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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by Liz Peeps View Post
    Sarah Palin is a foolish woman and having QUIT in the middle of a job is shameful. She should be ashamed and her apologists should be embarrassed for their blind support of such a terrible public servant.
    When are you people going to have a candidate that can win something. We're waiting.....
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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    I notice the criticism here is coming from phoney conservatives and closet liberals. Credibility is zero; opinion irrelevant.
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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    When are you people going to have a candidate that can win something. We're waiting.....
    This left me scratching my head....huh? What was I thinking, of course McCain/Palin won last November...and Santa Clause is true.

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    I notice the criticism here is coming from phoney conservatives and closet liberals. Credibility is zero; opinion irrelevant.
    So you alone can judge who can be a conservative and who is not? Duh, no wonder the Republican party is a god damn mess, you are all bent more on eating your own. Quote incredible of you to impeach so many people that have long bore the standard of conservatism. So Christopher Buckley, Peggy Noonan, David Frum, David Brooks, Kathleen Parker, George Will, etc.. are all phony conservatives?

    The question you need to ask is not whether these individual are conservatives or not, but why they are so opposed to this one individual Palin. But what the hell, I am a Lib, and as such fully support Palin for 2012! Wooohoo...
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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    and yet another Palin thread.


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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by NortheastCynic View Post
    If it is true that Governor Palin's 'higher power' is a Presidential run then I gave the woman too much credit when she initially quit. I didn't believe that even she was foolish enough to believe that this abdication will aid her 2012 prospects. Then again, I never have seen her as a serious candidate for any kind of Federal office anyway.

    Dear GOP,
    We need an opposition party in this country, please, for the love of Jesus/Buddha/Yaweh/Shiva'a/Confucius do not nominate this woman as your Presidential candidate.

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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    The Liberals hope Palin's credibility is totally shot.
    This is an easy fallback position, but I'm not a liberal. I'm a fiscal conservative. Remind me again how this is all about the liberals hating on Palin...

    Palin had some credibility, and could have gotten more by completing a successful term as governor. She failed to do so.

    Frankly, as a professional woman, I find her an embarrassment. I'm absolutely shocked that there are conservatives out there who take her seriously.
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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    This is an easy fallback position, but I'm not a liberal. I'm a fiscal conservative. Remind me again how this is all about the liberals hating on Palin...

    Palin had some credibility, and could have gotten more by completing a successful term as governor. She failed to do so.

    Frankly, as a professional woman, I find her an embarrassment. I'm absolutely shocked that there are conservatives out there who take her seriously.
    You're a liberal that abhors spending too much. You don't impress me.

    With that said, you basically just called yourself a liar.

    Palin quit because she felt her being Governor was costing Alaska more then it was getting back due to all the hate towards her.

    AS A FISCALLY CONSERVATIVE person, you should applaud her principled choice to save the state millions.

    Instead you parrot Newsweek, NY Times and Huffington post commentary.

    Don't call yourself "fiscally conservative" if it only applies when it's easy for you politically. That's just dishonest.
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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by MrVicchio View Post
    You're a liberal that abhors spending too much. You don't impress me.
    No, dear. I'm a moderate. Remember us? We're the people who aren't part of your koolaid swilling contests. For the record, I'm pro-limits on abortion, hawkish, and pro-limiting government spending. I'm just not homophobic.

    With that said, you basically just called yourself a liar.

    Palin quit because she felt her being Governor was costing Alaska more then it was getting back due to all the hate towards her.
    That's the reason she's given, yes. But, I don't find it plausible, nor do I believe her.

    YOu know how I know Sarah Palin (or for that matter, any other politician) is lying? Her lips are moving.

    AS A FISCALLY CONSERVATIVE person, you should applaud her principled choice to save the state millions.
    As an old-fashioned woman, I say that if you sign up to do a job, you should do it. Sarah Palin had her head turned by hollywood, and has abdicated her responsibility to her constituents. That's not conservative.
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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by sam_w View Post
    This left me scratching my head....huh? What was I thinking, of course McCain/Palin won last November...and Santa Clause is true.
    I wasn't talking to you.


    So you alone can judge who can be a conservative and who is not? Duh, no wonder the Republican party is a god damn mess, you are all bent more on eating your own. Quote incredible of you to impeach so many people that have long bore the standard of conservatism. So Christopher Buckley, Peggy Noonan, David Frum, David Brooks, Kathleen Parker, George Will, etc.. are all phony conservatives?

    The question you need to ask is not whether these individual are conservatives or not, but why they are so opposed to this one individual Palin. But what the hell, I am a Lib, and as such fully support Palin for 2012! Wooohoo...
    No not I alone, but I know it when I see it. I didn't know George Will was a member of this site. I don't believe I quoted anything from George Will.

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    No, dear. I'm a moderate. Remember us? We're the people who aren't part of your koolaid swilling contests. For the record, I'm pro-limits on abortion, hawkish, and pro-limiting government spending. I'm just not homophobic.


    That's the reason she's given, yes. But, I don't find it plausible, nor do I believe her.
    You're certainly entitled to your opinion. BTW, I'll let you know when I meet a moderate on this site.

    YOu know how I know Sarah Palin (or for that matter, any other politician) is lying? Her lips are moving.
    You may quote her lies if you wish.

    As an old-fashioned woman, I say that if you sign up to do a job, you should do it. Sarah Palin had her head turned by hollywood, and has abdicated her responsibility to her constituents. That's not conservative.
    You're welcome to try and make the Hollywood case, right here if you like.
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    Re: Palin says she's not leaving politics

    Quote Originally Posted by Triad View Post
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    Good for her!
    Love her or Hate her she has the reins now.

    One of the only real faces in US politics that people can believe..hopefully even if she isn't personally propelled to President or whatnot..she will help set a tone that will change US politics from the hate based politics of Obama to the politics of 30 years ago .
    Aww...that's too bad. I was hoping she would just disappear. If she helps to set any tone of politics in the US, we're sunk.
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