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  1. #1 Latest Sarah Palin hate thread (Warning - Vile) 
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    I've seen worse, like when President Reagan died but this is about as vile as they come from DUmmy land.

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    Curtland1015 (1000+ posts) Sun Oct-05-08 04:40 PM
    Original message I don't think I've ever come to hate anyone so much so fast...as I have with Sarah Palin.

    I know "hate" is a strong word. But really she is one of the biggest piles of human garbage I've ever seen. So eager to lie, to deceive, so power hungry and shallow and cold.

    That woman is a piece of shit. I don't think I'm putting too fine a point on that.
    Our favorite DUmmy, TomInTib wishes death on the Govenor of Alaska.

    TomInTib Donating Member (1000+ posts) Sun Oct-05-08 04:46 PM
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    7. I know what you mean. Just this morning...
    I told my GF that I wish Palin would die in her sleep.
    To which she replied, "I don't".
    Me, "Huh?".
    GF, "I hope she gets struck by lightning".
    Let's light the President on fire.
    ncgrits (240 posts) Sun Oct-05-08 04:48 PM
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    8. Ha! Reminds me of a conversation with a neighbor a while back. . . .
    I said that I was kind of sorry that I had gone from just hating what Bush said to actually hating him. If he was on fire I'm not sure I would hurry to help put him out. And my neighbor said, incredulous, "Put him out?!? Honey, I'd be running for more kerosene!"
    Disgusting as well as illiterate
    PfcHammer (1000+ posts)Sun Oct-05-08 06:41 PM
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    32. I don't like her but I dig her butt and stuff and prolly her breastes too, but I haven't had a good view of them. Just her daughter's. :P
    One more...
    obiden (50 posts) Sun Oct-05-08 05:21 PM
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    22. Sarah Palin is a repulsive pig
    I know what she represents and believes in and I don't want any part of it.
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    YAWN...these are becoming so common they're getting boring.

    Well except for TiT. (I'm surprised he hasn't come up with a story about moose hunting.) :D
    May the FORCE be with you!
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    Like I said many months before, Moonbats would switch their hate from Bush to someone else without missing a beat.

    If Obama wins this hate isn't going away.

    Moonbats will go out of their to start hurting those who've disagree with them for the last ten years.

    I feels conflict inside the United States will start soon ( two years more, or less) and the Moonbats are too crazy and stupid to know that their hate needs victims to feed on.

    They haven't seen people normal folks mad at them yet; and they're not going to like it when they get a bunch of vets, off the gridders, gun owners and indivualists pissed off.

    Keep your powder dry kids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    YAWN...these are becoming so common they're getting boring.

    Well except for TiT. (I'm surprised he hasn't come up with a story about moose hunting.) :D
    You're not dissing my thread are you?

    Not to hijack my own thread, but....

    As much as I don't like Obama, (unqualified, socialist, et cetera) even if he were to be elected to POS, I wouldn't hate the man. The hate that those people display is astounding and uncomfortably disturbing. Surely someone in the psych community has done some work on the phenomenon.

    What kind of a human being wishes cancer on someone? Shouldn't that be reserved for the worst of the worst? Hitler, Hussein, Stalin, Streisand??
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    TomInTib Donating Member (1000+ posts) Sun Oct-05-08 04:46 PM
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    7. I know what you mean. Just this morning...
    I told my GF that I wish Palin would die in her sleep.
    To which she replied, "I don't".
    Me, "Huh?".
    GF, "I hope she gets struck by lightning".
    So post a first-person death wish against President Bush and it gets yanked, but post a second-person narrative of you and your imaginary girlfriend's death wishes against a presidential candidate and it's allowed to remain. Nice.
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    They are afraid of Palin. That is why they get so vile. I think they were counting on the base staying home and the independents being theirs without a fight. Palin changed all that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elspeth View Post
    They are afraid of Palin. That is why they get so vile. I think they were counting on the base staying home and the independents being theirs without a fight. Palin changed all that.
    Yeah, no kidding they are scared.

    Regardless of the outcome of the election, the Palin effect will be a phenomenon that will be discussed for years to come. She came out of nowhere and look at the effect she has made on the Bush haters.

    It's astounding and fascinating.

    On edit, fixed a spelling error.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fergus View Post
    Yeah, no kidding they are scared.

    Regardless of the outcome of the election, the Palin effect will be a phenomenon that will be discussed for years to come. She came out of nowhere and look at the effect she has made and the Bush haters.

    It's astounding and fascinating.
    The other thing I think they sense is that Palin is in for the long haul. She is young and has quite a number of elections ahead of her. She will be in a major leadership position in the RNC no matter what happens: her ability to energize the base and her personal appeal will make her a conservative icon. DUers are not going to be able to bear this. The only liberal who might appreciate a permanent Palin presence is Tina Fey, who will always have a job as long as Sarah is front and center.

    The more I see of Palin, the more I really like her. She's actually quite fearless and she doesn't care a whit what the leftists think. McCain can go on being bipartisan if he likes, but Sarah makes this a real fight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fergus View Post
    You're not dissing my thread are you?

    Not to hijack my own thread, but....

    As much as I don't like Obama, (unqualified, socialist, et cetera) even if he were to be elected to POS, I wouldn't hate the man. The hate that those people display is astounding and uncomfortably disturbing. Surely someone in the psych community has done some work on the phenomenon.

    What kind of a human being wishes cancer on someone? Shouldn't that be reserved for the worst of the worst? Hitler, Hussein, Stalin, Streisand??
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    Well, Bush is getting ready to leave office, so they had to find someone to replace their hating on..

    I can't think of anyone I HATE..And I only strongly dislike a couple of people..

    what a pathetic existence to have to HATE that much...pity them is all you can do..
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