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    Palin's Running Again

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    Sarah Palin is a lightweight. A less-than-one-term governor of a state populated mostly by caribou and oil wells. Seriously, the mayor of Indianapolis is in charge of governing a larger population of people. I think (hope) that Trump is too smart to choose her for VP. He needs someone with a depth of political experience to contrast with his lack of political experience. Not Snowmobile Barbie.
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    Yes please!

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    We sure do not need a cocky soccer mom as vice president.

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    I totally see Trump selecting Palin as his VP

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    This thread needs more posts like this.
    -spreading the word to end the r-word is retarded
    -activism is retarded because, what if you’re full of ****?

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    Revisiting Palin reminds me of the issue of 'acting presidential'. In her case, I see a trend of her folksy ways being transferred to presumed ineptitude, and find myself considering the following:

    1. What is the value of 'acting presidential'. We had that shoved down our throats in 2008, that Obama looked and acted the part where Palin didn't (underscoring McStupid's irrelevance in his own run for president). We ended up with a 'presidential-acting' enemy of the republic doing everything possible to destroy the republic.

    2. It is easy to overlook that while Alaska's population may be small overall, oil companies are one of the most difficult special interests to reign in (which she succeeded at doing to a great extent in a short time), compounded with governing a state which has more federal control and intervention than anywhere else in the United States other than the District of Columbia and Johnston Atoll.

    3. It seems largely forgotten that she took office as governor in the midst of a culture of corruption and did much to clean it up in a short period of time.

    4. I can sympathize with her decision to resign, given that in typical 'liberal' fashion, she couldn't order lunch without a lawsuit challenging it as a matter of pure vindictiveness after she dared challenge the Anointed One. Not only was it a great expense, but also very trying at a personal level. By contrast, her replacement was of the same political bend and continued the same policies unmolested. I have to respect someone who will step aside for the purpose of the job getting done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyDave1776 View Post
    Revisiting Palin reminds me of the issue of 'acting presidential'. In her case, I see a trend of her folksy ways being transferred to presumed ineptitude, and find myself considering the following:

    1. What is the value of 'acting presidential'. We had that shoved down our throats in 2008, that Obama looked and acted the part where Palin didn't (underscoring McStupid's irrelevance in his own run for president). We ended up with a 'presidential-acting' enemy of the republic doing everything possible to destroy the republic.

    2. It is easy to overlook that while Alaska's population may be small overall, oil companies are one of the most difficult special interests to reign in (which she succeeded at doing to a great extent in a short time), compounded with governing a state which has more federal control and intervention than anywhere else in the United States other than the District of Columbia and Johnston Atoll.

    3. It seems largely forgotten that she took office as governor in the midst of a culture of corruption and did much to clean it up in a short period of time.

    4. I can sympathize with her decision to resign, given that in typical 'liberal' fashion, she couldn't order lunch without a lawsuit challenging it as a matter of pure vindictiveness after she dared challenge the Anointed One. Not only was it a great expense, but also very trying at a personal level. By contrast, her replacement was of the same political bend and continued the same policies unmolested. I have to respect someone who will step aside for the purpose of the job getting done.
    To me being "presidential" means carrying one's self with confidence, dignity, maturity, eloquence, honor. Obama is not that. I have never seen Obama as that. Sarah Palin is certainly not that. Neither is Trump. Neither is Hillary. Probably Bernie is kinda that, but then he's also a ****ing socialist. People can say what they want about Reagan, but he was one of the last great "presidential" presidents. I look at "presidential" as just another attribute in a long list of attributes a president should have. It's not the top one. Certainly if that's the only attribute a candidate is missing, other more important attributes would outweigh that one.

    As for Sarah Palin, I just don't take her seriously. It's not that I think she's stupid. I think of her much like Trump, that she understands the culture of the base enough to know exactly what to say to make them support her. I think she is a scammer, just like I think Trump is a scammer. I don't trust her. I don't trust Trump. I'm only voting for Trump because I DO trust Hillary, that she will do exactly what she has promised. If Trump picked Palin as a running mate, well, there is a limit to my pragmatism. At that point all hope of a sane America is lost and I'd just write in a candidate.
    -spreading the word to end the r-word is retarded
    -activism is retarded because, what if you’re full of ****?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Route 45 View Post
    Sarah Palin is a lightweight. A less-than-one-term governor of a state populated mostly by caribou and oil wells. Seriously, the mayor of Indianapolis is in charge of governing a larger population of people. I think (hope) that Trump is too smart to choose her for VP. He needs someone with a depth of political experience to contrast with his lack of political experience. Not Snowmobile Barbie.
    So Trump needs an establishment, political insider then.

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