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On record at the zone - Republicans win and its because of Palin

Discussion in 'Political Zone' started by REDVOLUTION, Sep 18, 2008.

  1. REDVOLUTION

    REDVOLUTION Return to Dominance

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    I never believed a politician and what they said.

    Palin changes that.

    I view her more as an Independent on the Republican coat tails.



    Palin = Reform.

    Its over. Obama blew it.
  2. MetalHead

    MetalHead Benched

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    I'm down with that.
  3. Maikeru-sama

    Maikeru-sama Mick Green 58

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  4. MetalHead

    MetalHead Benched

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    Nice ad by your candidate of change taking Limbaugh out of context.
    Does he think we hispanics are that unaware?
  5. REDVOLUTION

    REDVOLUTION Return to Dominance

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    Its to the point where Repubs with Facts are crushing Dems with rehashed/disproved non facts. Its embarassing for some Dems right now.
  6. jimnabby

    jimnabby Well-Known Member

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    Interesting prediction, given that Palin's favorability ratings have dropped over 10 points in multiple polls in the last week, to the point where she has the worst favorability split of the 4 candidates. We'll have to wait and see, I suppose.
  7. Maikeru-sama

    Maikeru-sama Mick Green 58

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    Let's be honest the OP was never going to vote for Obama. Saying that Obama blew it is just an excuse .

    And for the ignorant and new arrivals, I am undecided right now. Leaning slightly towards McCain but could vote for Obama as well.

    I have said positive and negative things about both candidates..period!
  8. MetalHead

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    Ah,the angry left...
  9. REDVOLUTION

    REDVOLUTION Return to Dominance

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    Let me get this right? You are being honest for me??

    Ok. I will play.

    I have said it more than once. I bought what Obama was selling albeit for a short period of time. Certain things came to light that I wont ignore or just forget because time is passing up by. You can choose to do that but I wont.

    Obama was in. He beat out Hillary and McCain was weak. McCain has no business in being in anything other than a landslide loss. THAT has changed.

    Obama is to blame for the closeness and mostly likely eventual loss. He didnt think the strategy through.

    He didnt pick Hillary and EVERYONE knows he will pay for that. I hear Dems say it all day long.



    If YOU(like many other people in this country) want to make it about Party vs Party that is your prerogative. I will go with the person, whether they be black, white, female or male. I dont care.


    This woman is the real deal. Sucks for Dems.
  10. MetalHead

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    Another crushing post by Yo Mick.
    You are right.
    Its not about political parties.
    I'm a conservative,but not a Republican.
    Like Reagan,I did not leave the party,they left me.
    Same with the Dems.Their Party has been hijacked by extreme leftists(Dean,Pelosi,Reed,Obama).Not exactly your parents' democratic party.
    I don't vote party,I vote candidate.
    I'm not that crazy about McCain,but I can see that he has crossed party lines and has reached compromises.
    Can you say the same about Obama and his 143 days in Senate?
    Be honest,that is all America asks.
  11. bbgun

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    I still think this is a very good election for the Republicans to lose. If McCain wins, you're almost certainly guaranteeing Hillary or a savvier Obama in 2012.
  12. trickblue

    trickblue Old Testament... Zone Supporter

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    I think Hillary for sure...

    Obama will have to wait a couple of cycles I think...

    Democrats should like McCain... he's MUCH closer to Clinton than he is Reagan...
  13. bbgun

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    I doubt it. I mean, he won the nomination. No reason not to run again in 2012. And with another four years in the Senate, it won't be easy to dismiss him as "inexperienced."
  14. trickblue

    trickblue Old Testament... Zone Supporter

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    He would be a known quantity at that point... and that may not be good for him...
  15. masomenos

    masomenos Less is more

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    I'll bite.

    She's the real deal based on what? Honest question. Also, why vote based on VP? Do you still not feel McCain is a strong enough candidate in his own right?
  16. dbair1967

    dbair1967 Arch Defender

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    I'll take that bet.

    At some point the incredibly stupid people in the democratic party will have alienated enough of the moderate dems that they will be banished. The democratic party split is coming, and its coming sooner rather than later.
  17. dbair1967

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    McCain >>> Obama in every way possible IMO, and I am not a huge McCain supporter. Niether is my ideal candidate, but on the issues that matter most to me like national defense, war on terror, taxes, conservative judge appointments, he wins over Obama hands down. He also has a proven record of working across party lines, and Obama does not, nor has he ever tried.

    Palin does make a difference. She is a true conservative and is 100% genuine. She has a record of reforming things and making a huge difference in her state. She has worked across party lines. She has a tremendous approval rating there. I could easily see her being the first female POTUS somewhere down the road. She has withstood some of the nastiest personal attacks by the left and their biased media and has been unflappable.
  18. Angus

    Angus Active Member

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    If that happens, maybe I'll become a Democrat again.

    :)
  19. dbair1967

    dbair1967 Arch Defender

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    It's not a question of if, its when.

    It's going to happen.
  20. EveryoneElse

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    No way he wins the nomination agian.....the dems won't make this gaf twice. If Hillary wins the nomination this year, the dems cruise against McCain/Romney.

    Obama has too many character flaws, and if the media does their job early in the primaries, he never sniffs the nomination this year.

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