Tea Party Leader DISAVOWS Palin!

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  1. Industrialsize

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    It seems like the Tea Party is now starting to turn on Sarah Palin. He sees her use of the Tea Party as a way to get VOTES and that she is not what the Tea Party stands for. With her appeal to the Republican party fading away and now the Tea Party seems to be distancing themselves from her, Where is poor Sarah to go?

    "...Sarah Palin's well delivered speech and her attractive demeanor is little more than a veneer for her less attractive political philosophy. She seems more like a duck out of water among true Conservative Constitutionalists. Palin demonstrates her NeoCon flippant viewpoint and her naivete as she seems envious of the swelled numbers of Patriots pledging their allegiance, to of all things, AMERICA and not to a kool-aid ridden political dinosaur.
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    Sarah Palin is not dense or erroneous in her view of the Tea Party, just the opposite. She represents a growing insider's attack to the heart of the Tea Party. Very much like a wolf in sheep's clothing entering in at the gate as an ally, but for all intents and purposes there to seize and capture, not only one or two stray sheep, but the whole flock!"...


    Tea Party Leader: Sarah Palin Is A 'Wolf In Sheep's Clothing'
     
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    I think it's time her husband put her out to pasture on the lower 40 where the bears can get at her.
     
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    This is bad news.
    I wanted them to hang together ... on one supersized scaffold.
     
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    OMG If someone would have said the same thing about Obama the media would be on their front lawn allready and all you would be up in arms.
     
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    Bbbbut ... I was only kinda, sorta paraphrasing Ben Franklin.
    Signing of the Declaration of Independence, Aug. 2, 1776


    The Tea Party is a cheaply populistic ragtag group whose ideas are wholly unworkable.
    And Palin? 'Nuff said.
     
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    They already have... we've seen the pictures.
    Including the one from a would be Tea Party organizer who held up a sign that called taxpayers "niggars". Need a reminder?

    After a year of watching people live in fear of a black planet for no reason, attacks on Obama don't surprise anyone anymore. We're content to give these people enough rope to hang themselves. Just watch... there's going to be PLENTY of material to use to demonstrate just how venomous these so-called "movements" are. There won't be enough political spin you could use to hide it either.

    BTW... make sure the Tea Baggers know how to spell their slurs properly? :rolleyes:
     
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    At some point in time the United State will have it's first woman president however I seriously doubt it will be Sarah Palin.
     
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    Sounds like the long knives are out in the management of the so-called Tea Party. The leaders of this are no different than any other power hungry politicians. They are fighting for turf.

    Dale Robertson and Palin are classic examples of my opinion that those that crave power are the last people it should be given to. After reading that page, "bat-shit crazy" is the term that comes to mind.
     
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    This is thread only represents just how much trouble Obama and the Dems are in. LOL

    The Tea Party Movement does not have one leader and is experiencing welcomed growing pains. Any group is going to have of diversity of opinions.

    It's not surprising a man was threatened at how powerful Gov. Palin emerged in the movement. LOL.

    For this to be a thread only gives more power to Palin and the Tea Party Movement. 2010 and then 2012.

    You don't talk about things that are powerless and you could care less about. :wink:
     
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    It's even better than Xanex... WOW!!
     
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    The grammatically correct statement is <COULDN'T care less about>. Once again you live in a parallel universe. MULTIPLE polls all come in with about 70% of respondents saying that Sarah Palin is NOT qualified to be President. Why do I talk about her.......well, It's fun to watch and talk about a "Hot Mess". Kind of like watching a car wreck, you know you shouldn't look but can't turn away.
     
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    Would that be a train wreck with lipstick?
     
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    Well it WAS. :aargh4:
    We need that cure to extend to the quotation function as well!
     
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    Believe it or not, she will be the Republican nominee for 2012.
     
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    From Online Betting from Paddy Power Ireland's biggest and most successful bookmaker:
    Republican Candidate for President in the 2012 US Presidential Election.
    Mitt Romney 3/1
    Haley Barbour 4/1
    Newt Gingrich 5/1
    Sarah Palin 5/1
    John Boehner 8/1
    Mike Huckabee 10/1
    Tim Pawlenty 10/1
    Bobby Jindal 12/1
    Fred Thompson 16/1
    Chuck Hagel 18/1
    David Petraeus 20/1
    Jeb Bush 20/1
    Rudolph Giuliani 20/1
    Chuck Baldwin 20/1
    Lindsey Graham 20/1
    Tom Ridge 25/1
    Ron Paul 25/1
    John McCain 33/1
    Condoleezza Rice 33/1
    George Allen 33/1
    John Ensign 33/1
    George Pataki 40/1
    Dick Cheney 100/1
    Laura Bush 500/1
     
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    So why is Condoleeza Rice so far down the list? And New Gringrich so high up (I thought he'd busted his flush)? After eight years in the Whitehouse I don't suppose Dick Cheney needs to run again, he's doubtless achieved what he wanted to. Apart from Sarah, Jeb and Laura, who are the rest? And why isn't Colin Powell on the list?

    Yes, I am naive about American republican politics.
     
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    It's terribly amusing to see John Ensign's name on that list; even with the odds of 33 to 1. For such a nice christian senator he's still being dogged (daily) by the Las Vegas press on his ability to think no one really gives a damn that he got caught fucking an aid and had his family pay off her husband (and her son) to cover it up. That's a rock that has definitely sank.
     
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    General Colin Powell has been "excised" from the Republican Party for not blindly marching lock step and supporting the Republican Lie Machine. In other words, he made the mistake of admitting he has a conscience. :tongue:

    Ironic as it may sound to some who think I'm a Democrat, I'd vote for him.
     
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    OBAMA continues to fuck up fast-style... and WE'RE still hung up on Palin and Tea Party.... focus fucknoids... your country is going to shit, and your BOY is accelerating that. Can't believe I'd say... let's get Bush back... at least he fucked up other countries... not his own.
     
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