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Sarah Palin: "Nancy Pelosi Is A Dingbat"

June 29, 2012 10:00 pm ET

From the June 29 edition of Fox News' Hannity:

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    • Author by ThomasJH268 (June 29, 2012 10:02 pm ET)
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      The are no words.... Really
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      • Author by Saturnalian (June 29, 2012 11:36 pm ET)
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        Sure there are: Stoopid Sarah is a one term Gubrnator and Nancy is one of the most efficient majority leaders of the last 40 years. "Dingbat"? Gimme a break! Every time these dimwits "speaks up" I get more behind the Democratic administration. Remember that stoopid Sarah.
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        • Author by Saturnalian (June 29, 2012 11:39 pm ET)
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          Er, I meant Half-term Gubernator.
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          • Author by rkcomments (June 30, 2012 3:36 pm ET)
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            Bet Palin had to write 'dingbat' on her palm before going in front of the camera.
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            • Author by 1949vet (June 30, 2012 6:38 pm ET)
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              Ha! That, and "Democrat Party" (which she said four times).
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              • Author by highlyunlikely (June 30, 2012 7:04 pm ET)
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                It's de rigueur, especially for people incapable of original thought. Like her.
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      • Author by marco21 (June 30, 2012 12:01 am ET)
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        Oh, I got a few for her.

        Embarrassed and disgusted by Nancy Pelosi? Look in the mirror, Sarah. You're the one calling names and saying Democrat Party you f-ing idiotic fool.

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        • Author by Nosmo King (June 30, 2012 2:17 pm ET)
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          First off, Romney would never ask you for advice.

          Sarah Palin was a vote and a Heartbeat away from being President.

          And the Right thinks there is something wrong with the left.

          This clip should be a rallying cry for the Dems.

          Do you want people like this anywhere near power.

          Sarah, you get dumber everytime you appear or speak. But you fooled me, I'd think you could any dumber.

          Stay home and babysit. Leave the world to real people.
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          • Author by PopeRatzo (June 30, 2012 6:03 pm ET)
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            "People like this" are already "near power".

            The most important thing we can do is talk to people, treat them like human beings instead of ignorant Fox News mush heads, and make the best case for why there is a better way for them.

            This isn't going to stop. There will be no election that puts the teabaggers back in the baby bottle. They're with us now for good, unless we are able to convince them of the truth.

            And Nancy Pelosi IS a ding bat. I'm sorry, I know we're supposed to root for our team, but until Democrats can present a field of candidates that is superior to picking names out of the phone book, it's going to be very hard to be convincing.

            When faced with a problem, any problem, the only thing that has ever worked for me is to first look at what I can do to make it better. It does not help to point out their idiots when we have our own (somewhat less dangerous and despicable) idiots.

            For example, how do I debate someone who hates Eric Holder when I can't stand Eric Holder myself? That's just one example, there are many many more.
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            • Author by mary59 (June 30, 2012 7:45 pm ET)
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              There's those that talk, and there's those that talk and then get up and do things.
              I don't disagree that Eric Holder is a big disappointment, but the Republican witch hunt is totally without merit and purely political.
              As for Nancy Pelosi, how can you say she's a dingbat? She pizzed off many people who thought she should immediately start impeachment proceedings. So lefties got righteously angry. However, most of us think that she was a pretty effective speaker.

              Does the holy father know you're impersonating him?
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              • Author by cugagcmu805031 (June 30, 2012 11:31 pm ET)
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                One can think she's a dingbat if one opposes her for any reason, mary59. People like this poster don't have to have a valid reason for calling someone names. Just look at the Palin interview. Hannity asked her a question about the Supreme Court's ACA decision, and instead of addressing that, she launched a full-throttled character assassination attack against Leader Pelosi. This indicates to me that she didn't know how to answer the question Hannity asked her. Leader Pelosi would have directly addressed the question Hannity asked had she been in Palin's place, and this is what bothers Palin. She knows she doesn't have what Ms. Pelosi has--intelligence, a close knit family, college-educated kids, old fashioned values, real patriotism, a concern for the plight of average Americans, a devoted husband, family values, a lot of money, a long career in politics, and the knowledge that she helped to reform our broken health care system, among other things.
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                • Author by Bronwyn (July 01, 2012 4:01 am ET)
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                  Maybe she thinks if she just keeps talking...the more words she adds... no one will notice she never answered the question or by the time she's finished she thinks they will have forgotten what the question was that she was expected to answer?

                  It's not just the idiotic things that fly out of her mouth that make me think she's a dingbat, but it's her reputation as the Mayor of Wasilla and as the Governor of Alaska and her idiotic choices in both positions.

                  Sean should acknowledge that as Mayor Sarah darling increased taxes on Wasilla residence, including the tax on food. The fact that he is asking her for advice when she left that little city in such a mess is outrageous.

                  Sarah campaigned in Wasilla as a "fiscal Conservative." During her six years as mayor, she increased general government expenditures by more than 33 percent. During those same six years, the amount of taxes collected by the city increased by 38 percent. This was during a period of low inflation (1996-2002), She reduced progressive property taxes and increased a regressive tax, which taxed even food. The tax cuts that she promoted benefited large corporate property owners way more than they benefited residents.

                  The huge increases in tax revenue during her mayoral administration weren't enough to fund everything on her wish list, though - borrowed money was needed, too. She inherited a city with zero debt but left it with indebtedness of more that $22 million. What did Mayor Palin encourage the voters to borrow money for? Was it the infrastructure that she said she supported? The sewage treatment plant that the city lacked? Or a new library? No. $1 million for a park. $15 million - plus for construction of a multi-use sports complex, which she rushed through, on a piece of property that the city didn't even have a clear title to. That was still in litigation seven years later to the delight of the lawyers involved! The sports complex itself is a nice addition to the community but a huge money pit, not the profit generator she claimed it would be. She also supported bonds for $5.5 million for road projects that could have been done in five to seven years without any borrowing.

                  While Mayor, City Hall was extensively remodeled and her office redecorated more than once.

                  As an oil producer, the high price of oil has created a budget surplus in Alaska. Rather than invest this surplus in technology. That will make us energy independent and increase efficiency, as governor Sarah proposed distribution of this surplus to every individual in the state.

                  In this time of record state revenues and budget surpluses she recommended that the State borrow/bond for road projects, even while she proposed distribution of surplus State revenue: Spend today's surplus borrow for now. ...By Anne Kilkenny, education advocate in Wasilla, Alaska 9/2/2008
                  (bold added)

                  Sarah Palin is a dingbat.

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            • Author by bintx (July 01, 2012 1:16 pm ET)
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              I'm not rooting for any team. For this unbelievably unintelligent airhead (who was the main reason that I did not vote for John McCain in 2008 . . . I was seriously planning on voting for him) to call Nancy Pelosi a "dingbat" was simply ludicrous. It made me laugh out loud.
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      • Author by CAL (June 30, 2012 12:47 am ET)
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        Pelosi is a "dingbat" all right. She's a "dingbat" that could have a full on lobotomy and still be intellectually light years beyond what Bible Spice could ever hope to be in her wildest wet dream. Notice how these cowardly, traitorous f-tards always talk their smack safe inside the FOXPAC coccoon. We'll never see one of them brave enough to face someone outside their echo chamber.
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        • Author by MsInformed (June 30, 2012 2:13 pm ET)
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          You absolutely right!

          If Ms. Palin is so smart, she should go on Rachel Maddow's show and trumpet this squeal. She would totally be welcomed. But yet she won't. Why?

          She is AFRAID to answer any questions after being stumped by the terminally perky Katie Couric.
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      • Author by mari2jj (June 30, 2012 2:09 am ET)
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        Yes there is. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!.
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      • Author by Conchobhar (June 30, 2012 7:37 pm ET)
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        The are no words.... Really
        Actually, I think an oldie but goodie works very well: This is like being called ugly by a toad.
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      • Author by mari2jj (July 01, 2012 3:17 am ET)
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        Oh the irony we hear from this ditzy woman. Of course, she is insanely jealous of the Obama home now. No doubt she thinks she should be there instead but alas, the last time I checked. it is the President in the White House and even in the election we just had, she did not do well enough to add to the ticket's good name so her sidekick to even let her sidekick, John McCain get the keys to the White House. This woman has no ability to self correct and dour party letting this woman speak for us is a death nell on any election for the Presidency. DITZY is her middle name. Well, we could add a wink and a nod somehow to that name also!
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      • Author by mari2jj (July 01, 2012 3:17 am ET)
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        Oh the irony we hear from this ditzy woman. Of course, she is insanely jealous of the Obama home now. No doubt she thinks she should be there instead but alas, the last time I checked. it is the President in the White House and even in the election we just had, she did not do well enough to add to the ticket's good name so her sidekick to even let her sidekick, John McCain get the keys to the White House. This woman has no ability to self correct and dour party letting this woman speak for us is a death nell on any election for the Presidency. DITZY is her middle name. Well, we could add a wink and a nod somehow to that name also!
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      • Author by papa bear3 (July 01, 2012 5:47 pm ET)
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        . . .she Botoxed her cheeks to hide her real emotions
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      • Author by mari2jj (July 01, 2012 10:49 pm ET)
           
        Oh the irony of this dingbat calling out someone who actually continued to be elected time and time again and who did not ruin her party's chance in any election, and who makes sense. A more absolute case of projection has never been observed in the history of our universe. But poor, poor Palin has no clue of when to hold and when to fold. Folding should always be her choice unless she wants to continue to be the laughing stock of our party forever.
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      • Author by mari2jj (July 01, 2012 10:49 pm ET)
           
        Oh the irony of this dingbat calling out someone who actually continued to be elected time and time again and who did not ruin her party's chance in any election, and who makes sense. A more absolute case of projection has never been observed in the history of our universe. But poor, poor Palin has no clue of when to hold and when to fold. Folding should always be her choice unless she wants to continue to be the laughing stock of our party forever.
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    • Author by overmars jr. (June 29, 2012 10:03 pm ET)
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      Seriously, lady? Bill Maher isn't always right, but he hit the nail on the head when he said that the GOP can only enthrall people with the mind of a 13-year old.
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      • Author by grmce (June 30, 2012 6:13 am ET)
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        That's a grave insult to 13yr olds the world over!
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        • Author by mary59 (June 30, 2012 10:56 am ET)
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          True. My daughter at 13 was already quite mature, and much more astute than Caribou Barbie.
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          • Author by juliajayne1 (June 30, 2012 11:43 am ET)
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            This broad gives broads a bad name! ;-) Dames too! lol!
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            • Author by dazednamused (June 30, 2012 11:56 am ET)
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              Now, now, don't forget the chicks! ;)
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              • Author by mary59 (June 30, 2012 12:08 pm ET)
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                Yes, we haven't heard a peep about the chicks!

                Palin calling Pelosi a dingbat is equivalent to Ted Nugent calling Paul McCartney a bad musician.
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        • Author by overmars jr. (June 30, 2012 6:23 pm ET)
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          A ha! But I said people with the mind of a 13-year-old... many 13-year-olds are mature beyond their years. And certain middle-aged nutbags take all of their mental places at once.
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          • Author by jjamele2880 (July 01, 2012 8:23 am ET)
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            Seems to me that a population of people who repeatedly question Ann Coulter's sexual orientation, use terms like "Mittens" and "Bible Spice," and regularly engage in "I can be more immature than you" one-liner contests while attacking anyone who tries to raise the level of discourse have no business sneering at anyone's maturity. But of course, what is my opinion worth? I'm an adult, after all, which means I'm an arrogant, condescending snob.
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            • Author by jjcomet514 (July 01, 2012 9:45 am ET)
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              If you're going to call people - especially people who are infinitely more intelligent than yourself - a dingbat, I think you've pretty much forfeited any right to respectful treatment. Please tell me again how Palin was "raising the level of discourse" by calling Pelosi a dingbat. Of course, after listening to the toxic swill that passes for commentary on the right these days, perhaps "dingbat" IS an improvement.
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            • Author by JokerzRWild (July 01, 2012 9:47 am ET)
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              Meh, maybe.

              "Mittens" - I truly don't know where that came from, other than "Mitt" - I don't think it's name calling just a playful change on his name.

              Bible Spice - I think this calls out her vain hyprocisy in a two-liner. She's all about appearances AND claims to be a woman of the bible, though she certaintly doesn't act like one.

              Ann Coulter - perhaps you're right, but MAN she is so evil in her commentary AND has no patience for homosexuality it's almost like she's asking for it.

              On a slight tangent, I know some people get annoyed when comments on this site relating to Rush are about his weight. I think the number of times he makes fun of the appearance of some people, the way he looks is fair game.
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            • Author by steeve (July 01, 2012 12:56 pm ET)
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              We're attacking Palin for being factually incorrect about Pelosi, not for being immature. Maturity doesn't have value anymore. It doesn't convince anyone and obscures the truth.

              "You're a stupid-head" is now the most succinct and accurate description of a republican available. In order to change this, republicans need to improve, not us.

              Nobody is going to say "look at this well-mannered group of people over here. I think I'll become a Democrat". Such a person would have said years ago "Look at that political party over there being completely divorced from reality. I think I'll fight them."

              Respectful treatment elevates politics to a level that it doesn't deserve. We must rip off the mask that pretends real debate still exists. When republicans agree that reality is real and the arguments once again revolve around legitimate differences of opinion where neither side is immediately and obviously wrong, then respect can come back in.
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            • Author by phlcstgan (July 01, 2012 4:02 pm ET)
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              I'm an adult, after all, which means I'm an arrogant, condescending snob.

              You sure you're an adult? Because I stopped fapping about how everybody was just a bunch of immature idiots who were persecuting me for my brilliance in my teens.
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            • Author by overmars jr. (July 01, 2012 4:19 pm ET)
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              That's funny... I haven't done any of those things. I guess that means I'm allowed to sneer at the immaturity then, huh?

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    • Author by blk-in-alabam (June 29, 2012 10:06 pm ET)
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      Can I do like Monica Crowley did President Obama,and say your mama????......I ain't going to say nothing bad about your mama like your fellow fox news EMPLOYEE Monica Crowley did about the POTUS's mother
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    • Author by jbraskin4786 (June 29, 2012 10:10 pm ET)
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      A classic case of "it takes one to know one."
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      • Author by Litwiz (June 30, 2012 2:09 am ET)
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        I was going to use the "pot vs. kettle" analogy, but Speaker Pelosi is no "kettle".
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      • Author by grmce (June 30, 2012 6:17 am ET)
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        A classic case of "it takes one to know one."
        Except that Failin' Palin has neither the wit nor the intellect to comprehend what it takes to be a dingbat.
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    • Author by wesley_fpt (June 29, 2012 10:23 pm ET)
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      Oh yeah? Well that makes you a poopie-head Sarah!

      lol I agree..words cannot describe...
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    • Author by jeter2 (June 29, 2012 10:24 pm ET)
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      Wait....are you sure that wasn't Tina Fey? ;-)

      I know civility is pretty much non-existent in politics these days but "dingbat"? Really Sarah?

      Isn't Palin's 15 minutes up yet? Why is she still being given airtime to spew her nonsense? Yeah I know, it's FOX, where anything goes...
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      • Author by foghornleghorn (June 30, 2012 12:03 pm ET)
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        Maybe she watched a rerun of "All in the Family" before going on Hannity.
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        • Author by Pinhead (June 30, 2012 1:26 pm ET)
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          She's a wordsmith just like Archie: She came up with "Refudiate" and he, "Ipso Fatso"
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          • Author by OHBROTHER58 (June 30, 2012 2:31 pm ET)
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            She's a wordsmith just like Archie: She came up with "Refudiate" and he, "Ipso Fatso"


            And don't forget the time Archie accused Meathead of making "suppository remarks" about President Nixon.
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    • Author by hoopvillain (June 29, 2012 10:33 pm ET)
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      "...and we continue with former (half term quitter) Alaskan Governor (who will never be anything other than a faux nooze "contributer)...Sarah "The Dingbat" Palin. Oh my, that name is already taken.
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    • Author by pete x tp (June 29, 2012 10:41 pm ET)
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      On a related note: Bible Spice thinks that Archie Bunker was "the smart one".
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    • Author by hoopvillain (June 29, 2012 10:42 pm ET)
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      "...Democrat Party..." Isnt it the Democratic Party? Just askin'. Is calling it the Democrat Party a denigration? Dumb arse mofos.
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      • Author by magnolialover (June 29, 2012 11:39 pm ET)
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        It is just one more thing that makes them sound like idiots and thing is, they're proud of it.
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    • Author by erieavenue215 (June 29, 2012 10:44 pm ET)
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      Well I guess somebody ducks when they are in front of the mirror.
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    • Author by pklute63 (June 29, 2012 10:46 pm ET)
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      These creatures disguised as repubs are just simply the most disgusting and lowest form of life put on this planet!
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    • Author by erieavenue215 (June 29, 2012 10:46 pm ET)
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      Well I guess somebody ducks when they are in front of the mirror.
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    • Author by gg (June 29, 2012 10:54 pm ET)
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      Sarah knows lots of Democrats who are "absolutely embarrassed", really? Name one, on the other hand we all know lots of Republicans who are embarrassed that you are a spokesperson for them, like the majority of the sane ones.
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    • Author by clearstate (June 29, 2012 11:01 pm ET)
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      Why was she talking soooo sloooow like she was on drugs?
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      • Author by blk-in-alabam (June 29, 2012 11:33 pm ET)
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        Probably because she just woke up...It looks like she still has her nightgown on.
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        • Author by Bronwyn (June 30, 2012 4:28 am ET)
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          LOL it does! Nancy would never go on TV in her nightgown. ;>)

          Sean asks
          How should congress deal with this and how should the Romney campaign deal with this, if you were to give advice?


          In all that verbal vomit she didn't even touch on answering his question. Maybe Fox suggested to her that if she talked slower she might not get distracted mid sentence and veer off in other directions......maybe complete a sentence and sound smarter. It didn't work.
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          • Author by Andy Kreiss (June 30, 2012 1:45 pm ET)
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            This is a pretty hilarious clip, these two barely-functioning dullards doin' some think'-tankin' and startegerizin' for Romney's campaign.

            Another un-diagrammable sentence from Bible Spice.

            And poor Lil' Sean - he's clinging to that "biggest tax increase in history" nugget he dreamed up, why won't normal people acknowledge it?
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            • Author by Bronwyn (June 30, 2012 4:40 pm ET)
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              When Lil' Sean accedes to some nugget he is relentless in repeating it and becomes more than bewildered, more like indignant that his fellow wingnuts don't glom onto it and further promote it (his lie) with the same enthusiasm he does.

              Both Sean and Sarah have a voice that makes my hair hurt. That shrill of his. And when she switches to that dialect that is a combination of valley girl, baby talk, with the added snarky tone, I always think how impressed world dignitaries must be with her? ;>)
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              • Author by highlyunlikely (June 30, 2012 5:20 pm ET)
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                They're the Dumb and Dumber duo. But which one is which?
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              • Author by Andy Kreiss (June 30, 2012 7:27 pm ET)
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                But it's not his fellow wingnuts he's all upset at - they're spouting the same lines, if not as shrilly and incessantly as Hannity - he's actually mad at Democrats for not validating the things he's lying or confused about.

                This is what happens in the Fox bubble, where things become true through repetition. People like Hannity end up in this insane child-like state where they start losing their minds because normal people don't think lies are true or trivia is important.

                Hannity is still very convinced that Obama got elected because people weren't informed about Rev. Wright and Bill Ayers.MOst of America is smarter than he is, but he's so stupid he thinks they're dumber than he is.
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                • Author by Bronwyn (June 30, 2012 7:45 pm ET)
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                  Yeah, I get what you are saying but he also constantly states that he can't understand why more Republicans didn't make a bigger issue of the Rev. Wright and Bill Ayers connections. He gets very indignant about it. He seems to think if the rest of them were all ranting about it as much as he did, does, it may have influenced more Democrats and changed their opinions of Obama. Comprende Amigo?
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                  • Author by Andy Kreiss (June 30, 2012 11:01 pm ET)
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                    Gotcha, I'm a bit slow sometimes. I was just talking about this clip, where Knothead says that Pelosi, Obama and the rest of the administration are "still failing to acknowledge that this is the biggest tax hike in history!"

                    Come to think about it, Hannity suffers from the same problem as your bf Donuts. Donuts was constantly frustrated that nobody here will "admit to" or "agree with" the crazy sh|t he believes. He always used that as proof that we couldn't think normally, or were hypocrites, or loons, or something.
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                    • Author by Bronwyn (June 30, 2012 11:50 pm ET)
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                      Leave my BF alone! Haven't you heard Ole' Yeasthead has hopes for me (some days) of seeing the light..... Hey, I wonder how many hits that eulogy has had on YouTube? ;>)

                      Sean will do the same with this lie about the Democrats "failing to acknowledge that this is the biggest tax hike in history", repeating it over and over and expecting the rest of his ilk to do the same in hopes of swaying us loons into believing it.

                      Have you ever noticed how hard it is to acknowledge something that is not true?

                      I'm not sure if Sean repeats his lies so often he eventually believes what he spews OR if he just hopes if he repeats them often enough that others will believe them?
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      • Author by pamiety (June 30, 2012 3:34 pm ET)
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        I was thinking the same thing about her being on meds also Ms Sarah wasn't "looking fresh and clean." Hair fighting humidity?
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    • Author by glenda76 (June 29, 2012 11:02 pm ET)
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      David Letterman had her pegged for sure.
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    • Author by historygeek001 (June 29, 2012 11:10 pm ET)
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      BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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    • Author by wolf kotenberg (June 29, 2012 11:10 pm ET)
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      The woman who would be president ......
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    • Author by Chameo (June 29, 2012 11:18 pm ET)
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      ...she said, with no sense of irony whatsoever.
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      • Author by mary59 (June 29, 2012 11:32 pm ET)
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        She's still ringing those bells and warning the British not to take away our arms.
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        • Author by Bronwyn (June 30, 2012 4:53 am ET)
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          Thanks Mary. That one is always good for a laugh.
          He who warned a the the (sic) British that they weren't gonna be takin' our arms by ringin' those bells and um makin' sure as he's ridin' his horse through town to send those warning shots and bells that we were gonna be secure and we were gonna be free. Sarah Palin 6/2/11 Boston MA

          Who's A Dingbat..Who's A Dingbat..
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          • Author by grmce (June 30, 2012 6:40 am ET)
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            I recall that it took some time and a remarkable amount of institution shopping for her to acquire an ordinary degree in Communications. The fact that she was awarded any sort of tertiary qualification brings the entire U.S. university sector into disrepute, but to award a degree in "Communications" to that incoherent dimbo was scandalous.
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            • Author by Bronwyn (June 30, 2012 7:29 am ET)
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              Yep, five colleges in six years. that Journalism degree is a mystery......Despite her Journalism degree, she does not appear to have worked for the college newspaper or campus television station, school officials said.

              I've never heard or been able to find why she worked for KTUU in Anchorage, as a sportscaster for such a brief time.
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              • Author by grmce (June 30, 2012 9:37 am ET)
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                The terms "blackmail" and "extortion" spring to mind.
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                • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 1:44 pm ET)
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                  Are you the same posters who regularly trash Fox for making crap up about Democrats? Just asking.
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                  • Author by MsInformed (June 30, 2012 2:24 pm ET)
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                    “Is it irresponsible to speculate? It is irresponsible not to.”
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                  • Author by mary59 (June 30, 2012 2:28 pm ET)
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                    You is just axing.

                    I have a prediction: You will be dissatisfied with the quality of posts on here 100% of the time, and continue to miss the fact that you're playing an authoritarian role to an anonymous group you have no ability to control. Extra credit for broad-brushing.
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                  • Author by Quicksilver M.S (June 30, 2012 2:34 pm ET)
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                    grmce , should have stated ... " Some People Say" .. "The terms "blackmail" and "extortion" spring to mind."

                    That would have Qualified grmce comment as being a Factual statement ! Yes ?
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                  • Author by Bronwyn (June 30, 2012 2:45 pm ET)
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                    Jjamele
                    are you the same posters who regularly trash Fox for making crap up about Democrats? Just asking


                    Nah, I'm the one that has come to YOUR defense many times when posters are calling you "ignorant" or telling you "to go away" and criticizing your teaching abilities.

                    Tell me what I made up? If she didn't change colleges 5 times in 6 years, didn't work for KTUU for a brief time, didn't make that ridiculous comment about Paul Revere, isn't a dingbat, I will stand corrected. No problem.
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                    • Author by Nosmo King (July 01, 2012 2:10 am ET)
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                      Maybe JJAMELE is trying to say were are lying truth-tellers. Hey, I just made up a Palinized phrase.
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    • Author by Johaely (June 29, 2012 11:20 pm ET)
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      The person who completely, earnestly used being able to see Russia from Alaska as proof for international experience, is calling another person a dingbat. This ain't even calling the kettle black, this is pretty much black calling the kettle black.
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    • Author by draftedin68 (June 29, 2012 11:23 pm ET)
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      It's obvious she got into her silk P.J.s a little too early and even more obvious that she took her "Nighty-Nite" pills too soon too.

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      • Author by dhertzfe (June 30, 2012 5:48 am ET)
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        Near the bottom of her cleavage... was she halving a costume malfunction? I was seeing a little side boob there. Where was her pimp? She was dressed as a working girl!!!!!
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        • Author by worrierking (June 30, 2012 9:32 pm ET)
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          That's uncalled for. You're only allowed to make sexual comments about the ex governor if they're masturbatory fantasies like the baggers make about her royal hotness.

          Talking about her cleavage is almost as bad as saying that she looks like an old, worn out, withered harpy with the intelligence of a reptile.

          These things are just not said.
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    • Author by kamrom (June 29, 2012 11:29 pm ET)
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      You know the truly scary part of this? That is the nicest thing a republican has said about democrats in weeks.
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      • Author by Bongo Fury (June 29, 2012 11:33 pm ET)
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        When Fox News goes to entertainment next year, maybe then Palin will have found her niche.. inane, boring commentary. I hope she does stump speeches for Rmoney in the meanwhile.
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    • Author by everettbme (June 29, 2012 11:44 pm ET)
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      This gov-quiter sounds like a 6th grader. I mean come on, that's all you got, reverting to name calling. I would say "You can't be serious" but unfortunately, we know this is just sarah being sarah.

      Actually this is only more of that "PAY ATTENTION TO ME" syndrome.
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    • Author by foole (June 30, 2012 12:08 am ET)
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      She simply doesn't get it. Someone needs to show her the movie Game Change to remind her of what an imbecile she truly is.
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      • Author by steeve (June 30, 2012 11:21 am ET)
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        Since Game Change was made by beltway centrist imbeciles, that means that Palin is imbecile squared, like comparing a human not to a chimp, but to an extra stupid chimp.
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        • Author by foole (June 30, 2012 3:45 pm ET)
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          "Extra stupid chimp" made me smile.
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          • Author by jjamele2880 (July 01, 2012 8:28 am ET)
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            Wow....I won't miss any of this. I hope you guys are proud of your brilliant comments. They'd make you the hit on any middle school playground.
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            • Author by Bronwyn (July 01, 2012 10:03 pm ET)
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              Considering how often, and on the number of threads, on this site, you threaten to stop coming here because the posters are SO beneath your intellect and maturity, it's you that sounds like someone on a school playground.

              "If you don't play the way I want you to play, I'm taking my ball and going home. I'm not speaking to you any more until you act like I want you to act. Grow up!!! I won't miss you. I don't know why I keep coming to this playground anyway.........." That's how you sound.

              Jaysus dude, do you read your own posts? Insulting the posters and exaggerating what they say in jest isn't very mature on your own part, either.
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            • Author by steeve (July 01, 2012 11:55 pm ET)
                 
              "brilliant" and "appropriate for a middle school playground" are not exclusive. Since I'm aware of that and you aren't, I'm smarter than you.

              Brilliance is using the right tool for the job.
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    • Author by 5047 (June 30, 2012 12:21 am ET)
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      I'm just as disgusted with Hannity for allowing this Biddy to spew her venom on his show. This is a perfect example of his no class demeanor. If he was a legitimate host he should have told her that we don't make personal attacks. On my show we keep it strictly about political philosophy. Like my Daddy always told me,When you lay down with dogs, you're gonna get fleas.These two deserve each other.
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      • Author by Martinking68 (June 30, 2012 12:39 am ET)
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        What astounds me so much about Hannity is how much viciously attacks the President with nonsense, hyperbole, and lies, yet acts as if he is classy and respectful to all AND his neanderthal audience buys it (which shouldn't be surprising since so many of them act the exact same way).
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        • Author by foghornleghorn (June 30, 2012 12:05 pm ET)
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          It shouldn't astound you. Hannity is in it for the money. He doesn't believe ANYTHING he says.
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        • Author by Andy Kreiss (June 30, 2012 1:52 pm ET)
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          Watch the clip. Pelosi's remarks are pretty calm and even, if obviously pleased. Hannity uses the word "gleefully". I know it's a minor point,compared to some of the bigger idiocies and lies he spouts, but he knows how to push his zombie fans' buttons.

          She's giggling hysterically... AT DESTROYING YOUR CONSTITUTION!!!
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    • Author by nixter (June 30, 2012 12:43 am ET)
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      politifact.com shot down sean, and normal thinking shot down worthless palin. they must enjoy this. this is going to be so easy for Obama. Fox News is a gift for Obama 2012.
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    • Author by truthurts (June 30, 2012 12:51 am ET)
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      "OBAMATAX"? that's all they could come up with? you can tell they were totally not expecting this
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    • Author by dmn (June 30, 2012 1:16 am ET)
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      Another step closer to the day when someone on Fox inevitably drops the N bomb on Obama.
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      • Author by Chief Bromden (June 30, 2012 3:05 am ET)
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        Or Clear Channel.
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      • Author by Lique (June 30, 2012 4:01 pm ET)
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        I know, I said the same thing myself.
        I think it will either be Sean H. or
        Eric B. you can almost see the pains
        they go through not to just let it
        out.
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    • Author by cugagcmu805031 (June 30, 2012 2:00 am ET)
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      Leader Pelosi has more intelligence in her discarded fingernail clippings than Palin could ever expect to have.
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    • Author by chibitenshi (June 30, 2012 2:05 am ET)
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      The words i'd use to describe Sarah Palin..if I did, I'd probably be banned for profanity... >.>
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      • Author by dazednamused (June 30, 2012 12:14 pm ET)
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        Exactly. This baby-factory dimwit, Bible-thumping know-nothing, gun-toting redneck has no respect for my president and deserves none in return. I will never hesitate to call this woman all the vile things I can think of without one speck of remorse. You want to play, Lady Blah Blah, then be ready to take it in return.
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        • Author by Andy Kreiss (June 30, 2012 1:54 pm ET)
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          What's really funny is that her fans think Bill Maher is "sexist" for noticing what a f***ing idiot she is. I mean, they pretend to think he's sexist.
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    • Author by cjj (June 30, 2012 2:58 am ET)
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      She can say it but she can't spell it.

      Wow, Sarah, The bloom has really left the rose. Ugh!
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    • Author by Chief Bromden (June 30, 2012 3:04 am ET)
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      Typical wingnut projection.
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    • Author by Chief Bromden (June 30, 2012 3:04 am ET)
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      Typical wingnut projection.
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    • Author by PBVV (June 30, 2012 3:16 am ET)
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      Shammity said it is the largest tax increase in history.
      I honestly do not know if it is or not.
      Being the liar that he is well known as, I have no reason to believe him or FOX about that item.
      However, I honestly do not care.
      Whatever it is, I am willing to pay the extra so that the healthy among us have health insurance to stay healthy and the sick and the dying will have access to the physicians, diagnostics, meds & treatments and any surgeries & hospitalizations that they need.

      As for Neon Pink Blousey Sister Say-rah Simple McFailin's comments here....WTF?

      Her very slumberous, bitter, snarky rant here about Pelosi has nothing to do with the question that Shammity asked her!
      It is quite clear that McFailin has full access to the drugs she takes, eh?

      Hannity: Politically speaking, how should Congress deal with this and how should the Romney Campaign deal with this, if you were to give advice??

      McFailin: Well first off, Nancy Pelosi is a dingbat and she is the perfect spokesperson for this whole agenda of the far left, I mean the Democrat Party, I know alotta Democrats who are absolutely embarrassed and disgusted with her and what Harry Reid's leadership has provided the Democrat Party, and eh, they wanna bail out of the Democrat Party, because of, ah, specifically, th, the things that she says, the things that she does, what it is that she represents, but she's a perfect spokesperson for, um, President Obama's Democrat Party.



      Well Sister Simple Say-rah McPhailin, that certainly is some real rich advice you have there for Congress and Romney.
      I hope they follow it.

      Buh-Bye For Now McPhailin

      But wait! there is one more interesting bit of two-facednesss that that McFailin brought up there before Shammity could break away for commercial....
      I watched/listened to the rest of her babblings in this Shammity segment over on one of her website's YouTube page
      http://barracudabrigade.blogspot.com/
      One of the issues that had her quite riled up was the waiver/exemptions in the PPACA.




      McFailin: Let me make a point on Obama care and let me get your input on this
      If Obamacare is so doaAwgggone great and economic and constitutional now, what is with the exemptions Sean, and sorry to pivot real quickly fr...ah...on this one, but where can the rest of us sign up for these exemptions as the other, you know, thousand plus organisations and individuals...

      Shammity:....and big labor...

      McPhailin: ... have been able to, Yep, big labor!, and we're going to be picking up the tabs then for the exemptions, that uhhh, ... the results of these exemptions, but, Where can the rest of us and the small businesses that will so adversely impacted by ObamaCare, ....

      Shammity: ...Nowhere.

      McPhailin: ...where can the rest of us participate in the exemptions??

      Shammity: Er, um, well, for example, The Cadillac Tax that will kick in, I believe it was in 2018 in the bill, ...uhhh....there was an exemption there!, Because Unions often have plans that meet that criteria. In other words, some of the better Health Care Plans. And that'll be taxed, but not until 2018, because of course they wouldn't want to impact The Democrats now, but it'll be interesting to see what happens when ..when, that time comes that they have to pay the same taxes as everybody!
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      • Author by Bronwyn (June 30, 2012 5:41 am ET)
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        Whoops I should have read further before posting about her not answering Sean's question. But about
        Shammity said it is the largest tax increase in history. I honestly do not know if it is or not.
        It is another Hannity lie. I heard Bernie Sanders explain how much it would save the tax payers so I did further checking.........
        This Is Something The Republicans Do NOT Want You To Know. Affordable Health Care Act Will Save American Taxpayers Over $200 Billion Through 2016.
        TheHill: Health Law Will Save Medicare $200 Billion.

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      • Author by Bronwyn (June 30, 2012 6:33 am ET)
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        PBVV, thanks for the clip above. Wow, it's hard to count the many lies in that one clip. Hannity repeated several times the lie about Obama saying "It's not constitutional I can't change the law..." " but then he goes ahead and does just that" referring to the clip where they stopped the clip just before Obama says "but what I can do..." and Obama goes on to explain exactly what he could do and ended up doing.

        And idiot Palin claiming Obama is "over reach" and that he is saying "I don't care what congress does I'm going to act anyway" Blah, Blah this fake outrage coming from the same idiot when asked about the role of the Vice President said in several interviews that the VP is "in charge of the US Senate" and can "make a lot of good policy changes" But also, they're in charge of the United States Senate, so if they want to they can really get in there with the Senators and make a lot of good policy changes......
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      • Author by Andy Kreiss (June 30, 2012 1:59 pm ET)
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        There was an email circulating about three years ago, before the bill was even finished, and attributed to some Texas judge at times. Like a lot of those emails, it was attributed to different people at different times.

        Most of the content of the email was debunked, but it seems to still be the source for the GOP and their media, regarding ACA.

        As far as I know, the "tax" part of it applies to people with really deluxe planes, or that mythical group, wealthy people who just don't feel like insuring themselves.
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        • Author by Chameo (June 30, 2012 3:37 pm ET)
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          Melissa Harris-Perry was the first person I've seen take on the "Supreme Court says this is a tax" BS line and address it when someone on her show was spouting that talking point. As she pointed out, there's a difference between saying something is a tax and declaring that the penalty is constitutional under the taxing authority vested in Congress. The taxation clause includes "promote the general welfare" and has been used by SCOTUS to deem penalties and taxes as constitutional under the broad authority of Congress to tax.

          There are a lot of taxes including in the law, such as the infamous tax on tanning and a tax on the manufacturers of some types of durable medical equipment (as well as further regulation of DME items like scooters and hoverround chairs -- you actually need to get a prescription for them from a doctor or medical professional who has seen you in the last six months now), but the penalty for not having health insurance is not one of them. It's a penalty meant to discourage a behavior that's detrimental to the general welfare, or conversely to encourage behavior that's beneficial -- i.e. to have comprehensive health insurance.

          As for the email, if it's the one with the 100 things in the health care bill -- that's the one that prompted my interest in the health care law in the first place. A client paid me to go through the email line by line, read the section listed and explain it in plain English. Nearly every single one of the contentions in the email were complete misinterpretations.
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          • Author by Andy Kreiss (June 30, 2012 4:06 pm ET)
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            There were several versions of the email, some several pages long, some were selected "highlights".. mostly BS like " you don't get to decide if you get surgery", "Illegal aliens will get free healthcare", and the ever-popular suicide counseling/ bureaucrats deciding if you were too old to get medicine..

            And of course, I meant people with deluxe "plans", although some of them might have nice planes too. :)
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    • Author by southrnbelle4939 (June 30, 2012 3:32 am ET)
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      Really?????

      Really!!!!!

      I mean, Really!!!!!
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    • Author by David2012 (June 30, 2012 5:20 am ET)
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      Why does this woman keep appearing on television?

      It's as though reality TV has met politics or something.
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      • Author by xlrrp173 (June 30, 2012 8:19 am ET)
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        "Why does this woman keep appearing on television?"

        I think the reason is because there are still idiot teabaggers who think she actually has a valid opinion on issues, and would have made a great Vice President. Like Ron White says, "you can't fix stupid".

        With all of the thumbs downers above, you would think at least one of them would have defended this "dingbat" comment, but not one of them has. Must be like Simple Sarah, they can't string together a complete sentence.
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        • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 8:56 am ET)
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          Maybe because "this woman" got 47% of the popular vote for Vice President three years ago? Which means that tens of millions of Americans voted for her to be one heartbeat away from the Presidency?

          Ah, but you disagree with her. So she should just Go Away.

          You guys are becoming more like the right-wingers every day. Keep it up.
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          • Author by David2012 (June 30, 2012 9:02 am ET)
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            This is an extremely mediocre, if there is such a thing, mind at work inside of this person, jjamele2880. I disagree with a lot of people, but some of them have to be taken seriously and deserve respect, however grudging it may occasionally be. This one doesn't.

            You really can't tell the difference?
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            • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 9:12 am ET)
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              I agree that she has a mediocre brain- though, judging from the juvenile comments on this thread concerning her, I'm not sure the right people are complaining about that. I was just pointing out that the reason why she's still taken seriously is because she was a major political figure not that long ago. She isn't trying to appeal to people who read MMFA, obviously- though again, it's kind of laughable that the coarse, giggling echo chamber here is accusing her of being not up to their standards.
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              • Author by David2012 (June 30, 2012 10:19 am ET)
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                And they, evidently, aren't up to yours.
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              • Author by juliajayne1 (June 30, 2012 12:02 pm ET)
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                Yes, jjamele2880, I agree that all of us should wait for our chance to be on national television to say venal, stupid, indecorous, rude and blatantly mendacious things like Sarah does. Until then, we should toe the line of absolute decorum! ;-)
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              • Author by dazednamused (June 30, 2012 12:21 pm ET)
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                She was not and will never be a major political figure. Get real, dude. She is a political celebrity and she has always been marketed as such. She was "taken seriously" a few years ago because she had a certain appeal to a certain type of voter the GOP was pandering to. They also tried to con the people with someone your typical GOP square thinks is sexy. She was given a huge CONtract to appear on Fox just before everyone got sick of her. How prescient of Roger Ailes, huh? Wait, another GOP decision-maker stuck in the early 70's? Get outta town!
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                • Author by juliajayne1 (June 30, 2012 1:10 pm ET)
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                  She appealed to the Playboy demographic. And yes, there is such a thing, I mean no snark. Okay, a little snark!

                  That said, her greatest talent is self promotion. Many mediocre people do well because they instinctively know how to market themselves. And many talented people remain invisible because they don't. It's a sad fact of life, but Sarah is an example of a shameless self promoter/grifter. That's all she has ever been.

                  As to who she resonates with, there will always be an audience willing to be suckered. She has no depth of knowledge nor displays character that is to be admired beyond the sheer fact of her being so nakedly venal, and unashamed of it. I guess that's something! ;-)
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              • Author by highlyunlikely (June 30, 2012 4:57 pm ET)
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                "...the right people..." hard to read past that phrase.
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                • Author by Old_Benjamin (June 30, 2012 6:11 pm ET)
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                  It's amazing that someone sooooo superior to everyone else, takes valuable time out of their day to post here. You should just soak it in...it's a gift ya know?
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                  • Author by Bronwyn (July 01, 2012 4:25 am ET)
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                    Oh, I now curtsey after reading each of his posts. Do you think I'm doing enough?
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          • Author by teh.stoopid.lib (June 30, 2012 12:48 pm ET)
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            Maybe because "this woman" got 47% of the popular vote for Vice President three years ago?

            She did? I might be a little confused here but could you tell me a little bit about the process by which she got 47% of the popular vote? Since when do we vote for the Vice President? tens of millions of Americans voted for her?
            you disagree with her. So she should just Go Away

            You're kidding right? You don't honestly see her as anything other than a political celebrity do you? She is a buffoon of the highest order and that is made clear every time she opens her mouth. There are far too many examples to even list. Why in the world should anyone take her seriously? At all. On ANY subject. EVER? Seriously, you're joking, right? Aren't you?
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            • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 1:48 pm ET)
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              No, I get it perfectly.

              You don't like what Palin says, how she says it, or what her politics are. So she makes your ears bleed, and she should just go rot in hell forever.

              It's very simple. I get it. I think it's an intolerant, stupid, juvenile way of thinking, not to mention just plain Un-American. That's my opinion. I'll get trashed for it; no problem, because I don't let the herd do my thinking for me.
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              • Author by teh.stoopid.lib (June 30, 2012 2:18 pm ET)
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                No, I get it perfectly.

                You don't like what Palin says, how she says it, or what her politics are. So she makes your ears bleed, and she should just go rot in hell forever.

                I love the way everyone here is such an expert in why I post what I post, why I think what I think, etc. I have to pop in here every few weeks to learn about myself from the experts.

                I see what you did there! HA!
                Couple things:
                A) I don't like what Palin says because EVERYTHING she says is demonstrably false. Do you think liars should be respected?
                B) Yes her voice drives me up a wall but I never mentioned that.
                C) I am not convinced she even believes or even understands 'her politics'.
                D) I don't believe in Hell
                It is intolerant, stupid, juvenile and un-American to NOT suffer fools. K!
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              • Author by bintx (July 01, 2012 1:33 pm ET)
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                I believe that the vote was for John McCain, not Sarah Palin. Had Palin not been on the ticket, it's very possible that McCain could have gotten a higher percentage of the vote. I know that she was the reason I didn't vote for McCain. My vote for Obama was a lesser of two evils vote. I would have preferred Hillary Clinton over both of them. You wouldn't have liked her, either, once she was elected because what has happened under Obama would have happened under her, too. You have this bizarre belief that the President of the United States has powers above and beyond those contained in the Constitution. It's very sad.

                It much be hard to be as special as you think you are, jjamele. Pretty difficult to live up to your own hype.

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          • Author by mjh (June 30, 2012 4:09 pm ET)
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            "Why does this woman keep appearing on television?"


            Maybe because "this woman" got 47% of the popular vote for Vice President three years ago?


            Ross Perot got 8.4% of the popular vote for President twelve years ago -- he should keep appearing on television, too . . .

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          • Author by cugagcmu805031 (June 30, 2012 11:53 pm ET)
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            Those votes were for McCain. The more voters got to know about Palin, the less they liked her, but they still liked McCain. Since 2008, even Alaskans have soured on Palin. A lot of that had to do with her pushing Joe Miller as a candidate for senator n 2010 to get revenge on Lisa Murkowski. Alaskans discovered that Palin, Miller, and the Tea Party had a plan to buy the senate seat for Miller, and they didn't like hearing that one bit. Palin worked on Murkowski's father's campaign the last time he ran for governor. She expected to be rewarded with a seat in the Senate when Governor Murkowski had to appoint someone to the seat. He appointed his daughter. Lisa Murkowski has been Palin's enemy since then.

            If you want to impose censorship standards on us and violate our 1st Amendment right to free speech, maybe you're in the wrong place. I'm not trying to be offensive. This is how I feel.
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            • Author by jjamele2880 (July 01, 2012 8:33 am ET)
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              Grooooannnn....seriously, this is like trying to talk to angry, petulant eight year olds, and you guys have long past your due date for me. You have zero tolerance for ANYONE who offers another opinion, and your reaction to someone who suggests that maybe you could raise the civility level is to attack and deride. So congratulations, you've turned MMFA's comment section into the Democratic version of The Blaze. You can have it.
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              • Author by mary59 (July 01, 2012 10:22 am ET)
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                It APPEARS to me jjamele, that you seek out venues in which you can feel superior.

                There are many intelligent people who post on here and yes, some juvenile comments. That's the nature of anonymous posting on message boards. You won't change that by being the very kind of person you deride. Look in the mirror once in a while.
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              • Author by juliajayne1 (July 01, 2012 10:27 am ET)
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                The irony is, what you've done is come here and said zero of substance and basically just been a concern troll. Seriously man, go through your posts and see how many insults you've lobbed at posters here and then whined about the level of discourse? YOU are the one needing a reality check.

                Btw, it's my belief that you love negative energy. Your blog posts alone, railing against commercials of all things, bears that out. Dude, get a DVR or a Tivo, Then you can zoom through commercials! That's what I do. Another thing I do is (largely) not consume too much television in the first place. It's an idiot box.

                Go on and leave. Raed a book! I can recommend a few if you're interested in the larger world of politics that doesn't get covered here by dint of the very reason for the existence of this site. I certainly don't come here for great political insight. Bill Moyers has a show on every Sunday worth watching. "Up" with Chris Hayes is a good show. I get podcasts from PRI. "This American Life" is so good!

                All you do anymore is come here to spew your apparently unlimited bile at the world. Try exercising to get your frustrations out. Don't come here with your biliosness and irritibility. You're not changing anybody's mind because like Mary said yesterday, we are a disparate group of people and you have NO control over any one of us. It's like tilting at windmills.

                It'd be nice if you offered a counter commentary instead of scolding and nagging. Tell us why you think what Sarah Palin had to say has merit. Can you do that one simple thing before you leave us?
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              • Author by David2012 (July 01, 2012 11:22 am ET)
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                That's plain false, jjamele2880. The comments here are generally not craxy, weird, or irrational. Although admittedly sometimes people's sense of humor strays, maybe. Nevertheless, I'm willing to put the coments here up, line against line, versus any right-wing website, when it comes to sanity.
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              • Author by dommanno3075 (July 01, 2012 12:16 pm ET)
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                You have zero tolerance for ANYONE who offers another opinion, and your reaction to someone who suggests that maybe you could raise the civility level is to attack and deride.
                Civility is a two-way street, and the right wing would need military-grade satellite imaging to find that street.
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              • Author by Bronwyn (July 01, 2012 10:19 pm ET)
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                Seriously, jjamele, someone that constantly shows up on this site and threatens to abandon the site because the posters intellect and maturity is so far beneath his. Constantly threatens to leave the site because the posters don't post the way he wants them to post, yet gets all indignant when a poster does tell him to go away, sounds like "an angry, petulant eight year old."

                You Sir, have zero tolerance for ANYONE who doesn't behave the way you think they should behave.
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          • Author by dommanno3075 (July 01, 2012 12:11 pm ET)
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            Maybe because "this woman" got 47% of the popular vote for Vice President three years ago?
            No, she didn't.

            As you wingnuts were so fond or braying in 2000, the voters don't vote for president or vice president, they vote for members of the Electoral College who in turn vote for president and VP.

            Palin got exactly 173 votes for VP.
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      • Author by MsInformed (June 30, 2012 2:28 pm ET)
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        FUX News has a paucity of content.
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    • Author by bilbo_dies (June 30, 2012 8:12 am ET)
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      Bible Spice:

      "I know a lot of Democrats who are embarrassed and disgusted with Pelosi and Harry Reid"

      Liar. Anyone you know that has and attitude like that are not actual Democrats.

      BTW Good job reading that off the Tel R Prompter and, once again, taking barbiturates before appearing on TV may not be a good idea.
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      • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 8:54 am ET)
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        Wow, really?

        Any Democrat who does not approve of Pelosi and Reid are not really Democrats?

        What's next, Loyalty Oaths?

        This is really getting pathetic, people.

        I am a registered Democrat. I was disgusted with Pelosi for taking Impeachment of GW Bush and Cheney "off the table" during the 2006 congressional elections. I am disgusted with Reid for being an Anti-Choice, Pro-Gun "Democrat" who told Obama to give up on real Health Care reform before he even started.

        Gee, I guess I'm not a Democrat. So says bilbo, so it must be so.
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        • Author by dazednamused (June 30, 2012 12:22 pm ET)
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          Hmmmmmm speaking of loyalty oaths. have you ever heard of Grover Norquist?
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          • Author by blk-in-alabam (June 30, 2012 12:39 pm ET)
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            jjamele being a former being a former republican party candidate was probably offered a copy to sign
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            • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 1:39 pm ET)
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              OOOOHHH, look who has done some "research" and uncovered "very interesting information!" Congratulations!

              I'd give you the backstory concerning my Six Months As A Candidate For Congress, but why bother? I'll only mention that I was good enough to win the endorsement of the Log Cabin Republicans AND the Maryland Family Values Alliance. :>)
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              • Author by blk-in-alabam (June 30, 2012 2:07 pm ET)
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                I have no reason to do research on you..You previously posted the details of your congressional campaign here.
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                • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 2:12 pm ET)
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                  Ah, ok. I guess I had forgotten that. It was a lot of fun, except for the people I had to deal with on a regular basis.
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                  • Author by Quiet Tom (June 30, 2012 3:47 pm ET)
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                    Yeah, those impertinent little people -- typical.
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                  • Author by jeffnky (June 30, 2012 4:52 pm ET)
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                    What a great line for the other candidate if you ever run for anything again, "except for the people I had to deal with on a regular basis." The bumper sticker is written. I guess dog catcher is still possible.
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                  • Author by Old_Benjamin (June 30, 2012 5:59 pm ET)
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                    It was a lot of fun, except for the people I had to deal with on a regular basis.
                    This from the poster that posted this?
                    it's kind of laughable that the coarse, giggling echo chamber here is accusing her of being not up to their standards.
                    So only YOU get to decide the standards and who lives up to them?
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                    • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 8:54 pm ET)
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                      The "people I had to deal with" were right-wing Republicans who thought that GW Bush was God's gift to America. I had a hard time dealing with them, because they were pretty idiotic and nasty. I bet if you ever met them, you'd agree.

                      You are so eager to punch holes in me, you clearly couldn't care less if your attacks are based on reality. But please, enjoy your imaginary triumphs.

                      I'm proud of my campaign, because it gave my students a chance to participate in the process. Ten years later, they still email and write to let me know how much they learned and how much they enjoyed the experience. So don't expect the witless snarking of anonymous strangers on some website to hurt all that much.
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                      • Author by jjamele2880 (July 01, 2012 8:20 am ET)
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                        Annnnnndddd.....that reply gets three thumbs-down. You people are really pathetic. I don't know why I keep coming here, it used to be a place to discuss politics from different angles with mature people. Those days are long gone.
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                        • Author by mary59 (July 01, 2012 10:27 am ET)
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                          No actually, jjamele, I think that YOU have changed.

                          Perhaps you and your students enjoyed your campaign. It appalls me that you misrepresented yourself to people who voted for you.

                          You've deliberately and consistently put yourself in places where you can feel superior to others. It's clouded your view.
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                        • Author by Old_Benjamin (July 01, 2012 4:21 pm ET)
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                          You are so eager to punch holes in me, you clearly couldn't care less if your attacks are based on reality. But please, enjoy your imaginary triumphs.
                          Since that seems to be in reply to my post...WTF? I just used words from YOUR posts and drew a conclusion based on them. Punch holes? Not so much, but feel free to continue tilting at windmills.
                          Annnnnndddd.....that reply gets three thumbs-down.
                          6 now.
                          You people are really pathetic. I don't know why I keep coming here,
                          Me neither...must be a masochist.
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              • Author by blk-in-alabam (June 30, 2012 2:16 pm ET)
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                As a republican congressional candidiate,were you asked to sign Grover Norquist's pledge? And if so what was your response??
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                • Author by juliajayne1 (June 30, 2012 2:30 pm ET)
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                  Yes, those loyalty pledges seem to be all the rage in Republican circles. I don't know of a case of Dems requiring such fealty in writing.

                  Of course they did work to dispatch those pesky Ron Paul delegates in Massachusetts who wouldn't sign A loyalty pledge to Romney, so I guess they're useful, if not just a skosh fascistic!
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          • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 1:43 pm ET)
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            I've heard of pumpkins. That's about as on topic as your post.
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        • Author by bilbo_dies (June 30, 2012 7:30 pm ET)
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          Actually jj my whole point was that anyone who identifies as being a member of the Democratic party probably doesn't:

          A) Have any kind of passing one to one contact with Bible Spice.
          B) May not approve of everything that Pelosi and Reid has done but; doubtfully would discribe their feelings as "embarrassed and disgusted".

          Of course I have been wrong before.
          BTW How do you get Loyalty Oaths from my comment?
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        • Author by dommanno3075 (July 01, 2012 12:18 pm ET)
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          I am a registered Democrat.
          Bullshit.
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    • Author by Spooky Dooooooooood (June 30, 2012 8:16 am ET)
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      If everyone, not to include the democrat party of, course speaking off the cuff of my hip , would not pay this , woman Nancy Pelosi, the Deen Bat attention about why this powerful, nation among God's truly informed patriots forever more will wave it's grain.
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      • Author by xlrrp173 (June 30, 2012 8:21 am ET)
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        Didn't know you knew how to speak Bible Spice lingo, too, also.
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        • Author by Spooky Dooooooooood (June 30, 2012 8:30 am ET)
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          My consciousness, to the flag that as I may not need, to remind, you, still shone through the night as the glare from Russia still ever reared it's , ugly head over our shores. This Obama may never know the true patriotism that exists when the people of tea and other , delicious beverages gather to behold the, beauty and majesty of thine Jesus. Who walked among men to create this nation. (under God)
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      • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 1:40 pm ET)
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        DemocratIC party.
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      • Author by Andy Kreiss (June 30, 2012 11:39 pm ET)
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        Deen Bat


        That got me chuckling a little, but I really lost it when she went to the plans of her imaginary Democrat friends who are embarrassed and disgusted-

        "Dey wanna bell oudda duh demacrat pardy."

        She's almost like a bad actor trying to play a stupid person.
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        • Author by Bronwyn (July 01, 2012 4:44 am ET)
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          Damn it! I want her and Sean to acknowledge, that Sarah as mayor of Wasilla, raised taxes on the residents, even a food tax.

          Oh when, when, will they acknowledge that? I'm asking you for advice on how to get them to do that............ Dey wanna act like their pardy neva do that, raise taxes on the little peoples.
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    • Author by epichuntarz (June 30, 2012 8:27 am ET)
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      How are any of us even able to respond to this after spitting the water we were drinking all over our computers after seeing it?
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    • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 8:51 am ET)
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      This is an opinion, not "Conservative Misinformation."

      Everyone who posts here thinks Sarah Palin is a Dingbat. Ed Schultz, Lawrence O'Donnell etc. have all said as much on THEIR shows. Is that "Liberal Misinformation?"

      Sorry, but this is just lame. Even Sarah Palin has a right to her opinion of elected officials. Because you disagree with her does not make it "Misinformation."
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      • Author by David2012 (June 30, 2012 9:09 am ET)
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        And your point is what?
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        • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 9:16 am ET)
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          Beyond your ability to grasp, clearly. Nothing new, I'm sure.

          Here, I'll dump my own inclinations overboard and try to be part of the group, just for your benefit, so that you might understand me better:

          "Gee Bible Spice Is Such a Moron Why would anyone listen to This Woman She is So Stupid I bet she didn't really get a Journalism Degree Dummy never worked for a newspaper OOOO I can't stand her voice sounds like a cat being tortured half-gubernator of a small state can see Russia from her House stupid bimbo please just get lost already Bible-thumping doofus woman!"

          Better?
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          • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 9:18 am ET)
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            Ooops I forgot- "she takes drugs too and did I mention how STUPID she is plus her voice is awful she is so dumb loser!"
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            • Author by David2012 (June 30, 2012 10:18 am ET)
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              I am honored to be in the presence of such a superior being.

              Are you amusing yourself, your honor?
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            • Author by congero6189599 (June 30, 2012 11:01 am ET)
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              Did you forget that the comments about SP intelligence were about her calling the 1st female speaker of the house a "dingbat?"
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              • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 1:57 pm ET)
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                And what do Ed Schultz, O'Donnell, Stephanie Miller, and the rest of the "Left" (yeah right) on tv and radio use to refer to the second female candidate for Vice President?

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                • Author by juliajayne1 (June 30, 2012 3:29 pm ET)
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                  I don't know. What do they say about her? And what does her being the second female candidate for anything have to actually DO with anything? Is it supposed to accord her special privileges?

                  I don't know about you, but I'd prefer a woman who has well thought out policy initiatives/ideas and doesn't merely regurgitate hateful talking points. That would be MY idea (as a female) of progress. Then again, we have a LOT of stupid men who've gained traction or at least notoriety and good paying gigs by being total jerks, so why not her?

                  Tell you what, why don't you listen to the clip and tell US what she had to say that's enlightening and why we should accord her respec. You know, instead of you just playing at being the oracle of delphi?
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                • Author by bintx (July 01, 2012 1:39 pm ET)
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                  Stephanie Miller's program is a comedy show . . . just as Jon Stewart's program is a comedy show.

                  Ed Schultz? Yech, do you watch him? Why? Lawrence O'Donnell? How do you stay awake?

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            • Author by blk-in-alabam (June 30, 2012 12:12 pm ET)
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              There is a reason comments about drugs,and Sarah Palin's slurred speech in the above clip....Sarah Palin in the above clip is not doing the fox news head bounce...The fox news head bounce is required of all political hacks appearing on fox news....This includes Sarah Palin...There are many video clips to verify the fox news head bounce requirement..

              You can turn the volume down on a fox news broadcast,count the number of,and speed of the head bounces of the political hack speaking and get a fairly accurate count of the number of,and degree of the lies they speak...........Sarah Palin's, head is not doing the fox news head bounce in the above clip....This makes it not unreasonable to question her state of mind..Is it drugs,or news that her contract will not be renewed,or simply a sore neck.............Another honest observation is Sarah Palin's neck is starting to look like Anne Coulter's neck....
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          • Author by n'est-ce pas (June 30, 2012 11:08 am ET)
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            Kind of like how your inability to read caused you to insist repeatedly that health insurance companies will now jack up their premiums to rake in higher profits even though the ACA caps their medical loss ratio at 80/20? How very odd to see you asserting your intellectual superiority after the multitude of stupid things you've written here. Firebaggers are WORSE than teabaggers, no shit.
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            • Author by dazednamused (June 30, 2012 12:34 pm ET)
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              I have a limited amount of Oui's to hand out in a given day, n'est-ce pas, so cool it with all the sense-makin.
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              • Author by n'est-ce pas (June 30, 2012 2:25 pm ET)
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                I shall endeavor to emulate jjamele2880 in tone and in content to keep your quota intact.

                NOBODY SHOULD VOTE FOR NOBAMA BECAUSE HE DOESN'T DO ALL THE THINGS I WANT HIM TO DO THE WAY I WANT HIM TO DO THEM SO NOTHING HE'S EVER DONE MATTERS AND THE COUNTRY WOULD BE MUCH BETTER OFF WITH PRESIDENT ROMNEY BECAUSE AT LEAST HE PASSES THE PURITY TEST I AM SUCH A TOOL!

                How was that?
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            • Author by teh.stoopid.lib (June 30, 2012 1:01 pm ET)
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              jjamele has convinced himself that if he uses a sanctimonious and condescending tone, people will think he is informed and intelligent and will be less likely to question his assertions.
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              • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 1:41 pm ET)
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                I love the way everyone here is such an expert in why I post what I post, why I think what I think, etc. I have to pop in here every few weeks to learn about myself from the experts.

                What I won't ever learn here is tolerance for dissenting opinions, that's for sure.
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                • Author by Adam West (June 30, 2012 1:57 pm ET)
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                  What I won't ever learn here is tolerance for dissenting opinions, that's for sure.

                  ^^^^
                  That is Conservative Misinformation.
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                • Author by Quicksilver M.S (June 30, 2012 3:59 pm ET)
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                  "I love the way everyone here is such an expert in why I post what I post, why I think what I think, etc."

                  It is not Us , here at MMFA that have reached this conclusion about your posts . It is the Good Dr. Albow that has already Diagnosed the Condition on Posting .
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                • Author by bintx (July 01, 2012 1:41 pm ET)
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                  You don't tolerate dissenting opinions. You tell everyone that they are stupid because they don't agree with you.

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              • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 1:59 pm ET)
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                Um, actually I'm both informed and intelligent. That "sanctimonious and condescending tone" is just the English language that doesn't look like it was typed in I Can Top Your Spittle Rage I Hate Palin and The Republicans More Than You-ese. I understand your confusion; I wouldn't encourage children to visit this site to assist them in acquiring English language skills.
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                • Author by Adam West (June 30, 2012 2:04 pm ET)
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                  Do you want to know why this is Conservative Misinformation? Because Nancy Pelosi obviously isn't a dingbat.
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                  • Author by jjamele2880 (June 30, 2012 2:16 pm ET)
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                    Seems to me that who is or isn't a "Dingbat" is strictly a matter of opinion. I agree, Pelosi is not a dingbat- I wanted Clinton to pick her for VP back in '92- but if I were of a different political persuasion, I'd feel much differently about her. That was my point.

                    That Sarah Palin thinks Pelosi is a "dingbat" is not
                    "Conservative Misinformation." It's the last Republican Candidate for Vice President expressing an opinion. And may I say, for all the childishness of calling the Speaker of the House a "Dingbat," I've heard much worse.

                    Apparently, if MMFA posts it, that makes it "Conservative Misinformation." I disagree. Words have meanings.
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                    • Author by n'est-ce pas (June 30, 2012 2:22 pm ET)
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                      Um, if you'd bothered to exert some of your sooper-intelligence on analyzing the clip, you would have, perhaps (not), noted SEVERAL lies in the clip, including such classic canards as:

                      "Biggest tax hike evar!!!!one1!

                      and

                      2 UNIONS GOT DEFERRALS!

                      But you were too busy writing in FLAWLESS English about yet another subject with which you haven't even a passing acquaintance, that you just come off as a dumbass firebagger suffering from an obvious case of the Dunning-Kruger Effect.
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                    • Author by Adam West (June 30, 2012 2:29 pm ET)
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                      I was just kidding. Pelosi is a complete dingbat (Palin is too). I just find it funny that people find this topic important and that it receives more comments than topics that are actually worth while.
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                      • Author by n'est-ce pas (June 30, 2012 2:33 pm ET)
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                        It's receiving comments because everyone here LOVES smacking around jjamele2880 almost as much as we do you. It's not the subject, it's the idiot self-proclaimed super-brain that's attracting attention.
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                        • Author by Adam West (June 30, 2012 2:35 pm ET)
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                          self-proclaimed super-brain

                          Never happened.

                          t's receiving comments because everyone here LOVES smacking around jjamele2880 almost as much as we do you.

                          Not every comment pertains to this.

                          I think Obama should regulate your hostility because you have way too much of it.
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                          • Author by n'est-ce pas (June 30, 2012 4:52 pm ET)
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                            Are you a jjamele2880 sockpuppet? Because yes, yes he did proclaim himself to be both intelligent and educated. Like a thousand times over the past couple of years. So, unless you're actually Mr. "I ran for Congress and lost and somehow that's a thing for which I should be forever congratulated and praised," do shut up.
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                          • Author by highlyunlikely (June 30, 2012 4:53 pm ET)
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                            You sound so...angry. Juvenile cons love that tactic.
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                            • Author by Adam West (June 30, 2012 5:02 pm ET)
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                              You should be in the Military since you are a pro at recognizing tactics.
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                              • Author by highlyunlikely (June 30, 2012 5:19 pm ET)
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                                That's another prime example.
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                                • Author by Adam West (June 30, 2012 5:20 pm ET)
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                                  Of what?
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                                  • Author by highlyunlikely (June 30, 2012 5:31 pm ET)
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                                    the strikingly obvious. And military training is no requirement for recognizing that.
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                                    • Author by Adam West (June 30, 2012 6:24 pm ET)
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                                      I didn't say you should get military training. I said you should join the military.
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                                      • Author by highlyunlikely (June 30, 2012 7:00 pm ET)
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                                        and I say same difference. Plus I disagree. The tactic was plenty obvious to any halfway perceptive layman.
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          • Author by Bronwyn (June 30, 2012 8:14 pm ET)
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            Jjamele,
            ......I bet she didn't really get a Journalism Degree Dummy never worked for a newspaper.......


            You contentious ass, since I don't see another post mentioning "newspaper" I will assume you aimed that at my post, which you completely distorted. I didn't say she didn't work for a newspaper and therefore she is "So Stupid" I was quoting an article that researched her education.

            Journalism programs as part of the education process includes gaining real world experience. Most journalism programs include opportunities for students to work with the school news broadcasting stations as well as the school newspapers. Hers did offer such programs and she didn't bother to utilize those opportunities, according to the schools officials.

            Also, I never said I doubted she has a Journalism Degree, I think it is a mystery to how she managed to graduate and was honored with such degree, considering she is a terrible interviewee and speaks badly. She is notorious for spewing a long conglomerate of words and thoughts and never saying anything regarding the topic or answering the question.

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            • Author by cugagcmu805031 (June 30, 2012 11:58 pm ET)
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              She was a broadcast journalist at one of the stations in Alaska. I've seen clips of her broadcasts on the Immoral Minority blog. You never mentioned print journalism--at all.
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              • Author by Bronwyn (July 01, 2012 4:18 am ET)
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                I knew she had a brief gig as a weekend sportscaster for KTUU in Anchorage. I've never heard how she was rated or why she left that job.

                Immoral Minority blog? Ha, I will have to look that up. I've never heard of it.
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      • Author by Spooky Dooooooooood (June 30, 2012 9:14 am ET)
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        JJamele you too, obviously and without any height of honor lacking in, your good will towards man kind, also appear to be eager to welcome the winds of change that, even though they are stout as an alpine wolf cub have done nothing in combating this foul, often Marxist like child man in the office of the land who is against all the liberty loving ultimate freedom fighters of USA USA, USA take for granted.
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      • Author by steeve (June 30, 2012 11:25 am ET)
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        Reality breaks the symmetry.

        "Palin is a dingbat"
        "Pelosi is a dingbat"

        One of those statements is objectively true.

        There seriously is no penalty in your mind for being comically wrong about everything? All worldviews score a 5 on your reality meter?
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      • Author by MsInformed (June 30, 2012 2:31 pm ET)
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        And yet, Nancy Pelosi is NOT a dingbat.
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      • Author by The_Cat (June 30, 2012 6:46 pm ET)
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        Hannity: They (the administration) still cannot acknowledge what it is, which is a tax. Largest tax increase in history. President wants to follow that up with a double whammy, and that is not extending the Bush tax cuts. Politically speaking, how should Congress deal with this? How should the Romney campaign deal with this, if you were to give advice?

        Palin: Well first off, Nancy Pelosi is a dingbat, and she is the perfect spokesperson for this whole agenda of the far left running the Democrat Party. I know a lot of Democrats who are absolutely embarrassed and disgusted with what her and Harry Reid's leadership has provided the Democrat Party and they want to bail out of the Democrat Party because of uh specifically the things that she says, the things that she does,what it is that she represents but uh she's the perfect spokesperson for President Obama's Democrat Party.

        Bearing in mind that this is Fox Propaganda, and the Sean Hannity Show, and Sarah Palin is paid contributor to Fox Propaganda, don't you think her reply to Hannity's somewhat softball question could've been more, oh, I don't know, coherent? You may argue that there is more to this clip, and perhaps there is, but it is quite obvious from just this small video that this woman has little idea what might come out of her mouth next.

        You want conservative misinformation? Sarah 'The Quitter' Palin is of the opinion that Democratic representatives are leaving the party in droves. Is this in fact happening? I have heard of it nowhere else, and in the face of her 'Death Panel' lie winning Lie of the Year honors, I'm not likely to simply take her word for it, am I?

        Feel free to take issue with the occasionally juvenile nature of some of the posters here if you like; just be aware that this is the DellDolly route. I find it easy enough to skip past, myself, and there is much worth reading on this site, including your posts, jjamele2880.
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        • Author by juliajayne1 (July 01, 2012 10:37 am ET)
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          He's apparently missed your very thoughtful posts my panther, er kitten! ;-)

          Nice and reasoned and thoughtful post. As usual! lol! You're good people is all I'm saying. Not "teasing" about that!
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          • Author by The_Cat (July 01, 2012 2:03 pm ET)
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            Haha! Thank you very much for the compliment, juliajayne1. You are good people, too.

            >^o.-^<
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    • Author by PurpleState (June 30, 2012 9:17 am ET)
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      "...and as the President of All Dingbats, I welcome her to the club!"
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    • Author by AB-001 (June 30, 2012 9:50 am ET)
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      At this stage of the game, she's on minute 14 (and holding at Fox). Palin is preaching to a hardcore choir and not is a position where she's swaying new voters to leap from Obama to Romney or contribute to Sarahpac. Her playground insults and bullying continues to relegate her further to the fringe...and you can't repudiate that!
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    • Author by YouTubeJEFF9K (June 30, 2012 9:57 am ET)
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      Anyone who values Sarah Palin's comments should be under observation.
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    • Author by PJB48 (June 30, 2012 10:36 am ET)
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      Well, she should know.
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    • Author by 1949vet (June 30, 2012 11:19 am ET)
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      "Nancy Pelosi is a dingbat."
      I half expected her to follow that with, 'and she, like, in NO WAY deserves to be going out with, like, Bobby or Brandon, or being a cheerleader or, like, on the Student Council.'
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    • Author by magnolialover (June 30, 2012 12:41 pm ET)
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      Irony.

      Not a strong point for Sarah Palin. Nope, not at all. Our, self awareness for that matter.
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    • Author by davemccarthymusic9410 (June 30, 2012 12:51 pm ET)
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      "I know a lot of Democrats who are absolutely embarrassed and disgusted with what her and Harry Reid's leadership has provided..."

      Says the woman who was the iceberg to McCain's Titanic presidential campaign. ("a lot of Democrats?" Name one. Didn't think so.)

      She does win, however, the coveted prize for most references to the Democratic Party as the "Democrat Party" in a 30 second non sequitur. Extra points also, too, for using the word "specifically" and then offering exactly ZERO specifics.
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      • Author by blk-in-alabam (June 30, 2012 1:11 pm ET)
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        On Sean Hannity's show the word is specificity
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        • Author by Andy Kreiss (June 30, 2012 2:15 pm ET)
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          Lol. "in Great detail and specificity". I love when he say that almost as much as his struggles with the word "literally".
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    • Author by paul8616 (June 30, 2012 3:17 pm ET)
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      "..embarrassed and disgusted with what her and Harry Reid's leadership has provided the Democrat party."

      Embarrassed and disgusted that Sarah Palin doesn't know how to use the English language.
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    • Author by oscar the grouch (June 30, 2012 3:35 pm ET)
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      A wingnut may recognize a dingbat (or not), but little else.
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    • Author by Lique (June 30, 2012 3:56 pm ET)
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      Somebody tell me she did'nt say what
      I thought she said about Nancy Pelosi.
      Because if I heard right,Sarah has left
      me speechless for once.
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    • Author by mjh (June 30, 2012 4:00 pm ET)
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      Sarah Palin: "Nancy Pelosi Is A Dingbat"


      CAPTAIN KIRK: "Spock, what's the matter?"

      MR. SPOCK: "Captain, my Irony Meter just detonated."



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    • Author by politeradical (June 30, 2012 5:54 pm ET)
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      Palin on Hannity. Truly the blind leading the blind.

      Biggest tax increase in history Dum-Dum? This is higher than that 90+% rate under Eisenhower? I know you idiots have an narrative to push, but even your moron audience has not know that's a whopper of epic proportions.

      Re Sarah's dingbat comment: Pelosi has a long career in public service, was Speaker of the House and is a leader of the democratic party. Sister Sarah is a failed VP candidate, failed reality star, failed author, a joke in her own party, and couldn't even bother to finish her single term as governor. I doubt Nancy is worried.
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    • Author by bintx (June 30, 2012 6:20 pm ET)
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      Wow! All I can say is hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!
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    • Author by papajohn (June 30, 2012 6:25 pm ET)
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      Why is his important?

      John
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      • Author by highlyunlikely (June 30, 2012 7:33 pm ET)
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        probably as important as correct spelling in order to make the message clear.
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    • Author by kdrobin504@gmail.com (June 30, 2012 7:37 pm ET)
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      More important is the lie that Hannity repeats.This is not the largest tax increase.Not even close.Check out politifacts or just google tax increases.Palin is a horrible person.At least she wore her clown shirt.

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    • Author by blk-in-alabam (June 30, 2012 9:38 pm ET)
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      Sarah Palin wearing a night gown in the above clip is no accident....Rodger plans,and stages everything at fox news.....Sarah Palin wearing a night gown in the above clip is just another one of Rodger's head games ..A head game of the image of Sarah Palin tucking old geezers in fox news audience..The ones who go to bed about the time Sean Hannity's fox news show comes on.....
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    • Author by ProObamaAgenda (June 30, 2012 11:06 pm ET)
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      i dint even listen to her rant but if the headline is true and sarah palin called somebody, i mean ANYbody a dingbat that has to set a new world record or an all time record for the 5000 yrs the earth has existed of PROJECTION ever....reading the headline made me lose my lunch. i bet she gets up everyday thinking to herself "What could I possibly say today to reassure americans that they made a correct decision in rejecting my application for high office"
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    • Author by ta2t2o (July 01, 2012 12:00 am ET)
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      This just in, Sarah Palin unfriends Nancy Pelosi on facebook.
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    • Author by mhk (July 01, 2012 6:50 am ET)
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      Does anyone really think anyone from the Romney Campaign would ask her for advice? I saw interviews with Steve Schmit and Nichole Wallace after the movie "Game Change" came out. Nichole Wallace could not vote for the Mccain Palin ticket. Steve Schmit said she would campaing her way and not listen to the Mccain campaign. So would the Romney campaign ask her for advice? Only if they wanted to be slaughter in November. Just a little extra note. It is very rude and unprofessional to call people who you disagree with names.
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    • Author by nerzog (July 01, 2012 9:46 am ET)
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      What's even more hilarious is on another broadcast when Simple Sarah declares that Obama knows nothing about the Constitution. So, in essence, the Wasilla Twitbilly is implying that she knows more about the Constitution than Obama. By extension, she's also implying that she knows more about it than Chief Justice Roberts.

      Now, that's funny. Let's be honest. The only reason FOX "News" keeps bringing on this moron to comment on things she knows nothing about is because she has a loyal following among certain uneducated, Evangelical nutbags in the Republican base.
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    • Author by darthwave (July 01, 2012 10:44 am ET)
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      I can't even come with a witty comment. Funny to see Palin look so depressed looking after the SCOUS upheld health care.
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      • Author by danielsangeo (July 01, 2012 12:35 pm ET)
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        The ACA is something that helps millions and millions of Americans. Of course she's going to look depressed.
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    • Author by pam95650 (July 01, 2012 12:34 pm ET)
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      Look who's calling the kettle black. "Democrat" party? Geeze, Sarah, go back to school and learn to speak.
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    • Author by hurricaneyankee52983 (July 01, 2012 12:44 pm ET)
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      no, SARA,you are the dingbat.
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    • Author by ThomasJH268 (July 02, 2012 12:58 am ET)
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      And you want to know what's really funny?


      Both "The Blahs" and the "Daily Call Girl" picked up on this story and are running with it as if Madam Mulligan calling Nancy Pelosi a "Dingbat" is comperable to Sir Laurence Oliver quoting "Hamlet"

      People who are fans of Sarah Palin are total morons
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    • Author by scooter51 (July 02, 2012 1:38 am ET)
         
      You should talk Caribou Barbie.
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