View Poll Results: Do you want Sarah Palin to become a member of Congress?

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  • Yes, Sarah Palin would be a positive addition to the US House or Senate

    20 15.27%
  • No, Sarah Palin would be a negative addition to the US House/Senate

    96 73.28%
  • Maybe, depending who are the other candidates

    4 3.05%
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Thread: Should Sarah Palin become a member of Congress?

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    Re: Should Sarah Palin become a member of Congress?

    Quote Originally Posted by CRUE CAB View Post
    Yes it would be a good thing. But then we end up with Uncle Joe.
    Would ending up with Uncle Joe be a bad thing?
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    Re: Should Sarah Palin become a member of Congress?

    Quote Originally Posted by longview View Post
    She would represent the constituency who elected her just as good as say
    Sheila Jackson Lee represents her constituency.
    If she Bashes the President, perhaps that too is representative of her constituency.
    What would she do about immigration, jobs, healthcare?
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    Re: Should Sarah Palin become a member of Congress?

    Quote Originally Posted by Carleen View Post
    What would she do about immigration, jobs, healthcare?
    Her job if she was elected as a Representative would be to represent the views of the people who elected her.
    We hope her position on such subjects would reflect those of her constituency, no more, no less.

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    Re: Should Sarah Palin become a member of Congress?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lutherf View Post
    I'd love to have her run for McCain's seat. It would be worth it just to see the AZGOP soil themselves trying to get rid of her.
    Not sure which of the two would be worse at that point.

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    Re: Should Sarah Palin become a member of Congress?

    Even if I was a conservative living in Alaska...there's no way I'd want her as my representative. She left office early as Gov and there's no doubt she does what's best for Sarah Palin. Sometimes it's useful having a national figure representing your state but in this case, I wouldn't want her.
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    Re: Should Sarah Palin become a member of Congress?

    Quote Originally Posted by Declan View Post
    I will vote yes when your poll appears, but only because I don't think Ginsburg is ever going to keel over so we can put Sarah on the bench.
    Sarah Palin doesn't belong on the bench, she doesn't have the background.
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    "Fly-over" country voted, and The Donald is now POTUS.

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    Re: Should Sarah Palin become a member of Congress?

    Quote Originally Posted by shrubnose View Post
    Sarah Palin needs to stick to her current job, spreading BS.

    It's the one that fits her talents.
    Dang shrub, that singular talent put someone in the White House, why not the House or Senate?

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    Re: Should Sarah Palin become a member of Congress?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mycroft View Post
    I wonder if either of you would apply your same standards to President Obama...you know, the man who quit two (2) government service positions.
    The media is on Obama's cock and propped him up to win the presidency. The media is so much on Obama's cock that Obama could be on video smacking the **** out women and saying "the only thing women are good for is cooking and sucking dick" and the media would pretend the video doesn't exist, mock those who show the video and find a way to spin the video in Obama's favor.

    I'll admit that, for a lot of people, Obama quitting one more job would be considered a good thing.
    Obama quits and Biden takes his place.I do not think that would be any better.
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    Re: Should Sarah Palin become a member of Congress?

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    The media is on Obama's cock and propped him up to win the presidency. The media is so much on Obama's cock that Obama could be on video smacking the **** out women and saying "the only thing women are good for is cooking and sucking dick" and the media would pretend the video doesn't exist, mock those who show the video and find a way to spin the video in Obama's favor.
    Well, whining about the media is all fine and dandy, but I asked about you.

    Obama quits and Biden takes his place.I do not think that would be any better.
    Oh...Biden might not be better than Obama...by anyone's judgment, but he certainly wouldn't be worse.
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    Re: Should Sarah Palin become a member of Congress?

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    Sarah Palin doesn't belong on the bench, she doesn't have the background.
    Neither does that lesbian chick, but hey, whatcha gonna do. There is no requirement that a Justice even be educated in law. We could put anybody up there we wanted, which is why we should have a rotating seat that the citizens get to elect for a 1 year term based on their performance in a competition reality show called "Justice Got Talent."

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