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Re: What a choice

By sonia2 - Nov 5, 2008, 10:17 AM
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thank you, McCain - you handed this one to us.



Hehe, so you admit Obama stands for jackshit, that he only won by tarring McCain as Bush, and in your opinion by picking Palin.




no, idiot.
whenever there is incompetent competition, there's no race.

I didn't say anything about standing for jackshit, tarring McCain....

your intuition is as good a Fred's!

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Re: What a choice

By sonia2 - Nov 5, 2008, 10:25 AM
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thank you, McCain - you handed this one to us.



Hehe, so you admit Obama stands for jackshit, that he only won by tarring McCain as Bush, and in your opinion by picking Palin.




338
52%
62,774,339

163
46%
55,620,226

the largest electoral margin since 1996.

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Re: What a choice

By sonia2 - Nov 5, 2008, 10:28 AM
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Picking Sarah Palin

McCain's choice of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his vice presidential pick in late August gave the Republicans an initial boost in the polls. It also helped energize the base, which, until then, had been cool to the senator's presidential bid.

But once the media had the opportunity to interview the former beauty queen and small town mayor, her favourability ratings dropped dramatically. In an interview with ABC News, Palin appeared not to know what the "Bush Doctrine" is. Another television interview, this one with CBS, also didn't go well, with the governor often appearing confused about major issues and offering rambling, incoherent answers.

The woman who had sold herself as just an "average hockey mom" also ended up in a minor scandal when it was revealed that the Republican Party paid US$150,000 to outfit the governor.

But worst of all for McCain, more and more voters increasingly saw Palin as a liability. Independents, conservatives and even party faithful began to openly question the senator's judgment in picking a vice presidential candidate who appeared to be out of her depth in national and international affairs.

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Re: What a choice

By AmeriKenArtist - Nov 5, 2008, 4:13 PM
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Careful where you step Sonia. It's knee-deep in sour grapes and someone full of it is trying to put words in your mouth. It's to be expected. Someone is pissing THEIR pants! I received some emails from those who thought Palin was a maverick!!! The rationale for losing is just as funny as SNL!

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By AmeriKenArtist - Nov 5, 2008, 5:14 PM
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President Bush was/is so unpopular, he didn't show his face on the campaign trail. He, along with Palin, helped ruin any chances of a win.

FINALLY, that village in Texas can have the idiot back. Maybe his librarian wife can teach him to speak coherently....... ugh, what a long, tiring embarrassment!

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Re: What a choice

By Dave - Nov 5, 2008, 10:43 PM
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In an interview with ABC News, Palin appeared not to know what the "Bush Doctrine" is.

Seeing as how it's a term coined by the pundits and varies depending on who's doing the talking, this is perfectly understandable and she was trying to get Gibson to be more specific.

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Re: What a choice

By sonia2 - Nov 5, 2008, 11:48 PM
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Seeing as how it's a term coined by the pundits...



Bush's doctrine - as written (and phrased by Bush...who is a pundit????)

http://www.whitehouse.gov/nsc/nssall.html

No doctrine can anticipate every circumstance in which U.S. action—direct or indirect—is warranted.We have finite political, economic, and military resources to meet our global priorities. The United States will approach each case with these strategic principles in mind:


The United States should invest time and resources into building international relationships and institutions that can help manage local crises when they emerge.

The United States should be realistic about its ability to help those who are unwilling or unready to help themselves.Where and when people are ready to do their part, we will be willing to move decisively.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is critical because of the toll of human suffering, because of America’s close relationship with the state of Israel and key Arab states, and because of that region’s importance to other global priorities of the United States. There can be no peace for either side without freedom for both sides. America stands committed to an independent and democratic Palestine, living beside Israel in peace and security. Like all other people, Palestinians deserve a government that serves their interests and listens to their voices. The United States will continue to encourage all parties to step up to their responsibilities as we seek a just and comprehensive settlement to the conflict....

Our comprehensive strategy to combat WMD includes:

Proactive counterproliferation efforts. We must deter and defend against the threat before it is unleashed.We must ensure that key capabilities—detection, active and passive defenses, and counterforce capabilities—are integrated into our defense transformation and our homeland security systems. Counterproliferation must also be integrated into the doctrine, training, and equipping of our forces and those of our allies to ensure that we can prevail in any conflict with WMD-armed adversaries.



to sum it up - the doctrine - as named by Bush is:
"The Bush Doctrine is we have the right to self-defense, pre-emptive strike against any country we think is going to attack us,"

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Re: What a choice

By Dave - Nov 6, 2008, 12:30 AM
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As I was saying...

Note the date.
See if you can think of a significant event that occurred subsequently.

Note the author.
See if you can think of the occupation of the author.

The article is about a White House shift in missile defense policy with regards to the obsolescence of the ABM treaty in the post-Soviet era. Later usages of the term primarily dealt with how the US would shape its policies to deal with terrorist states.

Note the fact that the link you provided does not even use the term.

See if you can think of a reason that the Governor wanted Chuckie to clarify his question before launching into an answer.

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Re: What a choice

By sonia2 - Nov 6, 2008, 9:35 AM
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As I was saying...

Note the date.
See if you can think of a significant event that occurred subsequently.

Note the author.
See if you can think of the occupation of the author.

The article is about a White House shift in missile defense policy with regards to the obsolescence of the ABM treaty in the post-Soviet era. Later usages of the term primarily dealt with how the US would shape its policies to deal with terrorist states.

Note the fact that the link you provided does not even use the term.

See if you can think of a reason that the Governor wanted Chuckie to clarify his question before launching into an answer.



2002 - Bush
it talks about WMD - a term way overused during the Saddam mess. It most certainly does mention the word "doctrine"

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Re: What a choice

By Mike in TX - Nov 6, 2008, 12:28 PM
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No need to concentrate on Bush Doctrine now that we know that she doesn't know basic civics, couldn't name the 3 countries involved in NAFTA, thought Africa was a country, etc.

I think a lot of you righties who occasionally seem worthy of some intellectual respect (Dave?) are really doing yourself a disservice defending this dumbass.
Sigs are overrated.

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Re: What a choice

By Sparky - Nov 6, 2008, 5:15 PM
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As I was saying....


Dave really, you need to get with the program and realize what is going on:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bCuEXrU-yQ


November 1978 ~ Democrats drinking the Kool-Aid ~ November 2008

"Ense petit placidam sub libertate quietem"

"Don't Blame Me, I Voted For Sarah"

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Re: What a choice

By AmeriKenArtist - Nov 6, 2008, 7:26 PM
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No need to concentrate on Bush Doctrine now that we know that she doesn't know basic civics, couldn't name the 3 countries involved in NAFTA, thought Africa was a country, etc.

I think a lot of you righties who occasionally seem worthy of some intellectual respect (Dave?) are really doing yourself a disservice defending this dumbass.


She is used to her stupidity being covered by her cute smile as she babbles on. Some of the dimwits interviewed want her to run in 2012. It sure was clowntime- thanks to McSame and friends.

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Re: What a choice

By Dave - Nov 6, 2008, 8:03 PM
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I am not!
You take that back right now!
Wait, what?

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Re: What a choice

By AmeriKenArtist - Nov 6, 2008, 8:53 PM
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In Reply To


In Reply To
As I was saying...

Note the date.
See if you can think of a significant event that occurred subsequently.

Note the author.
See if you can think of the occupation of the author.

The article is about a White House shift in missile defense policy with regards to the obsolescence of the ABM treaty in the post-Soviet era. Later usages of the term primarily dealt with how the US would shape its policies to deal with terrorist states.

Note the fact that the link you provided does not even use the term.

See if you can think of a reason that the Governor wanted Chuckie to clarify his question before launching into an answer.



2002 - Bush
it talks about WMD - a term way overused during the Saddam mess. It most certainly does mention the word "doctrine"



"kill all the terrorists and all the potential terrorists"

This is one of them......!

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Re: What a choice

By sonia2 - Nov 7, 2008, 1:58 AM
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she was a joke, and now that more stories are coming out, you should be grateful that she's not next in line for our leader.
ie: Here’s how Newsweek described it: “After a minute, Palin sailed into the room wearing nothing but a towel, with another on her wet hair. She told them to chat with her laconic husband, Todd. ‘I’ll be just a minute,’ she said.”

There were strains between the McCain and Palin camps on the trail. Now that the election is over, the long knives have come out.
http://blogs.reuters.com/trail08/2008/11/06/newsflash-sarah-palin-wearing-only-a-towel/

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What a choice the choice made...

By AmeriKenArtist - Nov 7, 2008, 6:47 AM
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$11,400 a week makes Amy Strozzi the Makeup Artist the McCain Palin Camp highest paid employee!

http://www.buzzfeed.com/peggy/amy-strozzi?w=1

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Re: What a choice

By Fred Sennott - Nov 7, 2008, 10:04 PM
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Wait until the midterm elections and fancy Nancy will be just another memmber of congress if she survives the election.
Trust in God and sin not.Don't blame me I'm like Sparky I voted for Sarah to.

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Re: What a choice

By Dave - Nov 8, 2008, 2:49 PM
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Pictures or it didn't happen.

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Re: What a choice

By Fred Sennott - Nov 8, 2008, 2:51 PM
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Amen.
Trust in God and sin not.Don't blame me I'm like Sparky I voted for Sarah to.

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You must have relatives in PA!

By AmeriKenArtist - Nov 11, 2008, 4:03 PM
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An angry man wrote a letter to the editor here.

"...I didn't vote for him and he will NOT be MY president Because I willnot aknowledge him as The president. He is just a man who was put in there and Race was a BIG Factor in this race."

The editor replied.

"Whether you "acknowledge" him or not matters to no one. You're not that important. Get over yourself."

One more "shining" example of the mentality of hate and bigotry. It gets passed on by their "loved ones!"

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youBetcha!

By AmeriKenArtist - Nov 11, 2008, 4:22 PM
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If you need the figures check with the Federal Election Commission. A photograph is merely emulsion-deep!

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Re: What a choice

By Fred Sennott - Nov 11, 2008, 8:43 PM
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Palin for president in 2012.
Trust in God and sin not.Don't blame me I'm like Sparky I voted for Sarah to.

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Re: What a choice

By AmeriKenArtist - Nov 11, 2008, 9:31 PM
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Re: What a choice

By Fred Sennott - Nov 11, 2008, 10:04 PM
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Just get a grip on yourself and recognize sanity will return sta=rting with the midterm elections and the you can vote for Sarah in 2012.
Trust in God and sin not.Don't blame me I'm like Sparky I voted for Sarah to.

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Re: What a choice

By AmeriKenArtist - Nov 12, 2008, 7:02 AM
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Advanced signature needs to get a grip!
Hope to see you in 2012!

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