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    Re: Palin to make high-profile visit to Iowa

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    You're not even close to right. She left because of unfounded legal attacks and accusations from Leftists were getting very expensive because in Alaska the State won't defend the Governor and she was going broke.

    At least try to get your facts straight.

    Too many maybe a solid hundred people must be watching the two clowns Olbermann, and Mathews and believe their hateful lies and pure BS.
    leftists? many were from registered republican. get your facts straight.

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    Re: Palin to make high-profile visit to Iowa

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    leftists? many were from registered republican. get your facts straight.
    FYI: RINO, refers to a member of the Republican Party of the United States (the GOP) whose political views or actions are perceived as insufficiently conservative or otherwise outside the party mainstream.

    Sorry I should have said Idiots.

    I have decided to explain something.

    Guys who are named William are called Bill.

    Guys who are name Charles are called Chuck.

    Guys who are named Richard invariably turn out to be Dicks.

    Therefore Guys who call themselves Republican who are really RINOS are actually Richards.

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    Re: Palin to make high-profile visit to Iowa

    Quote Originally Posted by Councilman View Post
    FYI: RINO, refers to a member of the Republican Party of the United States (the GOP) whose political views or actions are perceived as insufficiently conservative or otherwise outside the party mainstream.

    Sorry I should have said Idiots.

    I have decided to explain something.

    Guys who are named William are called Bill.

    Guys who are name Charles are called Chuck.

    Guys who are named Richard invariably turn out to be Dicks.

    Therefore Guys who call themselves Republican who are really RINOS are actually Richards.
    i know what a rino is. no need to be rude. andree mcleod is NOT a liberal.

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    Re: Palin to make high-profile visit to Iowa

    Quote Originally Posted by justonemorevoice View Post
    i know what a rino is. no need to be rude. andree mcleod is NOT a liberal.
    Sorry I wasn't calling you a RINO.

    But you missed the whole point the attacks and the cost was what she claimed was her reason for doing as she dis and the estimated $600,000 debt was enough to make sense.

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    Re: Palin to make high-profile visit to Iowa

    Quote Originally Posted by Councilman View Post
    Sorry I wasn't calling you a RINO.

    But you missed the whole point the attacks and the cost was what she claimed was her reason for doing as she dis and the estimated $600,000 debt was enough to make sense.
    im aware of that. im tired of people saying all those evil leftists were lobbying lawsuits on her when in fact the main one was/is andree mcleod and she is not a liberal. btw, thats what she claimed was the reason. imo, she quit so she go on a book tour and make tons a of money....which also should have been used for said lawsuits but i dont think those lawsuits were paid yet.

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    Re: Palin to make high-profile visit to Iowa

    She beat all the accusations as they were pure harassment and as far as I know she not only paid all her bills but has plenty left over, and the money keeps rolling in.

    I think what she did may not have been best for those who voted for her but it was best for her Family at the time.

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    Re: Palin to make high-profile visit to Iowa

    Quote Originally Posted by Councilman View Post
    She beat all the accusations as they were pure harassment and as far as I know she not only paid all her bills but has plenty left over, and the money keeps rolling in.

    I think what she did may not have been best for those who voted for her but it was best for her Family at the time.
    yes, more money is always best for a family. however, i dont think the lawsuits were the reason, more like an excuse. she would have garner alot more respect if she had ridden out the term. she smelled money and trotted after it.

    eta: her lawsuits have not been paid. she is waiting to see if they unfreeze that account that her dupes set up.
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    Re: Palin to make high-profile visit to Iowa

    Quote Originally Posted by Councilman View Post
    FYI: RINO, refers to a member of the Republican Party of the United States (the GOP) whose political views or actions are perceived as insufficiently conservative or otherwise outside the party mainstream.
    So, when Sarah Palin was running the biggest welfare state in the nation, and trying to get federal funds to build a bridge to nowhere... She was sufficiently conservative?

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