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Discussion in 'Politics' started by atomicTIGER, Sep 3, 2008.
my advice is to go toppless and it will be the biggest story of all time!:smile:
Now THAT was funny!! That would probably be one of the few ways she can top herself (no pun intended) from the media coverage she's been getting.
I like it! :biggrin1: She can address the RNC tonight in red white and blue pasties LOL
Good!!! I like that idea!!! Wowowwooo cool!
Yes! Long live Alaska!
Maybe she can wear a simple t-shirt and 'oops' a mad firefighter hose comes out of nowhere and wets her t-shirt.
That can be quite entertaining too.
They should spice up things tonight and make it a wet t shirt contest! Palin will win hands down!:redface:
I am afraid Palin belongs in the "looks better clothed" category.
Whats with the boxing kitty? We are fighting here to end kitty violence!
I think she should speak from her vast expertise of foreign policy. Better yet, the Democrats could have a field of 12 Democrats to ask her questions on a wide variety of subjects.
I am more interested in that investigation on her back home.
Good one! If she spoke of her foreign policy expiriance her speach would be over before she got on stage. And then the wet t shirt contest will start!
Ms Palin I concede you have two great points...
Why not go all the way and do it nekkid?
You guys are obviously so biased. My advice is more in line with traditional conservative values: Show the director's cut of her instructional "How To Make An Evangelical Christian Baby" home video.
Since she arrived in St. Paul on Sunday night, handlers from the RNC have been tutoring her around the clock as if she were going on a game show ("the president of Tijikistan is Emomali Rahman.") Meanwhile Sarah Palin, who's oldest daughter is bounced up and who's youngest daughter is named after the friendly family floatplane (Piper) is being presented to the country as the next Betsey Ross.
As a BBC announcer said incredulously into the camera, "the whole thing bugger's belief." :frown1:
She should speak to influence the voters in the states of Colorado (Obama +.1%), New Hampshire (Obama +.3%), Nevada (McCain +1%) and Virginia (tied).
It's only Barack Obama 273 John McCain 265
Speaking of... if the election were today (given the above concensus), and McCain were to get New Hampshire... I believe you'd go to a congressional vote.
Regardless of whom wins in that scenario (assume it would be Obama given majority status in the House), our system to too antiquated and it would cause an uproar to change (my needed) the system.
Maybe she will teach us how to play the flute, which I've heard she's so skilled with it that it made her won the Miss Alaska contest.
Or even better! She should answer pageant style questions in eveningwear! LOL
Errr forgot to mention/remind that NH is good for 4 votes... thusly 269 to 269.
....speaking of foreign policy , Mr Sowell nails it. I hope the Dems keep going on her inexperience in particular-- via a terrible danger in someone just a heartbeat away from being President of the United States. For those who are satisfied with those talking points, there is no need to go any further. But, for those who still consider substance relevant, this is an incredible argument coming from those whose presidential candidate has even less experience in public office than Sarah Palin, and none in foreign policy.
It should also be noted that no governor ever had foreign policy experience before becoming president-- not Ronald Reagan, not Franklin D. Roosevelt, nor any other governor.
Senator Joe Biden's years of service on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee is even further removed from foreign policy experience. He has had a front-row seat as an observer of foreign policy. But Senator Biden has never had any real experience of making foreign policy and taking the consequences of the results.
The difference between being a spectator and being a participant, with responsibility for the consequences of what you say and do, is fundamental.
Whatever his conclusions were, they were not put to the test because he did not make any foreign policy.
Out of the four presidential and vice-presidential candidates this year, only Governor Palin has had to make executive decisions and live with the consequences.