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    Re: Who is sick of hearing about Sarah Palin

    Quote Originally Posted by megaprogman View Post
    Well for me it is two things.
    I tend not to be truly attracted to someone unless I like their personality. Also, I like thick (not fat) women.
    By my standards, Palin's pretty thick.

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    Re: Who is sick of hearing about Sarah Palin

    Quote Originally Posted by 1069 View Post
    By my standards, Palin's pretty thick.
    More like Sir Mix-a-lot's idea of thick.

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    Re: Who is sick of hearing about Sarah Palin

    I'm sick of hearing about Sarah Palin for the blatant double standard that exists around her when compared to Obama on academic grounds and achievements.

    It is taboo to call out a person who went to some underfunded school in the middle of nowhere, popped out kids the way TLC families do, was a cheap prom queen and is for most purposes culturally illiterate.

    It is just fine to go after Obama for being well educated, not a redneck and going to a school most people in America wouldn't have the family connections or grades to get into.

    Not being a redneck is a sin in this country.
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    Re: Who is sick of hearing about Sarah Palin

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    I'm sick of hearing about Sarah Palin for the blatant double standard that exists around her when compared to Obama on academic grounds and achievements.

    It is taboo to call out a person who went to some underfunded school in the middle of nowhere, popped out kids the way TLC families do, was a cheap prom queen and is for most purposes culturally illiterate.

    It is just fine to go after Obama for being well educated, not a redneck and going to a school most people in America wouldn't have the family connections or grades to get into.

    Not being a redneck is a sin in this country.
    Obama is book smart but there is a whole lot of smarts he doesn't have. Just look at what he is doing to international relations.

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    Re: Who is sick of hearing about Sarah Palin

    Frankly I'd be glad to stop talking about her, if you liberals could leave the topic alone for one full day...

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    Re: Who is sick of hearing about Sarah Palin

    Sarah who?

    It's GREAT to be me. --- "45% liberal/55% conservative"
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    Re: Who is sick of hearing about Sarah Palin

    Quote Originally Posted by megaprogman View Post
    Well for me it is two things.
    I tend not to be truly attracted to someone unless I like their personality. Also, I like thick (not fat) women.
    Who am I to dispute what you find attractive

    I don't know her personally but I guess I could claim that when I was single girls I wanted to sleep with were not necessarily ones I'd want to live with or father children by.



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    Re: Who is sick of hearing about Sarah Palin

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    I'm sick of hearing about Sarah Palin for the blatant double standard that exists around her when compared to Obama on academic grounds and achievements.

    It is taboo to call out a person who went to some underfunded school in the middle of nowhere, popped out kids the way TLC families do, was a cheap prom queen and is for most purposes culturally illiterate.

    It is just fine to go after Obama for being well educated, not a redneck and going to a school most people in America wouldn't have the family connections or grades to get into.

    Not being a redneck is a sin in this country.
    I find this interesting because the libs always claim they are for the small guy and against "legacies" aristocrats, bluebloods but when it comes to their politicians they want those Ivy leaguers --even ones who got in under suspicious circumstances (HTF did Ted Kennedy get into UVA law school or even sit for the bar) and they really love intellectual nobodies who go to rich schools for stupid kids-like Pelosi and Sebellus (Trinity College-rich stupid catholic girls finishing school)

    yet they bash someone who comes from a lower middle class family and has to go to public schools.

    Palin certainly didn't have any affirmative action getting through college. That her father was a school administrator with several kids sort of guaranteed she wasn't going to a 50K a year school



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    Re: Who is sick of hearing about Sarah Palin

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    I find this interesting because the libs always claim they are for the small guy and against "legacies" aristocrats, bluebloods but when it comes to their politicians they want those Ivy leaguers --even ones who got in under suspicious circumstances (HTF did Ted Kennedy get into UVA law school or even sit for the bar) and they really love intellectual nobodies who go to rich schools for stupid kids-like Pelosi and Sebellus (Trinity College-rich stupid catholic girls finishing school)

    yet they bash someone who comes from a lower middle class family and has to go to public schools.
    I don't know which 'Libs' you're talking about but as far as I'm concerned, the 'little guy' is not just some farmer in Alabama or some snow pusher in Alaska. The proverbial 'little guy' as he is known in America now works in big cities and even holds a white collar job. 80% of this country lives in cities. Do you honestly think that the 20% that don't are the only 'little guys' in this country? No. Even lawyers are "little guys" in this country today. Putting aside your weird notion of what it means to be a 'little guy' nowadays:

    A person going to an Ivy League school does not make them a blueblood anymore than having a cup of tea makes you British. What my post referred to - and I know you missed it because well you're not very good at extrapolation - was the American Right's near monopoly on ignorance.

    This stronghold can be seen election after election. Electing somebody who's intelligence is demonstrated in their speeches, work etc is taboo. Electing a person who does not believe in mysticism, doesn't know how to use a plow and honestly could care less about the process that goes into growing livestock? Taboo.

    While political movements of any ideology always attempt to defend a target demographic like 'the little guy', the political system demands people who know how it works to make any ideological demands happen.

    Palin certainly didn't have any affirmative action getting through college. That her father was a school administrator with several kids sort of guaranteed she wasn't going to a 50K a year school
    And this last paragraph proves my point. Palin gets to university, it is to be commended and not looked down upon. It is to be commended. The son of a single mother gets to an Ivy League, it is the fault of Affirmative Action because we all know you're too scared to say that you that it is because he's - gasp - black. You're not making any relevant statements about your thoughts on race Mr. Silent Majority.
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    Re: Who is sick of hearing about Sarah Palin

    That is really interesting but trying to depict Obama as being disadvantaged is pathetic

    Someon like Palin overcame much more than Obama yet he is the one who got affirmative action

    I can tell you honestly that the chances of a white man getting into harvard law with a 3.2 or lower average from Columbia during the Era that Obama applied to law school is rather slim. Not one White Male with less than Magna Cum Laude in my class at Yale was accepted into harvard law. Not one. and those with Magna still were less likely to be admitted than rejected. At summa cum laude you finally had a better than even chance.

    Obama didn't even make Honors at Columbia



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