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Posted 9/15/08
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - A campaign spokesman says Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin won't speak with an investigator hired by lawmakers to look into the firing of her public safety commissioner.
Posted 9/15/08
this belongs in `extended discussion`
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ANCHORAGE, Alaska - A campaign spokesman says Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin won't speak with an investigator hired by lawmakers to look into the firing of her public safety commissioner.


Thats a maveric move to do. Their camaign sent lawers out to the seven supienaed people telling all of them not to show up to court. They want to derail the investigation by any means necessary. She said she whould fully coaperate to prove people wrong and show that she had nothing to hide and finish it fast but shes not doing that becaouse it not good for her message. But hay she is a reformer afterall that will stand up and do the right thing . She recently said thatshe fired the guy because he wanted more monie to investigate rape and chield molestation cases . So ill take her at her word as a reformer that will change washinton who will use her power reponsibly like Bush .
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update ......

Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has ignored research showing that polar bear populations are declining in the quest to plumb new sources of energy, according to scientists, and environmental groups who fought to put the bears on the endangered species list.

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update ......

Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has ignored research showing that polar bear populations are declining in the quest to plumb new sources of energy, according to scientists, and environmental groups who fought to put the bears on the endangered species list.



that uber cute polar bear is for emotional blackmail, isn't it?
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Posted 9/21/08 , edited 9/24/08

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chinky_sonny wrote:

update ......

Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has ignored research showing that polar bear populations are declining in the quest to plumb new sources of energy, according to scientists, and environmental groups who fought to put the bears on the endangered species list.



that uber cute polar bear is for emotional blackmail, isn't it?


Yeah when we speak of emotion and politics it normally targets the not thinking voter or those who vote due to popularity issues. There are wise voters out there thou.

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Posted 9/21/08
Boring McCain.

I'm a girl, and I think that his choice in Palin was just dumb.
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Boring McCain.

I'm a girl, and I think that his choice in Palin was just dumb.


politics is real boring specially if it is not our thing but there are hot personalities out there for the would be voters and the interested but the ideal thing to do is check out who can deliver and cater to the needs of most . .

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McCain. 2008 period
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McCain. 2008 period


John McCain had just made one of the riskiest, and perhaps costliest, moves of his presidential campaign, in attempting to bail out of the first televised debate of the candidates so that he could return to Washington, rise "above politics'' and concentrate on the federal bailout of the nation's bad mortgage debt underway.
Posted 9/25/08

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Terminator_kun wrote:

McCain. 2008 period


John McCain had just made one of the riskiest, and perhaps costliest, moves of his presidential campaign, in attempting to bail out of the first televised debate of the candidates so that he could return to Washington, rise "above politics'' and concentrate on the federal bailout of the nation's bad mortgage debt underway.


never underestimate steve schmidt (the bullet) - head of mccain's campaign
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Posted 9/28/08

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chinky_sonny wrote:


Terminator_kun wrote:

McCain. 2008 period


John McCain had just made one of the riskiest, and perhaps costliest, moves of his presidential campaign, in attempting to bail out of the first televised debate of the candidates so that he could return to Washington, rise "above politics'' and concentrate on the federal bailout of the nation's bad mortgage debt underway.


never underestimate steve schmidt (the bullet) - head of mccain's campaign


Steve Schmidt has made a career out of not being a creature of Washington. If the 2008 campaign were an action film, he would play the tough-talking Steven Seagal character, an idiosyncratic hero who is duty-bound to rescue the desperate from burning buildings (which Schmidt literally did last Christmas), but who longs to retreat into his easygoing world of family and suburbia. ( i read this)
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chinky_sonny wrote:


asamiueto wrote:


chinky_sonny wrote:


Terminator_kun wrote:

McCain. 2008 period


John McCain had just made one of the riskiest, and perhaps costliest, moves of his presidential campaign, in attempting to bail out of the first televised debate of the candidates so that he could return to Washington, rise "above politics'' and concentrate on the federal bailout of the nation's bad mortgage debt underway.


never underestimate steve schmidt (the bullet) - head of mccain's campaign


Steve Schmidt has made a career out of not being a creature of Washington. If the 2008 campaign were an action film, he would play the tough-talking Steven Seagal character, an idiosyncratic hero who is duty-bound to rescue the desperate from burning buildings (which Schmidt literally did last Christmas), but who longs to retreat into his easygoing world of family and suburbia. ( i read this)


After a bunch of all-nighters in Washington and some premature back-slapping, we're right back where we were a couple of weeks ago, after Lehman Brothers declared bankruptcy and the government lent AIG $85 billion. There's no one-size-fits-all bailout plan, after all. That $700 billion in taxpayer money remains under lock and key. Glum investors are now the ones bailing out, fleeing stocks and bonds and seeking safer ground.



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both parties now agrees on the bail out plan......it is an economy buffer thing

Palin ancestry can be traced in England?

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The Republican hopes to revive his campaign and gain voters' trust in his handling of the economy with a stimulus plan aimed largely at senior citizens. In an effort to seize the initiative in tackling the nation's financial troubles, John McCain on Tuesday outlined a $52.5-billion package of new tax breaks that he said would stimulate the economy and ease the money problems of many Americans.
Posted 10/10/08 , edited 10/10/08

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The Philosophy?

McCain's choice of Sarah Palin for running mate was a brilliant stroke, which is why the scumbags of the Left are running their smear-machines at full throttle. They are scared witless at her, and they ought to be. Sliming Palin at FactCheck.org is a good source of rebuttals to their slanders.

There is something delusional about leftists. New York governor David Paterson -- he is the man who recently replaced Elliot Spitzer -- claimed that 'community organizer' is Republican code for 'black.' That shows that there is literally nothing so idiotic that a leftist won't say it.

And then there is the preternaturally ridiculous Jacob Weisberg who actually had the chutzpah to write this: "If you break the numbers down, the reason Obama isn't ahead right now is that he trails badly among one group, older white voters. He does so for a simple reason: the color of his skin."




Wow Putter you are kind of an idiot if this is truly what you believe.

McCain picked Palin as a cynical ploy to get the Hilary (aka woman) vote. Luckily most of the woman I know are not stupid enough to buy it. Palin is woman who believes that man and dinosaurs walked together on Earth, that abortion is never right even in cases of rape or incest, is beholden to big oil interests and believes in abstinence only sex education. And we all saw how well that worked for her daughter. I love how you blame Leftists for every damn problem in the world when the blame rests on the shoulders of both sides. The world's problems exist because, for the most part, man is a stupid, vain, greedy and violent creature, not because of a fucking political philosophy (both of which have their good and bad points.) And your scapegoating does nothing to help things.

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