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Sarah Palin gets over 1,070 Invitations ! OMG !

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posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 02:29 AM

Originally posted by OldArmyGuy
reply to post by David9176

Ah, David9176,
Typical progressive. You have no facts to counter Sarah Palin so you respond with a personal attack. If you don't agree with what she stands for, let's see some FACTS.
In the meantime, think about this; McCaine lost the electtion because he was supposed to. He was supposed to lock up the Republican nomination and then lay back in the weeds so Obama could win. Remember how, when Sarah started blowing the doors off all across the country, how McCaine's own staff started leakihng anything and everything to try to make her look bad? Remember when Michigan started sliding to the Dems and Sarah wanted to go to Michigan,, certain she could do some good and McCaine refused to allow it?
While you're thinking about that, try this: who is the one individual who has invested millions in every anti-American program and organization one the planet(including the U.N.). Who is the one individual who has contributed millions to every politician and lobbiest of every stripe in the U.S.? Who is the individual who, now that his empty-suit front man is president, has started attending congressional and senate committee meetings in Washington? Who is the man who seems to have a teflon shield such that even men like Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck sort of throw his name out as they run by? Everyone knows he's there but everyone ignores him/ What should be happening is that all his assets be seized, his citizenship be revoked and he be shipped back to wherever he came from.
That's why McCaine lost.
But I do not believe, If Sarah chooses to run in 2011, that she will fail. Sarah is true, she is honest and she belongs to all of us. Even if you can't lose the leftist cant, she will still stand up for you.
Get a life.

David is not a "progressive" as in liberal, he is conservative by most standards....
He just doesn't stand for crap from a donkey or an elephant.
Likely you should enjoy your life and get back to the pen...

Sarah is a opportunist manipulator who rides the easiest wave where ever it takes her.

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 02:57 AM
What a humorous thread!

She is representative of the vast majority of thinking Americans.

That line especially gave me a great laugh, thanks!

Ah remember when she said she read a lot of magazines and then couldn't name a single one? What a great thinker!

[edit on 1-9-2009 by griftin]

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 03:45 AM
I would say Sarah Palin is one of the most underestimated person that I know. I was stationed in Alaska for over 2 years and saw a governor that actually goes out and talks to people and do something about it. When everyone thinks about Alaska, they think about eskimos and igloos. What they don't realize is Alaska's cities are just like the *lower 48* and unlike many other states, Alaska has a budget surplus, dividends from the oil pipelines goes to the residents of Alaska, all natives are entitled to free medical health care, and more. How many other states can come close to that? She would visit the troops on the military bases often and just talk to people.

*Book Smart* vs *Real World Smart* I would choose real world

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 04:25 AM

Originally posted by johnwayne
I would say Sarah Palin is one of the most underestimated person that I know.

*Book Smart* vs *Real World Smart* I would choose real world

No, I'd say we estimate her abilities pretty accurately.

She was the chief executive of the Alaska National Guard, I would certainly hope she'd stop by for coffee at least. Maybe a piece of pie.

Most governors at least take the time to have a piece of pie.

For the record, for every dollar $1.00 that Alaska sends to the federal government in the form of taxes, we have to send $1.84 back, just to keep the state of Alaska running. That's right, the federal government has to subsidize the state of Alaska at a nearly 1:1 ratio. And Palin's budget surplus only happened because she sided with liberal democrats in Alaska and raised taxes on oil company revenue to help pay for social programs and basic services.

That's called socialism.

Didn't like it as mayor though, when she charged rape victims for their rape kits and forensic tests. I guess providing rape kits was just a little too much socialism for her dear heart to handle.

She's quite the humanitarian, that one.

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 05:01 AM

Originally posted by johnwayne
dividends from the oil pipelines goes to the residents of Alaska, all natives are entitled to free medical health care, and more.

This sounds like communism to me. Sarah Palin is either a covert communist or a vile opportunistic liar.

She told us that public healthcare results in the establishment of "death panels". Since you ascertain that she ran one such system in Alaska, does it mean that she presided over one of such panels and pulled the plug on a few grandmas? Because if it's not the case, then she is a vile opportunistic liar once again.

[edit on 1-9-2009 by buddhasystem]

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 05:52 AM

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posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 06:05 AM
Funny, if she is really so popular, why do we need people telling us it is, and why is that being measured with money?

I would guess the fact she is getting that much money to speak at places in the current economy pretty much lets us know right off who she is serving. Because I'll bet you the "common people" don't have that kind of cash.

I don't know anyone who likes her, not even the most conservative and hardcore republicans I know. Everyone I know is pretty much tired and ready to get rid of all of them.

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 06:34 AM
2012's coming up quickly, and Palin's got the White House in her sights...

Creepy, huh?

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 06:56 AM
Palins a brain dead cessionist nazi religious zelot. Anyone which believes she has your best interrests in hand is also a brain dead cattle and need to simply go down to your local slaughter house and get put down.
I swear you people don't use your own brains. But listen to what TPTB lie about. Your all brain washed.

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 07:04 AM
reply to post by Eurisko2012

This is just political baiting, all it does is divide us further which is exactly what they want.

Does anyone actually see a difference between Democrats and Republicans?

They are 2 sides of the same coin designed to give the impression that you actually have a choice.

Bush was bad, Obama is no better and Palin is your solution??

“In politics stupidity is not a handicap.”
Napoleon Bonaparte

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 07:22 AM
"Fame is vapor, popularity an accident, riches take wings. Only one thing endures and that is character" - Horace Greeley

Honestly, I see a history of failure surrounding Ms. Palin.

IMO, Politically she :

FAILED as a Vice Presidential candidate.

FAILED to serve remainder of her duly elected term as Governor.

FAILED to remain nonpartisan.

FAILED to muster the strength and gumption to withstand legitimate attacks on her qualifications, experience and knowledge.

FAILED to attempt to heal/join the country rather than divide it.

FAILED to exhibit a grasp of world events, protocol or global economy.

However, people tend to cling to others of their ilk. Hoping against hope for a saviour.
It appears she's more about making money than serving the people.

Personally, I'm just happy she isn't a part in the current healthcare debate. (Although she levied FALSE accusations regarding a non-existent death panel.)

As one pundit pointed out, her solution might employ snipers from low flying planes to pick off the elderly, much the same way she endorsed the slaughter of pesky wolves.

[edit on 1-9-2009 by kinda kurious]

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 07:36 AM
Sarah Palin has nothing to give us. No new ideas, no strong leadership, nothing.

I thought we knew better than to feed the trolls anyways...

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 07:49 AM
reply to post by spiritwomyn

You've got it right. I think it's rather small minded to be a fan of Palin or Obama those folks are the real sheeple. Totally dumbed down.

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 07:51 AM

Originally posted by Eurisko2012
Sarah Palin power is awesome!
This is why the *snip* toss and turn all night.
Clearly, a landslide victory is on the way thanks to Sarah.
Americans love her.

I would spend half my fortune to make sure she becomes the frontrunner of the republican party...I would even register republican and vote for her if one vote made the difference.


because it would be perhaps the funniest election season..Would love to watch those town hall debates...her endless near crying as she is being slapped around...then how she will quit 2-3 times for the mean people asking questions and stuff that makes her uncomfortable having to think.

oh, such great times to be had should she enter into the arena...may the great sky ghost elevate her to become the shoe in for the reps...

smiling already at the thought...practicing my rotflmao pose.

I am American, and I love her also so your statement may be true..I mean, not her stand on anything, or her motivations or motives, I just love good comic relief...I also quite liked that iraqi disinformation minister during the beginning of the iraqi war...he made me laugh...same thing

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 07:53 AM

Originally posted by PieKeeper
Sarah Palin has nothing to give us. No new ideas, no strong leadership, nothing.

I thought we knew better than to feed the trolls anyways...

Come on, Sarah can totally give us all kinds of things, good laughs, a new way to steriotype Americans around the world, a measure of how to not vote should she actually get elected...lesson learned kinda thing.

you betcha

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 08:13 AM

Originally posted by jsobecky
Woo-hoo! Six figures for a speech! Go Sarah, go!

She is representative of the vast majority of thinking Americans. The left is in a tizzy, wondering how to stop this pitbull with lipstick. Problem is, they cannot stop her!

from David9176

What does Palin support? Where does Palin stand on this issues?


Isn't that the creature that believes in intelligent design because (she said it!) she saw a photo on the internet of a dinosaur footprint next to a human footprint. Thus the thinks that the two walked on this earth side by side and were created some 6000 years ago. ( I heard that 1 in 4 americans think that is the case. Man when that economy goes down, they will be back in the Stone Ages in a flash with a ready made mindframe)

Wow! Some intelligent design, that woman.

Is she really the representative of the vast majority of thinking Americans?
In that case they are not thinking very hard.

Sorry for feeding the trolls. It won't happen again.

[edit on 1-9-2009 by Pjotr]

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 08:15 AM

Originally posted by nunya13
You could just as easily state your excitement without also insulting half of the people on ATS.

You assume that half are conservative and the other half liberal. My, wouldn't it be great if ATS were as cut & dry as that. Surely you know better than to try and define ATS members political affiliations with those in the mainstream.

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 08:17 AM
reply to post by dooper

This is a tactic that was generated during the POTUS election that didn't hold water then and certainly doesn't hold water now. It is just plain silly.


If you think Obama is invisible then read some of his best selling novels on his life.

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 08:20 AM

Originally posted by Eurisko2012
reply to post by mikerussellus

Oh God. Not Ron Paul.
However, i would like to see him at the presidential debate.
Put Ross Perot on the stage also.

Dr. Paul (he earned that title) certainly isn't the most charasmatic, but he's the most straight-shooting and honest politician (if you can believe that) that I've heard. The thing is, he's been saying what he believes the entire time he's been in office. He's no flip-flopper. He talked about the recklessness of the Fed in the 80's.

While I don't know about his ability to be President. I do know that if I were in the big chair, he would certainly be in the cabinet and most likely appointed Treasury Secretary. He does have excellent monetary policy and the guy knows the dollar.

posted on Sep, 1 2009 @ 08:43 AM
o_o This many people support Palin...
What is in the water...? I've lost all hope for humanity... I'm dead serious.

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