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    Re: Sarah Palin: Is she spinning her record in Alaska politics?

    Quote Originally Posted by MrVicchio View Post
    Romney won't get it, he's a Big government type, this isn't the time for more of the same fail. You can bad mouth the Tea Party all you want, and you can opine that the GOP Needs to get behind a Candidate that's "moderate". Why? Why the **** shoudl we support someone that doesn't support US.
    This is a perfect example of the idiotic Tea Party scorched-earth demagoguery that is going to lead to a second term for Obama.

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    Re: Sarah Palin: Is she spinning her record in Alaska politics?

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Incognito View Post
    Obama sucks but the Republicans are only interested in Tea Party lunatics, not providing a viable alternative.

    Lesser of two evils isn't a satisfying win, but it's still a win. It worked pretty well for Dubya when the Democrats nominated Kerry. It'll work for Obama, too, unless the Republicans get their heads out of their asses and get behind Romney.



    The undercurrent of the tea party is what America is about.'you strip away the coopting by republicans the pinning the movement on palin and you are left with.

    Lower taxes
    SmallermGovernment
    More accountable reps.

    Who would be against this? This is the foundation that far left and thier ilk like you want to destroy in the name of statism.
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    Re: Sarah Palin: Is she spinning her record in Alaska politics?

    from the rev

    Lower taxes
    SmallermGovernment
    More accountable reps.

    Who would be against this?
    The first two are bumper sticker cliches rendered meaningless without details. The third is begging the question "more accountable to who exactly and how do you do this?".

    While I have nothing against bumper stickers in principle - they make for lousy and lazy public policy.
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    Re: Sarah Palin: Is she spinning her record in Alaska politics?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    No....
    Obviously because if you'd know anything about politics, you believe your candidate has a stronger platform and the others is by default weaker. So a weak oponent is desired on the other side so that their ideas can be implemented. Now, piss off with your "two losers" fortune cookie bull****. You sound like a person who has not a f'n clue as to what politics is.
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    Re: Sarah Palin: Is she spinning her record in Alaska politics?

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    When Obama loses, will he be a static loser?
    apdst adds incoherent babbling to the thread. Good lord. You're like one of those little kids who has not a clue as to what they're discussing but just needs to say something so that somebody will pay attention to them.
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    Re: Sarah Palin: Is she spinning her record in Alaska politics?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    It's sad that one has to hope for a bigger loser so that thier loser wins... This is not the American way.
    Well, the is the argument many Convervatives tried to paint when McCain lost. He's a Moderate-Republican. As such, many people started complaining that the reason they didn't vote for him (if at all) was because:

    1) McCain wasn't Conservative enough; and,

    2) Obama was the lessor of two evils.

    I'm not saying I buy the latter as opposed to the former, but that was the chatter immediately following the 2008 Presidential election.

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    Re: Sarah Palin: Is she spinning her record in Alaska politics?

    I didn't vote for McCain because he was a loser.
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    Re: Sarah Palin: Is she spinning her record in Alaska politics?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    from the rev



    The first two are bumper sticker cliches rendered meaningless without details. The third is begging the question "more accountable to who exactly and how do you do this?".

    While I have nothing against bumper stickers in principle - they make for lousy and lazy public policy.

    The Good Reverend has gone into detailamy times on this topic. Repeating myself here would be an exercise in futility.
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    Re: Sarah Palin: Is she spinning her record in Alaska politics?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    The Good Reverend has gone into detailamy times on this topic. Repeating myself here would be an exercise in futility.
    A good chunk of what almost everybody says here is a variation on the same theme over and over again. When you throw out solutions, it is best to provide details when asked or risk having your ideas dismissed out of hand.
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    Re: Sarah Palin: Is she spinning her record in Alaska politics?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    The undercurrent of the tea party is what America is about.'you strip away the coopting by republicans .
    You strip away the coopting by Republicans, sure. It's hard to take it seriously when you know that most of the people claiming "Tea Party cred" are the same old Republicans that had no problem with deficit spending when it was their idea.


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