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Or he's so enamored with Palin he's channeling her thought processes.

You know, the further Palin gets into saying anything about anything, the harder it is to figure out what the fuck she's talking about.

You betcha!

There will soon be (or should be) a book of Palinisms. Long, winding sentences to nowhere...

 

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post #42 of 594
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You betcha!

There will soon be (or should be) a book of Palinisms. Long, winding sentences to nowhere...

Hell, I wouldn't buy it.
post #43 of 594
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Hell, I wouldn't buy it.

I would!

I'd put it on the coffee table right next to my copy of Bushisms!
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post #44 of 594
Just as long as any proceeds from the book's sales in no way benefited anybody remotely close to Palin or her party.

 

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post #45 of 594
Hey, as long as everyone is happy and distracted from Obama sinking this nation into a debt fully eclipsing Bush's debt - so badly that in fact - we may never be able to recover from it without a depression. Bankrupt America - the fastest way to (Edit: Add Canadian) Socialism right?
post #46 of 594
And now stoops even lower.
How is this possible?
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And now stoops even lower.
How is this possible?

How is it possible a Canadian (Socialist country) is commenting on America politics? Is it really that far-fetched that liberals from one country embrace another? Heck, if we become more socialist, you can move here - right?
post #48 of 594
Any credibility you had just evaporated.
post #49 of 594
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Any credibility you had just evaporated.

Like Keynesian economics?
post #50 of 594
Wink at me again and I'll bury you.
post #51 of 594
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Wink at me again and I'll bury you.

Sure, how about it old buddy old pal?

I guess there is just no other way to solve this intellectually. But we already knew this from the meaningless inception of the thread and multiple liberal comments that suddenly pounced upon it.
post #52 of 594
Yeah, and your jumping right in derailing the thread and trying to make it about Obama.

Solve what intellectually?
Where is your self vaunted intellect in this thread?

You are full of self importance yet spew the same crap that the lower level right wingers do.
In other words, you are full of shit.

Go Palin, please run for the republican nomination and win, please.
post #53 of 594
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Yeah, and your jumping right in derailing the thread and trying to make it about Obama.

Solve what intellectually?
Where is your self vaunted intellect in this thread?

You are full of self importance yet spew the same crap that the lower level right wingers do.
In other words, you are full of shit.

Go Palin, please run for the republican nomination and win, please.

Awwww! Come on! I was going to say that!
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post #54 of 594
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Any credibility you had just evaporated.

Well I'm afraid I feel the same way.

Too bad but it's the same all over with what passes for conservatives now days.

They'll be back but I think they'll have to lose a few elections more before they get why they lost last time.

Then they'll be able to form a plan as to recovery. But the same old rhetoric won't cut it anymore. No one's buying it.
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post #55 of 594
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Awwww! Come on! I was going to say that!

Yeah, you'll thank me when I've been disappeared.

Thin skinned whiny freepers.
post #56 of 594
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Yeah, and your jumping right in derailing the thread and trying to make it about Obama.

Like how liberals derail threads about how its Bush?

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Solve what intellectually?

There really isn't anything to solve for a hard line liberal. Their based on ideology after all.

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Where is your self vaunted intellect in this thread?

Not sure where to display it. Nothing intellectual has been said by the left yet. This whole thread started with the liberals mindlessly partying.

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You are full of self importance yet spew the same crap that the lower level right wingers do.

Just as the left wingers spoil intellectual discussion/threads?

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In other words, you are full of shit.

Oh no - that was really burying of you. Oh no.

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Go Palin, please run for the republican nomination and win, please.

I am currently hoping for Romney and Huckabee to resolve their differences (or at least put them aside) to work together for a 2012 ticket. Palin should come in after that with a few years before hand in the Senate.
post #57 of 594
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Well I'm afraid I feel the same way.

Too bad but it's the same all over with what passes for conservatives now days.

They'll be back but I think they'll have to lose a few elections more before they get why they lost last time.

Then they'll be able to form a plan as to recovery. But the same old rhetoric won't cut it anymore. No one's buying it.

Carter 2012. Oops, I mean Obama. Well, same thing. I'm sure the same repeated failed policies will suddenly work - we'll just have to anxiously see if the American people are screwed again.
post #58 of 594
Rumor has it that Palin was one of Sanford's dalliances.
http://www.democraticunderground.com...ss=389x5981169

Now that would be hilarious.
post #59 of 594
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Rumor has it that Palin was one of Sanford's dalliances.
http://www.democraticunderground.com...ss=389x5981169

Now that would be hilarious.

Dunno, strangers things has happened.
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If I say that it appears to me as if Talon has been drinking heavily since Palin's presser....











is that an ad-hom?
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post #61 of 594
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In all seriousness, though... there are rumblings that Sarah may have come down with a bad case of Ted Stevens Disease:

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here's the scoop on that problem she might be having to come forth soon--get this--like Ted Stevens, she also had 'contractor' buddies help her refurbish a house, using the same materials that had been used in the Wasilia ice hockey sports center she demanded to be built. Here's the scoop--not sure if it's correct or not, but here it is for what it's worth:
EXCLUSIVE: PALIN RESIGNATION 'DAMAGE CONTROL' FOR COMING 'ICEBERG SCANDAL' ... MORE: EMBEZZLEMENT INDICTMENTS COMING?
UPDATED: Alaskan reporter Shannyn Moore offers The BRAD BLOG hints about reasons for Alaska Gov's resignation

FURTHER UPDATE: Sources say embezzlement scandal, federal indictments may soon break concerning use of Wasilla Sport Complex building materials for Palin's home...

Speculation about 'another shoe to drop' came right away:

Something else is going on here above and beyond what she's saying, though I don't know what yet. Josh Marshall seems to agree, noting in his "first signs of what happened" coverage:
[T]his clearly happened so quickly that Palin hasn't even had a chance to come up with a coherent cover story for her resignation. ... Remember that based on the public record, Palin is a wildly unethical public official, guilty at a minimum of numerous instances of abusing her authority as governor. And a lot of very damaging information has come out about her in the last few days --- though mainly embarrassing information about her character rather than new evidence of bad acts. I would not be surprised if this latest round of revelations shook something else loose that we haven't heard about yet."

FURTHER UPDATE: Okay, I've now been able to get independent information from multiple sources that all of this precedes what are said to be possible federal indictments against Palin, concerning an embezzlement scandal related to the building of Palin's house and the Wasilla Sports Complex built during her tenure as Mayor. Both structures, it is said, feature the "same windows, same wood, same products." Federal investigators have been looking into this for some time, and indictments could be imminent, according to the Alaska sources.

http://www.bradblog.com/?p=7280
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post #62 of 594
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If I say that it appears to me as if Talon has been drinking heavily since Palin's presser....

is that an ad-hom?

Ask Trumptman, he is the best I've seen at spotting those and reasoning through them.

However, it does make you something.
post #63 of 594
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Ask Trumptman, he is the best I've seen at spotting those and reasoning through them.

However, it does make you something.

Best at what?
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Best at what?

Intellectual discussion - something that you are incapable of - merely avoidance and childish responses of "well that's just your opinion."
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Intellectual discussion - something that you are incapable of - merely avoidance and childish responses of "well that's just your opinion."

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something that you are incapable of

Oh, oh! That sounds like an ad-hom! I guess trumptman's talent didn't rub off on you?

By the way this is just your opinion also.

I know you gotta have the last word so go right ahead!
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post #66 of 594
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Oh, oh! That sounds like an ad-hom! I guess trumptman's talent didn't rub off on you?

You want trumptman, go get trumptman. Right now your directing your liberal noise at me, Talon8472. Don't tell me liberal politics has blinded you that badly yet.
post #67 of 594
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I know you gotta have the last word so go right ahead!

Technically, I gave you the last word in our other thread. I realized that you couldn't recognize anything called a "fact" and only see opinions where-ever you go. Why don't you go ahead and respond to this, I know you want to.
post #68 of 594
Saw somewhere online that some people were setting off fireworks and flying their Alaskan flags high, the day before the 4th. Somebody was happy with the announcement!

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According to some reads, she couldn't handle the bloggers and partisanship blah blah blah. She would never be able to handle being VP or P, so her career must be over, except for the speech circuit, where she will rake in tons of dough talking to crowds of Joe the Plumbers.

Palin's Bailin'

 

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post #69 of 594
Good riddance!

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post #70 of 594
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I'm really looking forward to the spin the Republicans, Faux and Palin supporters are going to put on this and how they are going to attack anybody who opposes her

"liberal" media
socialist
blah blah blah ad nauseum

and rapidly make this entire topic (and thread) a discussion of our current POTUS and how bad he is blah blah blah.

Hmm...you mean like this guy?

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Either Sarah Palin is leaving the people of Alaska high and dry to pursue her long-shot national political ambitions or she simply can't handle the job now that her popularity has dimmed and oil revenues are down, said the DNCs Brad Woodhouse. Either way her decision to abandon her post and the people of Alaska who elected her continues a pattern of bizarre behavior that more than anything else may explain the decision she made today.
http://www.politico.com/news/stories...xzz0KIIyRRaI&D

I mean, I realize this is politics, but that is really horrible. A Democrat resigns and it's hailed as a selfless, courageous act.
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post #71 of 594
Joe the Plumber joins AI. Joy.
post #72 of 594
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Palin's Sailin'..... off into the sunset - she's resigning as Governor.

Palin's Bailin'.... on the citizens of Alaska.

Perhaps she is resigning ahead of some juicy scandal that has yet to be revealed?

She resigned in order to concentrate on a bid for the presidency in 2012. However, she will end up doing porn.
post #73 of 594
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Rumor has it that Palin was one of Sanford's dalliances.
http://www.democraticunderground.com...ss=389x5981169

Now that would be hilarious.

Join in Joe the Plumber and we have the next threesome porn scene!
post #74 of 594
Reading the fallout over her resignation is pretty funny, especially how her supporters support her by, well, not saying anything good about her but trying desperately to keep the attack on the media and Obama. Many critics, on the other hand, have offered well-argued points, often citing her own words and positions.

Add to it her amazing July 4th disappearing act and memo and comedy doesn't get any better.

If she is the best the GOP can put forward, the GOP has some serious problems. Hopefully, her exit will help them learn a little and grow from the experience.


Just read that she will likely easily pull $60,000 per speaking engagement from here on; wow. What happened to that ordinary hockey mom?

 

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post #75 of 594
It's the far far RIGHT WING crazynuts conservative whackos that killed the Republican party.

and it's the far far LEFT WIN crazynuts liberal Democrats that make that party look like idiots.

Moderates are the normal people. Moderates on the Democrat and the Republican sides are the ones who have to suffer through all this media stupidity.

Regardless if you're a Dem or a Rep does ANYONE want to pay high taxes? or lose money in the markets? or suffer through health care woes? or pay too much for anything?

When you're sitting in front of your computer sorting out your bills being a Dem or Rep doesn't mean ISH.
post #76 of 594
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Well I'm afraid I feel the same way.

Too bad but it's the same all over with what passes for conservatives now days.

They'll be back but I think they'll have to lose a few elections more before they get why they lost last time.

Then they'll be able to form a plan as to recovery. But the same old rhetoric won't cut it anymore. No one's buying it.

You guys really shouldn't get carried away. In 2004 pundits were talking permanent republican majorities.

It takes one guy. Reagan or Clinton or some other guy with charisma, a big tent mindset and a bad time for the incumbent where folks are disillusioned.

Fortunately for Democrats, one of the Republicans just pulled a Gary Hart.

I say guy and I mean guy. Palin isn't going to win the nomination for 2012 and if she does she won't win the election. Palin is like the best case scenario for the Dems in 2012.

She's divisive and a lightweight. People who support her actively drive moderate Republicans away.
post #77 of 594
Dowd tore her a new one,

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/05/op...dowd.html?_r=1

Fun read but this caught my attention,
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they had consulted the definition of narcissistic personality disorder in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders a pervasive pattern of grandiosity (in fantasy or behavior), need for admiration, and lack of empathy and thought it fit her perfectly.

Remind you of anyone?
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Remind you of anyone?

It sure does!

I won't say who, though, as it would probably earn me an infraction for the dreaded AD-HOM.
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post #79 of 594
A timely article about this at AICN.

I think what Herc says here is most likely. Palin/FOX news.

http://www.aintitcool.com/node/41606
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It sure does!

I won't say who, though, as it would probably earn me an infraction for the dreaded AD-HOM.

Possibly, but constantly whining ad-hom, sometimes multiple times when replying to a post is as bad as complaining about Jon Stuart, or the left wing media conspiracy or the socialism scare tactic more than one poster constantly brings up and the favorite of mine, stealing my money.

Fucking hell.
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