Palin supports Obama's position, McCain forced to correct her

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    No free thinking in the Republican Party, that is forbidden.
     
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    The word is "verboten."
     
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    "Forbidden" works just as well in this situation.
     
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    Obama has taken the Republican side for unilateral strikes inside Pakistan against terrorists, so obviously Palin would agree. McCain has compromised too much in his career, so it's no wonder he doesn't know where he stands on this very important issue.
     
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    Neither party hold a monoply on any idea. Democrats are independent thinkers, Republicans, as this situation shows, must compromise any individuality are read from the same script.
     
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    Unilateral strikes against terrorists is a Republican idea.
     
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    And Biden said he was against clean coal, thought the attack ad that Obama approved was "terrible" and told Katie "President FDR went on Television" in 1929 when he wasn't president and there was no television among many others gaffes.

    So what? Do you think Obama should start keeping Biden away from the press?



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    So only republicans are allowed to think that?
     
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    I don't understand your question. Unilateral strikes against terrorists has always been a Republican idea. Why would anyone think that some Democrats wouldn't think that as well? Obviously, Obama thinks that and he's a Democrat.
     

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