Democrats say Palin mimics Bush divisiveness

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    This looks like full panic mode to me.

     
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    it has been full panic mode since day one she was in the show. hence the smear concerning her daughter.

    they are hoping she cries, snaps, or steps down. it is the only hope they have.
     
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    um, LOL this is too funny
    with what those assholes have put her through for the past 5 days, they have the NERVE to call HER devisive?

    :puke:
     
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    She can't play the experience card. She's had none. And if all her speech consisted of was attacking Obama, then she has bugger all ammunition
     
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    She has more experience in making decisions than the entire Democratic ticket and her own running mate.
     
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    she ahs more executive experience than Obama
    you come off as a moron to say what you did
    shes been the executive of a town, and the Governor of the state
    Obama has done NEITHER
     
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    McCain has the executive experience from the military
     
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    btw
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ap2Cg_FDRy4[/ame]


    and the media called Dan Quayle a moron
    if this guy was a republican they would excoriate him
     
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    Barack Obama makes decisions in committees, and has the option to not show up if he doesn't care about an issue or doesn't want to vote for/against it. You don't get that luxury as President, just as you don't get that luxury as governor.

    Palin's proven she's willing to make executive decisions, all Obama's done is avoid the issues he's uncomfortable with. He's proven it with his voting record in the state and US senates, and he's proven it in his rhetoric and pandering and dodging questions at the Saddleback Forum.

    Defenders of Obama can say that his voting "present" was a political device, but all that will show is that Obama is business as usual and an insider politician who plays with the system at his convenience. I really hope he tries to defend himself using those tactics in a debate, and I hope McCain shoves those words back down his vile little throat.
     
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    The executive experience talking point in this election is weak ... it's a way to try to frame Sarah Palin as somehow uniquely more qualified than Obama ...
     

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