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Old 09-05-2008, 12:24 AM   #601
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And did you see the grade given to her by viewers? C. I think their grades are the ones that matter.
True.

Though to compare, Obama got a C from the viewers.
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Old 09-05-2008, 12:25 AM   #602
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Republican Convention report card: Sarah Palin - CNN.com

This is CNN, and a handful of these 5 are liberals.
Maybe you didn't read her post.

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overwhelmingly an A+ around the country and the world
What about those group studies posted earlier?
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Old 09-05-2008, 12:26 AM   #603
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Maybe it's not a good argument for the statement "I have more executive experience than Palin", but it's a valid argument for the statement "I have some executive experience". A presidential campaign is a business, and he's been running it for what will be nearly two years when all is said and done, and it's been highly successful thus far. That doesn't necessarily mean he has more executive experience than Palin, but it does mean that the claims that he has NO executive experience is false.

All of that said, I, of course, don't put much importance on the experience argument to begin with.
Its pretty sad when you have to talk about running your campaign to give you any kind of executive experience. 1st it offset by the same experience that you opponent is getting 2nd, and more important, with Campaign managers and staff, he is not running things as much as having them run for him.
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True.

Though to compare, Obama got a C from the viewers.

But the argument was that Palin got an A+ all across the nation for her speech.
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john mccain is 72 years old. he has a 1 in 3 chance of dying before he is 80. he has had cancer 4 times.

do you believe Sarah Palin is prepared to be the president of the United States?
Yes, and a hell of a lot more of than Obama.
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You're right. Even though we're on different sides. It baffles my mind that alot of the so called Democrats can't see past their blind party affiliations. No wonder Bush/Cheney got eight years.
I get what you're trying to say, and I still think you're wrong.

I think who Democrats are afraid of are their fellow Americans. They were fooled by the superficial appearance of the Bush campaigns in 00 and 04, and if I had to guess, I'd say that if they're afraid of anything, it's that they'll again not see the lack of substance, that they'll focus instead on the "ooh, PTA member, mayor, governor, mother of 5" story, and be dazzled by that. So, by donating to Obama, they're giving him the tools to hopefully dispel that, and prevent that from happening again.

But is Palin herself making most Dems quake in their boots? No. She's not substantial enough to do that.
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Though to compare, Obama got a C from the viewers.
I'm not surprised.
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Its pretty sad when you have to talk about running your campaign to give you any kind of executive experience. 1st it offset by the same experience that you opponent is getting 2nd, and more important, with Campaign managers and staff, he is not running things as much as having them run for him.

again, John McCain has no executive experience either.
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again, John McCain has no executive experience either.

he has demonestrated more leadership, courage and idependent thinking than either sen o or joe.

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I get what you're trying to say, and I still think you're wrong.

I think who Democrats are afraid of are their fellow Americans. They were fooled by the superficial appearance of the Bush campaigns in 00 and 04, and if I had to guess, I'd say that if they're afraid of anything, it's that they'll again not see the lack of substance, that they'll focus instead on the "ooh, PTA member, mayor, governor, mother of 5" story, and be dazzled by that. So, by donating to Obama, they're giving him the tools to hopefully dispel that, and prevent that from happening again.

But is Palin herself making most Dems quake in their boots? No. She's not substantial enough to do that.
I agree...
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and please show me some of her detailed positions on various foreign policy issues.
show me o's first, after all he is seeking to lead the troops, not her-altho she has done that one already in her state.
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he has demonestrated more leadership, courage and idependent thinking than either sen o or joe.

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but i thought executive experience was incredibly important. i mean, Sarah Palin has 18 months of it, so therefore she's the most qualified woman person in the republican party.
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show me o's first, after all he is seeking to lead the troops, not her-altho she has done that one already in her state.

omg, are you really bringing up the Alaska national guard thing? do you really want to go there?

anyway, you can go visit Barack's website yourself.

again: please show me what Palin's opinions on Iraq, Iran, Russia, Georgia, North Korea, Sudan, etc.

you can you not do it because THEY DON'T EXIST BECAUSE SHE HAS NO RECORD OF ANY INTEREST IN FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
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