Gov. Sarah Palin Arrives at CPAC : Barrack Obama, you lie! Many Standing Ovations!

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posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 12:44 PM
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Originally posted by GreenGlassDoor
Reply to post by Lil Drummerboy
 


W. did post his transcripts. So, there you go...


 
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Funny how a few of you have now made a blatant attempt to shift the topic of this thread to Obama.....




posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 12:57 PM
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Not baiting, just pointing out that some of your vitriol is uni-directional.



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 12:57 PM
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At least when you tell her something, she listens.

But consider this, no one elects anyone that they know. Just people they think they know. So a persona is sold to the voters. Palin took a ditzy piece of eye-candy persona and it generated nearly twice the interest in McCain in less than a week. The buzz was hot and threw the democratic leaning media into a full court press to completely discredit her. The reaction was a unified reaction of "We are about to lose."

In all honesty, Palin is credited more with the goofy things that Tina Fey said than her own words that were gaffs and exploited by a very scared media. Otherwise the election of 2008 would have had IL as the lone midwest state that supported Obama. Would the Left Coast and New England had enough votes to defeat McCain...hard to say, but it would have been close had media had not turned into news entertainment and just reported.

Even Larry Flynt cashed in over the Palin excitement by doing a spoof porno with a lookalike. He made quite a few bucks off of it too.

And Palin can tease that she might run for years just to keep the DNC off balance in having to prepare countermeasures. At least she looks healthy, more than I can say for Ann Coulter.



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 12:58 PM
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Originally posted by beezzer
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Not baiting, just pointing out that some of your vitriol is uni-directional.


How exactly is it uni-directional? Because Palin is the topic of this thread, so that is who I posted about?

Come on now. You're better than that.



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 01:02 PM
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Originally posted by captaintyinknots


How exactly is it uni-directional? Because Palin is the topic of this thread, so that is who I posted about?


It is fair to do comparisons. Dialogue is all about that.


Come on now. You're better than that.




I compare the acceptance to Obama with the biased hatred to Palin over similar issues and that suddenly becomes "beneath" proper debate?




posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 01:05 PM
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Hypocritical? The hypocrisy IS the treatment Sarah Palinnhas received...I'll give two current events, with easy verifiable response from two PROTECTED (ie, progressive--read Democratic--women).

During the incredibly brief Benghazi Senate hearing, the former Secretary of State was GIVEN A PASS and allowed to answer a question (relative to the Administration blaming a random, less than 300 views YouTube video for the embassy attack) with a histrionic "what difference does it make now?" as an answer. The media...crickets...but hey, Hill looks like she has recovered nicely from her concussion.

Just last week, Senator Diane Fienstein was all but allowed (by media and her fellow Senators) to all but take to her fainting couch for being asked (and NEVER answering) a "tough" question by Sen. Ted Cruz. Media spin "he is just plain MEAN!"

Yet the media reported, repeated and vilified Palin for a remark she NEVER SAID..."I can see Alaska from my house" was an SNL line uttered by Tina Fey. Palin, in an interview, had stated that Alaska is so geographically close to Russia that it was infact visible from Alaskan soil, and as such she (as well as all former Alaskan governors) were infact versed in NORAD readiness and intelligence information. Her answer was intelligent and well spoken. The "line" was fictional yet delivered by media frauds as a truth.

If the media did its job, "I can see Alaska from my house" would not have left the tiny soundstage of SNL; Hillary Clinton would have been challenged for her flip answer; and Sen. Feinstein would be forced to answer what OTHER Constitutional Rights can be edited.

The hypocrisy is NOT with my post.



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 01:06 PM
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No, saying I am being uni-directional based on a singular response, and ASSuming that I ignore these things about Obama is beneath YOU, and proper debate. As is political baiting.



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 01:07 PM
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Yes, the hypocrisy IS with your post. "D good, R bad". It goes both way.


And in the end, the focus on partisanship and not on issues and merit is the true problem....
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posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 01:08 PM
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Good showmanship does not make a good politician, even if people are mostly too dumb to understand the difference. Not a criticism of Palin but of most contemporaneous politicians, there is nothing there but facade, hyperbole and demagogy, I pity future generations that seem faded live under idiocracy...



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 01:11 PM
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Ahh...the topic of Gov. Palin's speech (per the thread title) IS "President Obama, you lie!" So by virtue of that topic, he IS part of the topic."

Funny, no one has disputed Palin's perception of Obama untruths...hmmmm?



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 01:15 PM
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Originally posted by Glinda
reply to post by captaintyinknots
 


Ahh...the topic of Gov. Palin's speech (per the thread title) IS "President Obama, you lie!" So by virtue of that topic, he IS part of the topic."

Funny, no one has disputed Palin's perception of Obama untruths...hmmmm?


I dont dispute that, I dispute her merit.

It is so telling to see those of you that automatically jump on the partisan wagon with things like this.

Point out that Palin is untrustworthy? "You must support Obama".

Point out her record? "You must ignore Obama's"


Hope that some of you, someday, realize that there are those of us out there that can be critical of BOTH sides, and dont fall in line and sieg hail based solely on partisan lines.

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posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 01:15 PM
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Originally posted by Glinda
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Funny, no one has disputed Palin's perception of Obama untruths...hmmmm?


I think that is the point made here, if you can't attack the message then attack the messenger. No one wants to dispute what she said, because they would look rather foolish for fighting from a losing position.



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 01:18 PM
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Originally posted by Ahabstar

Originally posted by Glinda
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Funny, no one has disputed Palin's perception of Obama untruths...hmmmm?


I think that is the point made here, if you can't attack the message then attack the messenger. No one wants to dispute what she said, because they would look rather foolish for fighting from a losing position.


Pretty boarderline post for a mod...

Again, you all ASSume too much. My point is WHY ARE WE STILL LISTENING TO THESE PEOPLE AT ALL? Obama? Palin? Romney? Really????? You all still believe a word that ANY of them say?

Things are worse than i thought...



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 01:19 PM
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If you view/read/listen to the skewed, sycophant media there IS no good on the "R" side. Any and all things "R" are reported WITHOUT objectivity or merit. ALL things left leaning are just this side of fantabulous (like the kid gloves, adoring, reporting that gave HRClinton and DiFi both passes (instead of the needed grilling) they both deserved. By contrast Palin is vilified for things she NEVER said. What is the difference between those three women? Two (given passes) Democrats. The one savaged, a Republican.



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 01:24 PM
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Originally posted by Glinda
reply to post by captaintyinknots
 


If you view/read/listen to the skewed, sycophant media there IS no good on the "R" side. Any and all things "R" are reported WITHOUT objectivity or merit. ALL things left leaning are just this side of fantabulous (like the kid gloves, adoring, reporting that gave HRClinton and DiFi both passes (instead of the needed grilling) they both deserved. By contrast Palin is vilified for things she NEVER said. What is the difference between those three women? Two (given passes) Democrats. The one savaged, a Republican.


Funny, in my area, there is not a single liberal leaning radio show on the air. The one we had was taken over by FOX news about 2 months ago.

I would venture to say that you are A)watching the liberal side of the media (turn it to FOX, you'll find plenty of pro-R talk), and B)you are still missing my point.

The media is bought and paid for. If you expect to get the straight-poo from ANY major media outlet, you're naive.

In the end, though, I can see that I am discussing this topic with people that have fully bought into the D vs. R nonsense that has been put out there to divide this country. Not a lot of point to continuing this conversation.



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 01:25 PM
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One thing Palin said in her speech rings real true.

"If you don't have a seat at the table, then you're on the menu."

That didn't have a D or an R caveat either.



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 01:26 PM
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have I seen one post re Palin's actuall comments on this thread?
lets take the "background checks for gun purcheses - sure, show us yours Mr President" comment:

did I not see the man with several PROVEN FALSE Birth certificates shooting a gun the other day?

this does not disturb Obama supporters?
if it doesn't, "why not?" is a really pertinant credibility question you should answer

also how can one critisize Palin at all with that hanging over your heads?
oh wait, silly me: that is a self answering question



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 01:29 PM
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What is it that makes you people think that if someone criticizes Palin, they are automatically an Obama supporter? I've never quite understood this.



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 01:30 PM
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Originally posted by captaintyinknots
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What is it that makes you people think that if someone criticizes Palin, they are automatically an Obama supporter? I've never quite understood this.


where did I say that they were?
please, direct your response to palin's comment and the false presidential IDs please
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posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 01:36 PM
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Originally posted by Danbones

Originally posted by captaintyinknots
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What is it that makes you people think that if someone criticizes Palin, they are automatically an Obama supporter? I've never quite understood this.


where did I say that they were?
please, direct your response to palin's comment and the false presidential IDs please
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I dont care what palin says. She could tell me the sky is blue, i'd still look up to double check. Same with Obama. Thats what you all are missing here.

I dont get into the birther game, thanks. Id rather focus on the treason he has committed, than a silly runaround based on pedantic arguments.





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