Palin - Yes or No

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Palin solo event - would you attend?

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    If there was a Palin Event - without McCain being present, would you attend?


    Just heard this asked on television and thought it was an interesting question.
     
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    I maybe would, but we wouldn't hear anything new probably.

    Though I'd like to see how she would handle without being around Mumbles on the campaign trail.

    How long has it been now that she has been announced as VP and still no solo appearances or interviews?

    If Barack Obama dare did such a thing in this amount of time, right wing media would be all of it saying he's scared.

    Instead, Barack Obama went on Bill O'Reilly to show he has the guts that Sarah Palin and even John McCain don't.
     
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    I voted no. But I am still looking forward to the Veep debates. I think they will be good. Why? Because they both like to "talk a lot". :lol:
     
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    I'm already prepared for the calls of Sexist that are going to be smeared towards Joe Biden for taking the kids gloves off against her.
     
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    My husband said the same thing.

    If he is too easy on her - they will say he is a wimp.

    Could be interesting .... very interesting. :eusa_eh:
     
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    Biden's not even playing this game anymore. It's McCain/Palin vs. Obama. Biden could give a speech to a million people, and it seems the world wouldn't care. All eyes are on Palin right now, and she's only a VP candidate.

    McPalin rattles Team Obama - Los Angeles Times
     
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    And that, my friend is the point.
     
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    No, I wouldn't be interested. I've read enough articles about her that gives me a good idea what she is all about. Talk is cheap, and a speech is the last thing that would convince me that I should vote for anyone. I'm really not impressed enough by her to attend any event she might be at.

    It would take more than pretty face and woman who knows how to shoot a rifle to impress me.
     
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    Yet that's all Obama is, speeches. He's preached reform, but never once implemented it. He's preached bipartisanship, but never once achieved it. Palin's done those things; Obama only wishes he had her record of accomplishment.
     
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    Maybe that's how you see it but I didn't choose to support Obama because of a speech he made. I made my decision only after seeing that the Democrats have a better balanced ticket.
     

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