, an Independent?

A democrat?

You know, that picture of you and Bush in a loving embrace wherein you appear to be sobbing in his arms only demonstrates your CONNECTION to the powers that be.

How gay is that?

Pretty, pretty, gay, I'd say.
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Old 09-05-2008, 08:01 AM
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Ugh @ McCain thanking GWB for keeping us safe after 9/11. That just sounds like it needs canned laughter underneath it, since I just can't imagine he'd think people would think that's true.
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Old 09-05-2008, 09:54 PM
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Ugh @ McCain thanking GWB for keeping us safe after 9/11. That just sounds like it needs canned laughter underneath it, since I just can't imagine he'd think people would think that's true.
But, unlike you, they do!

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Old 09-08-2008, 11:51 AM
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When a person has to control his/her temper, this is not a good thing.

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Old 09-08-2008, 11:09 PM
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Sarah Palin

these are not real photos of sarah, someone photoshopped these on the net





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I like Sarah, she is a libertarian/conservative in the same mold as Ron Paul, she did clean up the corruption in Alaskan politics, nobody is perfect, she will make a fine VP, A classy lady all around. here are some links to explore her political views....



ACTUALLY IT WAS HER HUSBAND WHO JOINED THE ALASKAN INDEPENDENCE MOVEMENT TO BREAKAWAY FROM THE U.S.

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/09/04/us...l?ref=politics


A Palin Joined Alaskan Third Party, Just Not Sarah Palin....




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Among the new recruits was Todd Palin, whose wife, Sarah, would later become governor of Alaska. The Palins attended the party’s convention in their hometown, Wasilla, in 1994, according to party officials, where the party called for a revote on statehood and a draft constitution for an independent Republic of Alaska. Mr. Palin joined the party.
Ms. Palin remained a Republican and never joined the Alaskan Independence Party, but returned to its convention in 2006 to speak as candidate for governor. After she had been elected, she recorded a video greeting that was played at the party convention this year. “Good luck on a successful and inspiring convention,” she said. “Keep up the good work, and God bless you.”
Now that she is the Republican nominee for vice president — for a campaign whose motto is “Country first” — the couple’s interaction with the Alaskan Independence Party has gotten attention because of its reputation as a secessionist group.
Alaskan Independence Party officials released a statement Monday saying that Ms. Palin had been a member for two years, from 1994 to 1996, information included in reports in The New York Times and other news outlets. In Internet videos of recent party meetings, other party officials can be seen boasting of Ms. Palin’s past membership.
On Tuesday, though, the party’s chairwoman, Lynette Clark, said the earlier statement was false. Ms. Clark said that she had based it on information another party member had given her, but that a review of the records showed only that Ms. Palin had attended the 1994 conference.
Ms. Clark added that while the review confirmed Todd Palin as a member, it did not indicate that Ms. Palin had been one.
On Wednesday, Ms. Clark released a corrected statement, saying, in part, “I, foolishly, repeated and accepted as fact what an officer of this membership shared with myself, and husband Dexter Clark, over a year ago.”
“I humbly apologize to Governor Palin, and to both national and local press and media,” she added.
Ms. Palin has been registered as a Republican since May 1982, according to the State Division of Elections. Mr. Palin registered as a member of the Alaskan Independence Party in 1995, remaining a member for all but two months of the next seven years, until he registered as an undeclared voter in July 2002.
The McCain campaign has described the Palins as “proud Americans” and called reports of her membership in the independence party “a smear.”
The Alaskan Independence Party’s Web site, akip.org, which includes the motto “Alaska First — Alaska Always” in its banner, describes party members as seeking “a range of solutions to the conflicts between federal and local authority,” including “advocacy for state’s rights, through a return to territorial status, all the way to complete independence and nationhood status for Alaska.” It calls for repatriation of lands held by the federal government “to the state and people of Alaska,” as well as, among other issues, the right to home-school children and the privatization of government services.
Ms. Clark objected to descriptions of her party as secessionist, saying it advocates “states’ rights” and “state sovereignty.”
Ms. Clark said she interpreted Ms. Palin’s attendance at the 1994 convention as reflecting an interest in hearing a variety of perspectives. “Her heart is very Alaskan,” she said, “and we have Alaskan issues.”
Jean Craciun, a political consultant in Alaska, said it would not be hard to believe that Ms. Palin had been a member of the independence party, because polls show that people in Alaska often confuse the party with “independent minded.”
Ms. Palin’s political philosophy is also often compared to that of Walter J. Hickel, the former Alaska governor and interior secretary in the Nixon administration who was re-elected governor on the Alaskan Independence Party ticket in 1990. Mr. Hickel, a big backer of Ms. Palin, re-registered as a Republican in 1994.
In her recorded address to the party’s convention this year, Ms. Palin said: “I share your party’s vision of upholding the constitution of our great state. My administration remains focused on reining in government growth so individual liberty and opportunity can expand. I know you agree with that.”

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