View Poll Results: Is Palin's political career over?

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Thread: Is Palin's political career over?

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    Re: Is Palin's political career over?

    Palin will continue it inspire the dogmatic far right and the progressive left until the right gives up on her.

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    Re: Is Palin's political career over?

    Quote Originally Posted by hazlnut View Post
    She thinks Africa is a country.
    Further proof you believe anythign anyone on the left tells you to, without checking the facts. You're credibility here lowers with each post you make.

    The Africa thing was a hoax...you were fooled (a fairly simple task it seems).

    http://www.nytimes.com/2008/11/13/ar...in&oref=slogin
    It was among the juicier post-election recriminations: Fox News Channel quoted an unnamed McCain campaign figure as saying that Sarah Palin did not know that Africa was a continent.

    Who would say such a thing? On Monday the answer popped up on a blog and popped out of the mouth of David Shuster, an MSNBC anchor. “Turns out it was Martin Eisenstadt, a McCain policy adviser, who has come forward today to identify himself as the source of the leaks,” Mr. Shuster said.

    Trouble is, Martin Eisenstadt doesn’t exist. His blog does, but it’s a put-on. The think tank where he is a senior fellow — the Harding Institute for Freedom and Democracy — is just a Web site. The TV clips of him on YouTube are fakes.

    And the claim of credit for the Africa anecdote is just the latest ruse by Eisenstadt, who turns out to be a very elaborate hoax that has been going on for months. MSNBC, which quickly corrected the mistake, has plenty of company in being taken in by an Eisenstadt hoax, including The New Republic and The Los Angeles Times.
    Of course, I don't expect you to admit it was a hoax, even with the proof right in front of you. You'll go on and on and on... believing whatever the left tells you, without checking for yourself..... just like they want you to.

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    Re: Is Palin's political career over?

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    Further proof you believe anythign anyone on the left tells you to, without checking the facts. You're credibility here lowers with each post you make.

    The Africa thing was a hoax...you were fooled (a fairly simple task it seems).

    http://www.nytimes.com/2008/11/13/ar...in&oref=slogin


    Of course, I don't expect you to admit it was a hoax, even with the proof right in front of you. You'll go on and on and on... believing whatever the left tells you, without checking for yourself..... just like they want you to.
    I thought she was confused that South Africa was a country...

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    Re: Is Palin's political career over?

    Quote Originally Posted by hazlnut View Post
    Newt has a brain. He misuses it, but he has one.

    She thinks Africa is a country.




    If Palin were to join a think tank, she would be in charge of figuring out if Mamma Grizzlies crap in the woods.

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    Re: Is Palin's political career over?

    Quote Originally Posted by OhIsee.Then View Post
    Palin will continue it inspire the dogmatic far right and the progressive left until the right gives up on her.
    I think the right already has. Pity, it was fun when people actually took her seriously.

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    Re: Is Palin's political career over?

    Palin is her own worst enemy, shoots herself in the foot every time she opens her mouth. That's too much political baggage to overcome, especially if the media revisits her questionable antics when she was governor.

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