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Sarah Palin - Indecision 2008


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Re: Biden/Palin

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Re: Biden/Palin

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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby Elizabeth Isabelle » Sat Oct 18, 2008 1:33 pm

Dan Rowden wrote:Palin as President


For those who just thought it was a funny picture as it was...

Run your cursor over the picture, and click on a few things (click the door more than once - there are various things that show up). Interesting.
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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby Dan Rowden » Sat Oct 18, 2008 1:37 pm

Yeah, try clicking everything more than once, like the door to the left - open and close that 3 times.
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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby brokenhead » Sat Oct 18, 2008 2:11 pm

The best - "Politics for Dummies" in the desk. ROFL
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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby Elizabeth Isabelle » Sat Oct 18, 2008 2:28 pm

brokenhead wrote:The best - "Politics for Dummies" in the desk. ROFL

I saw that one yesterday, but I don't see it today. Got a dog with lipstick on the left, and a gagged and bound guy in uniform on the right. It does say they will update the site every day until Nov. 4th. I hope they keep the nuclear blast when you click the red phone - too true.

Make sure you turned your speakers on...
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Palin on Saturday Night Live, tonight

Postby Tomas » Sun Oct 19, 2008 2:03 am

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Palin on SNL tonight

...Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is set to appear this weekend on "Saturday Night Live" with host Josh Brolin, the star of director Oliver Stone's new movie, "W"...

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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby Shahrazad » Sun Oct 19, 2008 3:40 am

Thanks, Tomas.

Note to self: Watch SNL tonight. Or ask the kid to record it.
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Re: SNL

Postby Tomas » Sun Oct 19, 2008 3:53 am

Shahrazad wrote:Thanks, Tomas.

Note to self: Watch SNL tonight. Or ask the kid to record it.


I'm watching it (live) with the sound off (as a pantomime), and also, recording for viewing/hearing later on (the next day, perhaps).. I'm not a nighthawk anymore, midnight is almost always, past my bedtime :-)




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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby Dan Rowden » Sun Oct 19, 2008 9:58 am

Palin doesn't need to appear on a comedy program - she's innately hilarious.
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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby Elizabeth Isabelle » Sun Oct 19, 2008 12:07 pm

She's only hilarious to you because there is no danger that she could lead your country, and it is extremely unlikely that there are any nuclear weapons trained on Australia.
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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby Tomas » Sun Oct 19, 2008 12:47 pm

Elizabeth Isabelle wrote:She's only hilarious to you because there is no danger that she could lead your country, and it is extremely unlikely that there are any nuclear weapons trained on Australia.


She leads the National Guard/Reserves of Alaska.. there's all kinda military base/posts she oversees, all kinda nukes up there. Get real, Elizabeth.

Here's a woman that was raised to take care of herself, independent of other men. - This is what frightens the pussy-whipped elite of the Ivy League colleges, Washington Beltway. To those fools, tuna is caught in a can.

Ditto for Dan, Brokie. Here's a gal that can feed herself and a family, to boot. Dan and Brokie can't even grow a garden.. Closest they've come to wild animals is in the local zoo..

Good luck with Joe Biden, what with his cerebral brainstrokes, you can see that he is forgetful, clueless..


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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby Tomas » Sun Oct 19, 2008 1:05 pm

Dan Rowden wrote:Palin as President


Very good, you win a cookie!


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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby Remo » Sun Oct 19, 2008 1:15 pm

palin as president... hilarious!

This one is slightly off topic, being about bush, but it sort of fits "everybody knows"...

Leonard Cohen is one of a kind :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h27HRNm_r4U

@ Tomas i respect that you were in the military but man come on, look at the videos i posted on the last page, she cant answer anything, she doesn't know 5% of what she should know to hold that job... she's in over her head. And using her job to get back at her brother in-law, that's weak to say the least. She looks and acts like a woman who smiled her way to the top( euphemism manipulative bitch cough cough), just the way she imposes herself with people by using their first name in situations where formality and respect is warranted, is a repulsive transparent tactic to manipulate a given situation to her advantage. Personally i don't like any of the candidates they're all bums with hidden agendas(no one gets to that level without an unhealthy obsession for power)... but she's the bum of bums in this one.
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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby Elizabeth Isabelle » Sun Oct 19, 2008 3:15 pm

Tomas wrote:She leads the National Guard/Reserves of Alaska.. there's all kinda military base/posts she oversees, all kinda nukes up there.


As Governor of Alaska, she does not have the power to authorize any of those nukes to be shot at another country - however close Russia and Canada may be.
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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby Diebert van Rhijn » Sun Oct 19, 2008 10:41 pm

It's way more interesting to read comments on Palin from conservative mainstream talking heads. Increasingly her own Republican party-members seem to experience convulsions leading up to a good old after-party vomiting.

Here's Peggy Noonan, writing in her colum for the Wallstreet Journal

But it's unclear whether she is Bushian or Reaganite. She doesn't think aloud. She just . . . says things.(...)

She does not speak seriously but attempts to excite sensation.(...)

In the past two weeks she has spent her time throwing out tinny lines to crowds she doesn't, really, understand. This is not a leader, this is a follower, and she follows what she imagines is the base, which is in fact a vast and broken-hearted thing whose pain she cannot, actually, imagine. She could reinspire and reinspirit; she chooses merely to excite. She doesn't seem to understand the implications of her own thoughts.


Well yeah, but if she's really such '95%' feminine-minded person isn't she actually perfectly qualified to lead a country which has turned 95% Womanized? As usual with the feminine core, lacking any masculine self-consciousness - she needs to hang on to her guns or the wreckage of a religion.

McCain-Palin is the perfect ticket for people to look into the mirror and realize what their country has become. Surreal, to say the least. Not only the economical system needs 'revamping'.
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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby brokenhead » Mon Oct 20, 2008 3:47 am

Tomas wrote:Ditto for Dan, Brokie. Here's a gal that can feed herself and a family, to boot. Dan and Brokie can't even grow a garden.. Closest they've come to wild animals is in the local zoo..

A lot of people feed families. There are tons of single working mothers out there that manage. That doesn't qualify them to be president or VP. And a lot of them would know better than to let ambition get in the way of raising their families. Palin has a pregnant teenage daughter and a disabled infant and now she wants to spend less time with them than she's already been doing.

I have grown numerous gardens, Mr. fucking Greenjeans. And hate to disabuse you of yet another of your many faulty misconceptions, but in my backyard you can see at one time or another foxes, raccoons, squirrels, chipmunks, rabbits, a big fat woodchuck, possums, and frequent deer, not to mention geese and the occasional duck. I live next to a state park. I don't shoot any of them, I guess that makes me more of a pussy than Palin.

Good luck with Joe Biden, what with his cerebral brainstrokes, you can see that he is forgetful, clueless

Like I said, I am not a particular Biden fan. But at least he has stuff in his head that he can forget. We don't have to worry about Palin forgetting too much. Maybe the names of her kids: Cog, Gear Shift, Whiffle Ball...

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What's that got to do with anything?
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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby Tomas » Mon Oct 20, 2008 6:48 am

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-tomas earlier-
Ditto for Dan, Brokie. Here's a gal that can feed herself and a family, to boot. Dan and Brokie can't even grow a garden.. Closest they've come to wild animals is in the local zoo..

-uncle brokie-
A lot of people feed families. There are tons of single working mothers out there that manage. That doesn't qualify them to be president or VP. And a lot of them would know better than to let ambition get in the way of raising their families.

-tomas-
So you'd have all women closted in burkhas? The single moms are received $$$ from Uncle Sam? Where's the real father?




-uncle brokie-
Palin has a pregnant teenage daughter and a disabled infant and now she wants to spend less time with them than she's already been doing.

-tomas-
The daughter has a boyfriend and he quit high school to work at a job for $50k.

They'd be living in Blair House, replete with staff.. Al Gore's kids made do, what's the difference with it being a woman vice president this time. Male chauvanism?




-uncle brokie continues-
I have grown numerous gardens, Mr. fucking Greenjeans. And hate to disabuse you of yet another of your many faulty misconceptions, but in my backyard you can see at one time or another foxes, raccoons, squirrels, chipmunks, rabbits, a big fat woodchuck, possums, and frequent deer, not to mention geese and the occasional duck. I live next to a state park. I don't shoot any of them, I guess that makes me more of a pussy than Palin.

-tomas-
I was referring to growing human children, not vegetable gardens.. Now, I wasn't insulting you on being a vegetarian, if that what you are implying - is - that you don't shoot/kill/eat animals?

I will eat deer, but geese and duck are things my brother will hunt/kill/eat. The other critters named above are for those who can survive on $5..55 a day, or less.




-tomas earlier-
Good luck with Joe Biden, what with his cerebral brainstrokes, you can see that he is forgetful, clueless.

-uncle brokie-
Like I said, I am not a particular Biden fan. But at least he has stuff in his head that he can forget.

-tomas-
Like going around saying a drunk driver killed his wife and child? He gets away with that because the driver has passed away, but his daughter said he was cleared of that by the state police. He was a tee-totaler.




-uncle brokie-
We don't have to worry about Palin forgetting too much.

-tomas-
Why, are you saying that Katie Couric didn't edit out all the good stuff? Ditto for the other libbie?




-uncle brokie-
Maybe the names of her kids: Cog, Gear Shift, Whiffle Ball...

-tomas-
What?




-tomas earlier-
Isn't there anyone here that's been in the military besides me?

-uncle brokie-
What's that got to do with anything?

-tomas-
You wouldn't understand..



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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby Tomas » Mon Oct 20, 2008 6:57 am

Tomas wrote:.

-tomas earlier-
Ditto for Dan, Brokie. Here's a gal that can feed herself and a family, to boot. Dan and Brokie can't even grow a garden.. Closest they've come to wild animals is in the local zoo..

-uncle brokie-
A lot of people feed families. There are tons of single working mothers out there that manage. That doesn't qualify them to be president or VP. And a lot of them would know better than to let ambition get in the way of raising their families.

-tomas-
So you'd have all women clothed in burkhas? The single moms are receiving $$$ from Uncle Sam? Where's the real father?




-uncle brokie-
Palin has a pregnant teenage daughter and a disabled infant and now she wants to spend less time with them than she's already been doing.

-tomas-
The 17-year-old daughter has a boyfriend, he quit high school to work at a job for $50k.

They Biden's/Palin's would be living in Blair House, replete with staff.. Al Gore's kids made do, what's the difference with it being a woman vice president this time. Male chauvanism? I dunno if she breast feeds..?




-uncle brokie continues-
I have grown numerous gardens, Mr. fucking Greenjeans. And hate to disabuse you of yet another of your many faulty misconceptions, but in my backyard you can see at one time or another foxes, raccoons, squirrels, chipmunks, rabbits, a big fat woodchuck, possums, and frequent deer, not to mention geese and the occasional duck. I live next to a state park. I don't shoot any of them, I guess that makes me more of a pussy than Palin.

-tomas-
I was referring to growing human children, not vegetable gardens.. Now, I wasn't insulting you on being a vegetarian, if that what you are implying - is - that you don't shoot/kill/eat animals?

I will eat deer, but geese and duck are things my brother will hunt/kill/eat. The other critters named above are for those who can survive on $5.55 a day, or less. Keep the buckshot handy for those human vagabonds/vagrants.




-tomas earlier-
Good luck with Joe Biden, what with his cerebral brainstrokes, you can see that he is forgetful, clueless.

-uncle brokie-
Like I said, I am not a particular Biden fan. But at least he has stuff in his head that he can forget.

-tomas-
Like going around saying a drunk driver killed his wife and child? He gets away with that because the driver has passed away, but his daughter said he was cleared of that by the state police. He was a tee-totaler.




-uncle brokie-
We don't have to worry about Palin forgetting too much.

-tomas-
Why, are you saying that Katie Couric didn't edit out all the good stuff? Ditto for the other libbie?




-uncle brokie-
Maybe the names of her kids: Cog, Gear Shift, Whiffle Ball...

-tomas-
But it's OK for Frank Zappa to name his son Dweezil, and his daughter Moon Unit..




-tomas earlier-
Isn't there anyone here that's been in the military besides me?

-uncle brokie-
What's that got to do with anything?

-tomas-
You wouldn't understand..


PS - Tomas was given to me by the neighborhood kids I ran with.

Palin named you.. Brokenhead? :-)



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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby Alex Jacob » Mon Oct 20, 2008 11:03 am

Come on over to Obama, Tomas. Soon, we're all gonna be kinking our hair. If this doesn't convince you, I consider you a lost cause...

We really should have a thread with all the predictions of the small things that are going to change when Obama takes the helm of empire...
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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby Tomas » Mon Oct 20, 2008 11:18 am

Alex Jacob wrote:Come on over to Obama, Tomas. Soon, we're all gonna be kinking our hair. If this doesn't convince you, I consider you a lost cause...

We really should have a thread with all the predictions of the small things that are going to change when Obama takes the helm of empire...


Alex,

As I thought I made clear - I'd like this thread to be about the differences of Biden and Palin.

As far as Obama goes, if you got a hardon for him, start your own thread, Okay?


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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby Tomas » Mon Oct 20, 2008 12:06 pm

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-Diebert van Rhijn-
It's way more interesting to read comments on Palin from conservative mainstream talking heads. Increasingly her own Republican party-members seem to experience convulsions leading up to a good old after-party vomiting.

-tomas-
Mixing conservative "mainstream" with Republican isn't what it's about. There's such a blurring of the lines .. it's disappointing like the 1996 election was.



-Diebert-
Here's Peggy Noonan, writing in her colum for the Wallstreet Journal

[quote]
But it's unclear whether she is Bushian or Reaganite. She doesn't think aloud. She just . . . says things.(...)

She does not speak seriously but attempts to excite sensation.(...)

-tomas-
Peggy Noonan is neither conservative or Republican. She is more of a socialist nazi (Ann Coulter-lite). Too much schooling, too many $200 dinners, dates with over-the-hill has-beens. She was a looker when she was younger, but her husband dumped her. Very staid.




-Noonan blather-
In the past two weeks she has spent her time throwing out tinny lines to crowds she doesn't, really, understand.

-tomas-
As would Biden campaigning in Alaska?




-More Noonan blather-
This is not a leader, this is a follower, and she follows what she imagines is the base, which is in fact a vast and broken-hearted thing whose pain she cannot, actually, imagine.

-tomas-
No wonder Reagan exhibited signs of Alzheimer's, even in his first term. You know, just after Reagan publicly announced his Alzheimer's, this old, Hollywood starlet remarked that, "If today's standard (regarding rape) were applied to him in his early acting days, he'd have been in prison"..




-More Noonan blather-
She could reinspire and reinspirit; she chooses merely to excite. She doesn't seem to understand the implications of her own thoughts.

-tomas-
Saw Peggy on Meet the Press this morning, she must have recovering from an overdose of sleeping pills, the nose-nasaling was evident. She's an old popper from the 70s.




-Diebert-
Well yeah, but if she's really such '95%' feminine-minded person isn't she actually perfectly qualified to lead a country which has turned 95% Womanized?

-tomas-
Peggy Noonan is the 95% feminine-minded (unconscious) woman.

As far as the country being 95% Womanized .. perhaps it's more 50% or so. Lest we forget, the other 50% don't vote so they are the Silent Majority yearning to be free.




-Diebert-
As usual with the feminine core, lacking any masculine self-consciousness - she needs to hang on to her guns

-tomas-
Idaho and Alaska are mountains and hills with lotsa animals and grocery stores far and few between. Moose meat is tasty when properly prepared, nothing like most other wild game. I dunno Diebert what foods you eat but I grew up on a farm/ranch with the modern grocery store 50 miles away. Guns are a necessary way of life when one is raised in the country. Salmon, perch, deer, grouse, pheasant.. Perhaps is beyond your grasp?




-Diebert-
or the wreckage of a religion.

-tomas-
Further clarification, please..




McCain-Palin is the perfect ticket for people to look into the mirror and realize what their country has become. Surreal, to say the least. Not only the economical system needs 'revamping'.

-tomas-
I'm no McCain fan.

Biden's dad was a used-car salesman .. buy your Hudson from him

PS - Joe Biden's owns three shotguns... and probably the Beretta he was referring to when he told Obama to 'back off.'

"America" is one, strange place.




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Re: Biden/Palin

Postby Iolaus » Mon Oct 20, 2008 1:48 pm

So Tomas, other than dismissing the problem as old news, it doesn't bother you that Palin has a pregnancy story that has two possible outcomes, both bad?

She either recklessly endangered her life and the life of her baby, or she engaged in a really wacky cover-up of her daughter's pregnancy and pretended it was her own. And this doesn't bother you?

Every single thing that has been brought up as a negative for Obama is a positive for me - his wife, his preacher, his childhood overseas among muslims and where the religions get along, his biracial background, his open mindedness toward the possibility that other human beings on this planet matter.

Doesn't mean he isn't a slick lying bastard - but at least he might not be. I think he might actually have a conscious and a brain too. Wow.

As for Biden, unless the big O gets assassinated, he is very unlikely to be president. Unlike Palin.
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Palin's husband gets look at racing on wheels

Postby Tomas » Mon Oct 20, 2008 2:07 pm

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Palin's husband gets look at racing on wheels

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A commercial fisherman and avid hunter, Palin said his top responsibility is taking care of the family at home in Alaska. Campaigning, he said, isn't his forte. (see photo)

http://news.mobile.msn.com/en-us/articl ... 029&afid=1


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