palin an ingrate?

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  1. DCortez

    DCortez TGT Addict

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    Hardly.


    The thing is, the “McCain campaign” is not a person; it was a bureaucratic organization, and an uncommonly confused and dysfunctional one at that. Perhaps the greatest mark of that dysfunction was the stream of unnamed McCain advisers who went out of their way to criticize Palin in remarks they were too cowardly to deliver for attribution.


    http://www.commentarymagazine.com/blogs/index.php/jpodhoretz/167672


    Time to shine or time to fizzle. I hope she's got what it takes.


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  2. DCortez

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    Let the McCain staff weaseling begin...

    Top aides to Sen. John McCain’s presidential campaign hit back at Sarah Palin Friday and Saturday, calling the former vice presidential nominee’s soon-to-be-released book “revisionist and self serving” “fiction.”

    http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1109/29504.html
     
  3. oldguy

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    My take on the McCain campaign is that either it was not interested in winning or very stupid. The Republican party has large numbers of eastern elitist who believe much like liberals on many issues they are in fact Republicans in name only. I believe some in the McCain group wanted it to fail and were jealous or feared Palin she was to be a window dressing for the campaign but once they had her found she was liked by the public and that is when it went bad.

    If you aren't from a major city DC,New York,etc. you are viewed as a redneck, Bush himself made remarks about Palin coming from an "unknown backwoods", so it would seem if you aren't "old money" your not worthy and this is the very reason we need common people in office who use actual American values to eliminate the corruption, not saying it will happen but I can dream..
     
  4. HarleyMechanix

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    And they wonder why the GOP lost touch with the conservative "common" man. In-fighting and mud-slinging within your own party OVER THE PAST is really going to get you back on track. :hammerhead: Morons
     
  5. TrailDust

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    That...and shifting too far left like McCain.
     
  6. Hawghauler

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    The RNC was trying to cram McCain down my throat for a few years before his FAILED campaign for the oval orifice. I didn't like him then, don't like him now, and he is the first republican in years I refused to donate a contribution to. However I did vote for that capitualting limp wristed mincing butt buddy of the left wing. If the RNC puts another one up there in three years I'll vote for the Libertarian. I always gave the republican a vote so a dem would not get in, but those days are over. I tired of voting against someone. I want a candidate I can vote FOR. MadMo for president.
     
  7. MadMo44Mag

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    Hawg if I were elected there would be massive change.
    In the 1st 30days a constitutional convention would be held.
    Can you imagine how the left would scream and wring their hands!!!!!
    In the 1st 6 months Cali would be fenced and turned into the counties largest maximum federal prison in the world. Residence have a choice of staying or leaving - LOL!!!! This would be necassery because we ain't playing no more with the drug cartels and illegal immigration.
    My goal is simple this is America and if you don't like the way the founding fathers intended it to be well get the hell out!
     
  8. SWJewellTN

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    Isn't that what the Libs say?
     
  9. oldguy

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    The elite in both parties have nothing but contempt for working class people.

    Another thought, if Palin was black,single parent,Muslim,or other on the
    minority ladder built by liberals would all the talk about her be consider
    hate speech.
     

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