Why the Dems Hate Palin so much

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    in a word fear.

    She scares the hell out of them.

    Why, because the Dems are suppose to have a lock on the Female vote. Females are suppose to be card carrying Liberal Democrates. The thought of the highest, most powerful women in America being a conservative Republican is simply unacceptable to the Democrats and Liberals. It threatens the very core of the Democrats power base.

    That is why they are so viciously going after Palin. That is why they hate her so much. The are scared to death of her, and rightly so. Odds are she will be the next Vice president of the US, and that will do severe damage to the Democrats for years to come.

    The problem for the Dems is, these attacks, and smears are not hurting Palin and McCain. They are hurting Obama. They best rethink their strategy or they will help McCain Palin walk into the white house.
     
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    Concern trolling.

    Whenever I hear a two time Bush voter offer advice to libs to "stop being mean to Saaaaaaaraaaaah!" its advice that I think libs are unlikely to take.
     
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    I hope you are right. Every time they launch another baseless attack on Palin. McCain gains votes.

    Keep them coming :)
     
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    Please keep running with all that they have....................PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    I think we'll keep pointing out what a rightwing nutjob your Old Man nominated.

    When republicans offer "advice" on what Democrats should do, it doesn't pass the laugh test. We know you're lying dude. Your "advice" is meant to benefit your failed republican party. I spent the last four years getting lectured by Cons to "stop being mean to Bush", or there would be a backlash against democrats....Mr 28% approval rating. LOL





    Democrats eat into McCain's lead as Palin's halo starts to slip

    There were growing signs yesterday that the "Sarah Palin effect" is starting to wear off and that the Republican candidate, John McCain, has peaked.

    Democrats took heart from four national opinion polls which show that despite the bounce caused by interest in Mrs Palin, Mr McCain now leads by an average of just 1.6 points, his smallest margin since the Republican convention.

    The latest polls come amid a flurry of critical news reports into Mrs Palin which cast doubt on some of her claims to be a squeaky clean reformist. Senator McCain's claims that his running mate had not sought special interest funding from Congress have been shown to be wrong.

    It emerged yesterday that she had asked the US to fund $453m worth of projects in oil-rich Alaska for the past two years. Among the requests was $4.5m for an airport serving fewer than 100 people on a Bering Sea island and $9m to help Alaska's already hugely profitable oil companies.

    Democrats mocked the Alaska governor as "an earmark queen". The disclosures come on top of evidence that her administration also held on to more than $500m in federal funds for a much-derided "bridge to nowhere" which she maintains she vetoed. For two weeks the McCain campaign has wallowed in the media's obsession with Governor Palin. A huge bounce in the opinion polls followed, with women especially declaring that they were changing their allegiance because they admired her so much.



    Democrats eat into McCain's lead as Palin's halo starts to slip - White House, News - The Independent
     
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    Yada Yada Yada.

    You can smell the fear and Panic coming off the Dems.
     
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    They fear her all right, but not due to the reasons you say. It's due to the fact having yet another person with (almost) the keys to the WH who has the intellectual capacity of a goldfish scares the bejesus out of them. As it should...
     
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    If you watch how personal and irrational the lefts attacks on Palin are it is a fairly decent barometer of their level of fear and paranoia...or 'Saranoia' as I heard it called recently.

    The Dems totally expected to have a lock on the female vote (what sort of arrogance and bigotry is THAT!?) same as the black vote. Wait till Condo Rice or Colin powel runs on the Rep or even Independent ticket. Remember how they trashed Clarence Thomas? Or called Colin Powell and Condi Rice 'house ni##ers' time after time? But thats a discussion for another time.

    For years Dems have suffered from BDS (Bush Derangement Syndrome) but now PDS (Palin Derangement Syndrome) is starting to spread. This is going to be one interesting election my friends. :D
     
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    I said it before and I'll say it again.

    I don't hate Sarah Palin.

    I just hate her bat-shit insane stances on the issues.
     
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    Well, of course they did (think the ladies were a lock). They told the ladies they had to get in line behind Obama because the DNC said so. Who could not follow that logic...

    What the demos are mad at is the women telling them to go screw themselves.
     

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