Palin hints at independent conservative movement!

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  1. M. Sage

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  2. DCortez

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    I hope this woman can pull a rabbit out of her hat. The way she left office, let Katie Couric stump her, and a couple of other things, really had me down. On that note, I thought she handled that douchebag McCain with class. He deserved worse.
     
  3. M. Sage

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    I honestly think she left office because she was simply fed up with politics as usual. I know that I would love to quit from American Politics, but only those at the "top" are allowed apparently. Folks like you and me have no choice but to grin and bear it.
     
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    If these guys stayed out of my pocket, followed the rule of law (which includes the average American NOT having to fight for their rights), and stopped trying to run my life, I'd have no interest in politics.

    But, since these people are lunatics, lack morals, and are not willing to work (grow a business, not farm and shakedown the American people), I have to include politics in my day.
     
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    Speaking of shit, I saw McCain on Meet the Press this morning and changed the channel. He finally had something decent to say about her. I wonder if he knew what Tammy Bruce now knows. My guess is not.

    Here it are:
    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540/vp/31875885#31875885


    EDIT: before Big gets ahold of me, here it are was intentional
     
  6. oldguy

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    I know most of you all know this but it bears repeating,"any" white, Christian,anti-abortion candidate will be demonized by the left wing democrats and their media buddies, we must make our own decisions not allow the press to do so, look at how a candidate was raised who their friends were,schools they attended there are a few exceptions but most of us are a product of our environment.

    We have not had a true conservative since Regan but it will happen simply because most people live their lives in a conservative manner while many of those vote Democratic they still understand the need for conservative politics especially fiscal.
     
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    You are right, we have not had a true conservative since Reagan, although I think George Sr. was pretty close. As far as future candidates are concerned, the GOP really need to pull their head out of their ass and pick someone with true conservative values that will not waiver on them, instead of someone who talks conservative but is really a liberal in disguise like McCain. Not to mention picking someone with a friggin personality. What is truly disheartening is the fact that we have to rely on this 2 party system.......
     
  8. Fisherman777

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    I thought the same thing but I was shocked to learn something a few months ago. My wife told me that in one of his speeches, George Sr. was promoting a New World Order openly. I never knew that. I forget what group he was speaking in front of. I'll have to look it up.
     
  9. M. Sage

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    Holy crap, the soundbite where he says "a new world order" was even sampled and used in a song by Ministry (called NWO): Dailymotion - Ministry - N.W.O. - une vidéo Musique

    Growler/industrial music. It probably won't be for everybody. :lolz:

    ETA: Wow. It's been forever since I've heard that song. Bush's "New world order" soudbite isn't until almost four and a half minutes in.
     
  10. DCortez

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    I wasn't a huge nerd at the time, just a little nerd, so I didn't really follow Bush 41. But, from what I have heard since, 41 wasn't a conservative, but a left leaning republican. Must be the Maine blood.
     

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