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    Okay . Which is it for you? Which of her many good qualities make you dig her the most?
    44
    Her instant and direct answers
    13.64%
    6
    Her grasp of the heartbeat of American people
    13.64%
    6
    Her pro-life stance
    2.27%
    1
    Her pro-gun stance
    25.00%
    11
    The growl in her voice when she makes a good point
    6.82%
    3
    Her devotion to her children and the First Dude
    6.82%
    3
    Her appeal to women voters
    4.55%
    2
    Her negation of Nancy Pelosi
    6.82%
    3
    Her intelligence
    9.09%
    4
    Her spritual and religious values
    11.36%
    5
    Last edited by 1042 Trooper; 09-13-2008, 03:22 AM.
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  • #2
    None of the above. While I will concede that she is decent looking, when I hear her speak and when I hear her twisted right-wing viewpoints it makes me want to vomit.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by BigPat View Post
      None of the above. While I will concede that she is decent looking, when I hear her speak and when I hear her twisted right-wing viewpoints it makes me want to vomit.
      No surprise there. Better get used to the idea! It is clear your side is in mass hysteria and melt-down.

      Or are you one of those over reactive, move to Canada types.
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      • #4
        Maaaaan I thought you were going to poll body parts. <sigh>
        Some people were just dropped on their heads as children more than the rest of us!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by BigPat View Post
          None of the above. While I will concede that she is decent looking, when I hear her speak and when I hear her twisted right-wing viewpoints it makes me want to vomit.
          (quickly raising arm) I second that motion.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by nebraska_deputy View Post
            Maaaaan I thought you were going to poll body parts. <sigh>
            So did I....
            "First of all, then we have to say the American public overwhelmingly voted for socialism when they elected President Obama." - Al Sharpton, March 21, 2010

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            • #7
              Wow I couldnt vote on that one...I like her naughty libriarian look Ohh and her legs look nice I guess thats it.

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              • #8
                Sorry, I couldn't vote on the poll either.....

                A man should never be ashamed to own that he has been in the wrong, which is but saying... that he is wiser today than yesterday. Jonathan Swift 1667-1745

                It's only a conspiracy when your party is not in power.

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                • #9
                  Intelligence? Her knowledge of history and foreign affairs is obviously lacking.

                  Palin links Iraq and 9/11, faces tough questions

                  By Anne E. Kornblut
                  THE WASHINGTON POST

                  September 12, 2008

                  FORT WAINWRIGHT, Alaska – Gov. Sarah Palin linked the war in Iraq with the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks yesterday, telling an Iraq-bound brigade of soldiers that included her son that they would “defend the innocent from the enemies who planned and carried out and rejoiced in the death of thousands of Americans.”


                  Sarah Palin
                  The idea that Iraq shared responsibility with al-Qaeda for the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, once promoted by Bush administration officials, has since been rejected even by the president himself. On any other day, Palin's statement would almost certainly have drawn a harsh rebuke from Democrats, but both parties had declared a halt to partisan activities to mark yesterday's anniversary.

                  “America can never go back to that false sense of security that came before September 11, 2001,” she said.

                  The deployment ceremony drew hundreds of military families who walked from their homes on the sprawling base to the airstrip where the governor spoke.

                  Palin's return to Alaska coincided with her first extensive interview since becoming the Republican vice presidential nominee. In the interview with ABC News correspondent Charlie Gibson, Palin alternately appeared confident and visibly nervous. She stumbled on one key foreign policy issue.

                  Palin was clearly caught off guard when Gibson asked, “Do you agree with the Bush doctrine?”


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                  Palin replied, “In what respect, Charlie?”

                  Initially unwilling to define the doctrine, Gibson said, “What do you interpret it to be?”

                  Palin asked, “His worldview?”

                  Gibson said, “No, the Bush doctrine, enunciated September 2002, before the Iraq war.”

                  Palin responded, “I believe that what President Bush has attempted to do is rid this world of Islamic extremism, terrorists who are hell bent on destroying our nation. There have been blunders along the way, though.”

                  Gibson, finally defining the doctrine as “the right of anticipatory self-defense,” still struggled for a direct answer, asking twice more if she agreed with the doctrine before Palin answered, “Charlie, if there is a legitimate and enough intelligence that tells us that a strike is imminent against American people, we have every right to defend our country. In fact, the president has the obligation, the duty to defend.”

                  Otherwise, there were no obvious gaffes during the grilling by Gibson, who was facing pressure of his own to move Palin beyond her stump speech to reveal more about her knowledge of world and domestic affairs.

                  She continued to take a hard line on national security issues when asked whether war with Russia could be necessary if Georgia were to join NATO and Russia crossed its borders again. Palin replied, “Perhaps so.”

                  “I mean, that is the agreement when you are a NATO ally, is if another country is attacked, you're going to be expected to be called upon and help,” Palin said.

                  In the interview, Palin said, “I'm ready,” when asked whether she had sufficient experience to serve as vice president. She said she did not hesitate when McCain offered her the No. 2 spot on the GOP ticket.

                  “I answered yes because I have the confidence in that readiness and knowing that you can't blink, you have to be wired in a way of being so committed to the mission, the mission that we're on, reform of this country and victory in the war, you can't blink,” she said.

                  In choosing Gibson as Palin's interviewer, the campaign was going with a journalist known for having a mild manner but the gravitas to be taken seriously.

                  But the interview was hardly gentle, as Gibson pressed Palin for direct answers to some of the complicated foreign policy and national security issues facing the next administration.

                  Palin said the United States could not allow Iran to have nuclear weapons. As Americans, she said, “we do not have to stand for that.” She advocated a new round of sanctions.

                  But Gibson noted that threats of new sanctions had failed to stem Iran's nuclear program so far and asked Palin whether she would back Israel if it were to seek to eliminate Iran's facilities militarily.

                  “We are friends with Israel,” Palin said, “and I don't think that we should second-guess the measures that Israel has to take to defend themselves and for their security.”

                  When Gibson followed up by asking, “We would cooperate or agree with that?” Palin responded, again, “I don't think we can second-guess what Israel has to do to secure its nation.” When Gibson asked if an Israeli military strike against Iran would “be all right,” she again said, “We cannot second-guess the steps that Israel has to take to defend itself.”

                  Gibson expressed exasperation with Palin toward the end of the interview segment shown on “World News Tonight” – another segment was to be shown later, on “Nightline” – complaining that she had buried him in “a blizzard of words” as he sought a direct response to his question of whether the United States had the right to attack terrorists in the Waziristan area of Pakistan without the Pakistani government's approval.

                  Earlier this year, McCain had criticized his Democratic opponent, Sen. Barack Obama, for saying that he would consider such strikes, calling it naive and asking, “Will we risk the confused leadership of an inexperienced candidate who once suggested bombing our ally, Pakistan?”

                  Palin answered Gibson by saying, “Now, as for our right to invade, we're going to work with these countries.”

                  Asked again by Gibson whether she would, however, approve a strike in Pakistan without its government's approval, Palin said, “In order to stop Islamic extremists, those terrorists who would seek to destroy America and our allies, we must do whatever it takes and we must not blink, Charlie, in making those tough decisions.”

                  Impatient, Gibson asked, “Is that a yes?” to which Palin responded, “I believe that America has to exercise all options in order to stop the terrorists who are hell bent on destroying America and our allies.”

                  The event on the Army base outside Fairbanks was Palin's first solo appearance after weeks of traveling alongside McCain and reading from a carefully prepared script.

                  McCain aides were adamant that the ceremony had not been coordinated with the campaign, and officers on the base said the Alaska governor had agreed to attend months before she was chosen for the GOP ticket.

                  Palin's son Track, 19, will deploy to Iraq with his unit this month. He is being sent to Iraq with the Stryker Brigade Combat Team of the 25th Infantry Division. Track Palin will be deployed to northern Iraq and will be tasked primarily with protecting and helping transport the deputy commander of his unit, Lt. Col. Michael Smith.

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                  • #10
                    Her smile, her legs,nice back side, that cute accent she has...
                    She just don't know!!!





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                    • #11
                      I just want you fellow dudes to know I edited out the physical stuff, for fear of offending the libs who then, would have said she was nothing but eye candy for republicans. Just look at the few mutually comforting posts they have shared here.

                      That said, her friggin legs are awesome - and that naughty school marm face gives me a ************
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by LAschoolCop View Post
                        Wow I couldnt vote on that one...I like her naughty libriarian look Ohh and her legs look nice I guess thats it.
                        That's the term I was thinking Librianrian. whooooooooosh!
                        Some people were just dropped on their heads as children more than the rest of us!

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by 1042 Trooper View Post
                          I just want you fellow dudes to know I edited out the physical stuff, for fear of offending the libs who then, would have said she was nothing but eye candy for republicans. Just look at the few mutually comforting posts they have shared here.

                          That said, her friggin legs are awesome - and that naughty school marm face gives me a ************
                          Heck I'm a Democrat and I think she's eye candy. HELLO!
                          Some people were just dropped on their heads as children more than the rest of us!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by BigPat View Post
                            Intelligence? Her knowledge of history and foreign affairs is obviously lacking.

                            Palin links Iraq and 9/11, faces tough questions

                            By Anne E. Kornblut
                            THE WASHINGTON POST

                            September 12, 2008

                            FORT WAINWRIGHT, Alaska – Gov. Sarah Palin linked the war in Iraq with the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks yesterday, telling an Iraq-bound brigade of soldiers that included her son that they would “defend the innocent from the enemies who planned and carried out and rejoiced in the death of thousands of Americans.”


                            Sarah Palin
                            The idea that Iraq shared responsibility with al-Qaeda for the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, once promoted by Bush administration officials, has since been rejected even by the president himself. On any other day, Palin's statement would almost certainly have drawn a harsh rebuke from Democrats, but both parties had declared a halt to partisan activities to mark yesterday's anniversary.

                            “America can never go back to that false sense of security that came before September 11, 2001,” she said.

                            The deployment ceremony drew hundreds of military families who walked from their homes on the sprawling base to the airstrip where the governor spoke.

                            Palin's return to Alaska coincided with her first extensive interview since becoming the Republican vice presidential nominee. In the interview with ABC News correspondent Charlie Gibson, Palin alternately appeared confident and visibly nervous. She stumbled on one key foreign policy issue.

                            Palin was clearly caught off guard when Gibson asked, “Do you agree with the Bush doctrine?”


                            Advertisement
                            Palin replied, “In what respect, Charlie?”

                            Initially unwilling to define the doctrine, Gibson said, “What do you interpret it to be?”

                            Palin asked, “His worldview?”

                            Gibson said, “No, the Bush doctrine, enunciated September 2002, before the Iraq war.”

                            Palin responded, “I believe that what President Bush has attempted to do is rid this world of Islamic extremism, terrorists who are hell bent on destroying our nation. There have been blunders along the way, though.”

                            Gibson, finally defining the doctrine as “the right of anticipatory self-defense,” still struggled for a direct answer, asking twice more if she agreed with the doctrine before Palin answered, “Charlie, if there is a legitimate and enough intelligence that tells us that a strike is imminent against American people, we have every right to defend our country. In fact, the president has the obligation, the duty to defend.”

                            Otherwise, there were no obvious gaffes during the grilling by Gibson, who was facing pressure of his own to move Palin beyond her stump speech to reveal more about her knowledge of world and domestic affairs.

                            She continued to take a hard line on national security issues when asked whether war with Russia could be necessary if Georgia were to join NATO and Russia crossed its borders again. Palin replied, “Perhaps so.”

                            “I mean, that is the agreement when you are a NATO ally, is if another country is attacked, you're going to be expected to be called upon and help,” Palin said.

                            In the interview, Palin said, “I'm ready,” when asked whether she had sufficient experience to serve as vice president. She said she did not hesitate when McCain offered her the No. 2 spot on the GOP ticket.

                            “I answered yes because I have the confidence in that readiness and knowing that you can't blink, you have to be wired in a way of being so committed to the mission, the mission that we're on, reform of this country and victory in the war, you can't blink,” she said.

                            In choosing Gibson as Palin's interviewer, the campaign was going with a journalist known for having a mild manner but the gravitas to be taken seriously.

                            But the interview was hardly gentle, as Gibson pressed Palin for direct answers to some of the complicated foreign policy and national security issues facing the next administration.

                            Palin said the United States could not allow Iran to have nuclear weapons. As Americans, she said, “we do not have to stand for that.” She advocated a new round of sanctions.

                            But Gibson noted that threats of new sanctions had failed to stem Iran's nuclear program so far and asked Palin whether she would back Israel if it were to seek to eliminate Iran's facilities militarily.

                            “We are friends with Israel,” Palin said, “and I don't think that we should second-guess the measures that Israel has to take to defend themselves and for their security.”

                            When Gibson followed up by asking, “We would cooperate or agree with that?” Palin responded, again, “I don't think we can second-guess what Israel has to do to secure its nation.” When Gibson asked if an Israeli military strike against Iran would “be all right,” she again said, “We cannot second-guess the steps that Israel has to take to defend itself.”

                            Gibson expressed exasperation with Palin toward the end of the interview segment shown on “World News Tonight” – another segment was to be shown later, on “Nightline” – complaining that she had buried him in “a blizzard of words” as he sought a direct response to his question of whether the United States had the right to attack terrorists in the Waziristan area of Pakistan without the Pakistani government's approval.

                            Earlier this year, McCain had criticized his Democratic opponent, Sen. Barack Obama, for saying that he would consider such strikes, calling it naive and asking, “Will we risk the confused leadership of an inexperienced candidate who once suggested bombing our ally, Pakistan?”

                            Palin answered Gibson by saying, “Now, as for our right to invade, we're going to work with these countries.”

                            Asked again by Gibson whether she would, however, approve a strike in Pakistan without its government's approval, Palin said, “In order to stop Islamic extremists, those terrorists who would seek to destroy America and our allies, we must do whatever it takes and we must not blink, Charlie, in making those tough decisions.”

                            Impatient, Gibson asked, “Is that a yes?” to which Palin responded, “I believe that America has to exercise all options in order to stop the terrorists who are hell bent on destroying America and our allies.”

                            The event on the Army base outside Fairbanks was Palin's first solo appearance after weeks of traveling alongside McCain and reading from a carefully prepared script.

                            McCain aides were adamant that the ceremony had not been coordinated with the campaign, and officers on the base said the Alaska governor had agreed to attend months before she was chosen for the GOP ticket.

                            Palin's son Track, 19, will deploy to Iraq with his unit this month. He is being sent to Iraq with the Stryker Brigade Combat Team of the 25th Infantry Division. Track Palin will be deployed to northern Iraq and will be tasked primarily with protecting and helping transport the deputy commander of his unit, Lt. Col. Michael Smith.
                            Of course, the Wash Post used the EDITED VERSION of the ABC interview.....which has been found to have all sorts of issues with it....and Big Patty knows it....yet he keeps posting it as gospel......

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Bearcat357 View Post
                              Of course, the Wash Post used the EDITED VERSION of the ABC interview.....which has been found to have all sorts of issues with it....and Big Patty knows it....yet he keeps posting it as gospel......
                              So you are saying that she didn't claim that the 9/11 attcks were linked to Iraq???? (I will concede that VP Cheney hinted at the same thing several years ago, but that was willful deception rather than ignorance.)


                              I can't see how people could want somebody who is so ignorant of basic foreign pilicy issues to be Vice President.

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