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    • wootabega
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 7:27 am
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    Yep, that’s right. There is literally no reason to dislike Palin. It’s all just media brainwashing. That sounds reasonable.

    • Mark
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 7:29 am
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    It’s just like that Get Smart episode, The Groovy Guru, only not funny at all.

  1. Just look at how many people believe Palin said the “I can see Russia from my house” quote. (For any libs reading, it was Tina Fey)

    • Steve T
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 8:39 am
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    Wootabega,
    Before McCain picked her for the VP slot, she had been the most well liked & supported governor in the US. The folks in Alaska know her very well, without the help of the alphabet-soup MSM.

    Sarah Palin is a ‘salt-of-the-earth’ lady, happens to have achieved ALL the things the old women’s lib movement envies; she has had a dynamite career, is good looking, has a great family (no abortions)… but she has committed the mortal sin of not following the liberal-left career path.

    If you disagree, please itemize what policies she has supported, what has she done (exclude the phony, plied-on accusations) that was bad for Alaska-?
    ALL the scores & scores of charges came about AFTER she was picked for VP slot.
    Those are Saul Alinsky techniques at work, shamelessly.

    She still has far more executive experience that Obama, or Biden, put together. [Town council chair, City mayor, 1-1/2 term very successful governor — that is a ton of leadership experience].

    So, what about Palin is ‘bad for America’-?

    • Steve T
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 8:53 am
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    Oops – got distracted.
    EXCELLENT job, Zack.

    There are few examples as concise, of such a crisp, clear manner where a conservative, an elected official, who being beyond the interest of the MSM, was suddenly pounced on by the liberal media, as soon as she was picked to run for a national office slot.
    Recall the hoards of Democrat operatives flying up to Anchorage, right after Palin being picked-?

    As Rush has made clear, repeatedly, the way she has been attacked is an indicator of how threatening Sarah Palin is to the liberal establishment.

    • Manuel Calavera
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 10:07 am
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    So everyone thinks she’s a laughingstock ONLY because McCain picked her as his VP, not for anything else… just that. Is that right Steve? Just making sure I understand you correctly.

    I’m not “itemizing” policies from Alaska, because that’s not the issue here at all and you know it.

    And since I’m thinking about it… salt of the earth is a terrible phrase. Especially since salting the land tends to ruin it, and make it impossible to farm.

    • ikabod
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 10:26 am
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    Sarah is most certainly a threat to liberals. How dare she. Women that are successful need to put family second. Oh and with the battle scars of an abortion she ain’t gonna get no support from NOW! The accusations against her will be part of the many anti-Palin ads we will be seeing from the left. But what could possibly be part of the lefts fear of her?

    1. Does not support Gay marriage. Possibly throw homosexuals into concentration camps.
    2. Will overturn Woe V Wade. And make it illegal to perform abortion.
    3. She’s stupid. Cuz Katie Couric should know… She’s a GENIUS!
    4. Would kill poor people, African Americans, shit any minority would be slaughtered.

    Honestly the liberals non-stop attacks have done quite a bit of damage to her. I don’t think she has a chance in hell of winning in 2012. Furthermore as she ages, the left will go after her looks as well.

    • Steve T
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 10:37 am
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    Manuel,
    Your familiarity with the expression, ‘salt of the earth’ amounts to an ‘F’, on a report card.
    The expression has NOTHING to do with “salting the land”!
    How ridiculous-!

    If your understanding of this very old, simple and traditional expression is so incorrect, how can you presume to manage with subjects far more complicated, like seeing if a politician respects the Constitution-?

    You are not wanting to examine anything about Palins record from Alaska, because it would strongly defeat your political side, issue by issue.

    So, WHAT is the issue, about Palin that makes her ‘bad for America’, or otherwise, not suited to be elected to high office-?

    Your premise she is a “laughingstock” is exactly the Alinsky technique I referred to.

    Have you ever sought to look at the substance of issues and idea’s, why those shallow expressions like “laughingstock” are used instead of certain folks on your political side having the integrity to stand by anything-?

    Those who begin or repeat these expressions are trying to cut off debate and discussion. They are shallow cowards, and they do not respect free speech and are afraid of debating issues on their merits.
    Yellow to the bone.

    When I wrote, or told people that Hillary IS a criminal and a tyrant, I itemized, fact by fact of her background, why her track record was so corrupt.
    Starting with her seriously unethical behavior (deliberately hiding records) while working to impeach Nixon, to cattle-futures, and beyond.
    I invite discussion in these area’s…

    How about you-?

    • ikabod
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 10:38 am
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    Oops!
    Eratta! We all know Palin didn’t get an abortion!:
    “Oh and with the battle scars of an abortion she ain’t gonna get no support from NOW!”
    Should read:
    “Oh and WITHOUT the battle scars of an abortion she ain’t gonna get no support from NOW!”
    My bad.

    She’s not a true woman unless she either supports abortion, or at least had one herself. Why, its a damn resume item!

  2. Chuck is right, Sarah Palin never said she could see Russia from her house.

    Sarah Palin said: “They’re our next-door neighbors, and you can actually see Russia from land here in Alaska, from an island in Alaska.”

  3. There’s additionally no point in ever describing any substantial problems people have with Palin because they will either be ignored, or they will be written off as surely the result of LIBERAL SMEARS BEING MADE UP. It’s really a pretty clever set-up you guys have concocted, cry foul when more facts aren’t provided, then cry foul when facts are provided, because they’re likely from LIBERAL MEDIA SOURCES.

    Hasn’t this discussion already happened repeatedly on this blog?

    • Steve T
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 11:21 am
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    Yep…
    Sometimes Zacks cartoons have overlapping subjects. Go walk through his archives.
    I am looking forward to the next time Teddy-the-punk-Kennedy comes around again.
    That reprobate is/was such a target-rich subject.

    When the Palin subject was last opened up, in response to my same repeated questions, I only saw accusations about Palins faith being “anti-intellectual”, and that she belonged to a church of some extreme and unflattering characteristics.
    Typical anti-Christian bigotry.

    I have YET to see any of you anti-Palin folks state what policy differences you have with the lady.
    A very good example could come from her several years as AK Governor, or being a town mayor.
    She has a very long public record.

    Copy & pasting the laundry-list of phony & false accusations from certain Democrat political hacks does not ‘cut it’.

  4. I have never lived in Alaska. I have never met Governor Palin.

    Any opinion of her I would have would be based on reading about her career, listening to and watching interviews with her, etc. If I mention these things without citing sources, I will be attacked for making things up.

    If I do cite sources, those sources will be called liberal media sources distributing false accusations.

    Congratulations, you have formulated a scenario in which you can never lose.

    Now Steve T. — please prove to me that you’ve never set any dogs on fire.

    • Steve T
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 11:33 am
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    Chris,
    If you presume to play the game of chess, acting like it is checkers, makes for a very short & boring game.

    When have I asked someone to prove a negative-?

    …on second thought, there was that napalm strike I called in on that training range… perhaps some feral dogs were out there.
    Oh well, it would have been a quick demise-!

  5. What chess move is analogous to just responding to your opponent’s every move as AGAINST THE RULES YOU CAN’T DO THAT?

    • ikabod
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 1:49 pm
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    Glen Beck?
    Or was it this?
    http://urbanlegends.about.com/b/2009/09/03/internet-hoax-says-glenn-beck-raped-murdered-young-girl-in-1990.htm

    Another Scarrrry conservative.
    GET EM!
    Smear campaigns are fun!

  6. ikabod:

    Smear campaigns are pretty awesome, I assume that’s why Glenn Beck is so popular and why conservatives love them so much.

    • Big Money
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 1:51 pm
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    Steve T: Palin and the rest of the rapture obsessed Pentacostals are not Christian. They’re a heretical cult whose Bible begins and ends in Revelations, with a minor detour into Leviticus (for gay hatred).

    • ikabod
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 3:04 pm
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    Chris E Smear campaigns are awesome when they are based on actual events.

  7. Given the increasingly dubious understanding of ‘real’ that most conservatives have, I think we are going to have to agree to disagree. Isn’t a “smear” by definition a falsehood? What would a “true” smear campaign be?

  8. Excellent ‘toon. It brings to mind some of the World War II cartoons depicting Axis propaganda being broadcast over Europe and Asia.

    Great one!

    • Manuel Calavera
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 4:21 pm
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    Steve, I know what the phrase means and where it comes from (re: your petty insults regarding my comments about “salf of the earth”.) I still stand by the fact that it’s still a terrible phrase, considering the “salting the land” similarities. Nice try though all the same.

    Tell me some more Alinsky tactics though, please. The only thing I know about the guy is that right-wingers hate him.

    • MethodsitMin
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 4:32 pm
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    Some liberals are totally deranged over Palin who is not a Demonic succubus. For that matter, she’s neither a Savior either.

    The appalling sexism and misogyny over both Hillary Clinton and Palin but particularly over the latter have so turned me off liberalism that I never want to called a liberal again. The sexim and misogyny helped tp push me in voting for McCain/Palin, having never voted for Republicans in my life. That is a legacy of the 2008 election for me.

    http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=NzdiYTliN2MwYmJiNWY4OWVlZTA4ZmIwYzJkMjFjOGI=

    • ikabod
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 5:03 pm
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    Chris E-
    “What would a “true” smear campaign be?”
    Ah good point. I believe it was Nixon who found it wasn’t simply
    good enough to accuse his political opponent of having sex with
    Animals. Its having the accused political opponent have to deny the charge.

  9. Try this, go to Fox News online and cite your articles from there if there are valid points to criticize Palin with. That way you can avoid the ‘demoncrat talking points’ thing. She is not perfect, but she did have more executive experience than either Obama or Biden. And didn’t Clinton govern a rather small state as well before he became president?

    • Big Money
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 6:29 pm
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    She also has more experience quitting an executive position than Obama and Biden.

    • MethodsitMin
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 6:36 pm
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    Big news for Big Money is this-Palin isn’t running for President, the election is 3 years away and it’s the faux Messiah Obama who has to deal with the substantial problems we face now.

    • MethodsitMin
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 6:38 pm
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    Also, your knowlege about what Penteostals believe is profoundly ill informed.

  10. Can’t this criticism work for anything?

    “Look you may not like the comments John Bayner made, but YOUR FAUX MESSIAH OBAMA IS PRESIDENT.”

    “I don’t care what Goldman Sachs executives were paid, YOUR FAUX MESSIAH OBAMA IS PRESIDENT”

    “Look, I may have run over your dog, but YOUR FAUX MESSIAH OBAMA IS PRESIDENT”

    Isn’t that more important than [anything]?

    Though last I checked, it wasn’t a LIBERAL making this Sarah Palin cartoon.

    • Big Money
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 7:21 pm
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    Big news for MethodsitMin: the comic is about Palin and not Obama.

    I attended several services at an Assembly of God church a number of years ago. There was a constant focus on end-times scripture, and on dispensationalism, which is heresy. This focus results in all sorts of evil outcomes, such as distrust of diplomacy, since the anti-christ will be a “peacemaker”, and ecology, since Jesus will be returning to clean up the world any day now.

  11. I must confess, my admiration for Gov. Palin has waned as of late, as I have become aware of the fact that she is a creationist. Huckabee lost me in the 2008 debate as well for the same reason; I don’t want anyone making decisions about science and education policy who doesn’t accept the fact of evolution. Just as I wouldn’t want to see anyone in that same position who doesn’t believe in germ theory or vaccinations (*cough* Bill Mahr *cough*).

    The Republicans need to shed those sorts of fringe-believers and stick with the core of conservatism; smaller government, lesser taxes, more freedom. That doesn’t require abandoning science.

    • Sarah
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 8:58 pm
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    Woah there Joseph, you better be careful saying such liberal things. You don’t want to get purged when the TRUE REPUBLICANS™ take over, do you?

    • Big Money
    • Posted November 20, 2009 at 11:01 pm
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    I was at target and I saw a woman buying Palin’s book. It was the only thing she was buying and she was standing behind three people with full carts in one of two checkout lanes. The open other checkout lane, empty, was an express checkout for <15 items, and staffed by a black girl.

    • MethodsitMin
    • Posted November 21, 2009 at 12:16 am
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    Sorry, Chris-

    The fact of the matter is that Palin is not running for President, that Obama IS President and he is responsible for every decision he makes or doesn’t make and every tainted and corrupt person he chose or choses to put in a postion of power. Maybe he should chose more advsiors who don’t regard Mao as a hero, who haven’t asserted that birth control should be put in the water supply, who aren’t tax cheats or who think 9/11 terrorists should be tried in NYC.

    As far as Obama-faux Messiah-Obama’s entire run for office was predicated on the foundation that he was somehow much bigger than life and the supernatural allusuons were there. When the man himself refered to a “light that will come down from above and you will pull the lever for Obama” (Why refer to kimself in the the person anyway? What’s up with that?), when he says that with his election the “seas will cease to rise”, (and that’s just to name a few of the messianic allusions) many sensible people believe that we were sold a bill of goods on Obama. He’s possibly dangerously narcissistic. Either that or he has something else that’s not quite right with his psychological makeup. This is aseerted not just by me, but “Robin of Berkley” which is the pseudonym of a psychptherapist from Berkeley, CA who writes for “American Thinker”,
    Zack R. was commenting on the irrational hatred of Palin. He neither endorsed her for President nor suggested that she was a Savior Figure.

    As far as Big Money-What is your anecdotal comment supposed to prove-let me guess-all Palin supporters are racists? LOL. As far as your attending “several Pentecostal services a few years ago”-that does not make you an expert on Pentecostalism. I’ve attended several Baptist services several years ago. It doesn’t make me an expert on the Baptists.

    • ikabod
    • Posted November 21, 2009 at 12:18 am
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    “The open other checkout lane, empty, was an express checkout for <15 items, and staffed by a black girl."
    Jeesh Big Money your right! Let me run down the list of folks I have oppressed today! There I was minding my own business riding the bus into work. Flank by no less than 3 Latino women! The bus driver was Caucasian! Then I got off the bus, visited the local coffee shop next to my work…. I was served by another person of color! Then I made it to work, and FUCK! I'll be damned!…. My boss is African American! Our DBA's are Indian! Went to my favorite BBQ joint….. Shit the owner is black! What the hell is going on! Thanks Big Money for helping me to open my eyes. Its like these people are Every where! Ooooooooh Will my oppression EVER END?!
    You better look around Big Money, I know there's more of em! You better do something! Maybe they need your help! Quick! Put em on Gov'ment aide! Hurry! Before its too late! Before they start voting conservative!!!! Noooooooooooooo!

    • Big Money
    • Posted November 21, 2009 at 1:08 am
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    The Republican party is the party of choice for racists. Sorry if you’re sensitive about that. Even if you are not a racist yourself, you support them.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_strategy

    • Big Money
    • Posted November 21, 2009 at 1:24 am
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    Here’s a good article on why Dispensationalism, a cornerstone of Pentecostal churches, is heresy:

    http://www.fisheaters.com/dispensationalism.html

    • ikabodExample. Repub
    • Posted November 21, 2009 at 1:48 am
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    Simply blanketing a statement that republicans are all racist is akin to claiming that all democrats are all socialist. No one likes to be called a racist. Yet it is the attack of choice for neo-libs.

    Conservatives want to cut taxes. RACIST!
    Conservatives want smaller government. RACIST!
    Conservatives want a strong military. RACIST!
    I would like to go out tonight with my Wife. Homophobe!

    See it just works with everything! Let me try it with liberals!

    Liberals want to cut the military budget! Fuck the military!

    Liberals want to increase taxes on businesses. Fuck big business!

    Liberals want to increase taxes on the middle class. Fuck the rich!

    Liberals are against school vouchers. Fuck the………….uh… Private schools!

    • Big Money
    • Posted November 21, 2009 at 1:53 am
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    You seem to have reading comprehension problems, Ikabod. I didn’t say all Republicans are racist. I said that most racists are Republicans, and the Republican party actively courts them.

    • Chris G
    • Posted November 21, 2009 at 8:08 am
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    Big Money, I love you.

    • wootabega
    • Posted November 21, 2009 at 10:37 am
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    God damn, Ikabod, even your attempts at sarcasm and party comparison are lackluster. Sarcasm is the easiest thing to excel at and yet even you, like most other conservatives, completely fail at it.

    • MethodsitMin
    • Posted November 21, 2009 at 3:03 pm
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    Well. gee, Big Money-The Republican party is the party of racists? That would come as news to people like Thomas Sowell, Clarence Thomas, Angela McGlowan and others-all Black Conservatives. It would also come as news to this man, Kevin Jackson. In fact, he even has a book called “The Big Black Lie”-How I learned the truth about the Democratic party. The Democratic party IS originally the party of Slavery. Some of the comments in a review about Jackson’s book (on Amazon) by another Black conservative-whose name escapes me right now-comments that Jackson’s book chronicles “Democratic racism past and present” and that “nobody can ever have a reason to become a perpetual victim.” Jackson says that in creating a permanent underclsss dependent on social programs Democrats have tried to ensure a class that will perpetually vote Democratic and this makes it a new brand of slavery.

    So what does one do with thse voices? Ignore them? Call them Uncle Toms? Both responses have been tried. I think we need to take such voices seriously.

    Kevin Jackson, BTW, is no fan of Obama
    and he chronicles his views on Obama and other political issues in his blog:

    http://theblacksphere.blogspot.com/

    • MethodsitMin
    • Posted November 21, 2009 at 3:07 pm
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    You might also look at the blog of Allen West, an African American conservative running for election in the 22nd district of Congress in Florida-but maybe his voice doesn’t count either since he’s also a Black Republican.

    • MethodsitMin
    • Posted November 21, 2009 at 3:50 pm
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    There is a problem, IMO, with the article you offered, Big Money. It is written from a Roman Catholic perspective. I have a great deal of respect for Roman Catholicisn. I used to be Roman Catholic and appreciate so much of the theology. However, when reading about Pentecostals I would prefer to read what Pentecostals say about themselves. I think they deserve that since after Catholicism, Pentecotals are the largest growing group within Christianity. In fact, in some places they are growing ever faster than the Roman Catholic Church. Also the article you linked cited for futher reading Articles with titles such as “Judaisms Strange Gods” and “Judaism Is Not The Religion of the Old Testament”. From what I read it seemed to have a bais what it called Zionsim. As a person with a Jewish heritage and a good understanding of the Hebrew sacriptures, thse kinds of titles give me pause and not in a good way.

    Finally, I have not interviewed Sarah Palin about her religious beliefs, so i think that just because she has attended a Pentesotal church does not mean that she belives everything they do. As far as Catholcism, I know a number of Catholics who believe in artifical birth control, the ordination of women and open communion. These views are against the official teaching of the RCC yet these folks claim Catholicism. I think Palin should be allowed to speak for herself. Elswhere in this thread it’s claimed that she doesn’t believe in science. which is interesting since her faather was a science teacher, so I find that hard to believe. It’s also claimed on various websites that she endorses teaching creationsim in schools-In fact, she has endorsed no such thing. She just has said that views about God creating the universe should be allowed in school. There is much erroneous information about Palin around and has been since she was part of McCain’s ticket. I know that because as a registered Democrat (I still am one. BTW) I got panicked spam e-mails from my liberal friends who thought Palin was practically the incarnation of evil. I had to chevk out the rumors they sent-all of which proved to be false.

    • Big Money
    • Posted November 21, 2009 at 4:59 pm
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    “It’s also claimed on various websites that she endorses teaching creationism in schools-In fact, she has endorsed no such thing. She just has said that views about God creating the universe should be allowed in school.”

    I don’t see how this is anything other than endorsing creationism. If she is in the “teach the controversy” camp, it just shows that she lacks the courage of her convictions.

    Pentacostals believe that the rapture will happen within their lifetime. It colors their views of foreign, fiscal, and environmental policy.

    Pentacostals believe that the United Nations, as a precursor to a unified world government, is a tool of the anti-christ.

    My concerns are not confined to Palin. Huckabee stands in the same camp.

    • MethodsitMin
    • Posted November 21, 2009 at 5:36 pm
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    I think the term “creationism” is thrown around rather easily. I’m not even sure what that means. I think sometimes people use it as a code word to mean a literal interpretaion of the Bible. Beleiving that a God created the universe is not the same as beleiving that God created the world in seven days exactly as the Bible said. I know a man-a scientist-who belives in a creator. He beleievs that there was an order to creation as does the scientist who was very involved in the Human genome Project and is now an advisor to Obama. I also think that free speech should be allowed in school and that if a person thinks that God created the universe they be allowed to express that belief.

    I am not able to generalize about Pentecotals and what they all believe about Public policy and all theology. I guess it makes it tidier if you can, but then you’re the person who thinks all Republicans are either racists or support it, so I guess you’re just confortable with black and white thinking.

    Good evening.

    • ikabod
    • Posted November 21, 2009 at 7:53 pm
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    Thanks Kenny for proving my point. I will say this at least your honest with is disdain for the very same items that have made this nation great.. Oh yes! The military DID make this nation great. I know the concept is hard for you to swallow. So did Big business by hiring people and allowing them to buy homes, raise a family, and get their latte’s. The Rich MOST of the time by being successful. Liberalism is against success since someone may get oppressed. However, I don’t have disdain for anyone’s belief’s, their race or what ever they hell they do in the privacy in their own homes. I certainly don’t wish to control their lives either.

  12. She also has more experience quitting an executive position than Obama and Biden.

    A haaah hhaaaaah.

    Lord, I’ll DIE from laughter on that one.

    Biden is one thing, even if a goofball whose mouth needs to be zippered to keep from embarrassing himself. At least he has years of piddling around and mucking with people from a position of real-world knowledge.

    Obama?

    His experience was Baskin-Robbins as a teen and then off to the ivory tower he went with an education finacing by nutcases and radicals and today he bows before Marxian warlords.

    Palin is not perfect, no, but at least she brings to the table what NOT to do about Things Unconstitutional.

    I won’t go over all that again like in the last threads, but my LORD, brother, Obamo’s knowlege of the inner workings of corporations, unlike Palin’s executive experience, is no more sophisticated than some punk kid’s.

    Corporations are evil, and that’s about the end of that and damned good enough for him.

    Other than that, as far as “quitting”, it seems self-absorbed jackasses truly do NOT know when to give up before they bankrupt people and ruin economies.

    That’s what happens when your knowledge of capitalism is what you got from maybe looking at Mr. Money Bags on the Monopoly board game from Parker Brothers.

  13. ..as far as “pentacostal” and “creationism” and other such smears, those are actually these days little more than some REALLY broad brushes that all but simply mean someone who thinks God has something more to do with the natural world than Newton’s Clockwinder God.

    There need not be specifics, because the secularists and athiests tend to wish for a banashment of all those conservative religions that preach agaisnt the rectal pump brigade’s desires on matters of the loins. That being the case, they really don’t make these fine lines of distinction, just so long as the very notion of God gets dissed over at ScienceBlogs or from Richard Dawkins with enough vigor to make them hoot and holler.

    In turn, of course the reason for this is that this is about social issues more than any real concern about religion or belief per se.

    Interestingly, it is only about the perceptions of who has the power in politics, which is why Islamists are left alone and compashed upon for their “civil rights” even while slicing off human heads in some places.

    It’s an all-purpose, all-consuming statement against faith that comes from the Left. As to God’s plan for the United Nations, I have no idea, but will only say that the real proximate worry is more about internationalist rules and interference in freedom and private affairs, such as the ugly inclusion of tinhorns like Syria on “human rights” panels in the UN, or advocacy of government run health care, or statements on religion that shield Islamists still pending. Or the outlawing of guns in binding treaties, or in the face of rather weak and getting weaker evidence, still growing calls for economic via carbon regulation and demonization of industry but no alternative sources for power.

    This is the new power of the UN of the future, and it could be very dangerous at that.

    These are the real and more immediate concerns some of us have about turning over soverignty to such pseudo-government bodies that have more of the third-world squabblers interests at heart rather than ours–and the creation of what Bamabi’s aides proudly call the POST-American Moment.

    As to Palin:

    Defending the Constitution rather than making confetti out of it like Nancy Egg eyes and the other bribe artists in Congress do by offering us one crap sandwhich after another that the Left thinks is the Cat’s Meow of intellectual prowess–is a good start.

    Palin is not perfect, but can add to that start.

    We don’t need any more such “experts” like that idiot Eric Holder, science “czar” John Holdren or nutcases like Anita Dunn, or SCIU, or the 30 other unelected and unaccountable “czars” in this administration’s love affair with the tactics of Red China– or the government workers getting themselves payraises on the public dime while private businesses get hit with an increasing level of fees and taxes–NOR bribe artists, like the latest Weesiana Purchase to get some stubborn senator on board with Nancy/BambiCare. The world groans under their dynamic but economically dangerous crap that increasingly is leading to a highly regimented world where bureacrats and the myrimidons are the only ones making well.

    Interestingly, we here much from the Left about getting our Rosaries of your Ovaries and other slogans regarding ONE issue–and only one–alone on personal health stuff.

    But we never hear the Left worry about the other crappola and invasive stuff coming from government in this regard. Prostate and cancer and lymphoma are personal issues too I’d rather not brandish.

    How about “Get your Bureacratics off my Lymphatics!”

    Or is humping the only personal issue libs are about anymore?


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