posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 06:21 PM
Originally posted by loki41872
Originally posted by babybunnies
Did anyone else notice that when she talked about the "society is like a three legged stool of support", she then used FOUR examples of why?
This woman is a walking Monty Python sketch. A late night comic's DREAM candidate.
That's almost a funny as a presidential candidate saying there are 57 states! There's no way America would elect somebody THAT stupid!!
Ineffective and misguided perhaps, but not stupid. He has degrees from two of the most exclusive institutions of higher learning in the world, and
was president of the most prestigious publication in the world for law students. All from a low-end middle class family with a wishy-washy mom and an
an absentee dad.
Cue misguided rant about the failings of the educational system and Illuminati and blah blah blah.
Palin, in my opinion, is ignorant. Willfully so, but ignorant nonetheless. I can deal with ignorant. Bachmann, on the other hand, is calculated.
She deliberately misrepresents herself, her past, and her credentials at every turn in whatever way is most beneficial for her at the time. She
deliberately and opportunistically distorts the historical record and even current events in the same manner, because the vast majority of her
supporters are the 'talking point' base that the GOP so loves to exploit these days. I wouldn't call her stupid or dumb by any stretch...though
she may appear to be so to people not all that familiar with her style. I think a better word for her is 'sociopath.' She knows EXACTLY how to
beat everybody else in the field, as she's done every time she's run for office save the first. Mark my words...she's going to switch characters
for the next few weeks to the even-toned, pseudo-intellectual, issue-hedging moderate that made an appearance at the GOP debates and on Face the
Nation.....she's a polarizing character, so playing that role will shore up what she needs from the more moderate Republicans to edge ahead of
Romney, and then it's a relatively easy ride from there to the nomination.