Palin pardons turkey while others sla...

Palin pardons turkey while others slaughtered

There are 133 comments on the Newsday story from Nov 21, 2008, titled Palin pardons turkey while others slaughtered. In it, Newsday reports that:

Anthony Schmidt, left, owner of Triple D Farm and Hatchery, holds the turkey that was pardoned by Alaska Gov.

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WATCHER7

Aurora, CO

#130 Nov 28, 2008
Eric wrote:
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As idiotic as your posts are and moronic your ideologies, I still find myself unable to scan through these posts and allow you to get away with baseless allegations and name-calling without serving up a reality check.
For the last 3 months or so, you've continued (quite annoyingly, I might add) to post "McCain...More of the same". Well, a round of applause for your president-elect, the one who vowed to bring new perspective to the White House and get rid of career politicians. We can all see how he's doing that already, by appointing two career politicians to two of the highest posts in U.S. government: Hillary Clinton to Secretary of State and Janet Napolitano to head the Department of Homeland Security. Just for S&G's...allow me to point out that Janet Napolitano has continually voted against anti-immigration legislation time and time again. So just to emphasize the point, Obama has appointed an anti-immigration legislation politician to lead the government agency responsible for protecting the borders from terrorism and illegal immigration. And so it begins...
"McCain...More of the same." Yes indeed it would have been had God elected to "move the earth and the heavens" to make the ridiculously improbable possible. McCunnie and Pale-end...don't make me die laughing! Osama...excuse me...Barry..."Change we can believe in?" Why aren't americans rioting in the streets? Alabama boy...excuse me...bin chicago...excuse me...the black dude..."promised the holy land," "the land of milk and honey," to the desperate and ignorant, and the stupid, and his "change" is now to infest, populate, his "ass-hole-menstural-ation " with corporate and clintonite slugs? You have been "fugged" believers in "change." Rant and rave at me...it is easier than recognizing that you were idiot dupes following another "pied piper," that you are indeed going to get adz-fugged by another political slug intent upon personal gain while promising you what every politician has "promised" since "god only knows when." After 8 years of the pure scum bush...you "cry out in desperation" for scum like osama...alabama...oragami...wh atever. Pathetic and pitiful.
backatya

Saint Louis, MO

#131 Apr 4, 2009
Citizen for change wrote:
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In the news story on TV they did ask her if she wanted to move and she said "No this is fine". Still think shes smart enough to be VP?
Obviously recorded by a lib from MSNBC...their ratings are so high! Think Biden (Hoof and mouth disease) is smart enough to be VP..maybe he knows what part of the Constitution regulates his job!
backatya

Saint Louis, MO

#132 Apr 4, 2009
Ed Burke wrote:
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Ask yourself why an Impeached President did a far better job of running this nation, than the Boob who replaced him. That is what the American voters concluded in 2006, and 2008, and they said it LOUD & CLEAR, with their votes.
If Bush could have been half as successful as Clinton, I think most would've been happy to see him get a B J and been glad he did.
Isn't it time you Repugs saw reality for a change, and then re-think all those lame brained ideas like government is a problem, and free markets solve everything, and greed needs to be unregulated. Look around this Disaster has your boys finger prints all over it, and if a B j could reverse BUSH's Depression, Americans would gladly 'chip in' to pay for it.
Hope your wallet agrees with you when you are paying for your democratic stimulus.

“Reconquer This.”

Since: Feb 08

Haymarket, VA

#133 Apr 4, 2009
Mykro wrote:
<quoted text>We've been here before, the general concensus is that she is incapable of rational thought.
And then there's Odumbo. Quite possibly the dumbest human being to ever walk the earth.
backatya

Saint Louis, MO

#134 Apr 4, 2009
Ed Burke wrote:
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Wow, Another Original Thought Straight From FOX news !
You're a fart-smeller, er, I mean Smart Fella !
You sound like a turdtamper!
backatya

Saint Louis, MO

#135 Apr 4, 2009
Moron Ed Burke follower wrote:
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do you still have a job at Red Cedar? Are you still a fart smeller?
lol
lol
schmuck
what a richardhead!
backatya

Saint Louis, MO

#136 Apr 4, 2009
Ed Burke wrote:
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I Bet if you had a Brain, you'd be Dangerous !
Isn't that like the pot calling the kettle black?

Since: Feb 08

Hypoluxo Fl

#137 Apr 5, 2009
Battlecat wrote:
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And then there's Odumbo. Quite possibly the dumbest human being to ever walk the earth.
No, George already has that position.
Eric

United States

#138 Apr 7, 2009
WATCHER7 wrote:
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"McCain...More of the same." Yes indeed it would have been had God elected to "move the earth and the heavens" to make the ridiculously improbable possible. McCunnie and Pale-end...don't make me die laughing! Osama...excuse me...Barry..."Change we can believe in?" Why aren't americans rioting in the streets? Alabama boy...excuse me...bin chicago...excuse me...the black dude..."promised the holy land," "the land of milk and honey," to the desperate and ignorant, and the stupid, and his "change" is now to infest, populate, his " ****-hole-menstural-ation " with corporate and clintonite slugs? You have been "fugged" believers in "change." Rant and rave at me...it is easier than recognizing that you were idiot dupes following another "pied piper," that you are indeed going to get adz-fugged by another political slug intent upon personal gain while promising you what every politician has "promised" since "god only knows when." After 8 years of the pure scum bush...you "cry out in desperation" for scum like osama...alabama...oragami...wh atever. Pathetic and pitiful.
There wasn't a single intelligible thought in that entire assenine rant. The only thing you've accomplished by posting that idiotic comment was to verify just how dumb you really are.

“Reconquer This.”

Since: Feb 08

United States

#139 Apr 9, 2009
Mykro wrote:
<quoted text>No, George already has that position.
No, UH-bama has grabbed the moron-mantle and run with it like no other!
Leber Evad

United States

#140 Sep 28, 2009
Citizen for change wrote:
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Thats why the animal rights groups call her "the killa from Wasilla".
I know this is old dirt.......

But, I suppose those Deer that run out in front of my car have rights!

Well, thanks to the sport hunting community, there is one good story after another about wildlife (game wildlife) rebounding in areas where they were wiped-out years ago.

Right now, practically every state in the continential lower 48 has an over-populated situation with Deer, squirrels, racoons, foxes, coyotes, wild turkey, etc....... and Bobcats are having field day too!

Sad thing is, the number of hunters have dropped and there has been a corresponding increase in collisions on the highways with these animals.

Hunting is a very effective way in managing wildlife!.

Don't know how that affects their rights......... but starving is an alternative!

“Spay and neuter your pet”

Since: Jul 07

Burnt Hills

#141 Sep 28, 2009
Leber Evad wrote:
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I know this is old dirt.......
But, I suppose those Deer that run out in front of my car have rights!
Well, thanks to the sport hunting community, there is one good story after another about wildlife (game wildlife) rebounding in areas where they were wiped-out years ago.
Right now, practically every state in the continential lower 48 has an over-populated situation with Deer, squirrels, racoons, foxes, coyotes, wild turkey, etc....... and Bobcats are having field day too!
Sad thing is, the number of hunters have dropped and there has been a corresponding increase in collisions on the highways with these animals.
Hunting is a very effective way in managing wildlife!.
Don't know how that affects their rights......... but starving is an alternative!
Well, the problem with hunters is that they aim and fire and don't know what they are shooting at. Too many times they have either killed another hunter or another citizen. Another issue it their ego's, killing something innocent makes them feel manly but to the public they are viewed as uncompassionate. I think that in our world today people are just plain tired of all the killing going on in the world and to kill something so sweet and innocent just seems like another henious act has been committed. Btw, I'm married to a hunter and I'm the rescuer. He does his thing and I do mine.
Leber Evad

United States

#142 Sep 29, 2009
Hey dude.......... you must be a vegetarian!

Millions of cows, goats, hogs, chickens, etc., are slaughtered (killed) daily to feed the world. On top of that, there are millions of fish, related seafood items that harvested (killed) each day to also feed the world.

So, let see....... Bambi is suppose to live forever!....... will not be hit by a car, downed by a wolf, coyote, bear, bobcat, lynx, cougar, etc.

Regardless of how I feel, you feel, or the rest of the public feels, wildlife is best managed by hunting.

You need to look up the stats on hunter gun related deaths (while hunting). It is very very small........ in fact, you are probably safer out in the bush than on the street in many cities around the world.

Sure, there is a bad preciption by the public about hunters. Primarily the reason for such a view is caused by bias reporting, etc., by the main stream media.... not a fair shake!

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