Palin Leaves Open Option Of Russian War

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin left open the option Thursday of waging war with Russia if it were to invade neighboring Georgia and the former Soviet republic were a NATO ally. Full Story
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Bonnie

Sewell, NJ

#1 Sep 12, 2008
This woman is a whack job people ! She wants to wage a war with a country we have been avoiding war with for decades ??? She billed rape victims for their own rape kits for four years while she was mayor of Wasilla and she told her church audience that the Iraq war is a mission from God ????

Oh yea this is just what the country needs in the White House.
Astonished

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Sep 12, 2008
Oh, yeah, this issue, her incredible lack of knowledge of foreign, domestic or any kind of affairs,her unbelievably insensitive and callous treatment of rape victims when she was Mayor, and her dedication to wiping out all wildlife in Alaska as we know it through aerial hunts proves she is just what we need in the white house. I DON'T THINK SO!
rwjump

Mclean, VA

#3 Sep 12, 2008
How cute! Palin first likens the war in Iraq to the Crusades and then evokes Abraham Lincoln when challenged about her radical religous views.

Honestly, this woman interviews more like a pageant queen than a serious contender for a major political office.
MLS

Flower Mound, TX

#4 Sep 12, 2008
Sarah has made very intelligent answers. But Gibson(part of the liberal media) just like the rest of them, tried to have her answer something where they (the liberals) have something to talk about. Of course, they get paid for all their lies.
Anti

Chicago, IL

#5 Sep 12, 2008
Your bias is showing in your headline. What she said, is that the US should stand by its commitment. This wasn't always the case in the past. The media is clamoring to bring her to her knees, so far I haven't heard the media's take on Biden. You are quiet on him. Since I do not intend to vote for either Obama nor McCain, I do look at the reporting and find the mainstream media to be very slanted. What I haven't heard from the media, posed to either cadidate, are the questions that really concern the American people. This includes border security, the stupid trade agreements, specifics about the economy etc. The candidates speak in generalities and the media does not pose any hard questions to them. Ask them what they'll do about NAFTA andf WTO. You can cancel your membership with 6 months notice and renegotiate the terms. This should be your job. When are you going to do it? Stop focusing on generalities and start asking questions that are of real concern to the people.
what the

Midlothian, VA

#6 Sep 12, 2008
Palin is going to make GW Bush look like a peace loving hippie.

Even he was smart (ha ha ha) enough to stay away from Russia.

Since: Jul 08

San Diego, CA

#7 Sep 12, 2008
Palin is effing neurotic. Someone commit her! QUICK!
Bonnie

Sewell, NJ

#8 Sep 12, 2008
what the wrote:
Palin is going to make GW Bush look like a peace loving hippie.
Even he was smart (ha ha ha) enough to stay away from Russia.
Him and every president before him. Kennedy sent the warships out off Cuba to let them know he wasn't messing around but they were smart and backed off and that was the end of that.
G L Rockwell

Columbia, MD

#9 Sep 12, 2008
I recall after WWII in Germany, Germans were made to watch horror films about what Germans did to its war victims. These films may or may not have been true.
Perhaps every politician running for high office, certainly Sarah Palin, should have to watch films of the fire bombings of Germany and Japan and certainly the aftermath of atomic warfare on Nagasaki and Hiroshima. Then the pols should be educated how small compared with today's nuclear weapons the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombs really were.
Then the weapons the Russians and Americans have including Thermonuclear, biological and chemical weapons. Nuclear winter and the end result on corp lands as well as the destruction of cities and the hundreds of millions and perhaps billions of deaths round the world.
Being ignorant about countries and global issues while impressing people about religion and so call morality make the lady a very dangerous person to assume the highest office in the world. John McCain has been very irresponsible picking such a dud. But stupid people swing elections and Palin is the type to appeal to the lowest IQs in the land. The mental challenged vote is as good as the college professor's.
Bonnie

Sewell, NJ

#10 Sep 12, 2008
Anti wrote:
Your bias is showing in your headline. What she said, is that the US should stand by its commitment. This wasn't always the case in the past. The media is clamoring to bring her to her knees, so far I haven't heard the media's take on Biden. You are quiet on him. Since I do not intend to vote for either Obama nor McCain, I do look at the reporting and find the mainstream media to be very slanted. What I haven't heard from the media, posed to either cadidate, are the questions that really concern the American people. This includes border security, the stupid trade agreements, specifics about the economy etc. The candidates speak in generalities and the media does not pose any hard questions to them. Ask them what they'll do about NAFTA andf WTO. You can cancel your membership with 6 months notice and renegotiate the terms. This should be your job. When are you going to do it? Stop focusing on generalities and start asking questions that are of real concern to the people.
Gotta love this one here. Anti is gonna blow a vote on whoever the independent will be that will not have a prayer of getting in but yet we're expected to give credence to his/her opinion. GO AWAY !!
Unbelievable

Phoenix, AZ

#11 Sep 12, 2008
Bonnie wrote:
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Him and every president before him. Kennedy sent the warships out off Cuba to let them know he wasn't messing around but they were smart and backed off and that was the end of that.
This is correct - you have to at least show Russia and everyone else that you are willing to do what is necessary. So if she said, "No, war with Russia is definitely not an option..." it gives an open door to Russia to continue as they see fit.
oh krap

Midlothian, VA

#12 Sep 12, 2008
She is proving she can run a state, but is not ready to step up to the major leagues. Hopefully independent voters are smart enough not to vote for her, simply because she is a 'loving mother'.
rob

Indianapolis, IN

#13 Sep 12, 2008
Republicans and their excuses. "The media made her look bad." She made herself look bad, this woman is out of her mind with zero credentials. A war with Russia would be DISASTEROUS. As stated above, it would be a thermonuclear, biological, and chemical war, thus destroying an unimaginable amount of life.

Time for the cowboys to stop acting so tough, and stand up for whats truly right.

Bill Clinton, 200 Billion Dollar Surplus. Daddy Bush, Cainehead Bush, Actor Ronnie, all debt.

And yeah Kennedy sent the "warships" to Cuba to show them we weren't "messing around." Oh so tough. But Cainehead Bush sent troops to Iraq and we're still stuck in the mud over NOTHING. Billions a DAY.

1. There's always going to be welfare.
2. There's always going to be abortion.
3. Don't elect based on "morals." Politics and Morals have no baring upon each other.

YEEHAW.
Unbelievable

Phoenix, AZ

#14 Sep 12, 2008
G L Rockwell wrote:
But stupid people swing elections and Palin is the type to appeal to the lowest IQs in the land. The mental challenged vote is as good as the college professor's.
Which of the two voting demographics do you fall into?
Unbelievable

Phoenix, AZ

#15 Sep 12, 2008
rob wrote:
Republicans and their excuses. "The media made her look bad." She made herself look bad, this woman is out of her mind with zero credentials. A war with Russia would be DISASTEROUS. As stated above, it would be a thermonuclear, biological, and chemical war, thus destroying an unimaginable amount of life.
Time for the cowboys to stop acting so tough, and stand up for whats truly right.
Bill Clinton, 200 Billion Dollar Surplus. Daddy Bush, Cainehead Bush, Actor Ronnie, all debt.
And yeah Kennedy sent the "warships" to Cuba to show them we weren't "messing around." Oh so tough. But Cainehead Bush sent troops to Iraq and we're still stuck in the mud over NOTHING. Billions a DAY.
1. There's always going to be welfare.
2. There's always going to be abortion.
3. Don't elect based on "morals." Politics and Morals have no baring upon each other.
YEEHAW.
As President of the US - you can never take the option of war off the table. Its irresponsible.

1. There's always going to be welfare.(The way Liberal's want it)
2. There's always going to be abortion.(Again - same thing)
3. Don't elect based on "morals." Politics and Morals have no baring upon each other.(And the trifecta)..

Since: May 08

Philly

#16 Sep 12, 2008
Shocker....A republican wants to wage war....
That's the original Mavericks for ya!
Sandy

Chicago, IL

#17 Sep 12, 2008
THis women should not be any where near the WHite House OK, Obamam/Biden now more then ever, we have to get it right this time, this women is dangerous
Bonnie

Sewell, NJ

#18 Sep 12, 2008
Unbelievable wrote:
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This is correct - you have to at least show Russia and everyone else that you are willing to do what is necessary. So if she said, "No, war with Russia is definitely not an option..." it gives an open door to Russia to continue as they see fit.
I look at this issue as a UN issue. They are the ones supposed to be overseeing countries misbehaving. I don't know what the pact was called after WWI that countries signed to band together and stop invasions like we did in the first Gulf war. The US has got to stop all this freaking war mongering. First Iran was threatened then Korea and now this crazy wench is talking going to war with Russia ????

Since: May 08

Philly

#19 Sep 12, 2008
Unbelievable wrote:
<quoted text>
This is correct - you have to at least show Russia and everyone else that you are willing to do what is necessary. So if she said, "No, war with Russia is definitely not an option..." it gives an open door to Russia to continue as they see fit.
How bout saying War is always a last resort, diplomacy is best served in this case.
Anti

Chicago, IL

#20 Sep 12, 2008
Oh Bonnie, politicians mut love people like you, like sheep follow the party line. It is time to take the government back to the people, instead of letting big business dictate the policy. It isn't out of altruism that they spend $1,000,000. on both the democratic and republican conventions. Wake up and smell the roses!

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