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... but does the thought of Sarah Palin trying again thrill anyone other than Tina Fey?

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morgaath wrote:
Nov. 8th, 2008 06:23 am (UTC)
I would be interested to see what Palin could do if they really just turned her loose.

Let her spend the next 4 years talking to every reporter, answering the hard questions, and fully spell out her platform. Maybe hold 50-100 town hall meetings between now and then, so that the people can ask her questions and really get to know her.

I am interested in hearing detailed reports from her on energy, special needs children, being a working mom, and teen pregnancy.

What are her positions on separation of church and state, constitutional law, same sex marriage, immigration, the economy, internet neutrality, foreign affairs, and evolution?
polarisdib wrote:
Nov. 8th, 2008 07:43 am (UTC)
Nah, it's just predictable. She's going to have to clean up her image, though... and that won't be easy with Tina Fey.

--DiB
only1opinion wrote:
Nov. 8th, 2008 12:43 pm (UTC)
I don't, personally, believe that Palin cost McCain the Presidency. I believe that Obama's platform of hope did a fine job on its own. That said, I don't believe that Palin helped McCain's chances, either. Her incoherent non-answers to questions, her strong beliefs that she seemed incapable of giving information to support, and her overall inability to answer more probing questions than she obviously expected to be asked, made her look foolish on many occasions. She reminded me of a friend who says, "That's not what I learned in school (20 years ago), so I can't believe it's true."

Is it possible that she can get past these issues, not to mention the obvious problems within the GOP, to come back for the Presidency? I don't think so. While the interest in her may fade, the American people don't forget, we just put aside what is not important at that time. I'd be curious how many of the people who voted for McCain did so, DESPITE Palin as Vice Presidential candidate, not because she was running with him.

Personally, I don't think excited is a word most of us would use about Palin. I must admit, however, she did give me some opportunities to break out popcorn for a funny evening.
beavis_the_wise wrote:
Nov. 8th, 2008 09:20 pm (UTC)
I'd be ecstatic to see Palin running in 2012. Can you imagine how funny that election would be compared to this one? It would be no contest by the way. There's no way in God's name she could win the Republican nomination. We got people who think she should run in 2012, and we got people who think she cost McCain the White House. Sounds to me like the divided Republican Party can do better than that worthless "hockey mom."

My guess.... Mitt Romney.
ladylynx wrote:
Nov. 13th, 2008 06:11 am (UTC)
With Romney's record, he's really just another RINO. His good looks don't impress me.
breckrealestate wrote:
Nov. 9th, 2008 04:22 am (UTC)
She gave us one Democratic victory--I look forward to many more, each time she runs.
kofferfraulein wrote:
Nov. 9th, 2008 05:21 pm (UTC)
I love the idea of a female president, but I don't want her elected just because she's a woman.
She sould be elected because she is a good leader & a perfect represetative.

Sarah Palin, in my opinion, is niether. Especially that comment she made about Africa being a country not a continent, really screwed her over
navygrlf14 wrote:
Nov. 13th, 2008 09:49 pm (UTC)
That'd screwed her over?

I highly doubt that it would be someone's deciding factor that she wasn't sure about Africa.
greendemqueen wrote:
Nov. 10th, 2008 07:36 pm (UTC)
NO!! She will take away my rights as a woman! That is NOT ok with me!
navygrlf14 wrote:
Nov. 13th, 2008 09:50 pm (UTC)
and you take away the rights of future Americans by killing them!
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purfectlymesdup wrote:
Nov. 11th, 2008 02:06 am (UTC)
I would love it. PALIN '12

A much better choice for the position.
Dare I say ExPeRiEnCe?
jhubert wrote:
Nov. 12th, 2008 05:40 am (UTC)
I'm very, very worried about it, and have posted my thoughts on this here.
realcashgifter wrote:
Nov. 12th, 2008 05:58 pm (UTC)
lol
thats almost mean

___sixtilsunday wrote:
Nov. 12th, 2008 10:17 pm (UTC)
I don't think I can yell "no" loud enough.
reality_hammer wrote:
Nov. 13th, 2008 05:57 am (UTC)
It thrills everyone who loves America.

It thrills everyone who thinks women can do as well as men in the White House.

It thrills everyone who supports equality.

It thrills everyone who knows Governor Palin as she is and not as some parody constructed by a hate-filled, misogynistic, anti-American "journalist".

Thanks for asking!
ladylynx wrote:
Nov. 13th, 2008 06:02 am (UTC)
I think she's wonderful. At least she's a real conservative and this country needs more(not less) of that. McCain is a milquetoast leftist, just as bought as Obama. Stay tuned. She's been giving a lot of interviews lately and she's doing remarkably well.
navygrlf14 wrote:
Nov. 13th, 2008 08:07 am (UTC)
Biased much?


You worship Obama and hate on Palin.


What a great community.
geah wrote:
Nov. 13th, 2008 10:07 am (UTC)
Don't want to bring you down, but has anyone other than your mom thought about what an asshole you are?
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