Palin-Obama Gap Melts to One Point

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    Shocker polls: That Sarah Palin-Barack Obama gap melts to <em>1</em> point | Top of the Ticket | Los Angeles Times
     
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    Palin has a job approval rating? What job? She quit the one she was elected to.
     
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    Palin will always be number 1 in my heart. I have a soft spot for women who know how to field dress a moose.
     
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    Sweet! This data (however inaccurate) will only help to push the GOP to put her on the ticket in 2012!!!!!!!
     
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    It gets better, it looks as though she is on a quest to start a third party.
    This could be interesting.
    It was just a matter of time, PDS and ODS will not be classified as pre-existing conditions. :lol:
     
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    Ignoring the foolish Palin bashing ................

    I find it curious that so many scuff at the possibility of a viable third party. Sure in the past non have been able to break into the mainstream, but, this is not the past. People are really getting fed up with both parties and non political based polls show that most people still fall right of center on the major issues.

    So the emergence of a viable third party could be on the horizon. Now, taking the White House in 2012? That could be a reach, but, making a stake for themselves in Washington, is possible.

    Mike
     
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    Ohh I welcome 3rd parties.
    But Palin as a Thrid party candidate? Come on now, get real.
    That would just be a subsidiary of one of the other parties.
     
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    I too welcome a third fourth or fifth party. I won't join-don't believe in parties. If palin is the best one running, I will vote for her. If beck is the best one running, I will vote for him. I do not vote for incumbents-ever! (my own term limits)
    I would love to see a third party knock some sense into our political system and believe that the time is coming.
    That doesn't stop me from being amused at the reaction to palin. Oh, and another thing, palin looks like my wife, my wife gets told all the time she and her look alike.
    palin derangment syndrome (pds)and obama derangment syndrome (obs)are both real, and i find both very amusing.
     
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    Now we know why the 25% of the people in this country who admit to being liberal are afraid of her..... She is anti everything they believe in... She believes in people being responsible for themselves and not blaming other people for their problems, she believes in using every form of energy we have, lower taxes, not punishing businesses for making a profit, she has common sense, she doesn't believe we pollute the earth every time we breath, she doesn't believe that people should be able to kill unborn children, she believes the USA is a great country (not a piece of sh!t that we have to apologize for)... how refreshing....

    AND THIS IS A CNN POLL!!!!! Can you imagine if it were a non-bias poll??????

    Now we know why they are afraid.......
     
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    Is anybody noticing that the people who are truly smart enough to be the president are smart enough not to run for office?
     

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