"Pinko" Palin and Her Socialist State

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    "Pinko" Palin and Her Socialist State | BuzzFlash.org

    :badgrin: Very interesting article.

    So my Republican pals, is it okay for Sawwah wanting to share the wealth? :eusa_whistle:

    Oh and the article is full of so much more fun facts and quotes.

    I feel the amount of buyer's remorse on Sawwah would go up for Republicans if they saw this.
     
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    yeah, i hate it when govt officials uphold the constitution they've sworn to uphold.

    what could be worse than following the law?
     
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    and here's bobby lying once again
     
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    Do you understand the difference between sharing the wealth and "spreading the wealth"?
     
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    Sharing wealth from a natural resource that belongs on state lands isn't socialist. While spreading wealth and waging a class war on different economic levels is socialistic.
     

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