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Rockntractor
07-05-2009, 08:07 PM
Catshrink (1000+ posts) Sun Jul-05-09 05:10 PM
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Palin to start 3rd party?
Edited on Sun Jul-05-09 05:10 PM by Catshrink
From Glenn Beck's blog (yeah, I know ):

Many write: Palin is done.U don't understand EVERYTHING is about to change. What you thought you knew, could trust or depend on is shifting
about 15 hours ago from web

2012: Obama DEMs. Romney GOP. Palin Common Sense/Real People Party.Dems eventually implode. GOP Has come 2 Jesus moment or Palin pivots USA
about 15 hours ago from web

reading Palins speech again.SHE is going to be a force.GOP-be afraid.Very Afraid.There will be only one standing in the end.I'll bet on her. about 15 hours ago from web

http://twitter.com/glennBeck

So I'm thinking, yeah, if she or Tawd doesn't get indicted, she may be up to this. While the repugs are wondering what to do about the fundies hijacking their party, she'll either try to make it more so or strike out on her own. I sure hope so -- that will be so much fun to watch. She'll take the RW-fundie whackjobs with her and we'll see them organize and fall apart before our eyes. For a while anyway, the teabaggers, Klan, militia, and anti-government loons will have a place to go. I can't wait!

Just so you know, I don't visit his blog -- I don't have the stomach for it. But it was referenced in another thread about Beck whining that an out of state hospital wouldn't take his medical insurance. Too bad he doesn't want any of that commie librul socialist health care reform.

http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.ph..

http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=389x5995312

I'll go for a third party!

Dan D. Doty
07-05-2009, 09:45 PM
DU is really a bunch of forward thinkers :rolleyes:

I smell a major loss in their future, and them screaming " they stole the election!!!! "

Evolution is not a Moonbat's friend; most of them are just over grown 16 year olds.

Rockntractor
07-05-2009, 09:57 PM
DU is really a bunch of forward thinkers :rolleyes:

I smell a major loss in their future, and them screaming " they stole the election!!!! "

Evolution is not a Moonbat's friend; most of them are just over grown 16 year olds.

We should have sawed down the trees while they were up in them protesting!

WatersEdge
07-05-2009, 11:09 PM
Somehow Glen Beck was mentioned in the article. I don't get that. Who cares? And no one cares about Romney's involvement in the GOP. Both irrelevant.

Meanwhile, there won't be any "third party". That's ridiculous.

GO SARAH!

Rockntractor
07-05-2009, 11:12 PM
Somehow Glen Beck was mentioned in the article. I don't get that. Who cares? And no one cares about Romney's involvement in the GOP. Both irrelevant.

Meanwhile, there won't be any "third party". That's ridiculous.

GO SARAH!

They got this information from becks "twitters" today.

Lager
07-06-2009, 12:11 AM
My thoughts are that republicans should stop worrying about a candidate in 2012, and focus on selling the conservative view point to the american people again. To do that, they don't exactly need a good candidate, they need a good communicator. We don't need people out campaigning, we need them explaining why our views are best for the country. If they fail at that, then I don't really think it matters who runs next.

Rockntractor
07-06-2009, 12:13 AM
I would say thats a reasonable place to start.

stsinner
07-06-2009, 08:25 AM
My thoughts are that republicans should stop worrying about a candidate in 2012, and focus on selling the conservative view point to the american people again. To do that, they don't exactly need a good candidate, they need a good communicator. We don't need people out campaigning, we need them explaining why our views are best for the country. If they fail at that, then I don't really think it matters who runs next.

I don't see this working as our country gets dumber and dumber with our schools teaching easier and easier curriculum, refusing to fail kids in order that their fragile ego be protected.. We're graduating functional illiterates that colleges are having to put in remedial classes just to get them to the very basic level they need in order to attend college. That doesn't even address the sometimes 20-50% dropout rate students in some cities that are still allowed to vote..
Couple that with Obama and the Democrat party giving people more and more free stuff, and the conservative mindset of working for what you have and not depending on government is going to be harder and harder to sell with each passing welfare/entitlement bill.

But I agree that we should not be focusing on 2012 and concentrate, instead, on the 2010 mid-term election to take the power away from the maniacal Muslim dictator. We have to regain at least one of the houses, but with Obama controlling the census, that's going to be incredibly difficult to do.

Link--> Fourteen urban school districts have on-time graduation rates lower than 50%; they include Detroit, Baltimore, New York, Milwaukee, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Miami, Dallas, Denver and Houston. (http://www.usatoday.com/news/education/2006-06-20-dropout-rates_x.htm#grad)

linda22003
07-06-2009, 09:33 AM
I agree our country is dumbing down. We even have adults who BRAG that they don't read!

http://www.conservativeunderground.com/forum505/showthread.php?p=152726#post152726

stsinner
07-06-2009, 10:01 AM
I agree our country is dumbing down. We even have adults who BRAG that they don't read!

http://www.conservativeunderground.com/forum505/showthread.php?p=152726#post152726

Lame.. Try again to interpret that post. It would seem your government school education has let you down yet again.

linda22003
07-06-2009, 10:04 AM
I was in the "government school system" through 8th grade, went to prep school for grades 9-12 (in your lovely commonwealth), got my BA from a private university, and masters degrees from universities in Massachusetts and England. I don't care what you think of me. You're just typed words on a screen, not someone I will ever meet in real life.

stsinner
07-06-2009, 10:09 AM
I was in the "government school system" through 8th grade, went to prep school for grades 9-12 (in your lovely commonwealth), got my BA from a private university, and masters degrees from universities in Massachusetts and England. I don't care what you think of me. You're just typed words on a screen, not someone I will ever meet in real life.

Obviously.. You wouldn't be so hateful if you thought you were going to meet me.. :)

Lager
07-06-2009, 10:14 AM
In one way it is good that the dems have all the control right now. Let America see how that works out.

linda22003
07-06-2009, 10:18 AM
Obviously.. You wouldn't be so hateful if you thought you were going to meet me.. :)

I haven't been hateful. It's also not a personal observation; I have no intention of meeting anyone here, whether I "like" them online or not.

Sonnabend
07-06-2009, 10:37 AM
So I'm thinking, yeah, if she or Tawd doesn't get indicted, she may be up to this.

As there is no investigation, and there will be no indictments, I'd say she has a lot planned.

Rockntractor
07-06-2009, 10:39 AM
I haven't been hateful. It's also not a personal observation; I have no intention of meeting anyone here, whether I "like" them online or not.

Sniffle sniffle!

lacarnut
07-06-2009, 10:56 AM
I was in the "government school system" through 8th grade, went to prep school for grades 9-12 (in your lovely commonwealth), got my BA from a private university, and masters degrees from universities in Massachusetts and England. I don't care what you think of me. You're just typed words on a screen, not someone I will ever meet in real life.

That's where you got your elitist snobbery from.

It appears from previous post that you do not like Palin. Since you, Karl R. and George W. have decided her future as a politician is over, I would like to know what crystal ball you'll are looking into. I disagree; I think she has a bright future. The last thing the Repubs need is a Rockefeller Repub. like George R.

I asked you a question on another thread about Palin and her decision to retire, quit, resign or whatever you want to call it. Since you do not have a half million dollars in legal bills (that amount wound probably double if she finished her term out), no children, no grandchildren and being attacked daily by the new media what would you do. It is kinda easy to second guess someone if you are not walking in their shoes. BTW, Karl R. should shut the F. up. The Admin. he was part of to a great degree had a hand in getting the Repubs slaughtered in the last election. I would not be taking advise from this dip-shit. Feel the same way about Morris and Carville.

linda22003
07-06-2009, 10:59 AM
It appears from previous post that you do not like Palin. Since you, Karl R. and George W. have decided her future as a politician is over, I would like to know what crystal ball you'll are looking into.

I don't like or dislike her. I just don't see her as a player in the big leagues. I think any politician who doesn't finish out her first term in office isn't the most solid candidate for higher office, that's all.

BadCat
07-06-2009, 11:04 AM
I haven't been hateful. It's also not a personal observation; I have no intention of meeting anyone here, whether I "like" them online or not.

You mean you're not here for the "net sex"????

linda22003
07-06-2009, 11:06 AM
You mean you're not here for the "net sex"????

I wasn't aware that CU was the best fishing ground for that, but Lord knows what all Megi gets up to.

lacarnut
07-06-2009, 11:16 AM
I don't like or dislike her. I just don't see her as a player in the big leagues. I think any politician who doesn't finish out her first term in office isn't the most solid candidate for higher office, that's all.

Obama finished out his term as a Senator by running for Prez for 2 years; that does not count though in your little pea brain. Once he bacame Prez. he QUIT his Senate job. While campainging for office, he was not attending to his duties as a Senator representing the state of IL by voting present so many times.

I guess you do not want to answer my question about what YOU would do with the mountain of debt, her inability to focus on her job, attacks on her family (children & grandchildren), etc. Your answer above is pretty lame.

linda22003
07-06-2009, 11:22 AM
I don't disagree that Obama didn't do right by his Illinois constituents. I think he would not have done so well in a "normal" year, but last year the voters were obviously disgusted with the whole status quo in Washington. That's why a vapid, non-specific slogan like "Change" was able to work.

As to Palin's issues, I'm sorry you think the answer was lame, but I simply don't think or care about her enough to formulate a better one.

lacarnut
07-06-2009, 11:40 AM
As to Palin's issues, I'm sorry you think the answer was lame, but I simply don't think or care about her enough to formulate a better one.

BULLSHIT: You have formulated an opinion about her. Your post above documents that you do not think she has the right stuff to attain a higher office.

You are still to chickenshit to answer my question about placing yourself in her shoes. I would like to ask those pundits in the media the same question.

linda22003
07-06-2009, 11:57 AM
You are still to (sic) chickenshit to answer my question about placing yourself in her shoes. I would like to ask those pundits in the media the same question.

If "not worth the keystrokes" is the equivalent of "chickenshit", fine. I really don't know that much about her legal issues because I haven't been interested enough to read about them. As to criticism of her family, that's unfortunately the way the game is played these days, and ignoring it would have been her best bet. Instead, she's shown that she's thin-skinned.

Texas Terrier
07-06-2009, 12:26 PM
http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=389x5995312

I'll go for a third party!

If there is outstanding proof the third party could win, I'd consider it, otherwise, I'm afraid it would give of us another four years of Obama. :eek:

linda22003
07-06-2009, 12:28 PM
If there is outstanding proof the third party could win, I'd consider it, otherwise, I'm afraid it would give of us another four years of Obama. :eek:

Right - all it can do is siphon off Republican votes. Perot voters gave the White House to Clinton in '92 as much as Dem voters did.

Texas Terrier
07-06-2009, 12:32 PM
In one way it is good that the dems have all the control right now. Let America see how that works out.

Preach on...I've been thinking the same thing. No way they can point fingers at the Republicans now. That is the only good thing about the Dems having the super-majority.

lacarnut
07-06-2009, 12:39 PM
As to criticism of her family, that's unfortunately the way the game is played these days, and ignoring it would have been her best bet. Instead, she's shown that she's thin-skinned.

You have shown that you are either ignorant on the subject matter or do not have the ability to place yourself in her shoes. Having a $500,000 legal bill, attacks on her children (which you do not have) and having to deal with many lawsuits brought by leftist might deter a tough old bird like you from doing what's best for the family. That's not thin-skinned; only a retard would think so.

BTW, tell me about how the media went after Clinton or Obama's children during the campaign or afterwards for that matter. Just your imagination, I guess. That is not how the game is played so once again you are full of shit.