Palin Smiles As 'SNL' Mocks Her Anew

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After watching "Saturday Night Live" make fun of her from afar, Sarah Palin witnessed it first hand this week as Tina Fey engaged in fiction by depicting her at the news conference the Republican vice ...
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Nobama philadelphia

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Oct 21, 2008
 
designStar wrote:
Sarah Palin has sent the wome's movement back by at least 2 decades. She is a total laughing stalk in the political community. I can not believe that more women have not spoken up about her. The fact that she was chosen ONLY because she was a women, and not because she has any qualifications, does nothing to promote equality between the sexes. Once again, a man chose a woman not because she was qualified but because she was a woman. She is being used and ridiculed by the McCain camp and they both should be ashamed and embarassed!
sounds like you don't know a damn thing about Palin excepted being very very jealouse of her,her accomplished so much in her young life that you couldn't even dream about,you talking about qualifications, what are you qualify for??? except being jealous and hate.other women has spoken up about Palin,but not the same tone that you have,they like to see her get into the white house to open doors for future women to have the same chance as men,those women thinking about all the women, you are only thinking about yourself.eat your heart out.

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#22
Oct 21, 2008
 
Floyd wrote:
<quoted text> I agree, Obamma scares the heck outta me. If by some unfortunate chance he becomes President with the help of ACORN's illegal voting help. maybe True Texans can sign a patition and Texas can return to being a Republic once again. That way we can keep our guns. Long live the Republic of Texas.
Your poor spelling skills scare me!
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Oct 21, 2008
 
QUEENLEENO1 wrote:
I think she is great!! Sara Palin I mean..
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That only proves you are a first class fool. Palin doesn't even know what the job of the Vice President consist of. This woman is not ready for the second highest office. She needs time to learn Washington and the US Const. Maybe she should run for Senate and then she can take her time and learn how DC and of federal laws work. A few years in the Senate and I think we could see our first woman president. But as it stands today, she is not a quick study, she is not ready, she is not first string.
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Oct 21, 2008
 
Katevm5 wrote:
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Your poor spelling skills scare me!
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Registering multiple times is not fraud. Showing up with a voters reg. card with the name Mickey Mouse will be stopped. Repubs purging real voters is suppression. Setting up police roadblocks for checking warrants is suppression.
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#25
Oct 21, 2008
 
In some counties they are checking ID by comparing a license to what was entered from ones voter regs. So if my middle initial is K and someone typed J then I cannot vote. Even though the keys J & K are next to each other.
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Oct 21, 2008
 
I cannot fathom the number of people standing up for her "qualifications", then in the same breath talking about how hot she is.
She absolutely has done more than a lot of us, but by no means does that mean she's ready to be a heartbeat away from a presidency. I've heard plenty of women say, "but she's a mom/she breastfed/she [insert other 'everyday folk' thing that millions of other people do daily] just like me, she'll do great!" Being a kind person, a good mom, even, in this case, an ok governor does not mean you are ready to be the vice president of the country. That's not to say she'd never be ready for this, but McCain certainly didn't pick her because she knew her stuff.
She was handed an incredible opportunity that would have been very hard to turn down, but she herself should have realized she's just not yet ready for it, and declined.
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Oct 22, 2008
 
Copsmom wrote:
OK, maybe I'm going to hear it for saying this, but I can't believe I'm the only one that feels this way, but here goes; I don't like either one of them and don't want to vote at all!
I think you probably speak for a lot of people, including myself. Therefore, I decided to just look at the issues that are personal TO ME. TO ME, healthcare is a very touchy subject. Under McCains plan, insurance companies would not be obligated to cover me, and or they could charge me rates so high I could never afford it. I don't care about a $5000 tax credit under McCains plan, beacuse it would not be payable to me (only to the insurance comanies)and to insure a family of 4 costs about $12,000. That plan would still leave me $7000 short. I could go on and on, but I think you get the picture.

I disagree with you about not voting, because then you forfeit the right to speak up if things continue to go south. In the end, I am trying to say I am not wild about either of them either, but I do believe Obama to be the lesser of 2 evils.
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Oct 22, 2008
 
Someone wrote:
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I think you probably speak for a lot of people, including myself. Therefore, I decided to just look at the issues that are personal TO ME. TO ME, healthcare is a very touchy subject. Under McCains plan, insurance companies would not be obligated to cover me, and or they could charge me rates so high I could never afford it. I don't care about a $5000 tax credit under McCains plan, beacuse it would not be payable to me (only to the insurance comanies)and to insure a family of 4 costs about $12,000. That plan would still leave me $7000 short. I could go on and on, but I think you get the picture.
I disagree with you about not voting, because then you forfeit the right to speak up if things continue to go south. In the end, I am trying to say I am not wild about either of them either, but I do believe Obama to be the lesser of 2 evils.
Why don't you look at also the religion aspect of it? Obama, the lesser of two evils; my foot.
Look at this he's for same sex marriage, he was in with what's his face running for pres in Kenya (who says Obama is the messiah), he's a socialist (aka communist). BTW Obama IS NOT African American, he is Arabian American. Get your story straight and do some more research before making a decision. I believe McCain IS the lesser of two evils. But then again I should probably vote for the constitution party.
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Oct 22, 2008
 
Someone wrote:
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I think you probably speak for a lot of people, including myself. Therefore, I decided to just look at the issues that are personal TO ME. TO ME, healthcare is a very touchy subject. Under McCains plan, insurance companies would not be obligated to cover me, and or they could charge me rates so high I could never afford it. I don't care about a $5000 tax credit under McCains plan, beacuse it would not be payable to me (only to the insurance comanies)and to insure a family of 4 costs about $12,000. That plan would still leave me $7000 short. I could go on and on, but I think you get the picture.
I disagree with you about not voting, because then you forfeit the right to speak up if things continue to go south. In the end, I am trying to say I am not wild about either of them either, but I do believe Obama to be the lesser of 2 evils.
You're right, by not voting you don't have a say and have no right to complain or be happy, but I can't remember a presidential election where I have been this unhappy with BOTH candidates!
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Oct 22, 2008
 
DIANE- Irving- Tx wrote:
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Why don't you look at also the religion aspect of it? Obama, the lesser of two evils; my foot.
Look at this he's for same sex marriage, he was in with what's his face running for pres in Kenya (who says Obama is the messiah), he's a socialist (aka communist). BTW Obama IS NOT African American, he is Arabian American. Get your story straight and do some more research before making a decision. I believe McCain IS the lesser of two evils. But then again I should probably vote for the constitution party.
I will respect your opinion, and you respect mine. As I said earlier, for me PERSONALLY I have to look at issues that I feel strongly about. I don't understand why you would tell me to "get my story straight"? My story is that I am concerned about healthcare, and it sounds as if for that reason Obama will be the better candidate FOR ME.
DIANE- Irving- Tx

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Oct 22, 2008
 
Someone wrote:
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I will respect your opinion, and you respect mine. As I said earlier, for me PERSONALLY I have to look at issues that I feel strongly about. I don't understand why you would tell me to "get my story straight"? My story is that I am concerned about healthcare, and it sounds as if for that reason Obama will be the better candidate FOR ME.
I do respect your opinion, I am just sick & tired of people talking about "Oh we have an African American running for president." Why don't they ever talk about the fact is he is Arabian American? That in itself is reverse racism. But as an American I do respect your opinion. I, however feel evil is still evil, that's why I'm stuck on whether I should vote Republican like the rest of my family or vote for the constitution party candidate Chuck Baldwin.
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Oct 23, 2008
 
Someone wrote:
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I think you probably speak for a lot of people, including myself. Therefore, I decided to just look at the issues that are personal TO ME. TO ME, healthcare is a very touchy subject. Under McCains plan, insurance companies would not be obligated to cover me, and or they could charge me rates so high I could never afford it. I don't care about a $5000 tax credit under McCains plan, beacuse it would not be payable to me (only to the insurance comanies)and to insure a family of 4 costs about $12,000. That plan would still leave me $7000 short. I could go on and on, but I think you get the picture.
I disagree with you about not voting, because then you forfeit the right to speak up if things continue to go south. In the end, I am trying to say I am not wild about either of them either, but I do believe Obama to be the lesser of 2 evils.
Your math is good, but your logic is wrong. If you think that making health care a government program, go to Canada. You'll soon be looking for private providers and paying for quality health care. More and more of Canada is seeking private health coverage. Or you could join the military and have them dictate to you a specific wieght, mandated exersize, that you eliminate your smoking, stay out of the sun, wear protective/reflective safety equipment when riding a bike,...in other words, dictate how you will live or risk losing your benifits. Think about it.
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Oct 23, 2008
 
DIANE- Irving- Tx wrote:
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I do respect your opinion, I am just sick & tired of people talking about "Oh we have an African American running for president." Why don't they ever talk about the fact is he is Arabian American? That in itself is reverse racism. But as an American I do respect your opinion. I, however feel evil is still evil, that's why I'm stuck on whether I should vote Republican like the rest of my family or vote for the constitution party candidate Chuck Baldwin.
I am confused, aren't we all "something - American"? Let's face it, the Italians came by boat loads, The Irish came by boat loads, Mexicans are everywhere, Asians are crawling the place (no disrespect intended to any of these people), and all of these people are part of the US now with long established historys. Why is "Arabian - American" any different? Are you saying all Arabs are bad people? By that logic, are Irish - Americans" any less American? Does the phrase "Bring us your poor, your hungry your tired" ring any bells for you?
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#34
Oct 23, 2008
 
What about us "Mutt-Americans"? My father always told me that I couldn't be a bigot, because I'm probably made up of a little bit of everything.
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Oct 23, 2008
 
EL Kabong wrote:
What about us "Mutt-Americans"? My father always told me that I couldn't be a bigot, because I'm probably made up of a little bit of everything.
My point exactly! K-Bong, you remind me of what my mom used to call the family dog who was a mutt...she would call him a Heinz 57 because he had "a little bit of everything" in him. No one except the Native Americans has the right to call themselves 100% American. WE ALL COME FROM SOMEWHERE.

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#36
Oct 23, 2008
 
Enough with the sub-classifications (something-American). That only serves to divide Americans.
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#37
Oct 23, 2008
 
Lo mas chingon wrote:
Enough with the sub-classifications (something-American). That only serves to divide Americans.
I guess by reverse logic, I was actually trying to bring people together, not divide them. My point was nearly every single one of has any number of nationality's that should go before American. Therefore we really are all alike.

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