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James Carville, Jeb Bush: Palin likely to hit presidential tick...

There are 30 comments on the Santa Cruz Sentinel story from Apr 27, 2010, titled James Carville, Jeb Bush: Palin likely to hit presidential tick.... In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin stands good odds of being the Republican nominee for president in 2012, according to two of the nation's top political strategists who visited the Monterey Peninsula on Monday.

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General P T BillBo

United States

#26 Apr 27, 2010
Ohhhh Kay.........,

but, so "brand specific".....

Paid shill?

Since: Mar 08

Location hidden

#28 Apr 27, 2010
General P T BillBo wrote:
Yep, and, if you aren't tweedle dum or tweedle dee.....?
take Sarah Palin for instance....
You get treated like they treat Sarah.
Frankly, I think she'd be a really good President.
THE FACT that she doesn't believe that she knows everything could really help our country.
Because, let's face it, look at the mess that Oh' Bummer - our "special" KNOW IT ALL - has made.
Oh, BTW, they just leaked the ACTUAL REPORT - suppressed by "Leadership" during the so called Congressional "debate".....
Medical Costs are going to SKY ROCKET FOR EVERYBODY thanks to the health bill.
As if we didn't know that already?
It's just the Law of Supply and Demand and simple arithmetic.
THIRTY MILLION NEW "customers" - no real increase in the numbers of Doctors, Hospitals and needles.
There's simply no way that prices don't go WAY UP.
Thank you very much "Leadership".
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Those 30 million haven't been going without healthcare.

They just get it when and where it is most expensive (when the condition has become a major problem and where: the ER). Since they are uninsured, the cost is picked up by US (medicaid) or US (built into insurance costs).

Yeah,$arah will make a good president.

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Hahahahahahahahaha!*Gasp* Hahahahahahaha!*Sputter* Hahahahahahahahaha!

Can you imagine the Wasillabillies in the White House! Piper giving the bird to foreign dignitaries...

Since: Jan 10

Santa Cruz, CA

#29 Apr 27, 2010
Mid-County Resident wrote:
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BIll Maher speaks with more intelligence on political issues than any Republican candidiate I have ever listened to.
You are a TV fool.
Scooter

Soquel, CA

#30 Apr 27, 2010
Listening to the Panetta lecture series last night on KSCO I was vastly impressed by the intelligence and clear communication by Jeb Bush. Too bad he did not attain the presidency; his brother George is no comparison to Jeb. James Carville, despite his apparent popularity, is a pushy loudmouth, makes many stupid remarks, and sounds like a viper so similar to his appearance.
the fun people

Santa Cruz, CA

#31 Apr 27, 2010
Scooter wrote:
James Carville, despite his apparent popularity, is a pushy loudmouth, makes many stupid remarks, and sounds like a viper so similar to his appearance.
Yes, sexist and racist remarks that is...
pleez

San Leandro, CA

#32 Apr 28, 2010
Mid-County Resident wrote:
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BIll Maher speaks with more intelligence on political issues than any Republican candidiate I have ever listened to.
I listen to Bill Maher as much as I listen to Travis T. Hip or Rush Limbaugh...ZERO!
Panty Twist

United States

#33 Apr 29, 2010
commenter2001 wrote:
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Hahahahahahahahaha!*Gasp* Hahahahahahaha!*Sputter* Hahahahahahahahaha!....
You people have already been forced to EAT THOSE EXACT SAME WORDS once before.

This whole debasing of Sarah Palin is just a repeat of "really smart" ONE TERM jimmy carter's self puffing BS about "that stupid "B" rate actor - haw haw haw".....

Who then, of course, EASILY slaughtered the incredibly arrogant Dirty Demos to become THE NEXT PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

Furthermore - and I emphasize this - ALONG WITH PROP 13 out here in California!

I was at the local Dirty Demo's "victory party" that night - oh, the long faces.

All those out of state CARPETBAGGERS who had slimed there way into running CETA and the rest of Big Government's "programs" had to pack up and go find real work in some other state.

Folks, it's time for a NEW PROP 13 - with REAL TEETH THIS TIME.

Let's shrink our State Government down to JUST ONE HOUSE of part time VOLUNTEER legislators.

SEND THESE BIG GOVERNMENT CREEPS PACKING once again.

That's the answer.
Rory

Palo Alto, CA

#34 Apr 29, 2010
General P T BillBo wrote:
Frankly, I think she'd be a really good President.
THE FACT that she doesn't believe that she knows everything could really help our country.
Truthfully, this is a big problem in our country. We are the greatest nation on earth. We are for the most part fair and just people willing to do the right thing when necessary. We have been an example to other nations around the globe.

But we are so starved for self validation that we are willing to settle on something less in order to make ourselves feel good. We want people to think our own personal ideas about things are the right things. Awhile ago I was listening to something where a person made the comment "I don't want our President to be "smart". I want our President to be EMBARRASSINGLY SMART!". I'm an average guy, but I don't want my President to be an "average" person. Just as I know I have my opinions and think I am up to date on things and am a good person, I don't think I should be President. Nor do I think any of my friends should be President. I want someone with a firm command of the global situation. I want someone with the guts to tell me my ideas, although maybe in the right place, might not be the best thing for us. I want someone to think that the hard road is going to get us to a better place than the easier road.

Sarah Palin may very well be a nice person reflecting the average American. But she's not the right person to lead us. She may tell us what we want to hear, but she's not the person to get us to a better domestic future and global place of leadership. Go have lunch with her and chat over a salad if you think she's reflecting your own personal ideas, but vote for a person who is going to get us all somewhere.
Panty Twist

United States

#35 Apr 29, 2010
Sarah is smart enough to NOT BORROW TRILLIONS MORE to rescue fat cat Government "workers" in California and other big spending Liberal States.

But, "EMBARRASSINGLY SMART" President - according to people like you but, with what actual evidence I've yet to see - Oh Bummer?

HE'S NOT SMART ENOUGH to not do that.

So, IN TRUTH....

There is a huge "Brains" gap - with Oh' Bummer actually standing WAY BEHIND Sarah Palin.

Shocking huh?
Rory wrote:
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Truthfully, this is a big problem in our country. We are the greatest nation on earth. We are for the most part fair and just people willing to do the right thing when necessary. We have been an example to other nations around the globe.
But we are so starved for self validation that we are willing to settle on something less in order to make ourselves feel good. We want people to think our own personal ideas about things are the right things. Awhile ago I was listening to something where a person made the comment "I don't want our President to be "smart". I want our President to be EMBARRASSINGLY SMART!". I'm an average guy, but I don't want my President to be an "average" person. Just as I know I have my opinions and think I am up to date on things and am a good person, I don't think I should be President. Nor do I think any of my friends should be President. I want someone with a firm command of the global situation. I want someone with the guts to tell me my ideas, although maybe in the right place, might not be the best thing for us. I want someone to think that the hard road is going to get us to a better place than the easier road.
Sarah Palin may very well be a nice person reflecting the average American. But she's not the right person to lead us. She may tell us what we want to hear, but she's not the person to get us to a better domestic future and global place of leadership. Go have lunch with her and chat over a salad if you think she's reflecting your own personal ideas, but vote for a person who is going to get us all somewhere.
patriotic democrat

United States

#36 May 26, 2010
God Bless James Carville. Obama, and his Mob of elitiest anarchists, should resign immediately and admit they are incompetent fools.

How dare this monster have the gaul to yuk it up at a fundraiser last night! Is he insane?

If this was Bush the Left would be crucifying him. Are Obama's abject failures plenty good enough for America and American Democrats?

If so, GOODBYE Losers!

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