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Old 09-23-2008, 08:33 PM   #136
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Would you honestly feel comfortable with Sarah Palin as President of the United States?
I don't think you're going to get a real, truthfully honest response to that from those who firmly identify as Republican and/or conservative. At least in here. Your party winning trumps any concerns you may have with the ticket. There is no room for dissent when you're trying to win the White House. Dissent makes you look weak.
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Please.

Don't give me any of this "she has more executive experience" garbage. It simply isn't an answer to the question.

All McCain-Palin supporters.

Yes or no.

Would you honestly feel comfortable with Sarah Palin as President of the United States?

I am not a McCain supporter or an Obama supporter.

I have at times been somewhere around between 45% to 53 % for one of these two candidates.

Right now, I am at about 42 % for one and 45 % for the other.

I hope I get to at least 52-55 % by election day
so I feel like I want the person I vote for to win.

Back to Palin.

That is an easy one.

Of the four: McCain, Biden, Obama and herself.

She is absolutely the least prepared to be President.

and one more thing,
human life begins at conception. I am 100% in favor of the right to have an abortion, first trimester.
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Your party winning trumps any concerns you may have with the ticket. There is no room for dissent when you're trying to win the White House. Dissent makes you look weak.
Ah, but that's why they win.

In a lot of ways I think it's what Democrats need to learn to do if they (we) don't want to just keep accepting being goverened by whoever the hell the Republicans put up. People can talk change all they want, but you aren't going to get it by losing.
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The "Road to Nowhere"

Looks like even though she said "Thanks but no thanks" to the Bridge (after she fought for it, of course), she decided to go ahead and continue building the $26million road that leads to the bridge site!!! That's right---$26million of YOUR FEDERAL TAXES paid for a 3-mile road that no one uses, not even the people on the island(!!!) because it doesn't go ANYWHERE!

ProPublica: Palin's Road to Nowhere | Newsweek Politics: Campaign 2008 | Newsweek.com
Sarah Palin said yes, thanks, to a road to nowhere in Alaska - Los Angeles Times



The problem isn't that it's there---the whole thing with pork barrel projects is that they seem useless (even though this one really is!). The REAL problem is that she had the opportunity to cancel it, but didn't! What judgement!

Man, $26million would've looked great in schools, real roads, back in my pocket.......
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Looks Presidential here.

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The "Road to Nowhere"

Looks like even though she said "Thanks but no thanks" to the Bridge (after she fought for it, of course), she decided to go ahead and continue building the $26million road that leads to the bridge site!!! That's right---$26million of YOUR TAXES paid for a 3-mile road that no one uses, not even the people on the island(!!!) because it doesn't go ANYWHERE!

The Bridge was 400 million

that is what she said "No thanks to."

She said if we want a bridge

"We will pay for it ourselves"

if the bridges get built they will need the road.

The 26 million for the road would never have gone "in your pocket"


each of the 50 states get money from Congress for projects

Where do you think the money that congress spends comes from?

And unless they send the money over seas, all money congress spends will end up in one of the 50 states.
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Would you honestly feel comfortable with Sarah Palin as President of the United States?
Were you here when Dennis Kucinich won the FYM primary?

Anyway, pose this question again after the VP debate. But, I like what I've heard so far and I agree with her positions on issues more than any of the other 3 candidates on the tickets.
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The "Road to Nowhere"

Looks like even though she said "Thanks but no thanks" to the Bridge (after she fought for it, of course), she decided to go ahead and continue building the $26million road that leads to the bridge site!!! That's right---$26million of YOUR TAXES paid for a 3-mile road that no one uses, not even the people on the island(!!!) because it doesn't go ANYWHERE!

ProPublica: Palin's Road to Nowhere | Newsweek Politics: Campaign 2008 | Newsweek.com
Sarah Palin said yes, thanks, to a road to nowhere in Alaska - Los Angeles Times



The problem isn't that it's there---the whole thing with pork barrel projects is that they seem useless (even though this one really is!). The REAL problem is that she had the opportunity to cancel it, but didn't! What judgement!

Man, $26million would've looked great in schools, real roads, back in my pocket.......
Yet another example of how certain people that are scared of Palin becoming Vice-President or President of the United States totally over-reach at particular subjects...this one is not quite as bad as the "Bush Doctrine" but it's coming awful close. I'm guessing that most people are sick and tired of this "Bridge to Nowhere" nonsense - you wanna know why?? Because it leads NOWHERE!!! Who cares if she was "for it" then "against it" - what politician hasn't been caught in that one???

There's got to be some achilles heal for real attacks that matter. What it is I haven't figured out yet. I'm guessing the "No abortion - even in the case of rape and insest" might do it, but, is there any evidence that she's tried any legislation on that or, as weirdly extreme as it is, is it just her personal belief???
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The Bridge was 400 million

that is what she said "No thanks to."
Except she didn't say no thanks. She was all for it until it became a political liability. And then she kept the money anyway.
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Were you here when Dennis Kucinich won the FYM primary?

Anyway, pose this question again after the VP debate. But, I like what I've heard so far and I agree with her positions on issues more than any of the other 3 candidates on the tickets.
She has positions?
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She has positions?
From her position on the front porch she can see Moscow.
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then she kept the money anyway.
she may be from a small town

but she does wear designer clothes,

lip stick is not cheap

what's a girl to do

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My ranking of my agreement on the stances of the ticket members:

1. Obama
2. Biden
3. McCain
N/A. Palin
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From her position on the front porch she can see Moscow.
Good thing too. Imagine how boring and uninspiring the view would be if her porch in Juneau faced to the east?
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