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Sarah Palin: Bad Choice?

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Thanks kitagrl, deafnva77, and LAF. :thumb

:goodpost: Now is the time that us blood-bought, conservative, born-again believers to bond together and stand for the truth. Well...it is past time, that is.

I am glad that I am NOT the only one to see how these Democrats have taken this country as low as we can possibly go through the years (believe me when I say that the MAJORITY of OB stands united in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and conservative values in our political system.)

Let's exhort one another (those in politics standing for the truth) and NOT let Satan get control of us...as he has the wicked JUST where he wants them.

Yes...as Tired said "the wicked will be the wicked." We were ALL enemies of the cross at one time. Do we need to continue with tearing a righteous woman down? Many of the unsaved will do that...NOT all, praise the Lord.

Kevin...I have finally seen a lot of coverage of Ron Paul...I am NOT going to slander that man...the way you are slandering SP. That just isn't right.

I am going to keep positive (at the advice of my husband) and, I do appreciate your outlook on things...but, ENOUGH is ENOUGH! Please, Kevin. :pray

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Kevin I know he's not the "antichrist" but he is very wicked and evidently he's convinced you he's not.

And yes the PEOPLE of the US want a more Reagan conservative base, but the campaign people and most of the media do NOT which is why the lame junk on Palin is getting out. That was my point.

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Obama wants to do more than just dangerous, he wants to do things that is unconstitutional. Like our gun rights. I am sure he will be happily to pass a bill on fairness doctrine that is against our constitutional rights of free press and speech.

Like I said before, Democratic ignorance doesn't excuse Republican ignorance. I don't like either one of them, though Obama never insinuated that the president had more power than he constitutionally is allowed.

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On a positive note (well for me at least ) Palin is keeping options open for 2012 ,Romney is going to be working on a committee to see what he might do ,Gov.Jindal is going to make a key note address in Iowa .
From what I hear about Gov .Jindal he may be one to look for in 2012 from what I hear he is very conservative and more Reagan (I know some of you hate Reagan ) like than what we have had in 20 yrs .
I think the Republicans should throw caution to the wind make an agenda and stick to it .

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Oh brother. I'm so tired of the Obama conspiracies. Obama is not the antichrist and anyone who doesn't despise him and believe that he is inhabited by the devil is not a non-Christian.


Has anyone said that Obama is the Antichrist. Nope, I didn't see that printed.

I expect to see your name on the 2012 ballot as VP right under Ron Paul as POTUS (I think he might be running, then...if we aren't outta here.) You have 4 years to prepare. Get ready. ;-) :thumb

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which is why the lame junk on Palin is getting out.


"Lame" being the key word. :coffee

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I wanted to make one other point .I worked the polls for this election ,one major thing I noticed was lack of Republican prescene .We had our door knocked on by more dems ,the poll watchers we had were dems ,the stuff we saw on commercials were all for the dems ,our mail was from the dems .
Where was the Republicans ?

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Like I said before' date=' Democratic ignorance doesn't excuse Republican ignorance. I don't like either one of them, though Obama never insinuated that the president had more power than he constitutionally is allowed.[/quote']


What can possibly be MORE ignorant than Democrat these days, Kevin? C'mon, really. :bonK:

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Kevin I know he's not the "antichrist" but he is very wicked and evidently he's convinced you he's not.

And yes the PEOPLE of the US want a more Reagan conservative base, but the campaign people and most of the media do NOT which is why the lame junk on Palin is getting out. That was my point.

I know people are saying things now but the videos that I posted were done before the election. I'm not saying he is or isn't wicked. I think he has a lot of dangerous views, I just don't think he's as evil as people say he is.

Kevin...I have finally seen a lot of coverage of Ron Paul...I am NOT going to slander that man...the way you are slandering SP. That just isn't right.

I'm not slandering her, I'm pointing out problems that I see in her politically.

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On a positive note (well for me at least ) Palin is keeping options open for 2012 ,Romney is going to be working on a committee to see what he might do ,Gov.Jindal is going to make a key note address in Iowa .
From what I hear about Gov .Jindal he may be one to look for in 2012 from what I hear he is very conservative and more Reagan (I know some of you hate Reagan ) like than what we have had in 20 yrs .
I think the Republicans should throw caution to the wind make an agenda and stick to it .



Thanks, LAF for saying..."on a positive note." :amen:

Why would anyone "hate" Reagan? Just curious.

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Has anyone said that Obama is the Antichrist. Nope, I didn't see that printed.

I expect to see your name on the 2012 ballot as VP right under Ron Paul as POTUS (I think he might be running, then...if we aren't outta here.) You have 4 years to prepare. Get ready. ;-) :thumb

LOL. Except I do know something about our constitution and I know that you have to be at least 35 to be president. :lol

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LOL. Except I do know something about our constitution and I know that you have to be at least 35 to be president. :lol



Yeah...that was definitely *sarcasm* on my part. LOL. Well...you know I used to be an Independent for years. So...if the teaching career doesn't work out in Korea for you??? Hmmm. One never knows. :smile

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I wanted to make one other point .I worked the polls for this election ,one major thing I noticed was lack of Republican prescene .We had our door knocked on by more dems ,the poll watchers we had were dems ,the stuff we saw on commercials were all for the dems ,our mail was from the dems .
Where was the Republicans ?


That happened because people in the past have not voted before are now compaigning for Obama, plus he got more money.

But I have also heard that Republicans had more voters than the past elections too. But it wasn't enough.

What's happening is that we have more Hispanic and black voters voting. Plus the younger generation (who were trained well in public schools) are now taking interests in voting.


you have all these people who don't believe in America (freedom of religion, speech, etc.) anymore. Who think the constitution is outdated, who think republican is just an outdated party that's just for old, white, rural people . They are more interested in socialism, especially more education and health. (I never felt today education was really about learning, it is really about how see that there is no God... I would love to know a school that will balance faith and learning, instead of a school that will say " we act this way because of evolution" )

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Thanks, LAF for saying..."on a positive note." :amen:

Why would anyone "hate" Reagan? Just curious.



I don't understand it but I have read in posts where people wrote they did not like him .

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That happened because people in the past have not voted before are now compaigning for Obama, plus he got more money.

But I have also heard that Republicans had more voters than the past elections too. But it wasn't enough.

What's happening is that we have more Hispanic and black voters voting. Plus the younger generation (who were trained well in public schools) are now taking interests in voting.


you have all these people who don't believe in America (freedom of religion, speech, etc.) anymore. Who think the constitution is outdated, who think republican is just an outdated party that's just for old, white, rural people . They are more interested in socialism, especially more education and health. (I never felt today education was really about learning, it is really about how see that there is no God... I would love to know a school that will balance faith and learning, instead of a school that will say " we act this way because of evolution" )


Hispanics expically those in South Florida at least usually vote Republican

I did read on another board how the kids were influenced either by parents or by teachers toward BO

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My hubby was almost about to vote for McCain.. He liked Palin.

the reason he decided not to vote for McCain was because McCain supported the bailout. He thinks anyone who supported it does not deserve his vote. So for him, it was either boycott or vote for Barr. I think alot of republicans felt the same way.

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My hubby was almost about to vote for McCain.. He liked Palin.

the reason he decided not to vote for McCain was because McCain supported the bailout. He thinks anyone who supported it does not deserve his vote. So for him, it was either boycott or vote for Barr. I think alot of republicans felt the same way.


I don't agree....but won't condemn...yet. LOL. I want to see if the Republicans can get their act together by 2012. And I mean...find a REAL conservative...not a moderate.

That, or we are gonna have to figure out a way to get a major third party in there.

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She was the reason my wife voted Obama instead of McCain. I had my mind set on Obama long ago, but my wife, and a co-worker solidified their vote for Obama after seeing Palin.

She was terribly unqualified. Now with these reports that she thought Africa was a country, not a continent, etc. that is even more troubling than I initially suspected.

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She was the reason my wife voted Obama instead of McCain. I had my mind set on Obama long ago, but my wife, and a co-worker solidified their vote for Obama after seeing Palin.

She was terribly unqualified. Now with these reports that she thought Africa was a country, not a continent, etc. that is even more troubling than I initially suspected.



yeah, because she is too conservative. you guys was going to vote for Obama no matter who, and the only reason you'll vote for McCain because he is neoconservative.

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yeah, because she is too conservative. you guys was going to vote for Obama no matter who, and the only reason you'll vote for McCain because he is neoconservative.


No, too conservative has nothing to do with it. My wife is fairly conservative, and was leaning McCain until he chose Palin. Her conservativeness had nothing to do with her decision.....it was the fact that she was not qualified. She did not understand the issues facing our country or world. She cannot even name the members of NAFTA, or name one Supreme Court case other than Roe V. Wade that she does not agree with. A national leader MUST understand these issues. If they do not understand, she would have been easily used by others to accomplish an agenda.

If the John McCain that ran in 2000 had run again, he may have gotten my support. But in this election, he sold out. That made the decision for me. You are right that Obama had my vote before Palin was chosen.

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I think it is so hilarious that people keep saying SP was unqualified!!!!! She had more executive experience than any of the 3 senators in the race!!! BO had two years in the state senate, and started his presidential campaign the year he was elected to the federal senate. Whoo, loads of experience. Oh, I forgot - he was a community organizer. Yep. Taught people how to get food stamps...

And this bit about Africa...who really cares? Do we live there? No. We live in the 57 states of America, according to Obama. Oh, but that was a mispeak, right? Let's not grant that same grace to Sarah Palin, though. Let's believe all the media lies about her, because we all know how honest those MSM reporters are, don't we. And how unbiased! After all, I'm sure Chris Matthews felt a thrill running up his leg when he talked to Sarah Palin, like it did when he talked with BO...he just forgot to mention it!

"we're told....we're told...." Seems that no-one is admitting they heard SP say Africa was a country, just that staffers said...

Do I believe she got angry? Probably. Do I care? No. I would have gotten angry, too, if they tried to handle me the way they did her. When she was herself, she was fine. But when she was following the handlers, she was stilted and unnatural.

Get the book Sarah. People might be pleasantly surprised at what they learn about her. And those who voted for Obama, using her for an excuse, ought to couple that reading with Audacity of Deceit. There won't be any pleasant surprises in that book!

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Oh yeah...I forgot Obama doesn't know how many states in our country. LOL!

Go ahead...keep slamming Palin. It won't stop her. And go ahead...keep praising Obama. You'll learn...soon enough. So will everyone else.

And just a little hint...the stock market crash? You know, post election? The media is saying its not Obama...? Yeah. First lie and he hasn't even been sworn in yet. Its the worst post election crash in history. Wall Street knows, though they won't admit it....that we're in trouble.

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I think it is so hilarious that people keep saying SP was unqualified!!!!! She had more executive experience than any of the 3 senators in the race!!! BO had two years in the state senate, and started his presidential campaign the year he was elected to the federal senate. Whoo, loads of experience. Oh, I forgot - he was a community organizer. Yep. Taught people how to get food stamps...

And this bit about Africa...who really cares? Do we live there? No. We live in the 57 states of America, according to Obama. Oh, but that was a mispeak, right? Let's not grant that same grace to Sarah Palin, though. Let's believe all the media lies about her, because we all know how honest those MSM reporters are, don't we. And how unbiased! After all, I'm sure Chris Matthews felt a thrill running up his leg when he talked to Sarah Palin, like it did when he talked with BO...he just forgot to mention it!

"we're told....we're told...." Seems that no-one is admitting they heard SP say Africa was a country, just that staffers said...

Do I believe she got angry? Probably. Do I care? No. I would have gotten angry, too, if they tried to handle me the way they did her. When she was herself, she was fine. But when she was following the handlers, she was stilted and unnatural.

Get the book Sarah. People might be pleasantly surprised at what they learn about her. And those who voted for Obama, using her for an excuse, ought to couple that reading with Audacity of Deceit. There won't be any pleasant surprises in that book!


I think Obama clearly has the leadership to lead this country. He organized and built a tremendously successful Presidential campaign. Palin did not. She was chosen to come along for a ride. Obama is extremely intellegent, is a great thinker, was President of the Harvard Law Review, and is very well versed in domestic and international affairs.

Do you really think Palin, who could not name one Supreme Court case other than Roe v. Wade that she disagreed with, is well enough versed in domestic and international affiars to be able to make informed decisions? That was my biggest concern with her. I do believe she was a liability for the McCain campaign.

Agree or disagree with Obama's policies, I think he has proven his leadership ability through his campaign. It is no easy task to build a broad base of support among many different groups, to raise that kind of money, and to pave the road to the White House. He knew what he was doing when he was elected Senator and went to accomplish that task. And he achieved it.

He can be a tremendous role model for millions of young black children. If Obama, who grew up without a father, grew up in a working class family, could go to Harvard Law School, be elected as the President of the law review, play a large role in local politics, and move on to national politics and now be elected to the highest office in the land, what can they do? He is a tremendous example of what anyone in this country can acheive through hard work. I am excited about having a President who young people can look up to as a role model. His story is exceptional, agree or disagree with his policy stances.

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