View Full Version : Sarah Palens sincerity confirmed
11-08-2008, 09:17 PM
It greatly pleases me that insane McCain's campaign team is bad-mouthing Sarah Palin. I infer from these vicious attacks against Governor Palin that she really is the genuinely sincere personwhich she appears to be. That is what I wanted to believe from the beginning of her appearance on the campaign trail, but Ibecame a skeptic when she gave assurances to AIPAC that she would be "a friend of Israel." Obviously, she had to say that, or face immediate replacement on the GOP ticket.
In my opinion, Palen might be aformidable challengerin 2012. She, running as the Constitution Party candidate with Chuck Baldwin as her VP, could likely unseat B. Hussein Obama and his Marxist regime.
Although I become ill at the sight of clammy Greta Van Sustern, I will watch her show on Fox News Monday evening at 7:00 p.m. Eastern when she does an hour-long interview with the charming Sarah. It always is best to get the message straight from the horse's mouth.
Onward and upward!
11-10-2008, 11:47 PM
An article entitled "Palin way more popular than McCain despite media hate campaign."
She is enemy #1 to the US "mainstream" media, but the public loves her. Much more than McCain.
A new poll shows that Palin shows that 91% of Republicans have a favorable view of Palin. 65% said very favorable.
Palin has clearly become a threat to the liberal establishment. Though she has flaws from a nationalist point of view, she is clearly not one of the "elite". The liberal/neocon Republicans who control the Republican inter party are scared that she could lead a coup against them and their cushy well paying jobs would be lost and worst yet real change might come to America.
If liberal/neocon control of the Republican party was lost, the Democrats might face real opposition and be devastated. Letís face it for years the liberal/neocons in the Republican party have been for years manipulating the elections so that the liberal/neocons be they Republican or Democrat or even "independent" wins. How often have the Republicans run a very weaken and often very liberal against a weak democrat, if they run anybody at all, who would have been trounced by a strong conservative candidate.
There is a world of difference between the worldview of a real American like Palin and the beltway establishment. Though, Palin may not fully understand it there may soon be a full-scale confutation between liberal/neocon coalition and Palin allied to real Americans.
02-17-2009, 02:59 AM
but Ibecame a skeptic when she gave assurances to AIPAC that she would be "a friend of Israel." Obviously, she had to say that, or face immediate replacement on the GOP ticket.
That is where I disagree, she didn't have</span> to say that at all nor does she have</span> to have an Israeli flag in her office. She did that because that is how she feels or she doesn't have the backbone to stand up.
I even have my trouble with Dr. Paul at times, however I will give him the fact that he wouldn't back McAmnesty and said on several occasions on national TV that even in the longshot he was asked to be VP he would turn him down because they were polar opposites.
Palin is just a fresh face, she isn't our friend or the savior of our party.
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