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    I didn't really like her at first, but I'm rethinking my opinion. I love the fact that she doesn't bow down. Good stuff imo.

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/politico/200...politico/26078

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    RR this pleases me! I know that you didn't have much confidence in her before. I hope she starts opening others eyes too.
    She has been underestimated by the masses imho.



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    I think the dems have bitten off more than they can chew with her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ms Understood View Post
    RR this pleases me! I know that you didn't have much confidence in her before. I hope she starts opening others eyes too.
    She has been underestimated by the masses imho.
    I knew you would like this.

    I love the fact that she refuses to back down from her feelings/opinions. Takes a lot of courage to hold your ground. Good for her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RvRrat View Post
    I knew you would like this.

    I love the fact that she refuses to back down from her feelings/opinions. Takes a lot of courage to hold your ground. Good for her.
    I love that you see that, if you can, based on past posts, others can for sure!

    I really hope to see her run head to head with Billary......take the biatch out..LOL



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    I honestly think at this point in time Palin is far more effective out of office. She was hindered repeatedly as Gov by having to fight the frivolous charges against her and frankly the job didn't allow the time to do what she can do best, get in front of the American people and motivate them with her spirit and intelligent views.

    The Left actually blew it big by their ongoing harrassment. She now can stay in front of a camera and deliver the message of freedom and the exposure of Obamunism. I'd love to see her get a regualr TV show where she can immediately react to the ongoing events. She can build the movement needed to quell the country's attack from within.

    When Sarah speaks people listen. They listen to her more and better than most anyone else and that is what is needed to organize and to fight back. Her involvement also shows just because she left office, she isn't a quitter. She is more of a strategist that now can build a power base, make some real money, and one day run for office with a whole lot more steam. She's young and she's got the time to be around to help this country for a lot of years.
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    Palin understands how government controlled healthcare will continue to infringe on people rights and freedom. Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, Obama's health care advisor and Rahm's brother writes prioritizing the young over the old is not discrimination. His writings indicates those between 15 and 65 should receive priority over those who are infants or elderly simply because the are more productive to society. I thought this was just kind of thinking was only found in sci-fi films, but apparently this administration is buying into age discrimination and a persons worth to society as being an acceptable measure for how much government mandated healthcare a person receives. The Obama pukes scare me more an more each day. Just the thought of the Federal Government continually re-writing healthcare rules year after year is very disturbing. When was the last time the Federal Government actually gave any freedom and control back to the people? Never!

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    Some other enlightening excerpts form an interview with this Emanuel idiot!

    http://www.pbs.org/now/news/315.html

    BRANCACCIO: This seems a little shocking if you add the ten percent to the nine percent sales tax they're already charging in California. Nineteen percent sales tax.

    DR. EMANUEL: Well, but—remember what you get for that. So—your wages should increase—because you're no longer paying—your employer is no longer paying for you health insurance, and should transfer that money to your salary increase. And there is this benefit of guaranteed healthcare. The overall—and your—by the way, your state taxes should go down if Medicaid is no longer part of the state—budget demand. So all of those things—should—we're not demanding any more money devoted to healthcare. We're just shifting how we get it.


    person could buy some really "souped" up coverage that a poorer person could not get access to. There'd be this basic inequality.

    DR. EMANUEL: You don't think that happens now? From a practical standpoint, the rich can always buy. It seems to me the ethical question, the question of justice, is are people getting a good basic benefits package? And is—the—is everyone getting that?

    It is not required, I don't think, from an ethical standpoint, from a matter of justice, for that government to provide everything that could possibly be—be done for everybody in the country. We would go bankrupt.

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    This new Socialist Utopia dreamed up is truly an amazing thing. All the politicians sitting around telling everyone how they shall act and how they shall be allowed to live, or not. Meanwhile the Pols are on a whole different program that the people are paying for and they can and will do as they please.

    I think I'll pass on the plan and I believe the "real" majority of American people will also pass on the plan. Sorry Barry. Round up your band of merry idiots and take your "dreams" back to Kenya or wherever....you're not welcome here. You won an election, not the country.
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    The biggest POS I saw was last night. 2 bus loads of Acorn lowlifes roll in on a town hall meeting in PA. They get there early to crowd out the locals in the meeting hall. The one "mouth" says we want the inner city people to be heard; what about us. I say why hasn't their Senator gone to the inner city?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fullup View Post
    Palin understands how government controlled healthcare will continue to infringe on people rights and freedom. Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, Obama's health care advisor and Rahm's brother writes prioritizing the young over the old is not discrimination. His writings indicates those between 15 and 65 should receive priority over those who are infants or elderly simply because the are more productive to society. I thought this was just kind of thinking was only found in sci-fi films, but apparently this administration is buying into age discrimination and a persons worth to society as being an acceptable measure for how much government mandated healthcare a person receives. The Obama pukes scare me more an more each day. Just the thought of the Federal Government continually re-writing healthcare rules year after year is very disturbing. When was the last time the Federal Government actually gave any freedom and control back to the people? Never!
    Like Soylent Green??? Make little green wafers out of the young and old to feed the "productive minions"
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    She was the only one I voted for at the last election, unfortunately she was with John McCain.
    Yesterday on one of the left leaning cable networks the comentator made the coment how the media dragged Palin through the mud during the election. But did very little to John "It's not my child" Edwards, because he was a Democrat.
    Even the left is getting tired of this BS.
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    Since she has balls I think she will eventually step on her dick just like before. Maybe things will change in the next 6 years, but I don't see her as a President, maybe she will go for Senate. Good article btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2manymustangs View Post
    Like Soylent Green??? Make little green wafers out of the young and old to feed the "productive minions"
    Thats the first thing came to my mind, Soylent Green.
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