Is Sarah too big for Washington?

Is Sarah too big for Washington?

There are 10 comments on the Gilmer Mirror story from Jun 9, 2013, titled Is Sarah too big for Washington?. In it, Gilmer Mirror reports that:

AN INEXPERIENCED, relatively unproven man sits in the White House, and you can almost see the strings moving him about the theatre called Washington.

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Makes sense

Evansville, IN

#1 Jun 12, 2013
Just the opposite, she's too small for America. LOL

Can you believe she wants to run for Senate????

What a JOKE!!!

GOP, listen to Bob Dole, for God's sake!!!
Dont drink the koolaid

Eden Prairie, MN

#2 Jun 17, 2013
An interesting rant from Mr. Vogel.
Gov. Palin did not warrant a mention until the forth paragraph.
Is she Senate material? It appears that is unlikely... Those who attain a seat in the Senate generally spend decades, even a lifetime in office.
Ms. Palin was incapable of sustaining as much as half of a 4 year term as the Head of the Executive Branch for the Great State of Alaska. Expectations of serving as a distinguished senator are grossly undeserved.

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#3 Jun 17, 2013
Dont drink the koolaid wrote:
An interesting rant from Mr. Vogel.
Gov. Palin did not warrant a mention until the forth paragraph.
Is she Senate material? It appears that is unlikely... Those who attain a seat in the Senate generally spend decades, even a lifetime in office.
Ms. Palin was incapable of sustaining as much as half of a 4 year term as the Head of the Executive Branch for the Great State of Alaska. Expectations of serving as a distinguished senator are grossly undeserved.
Obama spent 8 lack luster years in the Illinois Senate. He got elected to the position of Senator from Illinois and less than half way through his term he started campaigning for the presidency.

Obama certainly didn't merit the office of president the first time around and is even less deserving of his present term.

The fact that he was elected demonstrates 2 things. The ignorance of the voting public, ie: those that elected him, and apathy, ie: the ones that didn't vote at all.
Alley Cat

Prestonsburg, KY

#4 Jun 17, 2013
Bama Yankee wrote:
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Obama spent 8 lack luster years in the Illinois Senate. He got elected to the position of Senator from Illinois and less than half way through his term he started campaigning for the presidency.
Obama certainly didn't merit the office of president the first time around and is even less deserving of his present term.
The fact that he was elected demonstrates 2 things. The ignorance of the voting public, ie: those that elected him, and apathy, ie: the ones that didn't vote at all.
Where in the Constitution does it say one must be a Senator for a certain number of years to become President? The only qualifications it requires is age, and citizenship.

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#5 Jun 17, 2013
Alley Cat wrote:
<quoted text>Where in the Constitution does it say one must be a Senator for a certain number of years to become President? The only qualifications it requires is age, and citizenship.
You obviously missed the point.

Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and David Letterman and the local dog catcher all meet those qualifications. Would you want one of them for president?
Anonymous

Yanai, Japan

#6 Jun 18, 2013
Bama Yankee wrote:
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You obviously missed the point.
Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and David Letterman and the local dog catcher all meet those qualifications. Would you want one of them for president?


Hell no Bama!

Since: Feb 08

Hypoluxo Fl

#7 Jun 18, 2013
Bama Yankee wrote:
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You obviously missed the point.
Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and David Letterman and the local dog catcher all meet those qualifications. Would you want one of them for president?
No, but at least they can read a newspaper.
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#8 Jun 18, 2013
Bama Yankee wrote:
<quoted text>
Obama spent 8 lack luster years in the Illinois Senate. He got elected to the position of Senator from Illinois and less than half way through his term he started campaigning for the presidency.
Obama certainly didn't merit the office of president the first time around and is even less deserving of his present term.
The fact that he was elected demonstrates 2 things. The ignorance of the voting public, ie: those that elected him, and apathy, ie: the ones that didn't vote at all.
So, you believe that Republicans are lazy and apathetic. I disagree. They worked very hard to get President Obama elected — twice.
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#9 Jun 18, 2013
Dont drink the koolaid wrote:
An interesting rant from Mr. Vogel.
Gov. Palin did not warrant a mention until the forth paragraph.
Is she Senate material? It appears that is unlikely... Those who attain a seat in the Senate generally spend decades, even a lifetime in office.
Ms. Palin was incapable of sustaining as much as half of a 4 year term as the Head of the Executive Branch for the Great State of Alaska. Expectations of serving as a distinguished senator are grossly undeserved.
Have you all read the full article in The Gilmer Mirror, that pillar of journalism that presumably strives to reflect the collective wisdom of its northeastern Texas community? Sadly, this could be the daily bread that sustains and edifies the countrified locals — in particular those seeking confirmation everything they’ve heard on Faux Views.

Apparently, the real reason Sarah Palin isn’t president is that she’s “too big” compared to communist President Obama, puppet to Washington power brokers.
unreal

Old Bridge, NJ

#12 Jun 22, 2013
kuda wrote:
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So, you believe that Republicans are lazy and apathetic. I disagree. They worked very hard to get President Obama elected — twice.
Yes, and they make sure to hold down the poor and continue to invade my private doctor appointments.
Because it is all about my vagina, not jobs.

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