Jim Morin for February 13, 2010

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    kennethcwarren64  almost 13 years ago

    It’s not telepromters, or all that snow, or Obama’s giving money to banks, it’s all nonsense to keep us from talking about the important things.

    The GOP wants back into power, but instead of telling us how they are going to fix the problems that created they just want to get people angry about things, because angry people do stupid thing, like vote for the very people who made the very mess they are angry about.

    We should just keep asking: Why vote for the GOP, what are their plans, how will they do anything differently then they have done for 20 of the past 28 years?

    Don’t expect answers, just attacks.

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    petergrt  almost 13 years ago

    “I am a firm believer in the people. If given the truth, they can be depended upon to meet any national crisis. The great point is to bring them the real facts.”

    Abraham Lincoln
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    HUMPHRIES  almost 13 years ago

    peaty with your girl Palin, well if her track record is anything to go by it just ain’t gonna happen.

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    cdward  almost 13 years ago

    Well, she is a spot on the face of the earth - or maybe just a blemish on this country.

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    Charles Brobst Premium Member almost 13 years ago

    She is an idiot.

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    lonecat  almost 13 years ago

    Morin’s drawings are usually very good, but this, I feel, is not up to standard. If she’s going to stay in the public eye, he needs to work on getting a good caricature of her.

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    Nighthawks Premium Member almost 13 years ago

    a blemish on the country?—- that is kinda tame ….more like a pulsating, oozing, cancerous festering open sore on the country

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    raycity  almost 13 years ago

    We are trillions in the hole and Palins hand messages are up front in peoples mind.

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    sandrino  almost 13 years ago

    Palin is dumber than a sack of hammers. God save us from her having any sort of national political office.

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    donbeco  almost 13 years ago

    I only wish I could take credit for this tag…

    “Bush with Boobs”

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    nanellen  almost 13 years ago

    No matter what side one is on….Palin is able to speak with only a few prompts while Obama has to read the entire message.

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    petergrt  almost 13 years ago

    Hey, you lefty intellectuals, have another demijohn of vitriol, on me, its good for you.

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    davesmithsit  almost 13 years ago

    Vitriol and hate , Hmm she must be pretty good.

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    PaddyJaye  almost 13 years ago

    Palin is the perfect Greedy Old People candidate. She is an airhead who hasn’t said anything substantial since arriving on the public scene. Original thought is out of her realm so she would be easily controlled by the Oligarchy of greed that runs our gov’t whenever the Republicans are in power.

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    Dtroutma  almost 13 years ago

    Yoouuu BETCH’A!

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    Magnaut  almost 13 years ago

    yah Sarah HE IS

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    petergrt  almost 13 years ago

    You have got to love that intellectual vitriol - keep it coming, please.

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    mmaycroft  almost 13 years ago

    This gal is a real comfort to the Republican party, but a danger, non the less. She is good at getting the ignorant few stirred up, but they know that they don’t want her to run in 2012. Ignorance is bliss, and she is happy as can be.

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    4uk4ata  almost 13 years ago

    Oh, I would not call her ignorant. She has proven quite the savvy politician - just look at the status she has gained among conservatives in a year and a half, and how she has used it.

    I wouldn’t trust her with a sack of bricks, but I would not dismiss her lightly.

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    kennethcwarren64  almost 13 years ago

    Ms. Palin is an example of what the GOP does that we need to call them on.

    No matter what year, or who is running, the GOP directs their messages and ads at people to get them angry. They want people angry, and they want to keep people stired up. They used the Tea Baggers (who are against more taxes) to destroy any discussion about Health Care, they encouraged the Birthers to run around screaming that Obama wasn’t an American, which distracted us from the important issues. And they encouraged the Far Right to scream about Socialism, and that Obama was going to use health care to kill grandma.

    At no time in this past year did any GOP leader stand up and say, “This nonsense, you people are crazy!”, instead they encouraged these people.

    Remember it took a crazy lady saying that Obama was a muslin at one of his rallys before Mccain publicly stated that Obama wasn’t a muslin – something many in the GOP said was a mistake on his part. The GOP was quite happy to make sure that at every rally Palin, and their other candiates, keep mentioning Obama’s full name so that people would know that he was “different”.

    As they have in the past year, and will do this fall, the GOP stirs up fears and anger rather then offering ideas, and solutions.

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    petergrt  almost 13 years ago

    Leftist intellectual congeniality defined:

    “a blemish on this country; an idiot; a pulsating, oozing, cancerous festering open sore on the country; dumber than a sack of hammers; Bush with Boobs; perfect Greedy Old People candidate; an airhead; Ignorance is bliss, and she is happy as can be.”

    It is easy to like Palin, because her detractors are so grotesquely vitriolic.

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