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    Re: Palin: 'I'm engaged in the internal deliberations' for 2012 run

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    Bristol is becoming a celebrity in her own right.



    Still doesn't mean it's classy.
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    Re: Palin: 'I'm engaged in the internal deliberations' for 2012 run

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    Real classy there you bringing her childeren into it. Tell you what. I see her not running this giddy schoolgirl nonsense exhibited in this thread is just a sad example of how low we sunk as a country when it comes to politics.
    Giddy school girl nonsense kind of like how conservatives (and you) were giggling like school girls at the idea of watching MSNBC on election night expecting to see Olberman and Maddow cry on tv? I agree, our discourse in this country is a sad sight.

    Bristol signed up for dancing with the stars. That makes her a semi celebrity and just like all the other pseudo celebrities people might actually mention her name. I don't want to personally attack her because I don't think she's done anything to be attacked for, but if she wants to avoid criticism then going on tv and publicizing yourself isn't the best way to do it and I'm sure she knew that and thought it out before she signed up.

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    Re: Palin: 'I'm engaged in the internal deliberations' for 2012 run

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    Giddy school girl nonsense kind of like how conservatives (and you) were giggling like school girls at the idea of watching MSNBC on election night expecting to see Olberman and Maddow cry on tv? I agree, our discourse in this country is a sad sight.

    One is entertainment, or are maddow and olberman serious news folks to you?


    Bristol signed up for dancing with the stars. That makes her a semi celebrity and just like all the other pseudo celebrities people might actually mention her name. I don't want to personally attack her because I don't think she's done anything to be attacked for, but if she wants to avoid criticism then going on tv and publicizing yourself isn't the best way to do it and I'm sure she knew that and thought it out before she signed up.


    Right, sure, whatever excuse you need. I'm not a fan of palin, but these palin a day threads grow more idiotic by the minute.
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    Re: Palin: 'I'm engaged in the internal deliberations' for 2012 run

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    But if she still happens to win the primary would you
    a) vote for her?
    b) vote for Obama?
    c) vote for third party if there is one?
    d) stay home?

    I'd vote for her and I'd do whatever I could to help her win. I just hope I don't have to make that choice.
    I disagree with Obama on some political issues.

    I disagree with Palin, period.

    I'd love to see 'the first female' president - but that is NOT more important to me than choosing someone who at least will *try* to lead our country in the right direction.

    Unlike many people, however, who now admittedly voted for Obama "because I wanted to see the historical event happen" - I actually have a method to my madness and who I choose as my candidate - and why I choose them.
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    Re: Palin: 'I'm engaged in the internal deliberations' for 2012 run

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    Real classy there you bringing her childeren into it. Tell you what. I see her not running this giddy schoolgirl nonsense exhibited in this thread is just a sad example of how low we sunk as a country when it comes to politics.
    Bristol Palin is not a ****ing "child" anymore. She's 20 years old, has a full time job, a 2 year old kid and was almost married twice. By the standards of anybody who isn't completely dishonest she stopped being a ****ing "child" a long time ago. All this feigned outrage whenever the most prominent black sheep in Palin's campaign gets brought up is ridiculous. She can be used for ads, but she can't be criticized or made fun of. She can become an unwed pregnant mother at 18 and nobody can point out the hypocrisy of her becoming an abstinence spokes person. You really should keep it in perspective Rev. It's not like Bristol Palin is one of those Jackson kids or something. It's not like she's kept behind wraps and not allowed to speak. She clamors for the same attention her mother does. She's fair game.
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    Re: Palin: 'I'm engaged in the internal deliberations' for 2012 run

    You don't know if she's really running, but it sure creates a wonderful reaction by the left.
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    Re: Palin: 'I'm engaged in the internal deliberations' for 2012 run

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    You don't know if she's really running, but it sure creates a wonderful reaction by the left.
    We are more than helpful in that way.
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    Re: Palin: 'I'm engaged in the internal deliberations' for 2012 run

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    Real classy there you bringing her childeren into it. Tell you what. I see her not running this giddy schoolgirl nonsense exhibited in this thread is just a sad example of how low we sunk as a country when it comes to politics.
    Not just your country, ReverendHellHound. It's becoming like this all over the English speaking democracies.

    Someone will say that Sarah Palin is stupid and others will, remarkably, send their Thanks. This is how politically illiterate many people have become.

    Compare Sarah Palin's life and accomplishments with these people who claim she isn't smart and they'll be quickly humiliated. Put any of them in a one on one with her and the same thing will happen..

    The fact is that Sarah Palin has excelled in every endeavor in which she has become involved, while losers on minimum wage say she lacks smarts.. These dittohead posters don't have a clue, and their situation is unlikely to improve..

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    Re: Palin: 'I'm engaged in the internal deliberations' for 2012 run

    Quote Originally Posted by roughdraft274 View Post
    Giddy school girl nonsense kind of like how conservatives (and you) were giggling like school girls at the idea of watching MSNBC on election night expecting to see Olberman and Maddow cry on tv? I agree, our discourse in this country is a sad sight.

    Bristol signed up for dancing with the stars. That makes her a semi celebrity and just like all the other pseudo celebrities people might actually mention her name. I don't want to personally attack her because I don't think she's done anything to be attacked for, but if she wants to avoid criticism then going on tv and publicizing yourself isn't the best way to do it and I'm sure she knew that and thought it out before she signed up.
    She's a lovely young woman having fun and enjoying her moment of fame.

    What's the big deal???

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    Re: Palin: 'I'm engaged in the internal deliberations' for 2012 run

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    What's the big deal???
    Well the experts on the show who know more about this than me seem to feel her dancing sucks bigtime.
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