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November 12, 2008

This is the Future of the GOP?

Filed under: Daily Observations,Palin,politics,Uncategorized — Julie P @ 8:05 pm
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I did not blame Sarah Palin for the McCain Palin not winning on November 4th. It was the GOP’s lack of unifying message that did them in, their message that could only appeal to their base, not to all Americans.

Now the GOP is looking for a unifying message and they are looking for it possibly through Sarah Palin. Well, Mrs. Palin is a symptom to a much bigger problem that she is a part of, they embrace McCarthyism.

During the campaign she contributed to the GOP’s red scare tactics that are occupying today’s GOP. She could not answer questions directly and when she did she answered in gibberish. She proved that she was not fit for the Office of Vice President.

The GOP is currently in the wilderness looking for a way back. If the GOP wants to remain there they can continue on with their McCarthyist tactics and they can use Sarah Palin as the GOP’s front woman. She embraced McCarthyism well.

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5 Comments »

  1. the end of the Republican party is near. Sarah Palin is a dip stick. I am out of the Party forever. The Republican Party is nothing more than the KKK and the likes of Rush Limbaughs of America. The Dirty South.

    Comment by CINDY — November 12, 2008 @ 11:10 pm

  2. I like your blog, but I have a har time reading the bare white on black format.

    Comment by Dave — November 13, 2008 @ 12:34 am

  3. I have a feeling that whichever media covers her more and more will start losing its rating Or it would prove that how much these news channels have any useful to telecast. Palin has lost her credibility so much that I don’t know when will she learn how to ‘not lie’. She always acts dishonest. She says Obama still has association with domestic terrorists but she will be honored to serve Obama. Doesn’t that make her association with terrorists. I think she is putting her career above everything – her party, McCain, family.. I would not be surprised if she loses everything. If McCain could be just honest about her, things would be so much easier for the GOP. She should get kicked out completely. How can her family respect her? Does she really really think that she is capable of the job. I mean there got to be many many people who are smarter than her. Why don’t people tell her.

    Comment by Amit Aggarwal — November 13, 2008 @ 4:05 am

  4. Palin will become POTUS in 2012 because she is GOD’s CHOSEN ONE! GOD HERSELF will see to it that it happens because it is HER WORD and WILL! Palin is GOD INCARNATE and the LIVING EMBODIMENT OF GOD HERSELF!

    Comment by Palin Power — November 13, 2008 @ 9:31 am

  5. It would be an act of extreme folly on the part of Sarah Palin to harbor any thoughts of contesting for her party’s nomination for the 2012 presidential election. She must bide her time until 2016 when she would be still only 51 years but considerably more seasoned. George Bush has tarnished in every way possible the Republican Party’s standing with the public to such an extent that Barack Obama will have to try really hard to make himself unelectable for the second term in 2012. Even if he keeps playing golf with his buddies every day of the week or spends all his waking hours, in emulation of his presidential role model, Bill Clinton, in more pleasurable amorous pursuits in the Oval Office, the economic situation in the country will ceratinly improve from its present abysmal level even without any efforts on his part. His re-election for second term, therefore, is 100 per cent certain and Sarah Palin can bet her bottom dollar on it. She will do well not to throw away another and, probably, her last chance but try, instead, for a U S Senate seat and spend the next six years in hobnobbing with the Washington DC beltway crowd and learn something more about the other 49 states in the union. She must concentrate on honing up her admittedly meagre knowledge of various issues, both domestic and international and erase from the electorate’s mind, to the extent possible, the impression of being a superficial, dim-witted, un-informed ignoramus that she had created during her short stint as the vice-presidential candidate.

    Comment by Raj — November 13, 2008 @ 11:11 am


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