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Palin: good riddance. can we get serious now?


Palin was the gift that kept on giving to the democrats.  If she thinks the press is unbearable now, when she is a sideshow attraction, imagine the pressure she and Todd would have when all eyes are really focused on her.

She can barely string 3 coherent connected sentences together.

Quitting now  gives the Dems all the ammo they would ever need.  She is so polarizing that it is impossible to think of her actually convincing a single voter to change their mind unless they were already a member of her rabid following.

It’s a sign of how far the Republicans have fallen that she is being given serious consideration as the One. She is Joan of Arc without the grace.

On what planet can quitting the governorship be spun as the sign of deep strategery?!

I weep for conservatism. Buckley and Ben Franklin are spinning in their graves. The end of the Republic is here.

She would make a great mayor no doubt, but it takes a different kind of person to be able to thruve in the rough and unforgiving tumble of the national scene.

The sooner she disappears onto a fox channel talk show like that goober Huckabee the better.

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  1. cpacek
    July 5, 2009 at 3:57 am

    Sarah is great she at least has some backbone unlike some other people that were “elected”. She is the only person who really knows what is going on. Unlike the nazi solcialist that is in office now. She is the ONLY person that I get. I know you will probably rip me for this but you will never sway me. This congress and president are destroying our country and you are asleep at the wheel.

  2. July 5, 2009 at 12:34 pm

    Palin picks the wrong fights, lacks stability, and is a composite of the people who support her but without the ability to build a national team who can engage with liberals to demonstrate the shortcomings of liberal thinking.

    She appeals to emotions and what we need are solutions. I like her and respect her, but she is not even close to Presidential material.

    The country has already gone past the tipping point with the current administration. I am simply arguing she isnt the person to halt the damage already inflicted by the dems. No one is. I think the economic disaster will run its course until we have become something like the UK.

    At least Merkel and Thatcher didnt quit

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