Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Ravi, Jul 7, 2009.
Palin says she is not a quitter
I look forward to her campaign for president.
Sounds similar to the shit that a President has to face.
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She has her issues just like anyone else. I say just leave her alone to prioritize whatever they are. I saw Todd holding their Downs child during Andrea Mitchell's interview, and it broke my heart. Palin isn't ready for prime time politically, so I wish the media would just give her a break.
Too bad for her. I think she shot herself in the foot if she has desires to run for President. This wasn't a good political move in my humble opinion. On one hand, if what she is saying is her true beliefs, I can understand that. On the other hand though, I want my President to be able to stand up to this kind of stuff. Unless there is something hiding in the weeds that hasn't come to the surface yet concerning Sarah Palin, I think for the most part her political career is ending. I would have voted for her if she ran for President. I voted for her when she ran for Vice-President. Now, I couldn't vote for her. I don't like quitters. I think she had a pretty promising political future. She's bright and she has some good ideas - in spite of what the press and others have to say about her. She committed political suicide though. It's over for her I believe. I think all the jokes on late night tv and SNL are just going to get worse now.
She knew what she was doing when she accepted the VP offer from McCain. She chose the VP spot over her family and state, simple as that.
She quit, but she is 'not a quitter'. Well alrighty then.
I saw a little of her interview this morning.
That analogy to the basketball team was so funny the other day and I noticed she was attempting to use her teacher voice again today.
I loved the Bush analogies as well.
I agree she's not ready for prime time. I also agree with Joe Scarborough and Pat Buchanan that she should have stepped out of the spotlight, stayed gov and come back in 2012. But she didn't want to do that.
But why would they "give her a break" when she keeps demanding that they pay attention to her?
No offense, Maggie...but if they don't want the media attention why was Todd interviewing on television? And using Trig as a prop?
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