Palin and the 'tea party'

Palin and the 'tea party'

There are 113 comments on the The Washington Post story from Mar 27, 2010, titled Palin and the 'tea party'. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

Sarah Palin continues to be a political lightning rod - drawing intensely negative reviews from liberal Democrats and far more positive assessments from conservative Republicans, according to a new Washington Post poll.

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“Si vis pacem, para bellum”

Since: Dec 07

Former US of A

#46 Mar 31, 2010
Polar515 wrote:
As a progressive democrat, I can only hope with every fiber in my body that Sarah Palin will run for president in 2012. I really do, because she will lose miserably at the hands of Obama in his re-election. So lets go Sarah!!
You can hope but Palin won't be the one removing Obama in '12. However, He's certainly looking like a one-term wonder at this point.
Marvin Hampton

Edinburg, TX

#47 Mar 31, 2010
Castle wrote:
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You can hope but Palin won't be the one removing Obama in '12. However, He's certainly looking like a one-term wonder at this point.
Maybe you are older than I am - wasn't Bill Clinto pretty much hated and cursed, etc. at this point in his administration?

Clinton DID NOT get health care reform passed, but he was re-electd for another.

Reagan had the same unfavorable rating after 1 year in office that Obama had.

Both of them were elected and served 2 terms. Lots cn happin before the next presidential election.

Some Democrats will lose their jobs. Maybe we'll get some reasonable hard-working representatives who will go to work to make America a better country.

The point is
Polar515

Amityville, NY

#48 Mar 31, 2010
Castle wrote:
<quoted text>
You can hope but Palin won't be the one removing Obama in '12. However, He's certainly looking like a one-term wonder at this point.
well he did get health care through, and that was one of his campaign promises. You have to admit he did come through on that promise, as much as the republicans hate it. And I really can't see the republicans getting a significant number of votes in november if they plan to run on "repeal". If they want to get more seats in november, they should really re think their campaign strategy.
Polar515

Amityville, NY

#49 Mar 31, 2010
Marvin Hampton wrote:
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Maybe you are older than I am - wasn't Bill Clinto pretty much hated and cursed, etc. at this point in his administration?
Clinton DID NOT get health care reform passed, but he was re-electd for another.
Reagan had the same unfavorable rating after 1 year in office that Obama had.
Both of them were elected and served 2 terms. Lots cn happin before the next presidential election.
Some Democrats will lose their jobs. Maybe we'll get some reasonable hard-working representatives who will go to work to make America a better country.
The point is
I agree, all we can do is speculate. Only time will tell.

“Si vis pacem, para bellum”

Since: Dec 07

Former US of A

#50 Mar 31, 2010
Polar515 wrote:
<quoted text>well he did get health care through, and that was one of his campaign promises. You have to admit he did come through on that promise, as much as the republicans hate it. And I really can't see the republicans getting a significant number of votes in november if they plan to run on "repeal". If they want to get more seats in november, they should really re think their campaign strategy.
Yes, he did get health care through. He jammed that square peg right through the round hole. I seem to remember Obama speaking of transparency in his campaign.
&fe ature=related
Why was this not the case with the health tax bill I wonder?
Seems Nancy Pelosi feels the same way. Pass the bill THEN we get the details?
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Fundamental change huh.
Is there any reason to assume immigration "reform" or cap and trade will be any different? Not from what I've seen so far.
Contrary to the socialist collectives belief, people will remember as they go to the polls in November that this bigger government means smaller paychecks. No? Here's a glimpse of cap and trade right from Karl....I mean Obama himself.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
I look forward to November.

“Freedom is not free”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#52 Apr 1, 2010
So many so called Americans voted for Obama not having a clue what modern liberalism and his agenda really was all about.

Now ALL Americans know the truth. The leftist cocksuckers who hate America and everything it is supposed to be and the welfare queens will still follow him but the American people will vote him out IF we are all still alive for the next election.

Modern liberalism is the greatest threat this country has faced in modern times and thanks to Obama the people now know that.

Obama and Nancy Pelosi have awakened the 'sleeping giant" and man is he pissed.
Polar515

Amityville, NY

#53 Apr 1, 2010
Garand wrote:
So many so called Americans voted for Obama not having a clue what modern liberalism and his agenda really was all about.
Now ALL Americans know the truth. The leftist cocksuckers who hate America and everything it is supposed to be and the welfare queens will still follow him but the American people will vote him out IF we are all still alive for the next election.
Modern liberalism is the greatest threat this country has faced in modern times and thanks to Obama the people now know that.
Obama and Nancy Pelosi have awakened the 'sleeping giant" and man is he pissed.
You are such a fool. I can't even begin to wonder what kind of propaganda you've been fed all your life. You are not only a complete fool, but a homophobic bigot as well. You ought to shut your mouth, because you are giving your constituents in the republican party a bad name. Most of the republicans I know are not nearly stupid enough to hand you any credibility. You are a troll. And a bad one at that.

“Freedom is not free”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#55 Apr 1, 2010
I don't give a rat's ass what ANY RINO thinks about me.

ALL real Americans no matter what their political party know I am right.

What the Republican party needs today is someone with enough balls to say what needs to be said and never back down to a bunch of spineless liberal fucktards.
Holly North

Edinburg, TX

#56 Apr 1, 2010
Polar515 wrote:
<quoted text>You are such a fool. I can't even begin to wonder what kind of propaganda you've been fed all your life. You are not only a complete fool, but a homophobic bigot as well. You ought to shut your mouth, because you are giving your constituents in the republican party a bad name. Most of the republicans I know are not nearly stupid enough to hand you any credibility. You are a troll. And a bad one at that.
You are right. Garand and others with similar comments are so radical they give REAL conservatives and REAL Republicans the heebie-jeebies. Fanatics hurt their own causes.

I can not understand why people interested in political matters and in current events will not take the 5 minutes needed to verify or disprove the rumors they hear.

It is unconscionable to carelessly spread lies or false rumors when all it would take to know the truth is to type in one of the web fact checkers address to verify or disprove a story.

PolitiFact.com ; FactCheck.org ; snopes.com
telepromptor investor

Anchorage, AK

#57 Apr 1, 2010
Holly North wrote:
<quoted text>
You are right. Garand and others with similar comments are so radical they give REAL conservatives and REAL Republicans the heebie-jeebies. Fanatics hurt their own causes.
I can not understand why people interested in political matters and in current events will not take the 5 minutes needed to verify or disprove the rumors they hear.
It is unconscionable to carelessly spread lies or false rumors when all it would take to know the truth is to type in one of the web fact checkers address to verify or disprove a story.
PolitiFact.com ; FactCheck.org ; snopes.com
Vey funny for a lacky socialist nut who spreads lies all day here about Palin....

HAHAHEHEHEHAELOLO
OMG

Belden, MS

#58 Apr 1, 2010
Impeach Obama - I think the american people will find in the future that he's the biggist scam in American history - enough said.

“"Tanners Flat" U dummy”

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#59 Apr 1, 2010
Garand wrote:
I don't give a rat's ass what ANY RINO thinks about me.
ALL real Americans no matter what their political party know I am right.
What the Republican party needs today is someone with enough balls to say what needs to be said and never back down to a bunch of spineless liberal fucktards.
are ya sayin republicans are a bunch a eunuchs?

HAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAA

Since: Dec 08

Western Chicago suburbs

#60 Apr 1, 2010
Castle wrote:
<quoted text>
You can hope but Palin won't be the one removing Obama in '12. However, He's certainly looking like a one-term wonder at this point.
"Looking" to you, perhaps.

“Si vis pacem, para bellum”

Since: Dec 07

Former US of A

#61 Apr 1, 2010
Zagg wrote:
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"Looking" to you, perhaps.
Pardon the oversight. In my view, of course.

“Freedom is not free”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#62 Apr 2, 2010
Holly North wrote:
<quoted text>
You are right. Garand and others with similar comments are so radical they give REAL conservatives and REAL Republicans the heebie-jeebies. Fanatics hurt their own causes.
Now that is funny. Liberalism has brainwashed you idiots to the point that you see anyone with traditional American values, the same values of our founding fathers and the vast majority of Americans had up until a very few years ago, as "radical".

There is nothing radical about the love of freedom, the Constitution, and the traditions and institutions that make America what it is supposed to be.

The radicals are the liberal pieces of shit who are trying to destroy everything real Americans love.

“Freedom is not free”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#63 Apr 2, 2010
OMG wrote:
Impeach Obama - I think the american people will find in the future that he's the biggist scam in American history - enough said.
The future is already here. People with brains already know it.

The people who voted for him fall into four categories. The first have wised up and regret voting for the Marxist moron. They were just the typical democrat who would vote for anyone just as long as he was a member of the demomarxist party

The second are anti American anti freedom leftist cocksuckers who hate everything American is supposed to be. They still support him because they hate America.

The third are welfare trash who are too sorry to work and they can't exist without the government handouts.

The fourth are the incredibly stupid who really think he is doing the right thing and helping America.
Responsibility

South San Francisco, CA

#64 Apr 2, 2010
Garand - your desperation is showing as you put down those millions of people who voted for Obama.

As far as those who have brains, I am not sure you are the one who should be throwing those stones!

You have no clue what the future holds as far as the next election. There seems to be a leaderless Party of Hell No and the Tea Blaggers are seen as a bunch of crazy white loons. If Palin is the spokesperson for either/both of those groups, then the election we will be exciting and clearer to the average thinking American who believe she would be a disaster for our country.

Obama will continue to work hard for this country and though his poll numbers are down (something you loons consider next to the bible) many of his supporters still believe he is working hard for our country.
zipyourlip

Manchester, KY

#65 Apr 2, 2010
Garand wrote:
<quoted text>The future is already here. People with brains already know it.
The people who voted for him fall into four categories. The first have wised up and regret voting for the Marxist moron. They were just the typical democrat who would vote for anyone just as long as he was a member of the demomarxist party
The second are anti American anti freedom leftist cocksuckers who hate everything American is supposed to be. They still support him because they hate America.
The third are welfare trash who are too sorry to work and they can't exist without the government handouts.
The fourth are the incredibly stupid who really think he is doing the right thing and helping America.
It must be very diffficult carrying that large brain of your's around all day! When one resorts to name calling, your cause is lost. It makes you appear to be angry. I ignore angry and pathetic people.

Since: Dec 08

Western Chicago suburbs

#66 Apr 2, 2010
Castle wrote:
<quoted text>
Pardon the oversight. In my view, of course.
Thank you. I'm not sure that your view is correct, but it is possible.

“Freedom is not free”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#67 Apr 2, 2010
Responsibility wrote:
Obama will continue to work hard for this country and though his poll numbers are down (something you loons consider next to the bible) many of his supporters still believe he is working hard for our country.
What an idiot.

You and his supporters believe a lot of things that are FAR from reality.

You idiots live in your own little fantasy world and that is not good.

Fantasy is fine to some degree but when it becomes your life you have serious problems.

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