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AYERS-OBAMA: THE VOTERS DON'T CARE

Oh yeah?
How about Palin as anti-free speech?
Sit down, Boy.

"Oh yeah" (?). How the fuck old are you? And what does Goldberg's piece have to do with that mish mash of ridiculous "analysis" you polluted this site with? Parroting someone else's ideas and words without giving proper credit is mindless plagiarism.

Please ask your mother if it's okay for you to comment on this site. It is for thinking adults only, not kids who should be in school or doing their homework or something.

ed.

Comment Posted By griefer On 7.10.2008 @ 10:09

time for a little truthsay here, Rick.
McCain has no strategy.
He has a series of tactics.
Palin, while she may have looked good at the start, is cleaving your party along the intellectual fault lines.
Your party is becoming schizophrenic.
How do you endorse a candidate running a platform of anti-intellectual IQ-baiting while promoting college opportunities for every child?
How do you support a candidate that disdains proper english and scorns higher education when a college education is the dream of every "Joe Six-pack" for their child?
The Republican party has had a psychotic break with reality.

I think it is time for conservatives to look at damage control and triage.

That might be the most amatuer analysis I've seen yet on this site - and there have been a lot of them on both sides.

ed.

Comment Posted By griefer On 7.10.2008 @ 09:53

'Unleash' Palin? Get Real

get this Rick.

This is what happens when you invite the vamphyre into the house.
Pretty soon, the vamphyres think they own the house.
And right after that, you all become vamphyres.

OH - GO JUMP OFF A CLIFF, WILLYA?

That's your last comment.

ed.

Comment Posted By griefer On 29.09.2008 @ 11:43

One more thing Rick.
Aren't u guyz the smallest bit peeved that Septugenarian Guy threw the Hope of the Republican Party under the Straight-talk express?
I mean.....Palin might have been a contender with some seasoning.
As it is, she was just a fresh horse for McCain.
My grandfather taold me to always vote republican.
No thanks.

You eat your young.

Jesus - can't you do anything except repeat Dem talking points and liberal boilerplate? It's not even original taunting. What a fucking robot.

ed.

Comment Posted By griefer On 29.09.2008 @ 11:30

rick, dude......
this isnt really funnie anymore.
McCain chose what the Founders would have called a Demagogue for his running mate. No one can say she is qualled at this point in time.
This is a test of the Constitution.

Will we elect a Demagogue in the Age of American Idol?

Comment Posted By griefer On 29.09.2008 @ 11:21

hey rick

i think team mccain agrees with you.

"Capitol Hill sources are telling me that senior McCain people
are more than concerned about Palin.

The campaign has held a mock debate and a mock press conference; both are being described as "disastrous." One senior McCain aide was quoted as saying, "What are we going to do?" The McCain people want to move this first debate to some later, undetermined date, possibly never. People on the inside are saying the Alaska Governor is "clueless."
http://www.fivethirtyeight.com/2008/09/memo-to-joe-biden-let-palin-talk.html

Comment Posted By griefer On 29.09.2008 @ 11:17

and that is also the reason Palin can't benefit from A Crash Course in Absolutely Everything.

If she believes in Young Earth Creationism in the face of massive scientific data disproving it, she simply isn't bright enough.

Comment Posted By griefer On 29.09.2008 @ 11:07

the reason Palin can't be trusted to talk to the press is the press will ask her about Pentecostal witchproofing and Young Earth Creationism.

ANCHORAGE — Soon after Sarah Palin was elected mayor of the foothill town of Wasilla, Alaska, she startled a local music teacher by insisting in casual conversation that men and dinosaurs coexisted on an Earth created 6,000 years ago — about 65 million years after scientists say most dinosaurs became extinct — the teacher said.

After conducting a college band and watching Palin deliver a commencement address to a small group of home-schooled students in June 1997, Wasilla resident Philip Munger said, he asked the young mayor about her religious beliefs.

Palin told him that “dinosaurs and humans walked the Earth at the same time,” Munger said. When he asked her about prehistoric fossils and tracks dating back millions of years, Palin said “she had seen pictures of human footprints inside the tracks,” recalled Munger, who teaches music at the University of Alaska in Anchorage and has regularly criticized Palin in recent years on his liberal political blog, called Progressive Alaska.

this isn't a youthful indescretion with marijuana...this is genuine, whackjob crazy non-mainstream belief.

Comment Posted By griefer On 29.09.2008 @ 11:03


 


 


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