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Old 09-09-2008, 06:18 PM   #571
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Really seems like a waste of time when Dan Rather stands ready to "produce" any kind of document to state whatever you want.
Be nice to Dan. It was a mistake and he said he was sorry.
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Old 09-09-2008, 06:30 PM   #573
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what has she done as governor that leads you to believe that she's had adequate preparation for the presidency?
A few more for ya


This spring she used her line-item veto to cut $268 million from state spending bills

GIA License bill signed August 27, 2008

House Bill 3001 for awarding a contract to TransCanada Alaska for developing and building a pipeline stretching for 1,715 miles from the Prudhoe Bay treatment plant to Alberta Canada.

Natives of Alaska have dreamed of a pipeline for more than 30 years. Sarah Palin in less than two years got the bill passed and the framework is now laid for them to move forward with the project.

Governor Palin said. “This legislation brings us closer than we’ve ever been to building a gas pipeline and finally accessing our gas that has been languishing for so many decades on the North Slope.”

More than 36,000 miles of pipeline is now operated by TransCanada Corporation in North America. They have built many pipelines also and are appreciative of the Governor's suport.


Energy Package signed August 25, 2008.

House Bill 4001 and Senate bill 4002 were signed into law by Governor Palin on August 25, 2008. SB 4002 pays $1,200 to each resident who qualifies. The money for these payments comes from the state's natural resource revenue. This bill also suspends the state's tax on gasoline.

“Alaskans who signed up for direct deposit will see these funds on September 12, along with their dividend,” said Governor Palin. “In rural Alaska, particularly, many people are facing a choice between feeding their families and heating their homes, and they could use this payment from the state's energy-generated surplus to cover some of those bills.”

Administrative Order 242 signed August 20, 2008.

This order puts together a co-op of the Department of Natural Resources and the Department of Revenue to work with organizations who wish to commercialize Alaska's North Slope natural gas.

"This solidifies our commitment to facilitating an LNG project that is a product of market interest,” Governor Palin said. “By committing both project capital and natural gas resources to a pipeline that would transport North Slope natural gas to tidewater, an LNG project can remain an integral element of the state’s effort to deliver Alaska’s gas to market"


Yeah, I see your point. She has no experience. How did she even end up on a Presidential ticket?
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People cannot keep saying "mayor of a town of 9000" and ignore what she has done as Governor.
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Do you really want to compare the accomplishments of the Governor and the community organizer?
Oh sweet, sweet hypocrisy...
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Oh, sweet, sweet hypocrisy....
Seriously. I hadn't caught that before because those two lines weren't right next to each other like that. Good catch.
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Oh sweet sarcasm...
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Old 09-09-2008, 07:00 PM   #577
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Seriously. I hadn't caught that before because those two lines weren't right next to each other like that. Good catch.
Well done. Find something else to talk about. Anything other than acknowledging the list of accomplishment. Well played.
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I don't think the mayor of Orange is ready to be VP. And Orange is bigger than Wasilla.
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Really seems like a waste of time when Dan Rather stands ready to "produce" any kind of document to state whatever you want.
Who do you think produced that document?
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I don't think the mayor of Orange is ready to be VP. And Orange is bigger than Wasilla.
To be fair, Palin is the state governor now.

Though I don't think The Governator is ready to be president, either.
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To be fair, Palin is the state governor now.

For 20 months, in a state with a population under one million. I think the governor of California, a state with a population of 35 million, even after 20 months, would be better qualified.
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Though I don't think The Governator is ready to be president, either.
As much as despise him, he's learned a few lessons the hard way.
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To be fair, Palin is the state governor now.

Though I don't think The Governator is ready to be president, either.
I think she has done more in her time than the last several guys we had in Sacramento. Our state is so screwed up. Arnold, Dave, Pete Wilson, Jerry Brown, Reps, Dems, it doesn't seem to matter who we have. Maybe we should have elected Gary Coleman or Mary Carey. Could we be any worse off?
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I think she has done more in her time than the last several guys we had in Sacramento. Our state is so screwed up. Arnold, Dave, Pete Wilson, Jerry Brown, Reps, Dems, it doesn't seem to matter who we have. Maybe we should have elected Gary Coleman or Mary Carey. Could we be any worse off?

Gray Davis was better at his job than the one we have now.
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For 20 months, in a state with a population under one million. I think the governor of California, a state with a population of 35 million, even after 20 months, would be better qualified.
Alaska, an important energy state where she has had real accomplishments. She has a record. She was also on the Oil and Gas Conservation Commission in AK. Oil and gas are pretty important to the other 49 states. Or if you are Obama 56 states.
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