Sara Palin Quits As Governor Of Alaska

Yo-

-eh :clap: :clap:

You’ll see her in 2012. :wink:

[QUOTE=UTR;2302403]You’ll see her in 2012. ;)[/QUOTE]

Serving coffee at my local Denny’s? :smiley:

You wish. :slight_smile:

CNN says no she won’t run for pres. Mike Huckabee is said to be running though.

My guess is she’ll be signed by Faux News within hours of stepping down…
Another reason not to watch it…

I wouldn’t be surprised if she doesn’t leave the Republican Party and run as an independent in the future. The Republican Party hasn’t done her any favors either. It is obvious that both parties feel threatened by her and want to neutralize her even if it means attacking her children.

[QUOTE=UTR;2302419]I wouldn’t be surprised if she doesn’t leave the Republican Party and run as an independent in the future. The Republican Party hasn’t done her any favors either. It is obvious that both parties feel threatened by her and want to neutralize her [B]even if it means attacking her children.[/B][/QUOTE]
It certainly is a sad state state of affairs, especially when it’s so easy to simply attack her… the perfect target. Is scornworthy a real word?

[QUOTE=UTR;2302403]You’ll see her in 2012. ;)[/QUOTE]

Making porno movies?

[QUOTE=UTR;2302403]You’ll see her in 2012. ;)[/QUOTE]

Maybe you should take a good look at how the GOP is doing the “Foot in mouth Disease” So before you think she ever going 2012 maybe you should take a good look at the so called ahem “Family Values”…

She’s going for a U.S. Senate seat. That’s the current speculation.

[QUOTE=MysticEyes;2302528]It certainly is a sad state state of affairs, especially when it’s so easy to simply attack her… the perfect target. Is scornworthy a real word?[/QUOTE]

Why is she a perfect target for attacking?

[QUOTE=camellote;2302530]Making porno movies?[/QUOTE]

Did you graduate from the David Letterman school of humor?

[QUOTE=coolcolors;2302540]Maybe you should take a good look at how the GOP is doing the “Foot in mouth Disease” So before you think she ever going 2012 maybe you should take a good look at the so called ahem “Family Values”…[/QUOTE]

Did you look at the corruption that is running rampant in the Democrat Party? I’ll take an affair over bribery, selling Senate seats, stuffing $90,000 in a freezer, not paying taxes, etc. any day. If Obama keeps on his socialist, massive deficit spending and tax increase agendas, nearly any Republican will beat him in 2012. I look for Palin to take on Obama and his liberal/socialist policies and bring the Republicans back to where they belong… a conservative party. She will be a thorn in his side for the next 3.5 years. Obama won with 53% of the vote in 2008. Hardly a landslide. I probably know enough people personally that regret voting for him to knock that number to below 50% today. I see the 2010 election looking more and more like 1994 and the 2012 election like 1980 as each day passes. The radical, far left liberals controlling the Democrat Party are overreaching and will likely get spanked for it at the first opportunity by the voters.

I look for Palin to take on Obama and his liberal/socialist policies and bring the Republicans back to where they belong… a conservative party.

That’s the best the Republican party has to offer? Palin? That’s your hope for the future? How sad.

[QUOTE=UTR;2302740]Did you look at the corruption that is running rampant in the Democrat Party? I’ll take an affair over bribery, selling Senate seats, stuffing $90,000 in a freezer, not paying taxes, etc. any day. If Obama keeps on his socialist, massive deficit spending and tax increase agendas, nearly any Republican will beat him in 2012. I look for Palin to take on Obama and his liberal/socialist policies and bring the Republicans back to where they belong… a conservative party. She will be a thorn in his side for the next 3.5 years. Obama won with 53% of the vote in 2008. Hardly a landslide. I probably know enough people personally that regret voting for him to knock that number to below 50% today. I see the 2010 election looking more and more like 1994 and the 2012 election like 1980 as each day passes. The radical, far left liberals controlling the Democrat Party are overreaching and will likely get spanked for it at the first opportunity by the voters.[/QUOTE]

Did you graduate from McCarthy school of humor?

Just speculation but she either:

  1. Knows of a scandal coming up.
  2. Is preparing to run in 2012
  3. If she’s smart, going to run for the Senate to get some more experience.
  4. Is sick of the mudslinging BS political system and media in this country and just wants to kick back and hunt moose.

[QUOTE=UTR;2302740]Did you look at the corruption that is running rampant in the Democrat Party? I’ll take an affair over bribery, selling Senate seats, stuffing $90,000 in a freezer, not paying taxes, etc. any day. If Obama keeps on his socialist, massive deficit spending and tax increase agendas, nearly any Republican will beat him in 2012. I look for Palin to take on Obama and his liberal/socialist policies and bring the Republicans back to where they belong… a conservative party. She will be a thorn in his side for the next 3.5 years. Obama won with 53% of the vote in 2008. Hardly a landslide. I probably know enough people personally that regret voting for him to knock that number to below 50% today. I see the 2010 election looking more and more like 1994 and the 2012 election like 1980 as each day passes. The radical, far left liberals controlling the Democrat Party are overreaching and will likely get spanked for it at the first opportunity by the voters.[/QUOTE]

I’m a moderate Republican for more than 30 yrs. now, but I think you’re delusional Dude. The Republican Party has turned so far right that they have completely alienated the moderates in their own party to the point that they are jumping ship or have been so marginalized that the right doesn’t pay attention to them. When that blowhard [I][B]entertainer[/B][/I] Rush is being touted by Cheney and others as a leader of the Party, then the Party is in deep trouble. Insult Colin Powell and, ignore your own (black) party leader and call Rush the leader of the Party. Well, he ain’t my leader.
Having said that, I also think the Democrats are doing the same on the Left when they make a nut job like Pelosi their spokesperson. There use to be moderates in both parties that moved both platforms closer to the center where there was some middle ground that they could agree on. Not anymore. It seems that both sides are putting their parties’ interests ahead of the country’s. I always try to split my ticket. It’s called checks and balances. It’s not good when one party has control of the Executive and both Legislative branches of the gov. (and soon to be Judicial?).

[QUOTE=camellote;2302826]Did you graduate from McCarthy school of humor?[/QUOTE]

If I were an Obama supporter I wouldn’t find any humor in his dismal performance, to date. Or maybe it is better to laugh than to cry about it.