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03-19-2013, 03:14 PMWe're from Philadelphia, We Fight- Chip Kelly
03-19-2013, 03:14 PM
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No matter. Palin is not a candidate.
And Hillary does real well when no one is running against her. But that's the only time she does well. As a candidate she would have an awful lot to answer for. And she will not be able to say, "What does it matter?", and then disappear.
03-19-2013, 03:39 PM
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Sarah Palin would wipe the floor with the likes of Hillary Clinton.
And you know it and it scares the ever loving shit outta you.
Less people voted for Obama in his second election than his first...THAT has never happened before.
Reagan won TWO landslides talking the same plain spoken common sense way that Palin does. And he didn't have ANY conservative media outlets save for National Review.
People don't want another Clinton presidency anymore than they want another Bush in the WH.
I don't. Only if she is running against Biden, and maybe not even then.
03-19-2013, 03:46 PMWe're from Philadelphia, We Fight- Chip Kelly
03-19-2013, 04:02 PM
By Mark Steyn
If you wonder why American newspapering is dying, consider this sign-off:
AP writers Matt Apuzzo, Sharon Theimer, Tom Raum, Rita Beamish, Beth Fouhy, H. Josef Hebert, Justin D. Pritchard, Garance Burke, Dan Joling and Lewis Shaine contributed to this report.Wow. That’s ten “AP writers” plus Calvin Woodward, the AP writer whose twinkling pen honed the above contributions into the turgid sludge of the actual report. That’s eleven writers for a 695-word report. What on? Obamacare? The Iranian nuke program? The upcoming trial of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed?
No, the Associated Press assigned eleven writers to “fact-check” Sarah Palin’s new book, and in return the eleven fact-checkers triumphantly unearthed six errors. That’s 1.8333333 writers for each error. What earth-shattering misstatements did they uncover for this impressive investment? Stand well back:
PALIN: Says she made frugality a point when traveling on state business as Alaska governor, asking “only” for reasonably priced rooms and not “often” going for the “high-end, robe-and-slippers” hotels.That looks like AP paid 1.8333333 fact-checkers to agree with Mrs. Palin: She says she didn’t “often” go for “high-end” hotels; they say she “usually opted for less-pricey hotels.” That’s gonna make one must-see edition of Point/Counterpoint.
THE FACTS: Although she usually opted for less-pricey hotels while governor, Palin and daughter Bristol stayed five days and four nights at the $707.29-per-night Essex House luxury hotel (robes and slippers come standard) . . .
Or is AP arguing “four nights” counts as “often”? Is that the point? AP assigned eleven reporters to demonstrate that four is a large number?
Over at Powerline, John Hinderaker and his vast team of researchers (17 Minneapolis-area Somali jihadists, 29 ACORN-accredited child-sex slaves, and 43 unemployed Columbia School of Journalism graduates) fact-check AP’s fact-checkers.
PALIN: How many AP fact-checkers does it take to change a lightbulb?
FACT: Palin has gone seriously “rogue” in her facts here. AP fact-checkers are prevented per union regulations from changing lightbulbs.
AP writers Matt Apuzzo, Sharon Theimer, Tom Raum, Rita Beamish, Beth Fouhy, H. Josef Hebert, Justin D. Pritchard, Garance Burke, Dan Joling and Lewis Shaine contributed to this joke. We’ll be here all week.
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Hillary has never accomplished anything that didn't entail riding Bill's coattails, and for women to consider her a role model is laughable. I thought that the whole point of feminism was making women independent, not making them into desperate clingers to dysfunctional marriages in return for power-sharing arrangements.
As for Biden, he's dimmer than a 10-watt bulb in a brown-out. He could lose a debate to a cheese grater and still be lauded by the media and the left, because the one thing that isn't a requirement for membership in either clique is integrity.--Odysseus
Sic Hacer Pace, Para Bellum.
Before you can do things for people, you must be the kind of man who can get things done. But to get things done, you must love the doing, not the people!
03-19-2013, 04:06 PM
I don't know how many ways to say it, but I am truly not afraid of Sarah Palin running for President. She will lose.
I think you do not understand how Palin is seen by the majority of voters-she is seen as the caricature of her that Tina Fey hilariously portrayed. Or stupid and arrogant, the way Julianne Moore portrayed her in Game Change on HBO.
And, if she runs and your party is stupid enough to nominate her, she will cost you yet another presidential election. But go ahead, that's what I want you to do.
But it makes you happy to think that liberals fear her, keep on living in your dream world so that we can have 4 more years of a liberal democrat in the White House.
03-19-2013, 04:18 PM
Kill those innocent babies, but keep a convicted murderer alive. Great LOGIC!
The only reason you want Palin to be front runner is because MSNBC told you to. You watch way too much of the station. You have to be careful, that station makes you stupid.
Palin won't be running in 2016. She doesn't want to be President. I have no idea who the front runner will be in 2016. But for the Dems it will either be 'Crazy' Joe Biden or Hillary 'Socialist' Clinton... Get a good conservative candidate, and neither one will win.
I love my God, my country, my flag, and my troops ....
03-19-2013, 04:21 PM
I know you are a liberal so I will make it easy for you, nearly 4 million conservatives didn't come out to vote due to Romney, THEY WILL more then likely come out to vote for PALIN. Get it? Hillary can't beat any good candidate, she hasn't to date. Now I know its going to be hard for any conservative due to the MSM being behind the dem candidate but that's just reality.We're from Philadelphia, We Fight- Chip Kelly
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